How to profit from leveraged income

13 Jun


Leveraged income is about people

One of the things I love about this business, outside of the positioning (it’s FAR from being saturated), the profitability factor and the personal development training is the freedom that it provides.

It’s like any other business in that you need to get the fire started; but it’s unlike most other businesses in that the way up is a lot faster because of the comp plan and training.

As soon as you get the ball rolling, you can literally sit back and relax. It doesn’t mean “set it and forget it”, it just means you can focus on other things too. Their motto is “Building a Business While Having A life”, and they mean it.

A lot of network marketers think that it’s gonna be easy because they look at the end result of the hard work and sacrifice of their up-line and see “leverage” as simply attaching themselves to what they did, expecting immediate results from the labor of others.

That’s not leverage that’s being a vampire . . . a leach.

You won’t get much “help” from anybody doing it that way and you’ll probably end up burning out after a few months of waiting.

Leveraging is about utilizing your own skill sets and abilities as currency building your own pipeline, while at the same time promoting and serving others who are already where you want to be; grabbing onto concepts along the way that mentors who are willing to work with such people are quick to share. It’s not just about money, successful people know that and can see you coming a mile away.

“The best time to look for a job next year is right now. The best time to plan for a sale in three years is right now. The mistake so many marketers make is that they conjoin the urgency of making another sale with the timing to earn the right to make that sale. In other words, you must build trust before you need it. Building trust right when you want to make a sale is just too late.”

Seth Godin

I’ve faced many challenges over the past two and a half months of being here. However I’ve been able to obliterate 90% of them by serving and hanging out with great leaders, a few of which I’ve never even met personally.

Using leverage is the fastest and simplest way to success; but it’s supposed to be mutually beneficial, trying it any other way will just leave you disillusioned, trust me. 

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