Network Marketing or Internet Marketing is changing my life as we speak and also the life of many other ordinary people.
You may be contemplating whether to join a Network Marketing company or not but don’t decide now!
Look through these benefits below and see if it is suitable for you.
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!
Thinking about joining Empower Network?
The Blogging network pushed by David Wood & David Shrape and making much noise in the industry…
But what is it, what is so special about this Blogging platform?
- Is it a turnkey MLM Lead generation system?
- Is it a full-blown online attraction marketing funnel?
- Is it a new MLM… or a super powerful affiliate program?
- Is “Empower Network” designed as a funded proposal or to replace your primary network marketing business?
Let’s take a closer look and discover a few secrets that may surprise… no, SHOCK YOU !
Taking an MLM business to the next level
with“internet network marketing” is as easy as riding a bike…
But you have to get it right!
There are a lot of twists and turns on the road to internet network marketing success and plenty of traps and other time-wasting hazards to avoid along the way.
To give you an idea, my first few years online produced a only a few leads and I sponsored just as little team members FROM our online efforts.
There is a huge need today for individuals to get access to an ever increasing supply of money to meet their needs. You’ve often heard that there is never enough money at the end of the month to just get by. Taxes, medical expenses and day-to-day living requirements all seem to be rising, but yet our incomes stay the same. Financial planning has and will continue to be a huge focus for individuals and families across the world. We all seek additional ways to make money and ways to decrease our expenses so that we can finally break free from the struggle. Many people try different ways to do this.
Often you’ll hear people say, “They’re poor because they’re lazy.” What people mean is that it takes hard work to get rich. The problem is that it is only partially true. It does take hard work to get rich, but it also takes financial intelligence.
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.
In light of the recent presidential elections in the US (agree or not agree with the outcome), I was inspired to write this article based on the principles of the “American Dream”!
What is the American Dream?
It is not a simple business plan which you can find in books and it’s not a software program which you install on your computer. No, it’s the national ethos of the United States, a set of ideals in which freedom includes the opportunity for prosperity and success. In plain and simple words; believe in yourself, have dreams and make the impossible possible!
A typical American Dream is the story of Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook. Started as a simple IT student he and some friends had the idea to create a social website… The rest is history!
The key of this article is then also: “Believe in yourself and anything is possible!”
The Four Foundations of Financial Literacy
A friend of mine’s son started kindergarten last year. The young boy excelled at math and art, but he struggled with reading. For him, reading was a chore. It was hard work with little payoff. My friend had to be diligent in making sure his son read each and every night. Because given the chance, his son would have been off playing instead.
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.