If you would take 1 cent today en you decide to double this capital every day… How long would it take till this capital would become somehow interesting?
In fact, doubling or duplicate is the essence of Network Marketing. Duplicate yourself is the main message!
If you are into Network Marketing or MLM business, often people have the urge to push to much! Trying to scream out how great their product is and how much you can earn with it. Even I still make that mistake sometimes…
If you want to “attract” more people to your business nowadays, you need to do more than just sell your product! You need to be interesting; people must have the feeling that you are worth following or taking advice from!
When I was a young boy, I had the advantage of two perspectives on money because I had two dads—a poor one and a rich one.
My poor dad was a government employee. As the superintendent of the Hawaii school district, he made a decent salary, had health benefits and enjoyed a pension. Though he had a good job, he didn’t understand money. So, he struggled financially all his life.
Why I work with Profit Clicking.
Here ‘s 1 damn good reason! It earns my now an extra 800$/month Part-Time! Just by watching 3 websites/day… How easy can it be!?
Here are some other strengths of PC:
· We Got Your Back! Profit Clicking offers daily web conferences to ensure that you never feel left in the dark. In addition, Profit Clicking offers 24-7 live member support.
Where Robert Kiyosaki grew up in Hawaii, there were two schools across the street from each other—Union School and Riverside School.
Union School was for the kids of poor families and was originally founded for those who worked on the plantations, thus its name. Riverside School was for the rich families and was originally founded for those families who owned the plantations.
Growing up, I attended Riverside School, not because we were rich but because our house happened to be just within the district boarders. Until I started school, I never knew my family was poor, but once I began classes, it was clear that there were two very different types of people, the rich and the poor…and that my family was poor.