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Could Network Marketing Be an Option for You?

Once upon a time…….

TypewriterI’m a business teacher by trade. Most of what I became certified to teach is obsolete. Does anyone still own a typewriter – just askin….

Back then, job security was not an oxymoron. People actually expected to have a career working at one place for forty years! Translation: one job, one career for a lifetime. Social Security was something to depend on for a secure retirement. That was then; this is now.

USA Today conducted a survey. The results shocked a lot of people. According to the survey, the biggest fear Americans have is running out of money in retirement!

It’s probably time to examine your options:

You can:
1. Work for someone else
2. Start a small business
3. Own a franchise
4. Win the lottery
5. Start a home-based business

As a teacher, I obviously chose Option #1. When I needed to make more money, I went out and chose Option #1 again. I wasn’t making enough money full-time, so I went out and started working part-time. Does any of this sound familiar?

If you are ready to get proactive about Option #5, you can explore the possibilities of network marketing. There are certainly other options for starting a home-based business; however, network marketing provides a turnkey operation with a very minimal cost to get involved. You don’t have to reinvent the wheel, AND you will have a support team to help you.

Network Marketing Workshop

There are many things to examine when you are choosing a company to wrap your arms around. All companies and teams are NOT created equal. Know what to look for.

I will be conducting a generic network marketing workshop in RI on September 7. The workshop is entitled, “Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Network Marketing, But Were Afraid To Ask.”

The details will follow in another post. In the meantime, you can go to the following site to start your due diligence. Go here to check out the facts about the industry. It’s real. It’s not easy. That’s why the only place success comes before work is in the dictionary.I would never infer that this industry is easy, but I have found it absolutely worth it! One of my favorite descriptions of network marketing is that it is a personal development plan with a compensation plan attached to it!

The Best Way to Predict Your Future is to CREATE It,

Janet