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Empty Promise vs. Stability

Published on 1/22/2019
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One of the age old questions in network marketing circles centers around whether it's better to join a new company or a well established company. The prevailing perception is the new company offers a ground floor opportunity which few have heard about, hence the chance to get in early before the masses and build a huge organization which will pay you residuals for many years to come. On the other hand, the established company has been around for many years, so more people have already heard about it and may be less inclined to join, thinking it will present more of a challenge to build a large group. There is no right or wrong choice. However, what I've witnessed in the past few years is a plethora of pre-launches and startup companies which have little to no staying power. Lots of excitement and hype in the early days, maybe some early commissions for a select few, then BAM! They either can't deliver on their promises or even shut their doors. So much for long term residual income! But that's always going to be the risk with anything new.

Another aspect to consider is whether the opportunity is with a real COMPANY or is it simply a PROGRAM? It amazes me to see people getting excited about something with little to no capital behind it and perhaps being operated from one room in someone's basement! Does something like this have a realistic chance of making it in the long run? Probably not! Yet I see thousands of people put their time and money into things which have little to no chance of even getting off the ground. One program I've been hit with by multiple people has been in pre-launch since the summer of 2018. Over 9,000 people have become founders for almost $100 a pop. That's about $1 million collected by the program's owner, and it still hasn't launched! This is not to say it won't work out, but I'm certainly not holding my breath. And how about all the cryptocurrency mlms? These have certainly not panned out. I admit to even being burned by one of them. Thankfully I didn't invest a lot, however lesson learned.

So my point is, tread carefully before investing time and money into a new venture. Even if it's with an established company, do your due diligence. Personally, I've gotten gun shy of startups, even though a couple have looked extremely enticing. But they are very risky, IMHO. I have gone back to promoting a well established brick and mortar health and wellness company which has paid me CONSISTENTLY for 20 years now! They actually have physical offices with manufacturing facility, and have paid me many $1,000s over the years. My goal in network marketing has always been long term residual income. A STABLE company has the best chance of providing that!   Here's a picture of their corporate offices in Utah

What's really neat is that this 20 year old company has the feel of a new company! So it's the best of both worlds, a 'startup' without the risk! With a unique, proprietary product protected by multiple patents, people can't get it anywhere except from me or the company! (oh, they can order on Amazon, but will pay 25% MORE!) But that's all I'm going to say about my company. My point was mainly about STABILITY equating to long term residual income :)



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