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3 Critical Evaluation Questions Crucial to Your Success!

Published on 4/27/2012
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3 Critical Evaluation Questions Crucial to Your Success! Okay, you've made the decision to be self-employed. You're absolutely fed up with the 9-to-5 grind and being part of the 40 40, 40 club, which means working 40 hours a day for 40 years and retiring on 40% of what you couldn't get by with in the first place. It's important to note that what I'm writing about are the three critical steps that I took to build a successful wellness company. You must understand a little bit about myself and the reasons why I chose the company that I've been involved with for the past 12 years. First of all, I am not a gambler. I do a careful evaluation of the company's products and services to determine the need in the marketplace and the sustainability potential. As an example, I have never purchased a lottery ticket in my life. Sure, I will purchase raffle tickets to support charities. However, as far as the big government run taxation on the poor lotteries, I refuse to participate. The first critical question you must ask yourself is this. And this is an observation that I got from listening to Mark Yarnell. For those of you not familiar with Mr. Yarnell I would recommend a copy of his book "Your First Year in Network Marketing." Okay, now the question," would I sponsor my mother into this company?" If the answer is no, then walk away. Energetically. What happens that on a subconscious level, you will end up sabotaging your efforts. The second critical question would be,"Does the product or service stand on its own 2 feet in the marketplace without a business opportunity attached?" Obviously, if the answer is no then the reward of a passive long-term income does not exist. So all of the energy that is spent recruiting promoting will be lost. The company that I've been working with has, on average, seven customers for every distributor. So even if all of my distributors quit. I would still maintain an excellent passive income. And to me that is true financial freedom. The third critical question deals with the company."Does the company have and maintain credibility in the marketplace?" What does this mean? Look for and insist upon accreditation within the respected marketing associations. For example, if you are working with a network marketing company insist that they are members of the Direct Seller's Association.(DSA). This is important to me because it demonstrates the company's commitment to high standards with respect to the market, their customers and distributors. Over the past couple of weeks I have received several messages from Associates asking for some guidance. I know that once you've made the decision to be an entrepreneur that what you focus your time and attention to will determine your results. There are several great companies in this industry. Your job is to determine what fuels your passion, what inspires you and choose that product or service and share it with the world! Building your own business is so much fun! Just think of it as sharing and caring and you will be as successful as you choose to be. Doug Leclair B.A.Sc. RIC http://www.ibourl.net/lisainvite
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