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Latosha Martin
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Hello, Fear

Published on 8/13/2013
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He came home around 7:30 p.m., pulled his car into the garage, cut the engine, and sat in the dark and actually cried. He never thought it would be this hard.

It was a different story four months ago, when he and Allison signed-up. Her brother had shown them the Network Marketing business, and although they had both been somewhat skeptical at first, they finally came around.

Allison had been apprehensive about investing in a business of their own. "We don't have any extra money as it is," she told David. "How can we afford to operate a business?" Allison clearly was worried.

"That's the whole reason we do this business in the first place," David told her. "We do it so we will have extra money. We have to do something."

David was more concerned about the recruiting aspect of Networking-- how in the world would he find all the people he needed? "I don't know 
that many people," he thought, and besides, Allison's brother has already talked to everyone in the family.

But when David learned that he would be taught how to contact people and share the opportunity, he started getting excited.

"They'll show us everything we need to do," he told Allison, one night as they were sitting on the back porch. "I'm just as nervous about this as you are, honey, but I just think we ought to give it a try and see what happens.

"We both want so much more in life," he whispered. "Let's give this a try."

The next day they joined up and started to work. It was like nothing could stop them. David hadn't been this excited about his future since he left college-- it was like the whole world was spread out before him again, and all his dreams were coming true.

His upline showed the business to some of his friends at work, but none of them were interested. Then David made a few awkward phone calls to their doctor, dentist, and mechanic, but none of them were even interested in taking a look at it.

That's when one of David's upline took him out to the mall one night and showed him how to meet strangers and get names and numbers. He made it look so easy. David was impressed.

"Yes, I'm in the process of expanding a distribution business in this area," the guy would say confidently. "Why don't you put your name and number on the back of my card, and I'll give you a call when I have a chance. That is, as long as you're not opposed to taking a look at a way to make some extra money."

David thought the guy was some kind of a magician-- all he had to do was chat with people, and the next thing you know he had their names and phone numbers, and they were excitedly expecting his call. David wondered if he would ever have the guts to pull off something like that.

"It's simple," his upline told David as they left the mall. "I believe in this business, I believe in the products, and I truly believe that this opportunity will set people free from the rat race. What in the world would I be afraid of?"

David could think of a million things, but shrugged his shoulders instead and looked out the window. It had started to rain.

For the first time, David started getting scared.

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