The Extraordinary Facts About Network Marketing for Home Business Mums
Welcome for another post focusing on dispelling some of the myths about Network Marketing. Today, I would like to cover the issue about seriousness in doing the business. That is, can people succeed using only part time efforts?
A Lot of Time & Effort?
A lot of people believe that they have to be serious enough to devote a lot of time and effort in order to make network marketing work. The reality is this doesn’t has to be the case. If you want to work really hard and are able to commit to a lot of hours per week (say, over 30 hours), you can certainly do that. However, this business model can also benefit part-timers. Many network marketing companies have great compensation plan to reward part time network marketers too.
Part Timer Success Story
I’m going to give you a real-life example about a stay at home mum. When she first started, she worked part time when her children were at school. She shared the benefits of the products or the brilliant Network Marketing business as a way of earning extra income. Over time, she gradually had a team of people in her organization who were continuing to share the products or the business. Her focus was in helping her team members do Network Marketing well. So, instead of she herself doing all the recruiting, she teamed up with her key leaders to promote either the product or business.
Some people want to build a big organization. Some would like to have an extra five hundred or a thousand a month. By helping the leaders to realize their individual goal, her team grew.
Did she have to do a lot of work? A lot of time and energy and effort? Yes! But not necessarily full time. She was focused and effective working part time!
Now, she has developed many great leaders. Her role shifted much from direct enrolling to team building and mentoring. She has created a legacy and a fine example for others to follow.
Next Topic – Chasing Friends and relatives?
Next time, I’m going to talk about a much talked about challenge. This is about the having to chase friends and relatives into the business.
Until then, see you!