1.  Freedom
  2. People 
  3. Results

There are many reasons, but my top three reasons as to why I choose network marketing are as follows: Freedom, people and results. I will, in this blog post, discuss in detail each one of these reasons.

First, I choose freedom because my greatest asset is my family; I love them to pieces, and I want to be present in my kiddos’ lives.  Yes, the corporate world is great, and I love business, but for those that don’t want to be confined to a cubicle, or punch a time card until retirement, network marketing provides an opportunity for true freedom.  If people did not believe in the industry, 18.6 million people would not be involved with it.  

Let’s get one thing straight, it is a business, so treat it like one.  There is a common misconception that network marketing is a pyramid scheme.  However, by definition, a pyramid scheme is one in which people are promised lots of money with lack of products.  Therefore, why would we hinder a company that uses us ‘Average Joe’s’ to sell their products?  

The real reason is this, there is a lack of training and skill when it comes to network marketing.  We always want to blast our social media and hope people buy. THOSE DAYS ARE LONG GONE! You must create substantial value, but I digress.  Let’s get back to freedom.

If you want to wake up, build your own schedule, and work in a coffee shop, then yes, network marketing is for you.

Secondly, I choose network marketing because of [the] people. I am a people-person!  I love talking to people, but more importantly, I love creating value for people.  I’ve been in network marketing since I knew it existed. I love the idea of a company trusting me to promote their brand by posting, blogging and creating videos!  When people have the opportunity to build a substantial business using products they have grown to trust, I am all in.

Lastly, I trust network marketing because of the results. Who doesn’t want to write their own paycheck?  In network marketing, people are paid by their results.  Let’s say you work in sales, selling cars for instance, if you don’t sell cars, you don’t get paid, so the same is true with network marketing – you are a 1099 worker, meaning you are part-time and don’t get paid if you don’t work.  

On the other hand, if you want to get paid, you’ll work hard and follow the trainings to be successful.  Success = results. See how this works?

In conclusion, I desire time and debt freedom.  I don’t want to live paycheck to paycheck; I want to provide for my family first, and be able to help others second.  This world is not my own, so anything I am able to bring freedom to myself and others, I will most certainly do so. I hope you’ll understand, I am not trying to lure you into a network marketing opportunity if that’s not your thing, but I will say, please don’t bash the ‘me’s,’ the network marketers that treat it honestly, ethically and sincerely in building a substantial business I am able to call my own.  

In success,

Addison

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