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Patrick Saint-Jean
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It is important to be in the right opportunity

Published on 8/29/2011
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This is a topic I have talked about before and I realize it is important to reitarate. The reason for that is because I have just had an experience from a fellow network marketer which proves to me that it is happening. Here is the bottom line folks, not all opportunities are the same, indeed some opportunities are not opportunities at all but a get rich quick scheme which will benefit some but be disastrous to others. I am proud to be in network marketing, but I also know that there are a lot more bad products out there than there are good. So, the trick is in knowing what is a good opportunity and what is not. That comes with EXPERIENCE, but I also think a little bit of common sense help. A case in point: I just had a network marketer call me and wanting to chat (really wanting to pitch me his biz). I have absolutely no problem with that, in fact I WELCOME IT. I love to know what is out there, and believe it or not, every now and then, you discover something good. Everything was going good and well in the conversation, I first watched his video (not surprisingly, nothing interesting). The thing is I am always honest with people, and I made sure to communicate that with my caller on the phone. If you have a good opportunity, I will let you know that, but if you don't have a good opportunity I HAVE TO LET YOU KNOW THAT AS WELL. A lot of times, when you are talking on the phone with someone, they are so focused on pitching you their product, they really don't listen to you at all. To make matters worse, as I continued my conversation with Mr. Fo_, he began to be irritated by the fact that I did not like his company's comp plan. I guess he thought that his 26 + years of experience in network marketing was enough to TRUMP my common sense and my 1 and half years experience with several companies, and many experiences with COMP PLANS. First of all, the company does not have a unique product or service, it is really just a simple concept of earning commissions on people's shopping with big retailers through them. HERE IS THE KICKER, for that priviledge of being able to shop at brand name retailers like WALMART and the likes, I have to pay $300 a month. Of course, the reason for that is the hope that I can get other people to buy in and pay $300 to do the same thing. So, there is really no product at all folks. That is the FIRST RED FLAG. And the idea of $300 a month, just to be in a BIZ OPP, in my estimation is just NOT GOOD BUSINESS. So, I told him that, and I struck up a nerve. Here is the thing, it is really not good to call someone and pitch him or her your BIZ OPP and be mad if they are not liking it. If the person don't like your COMP PLAN, DON'T GET MAD. The person is probably just trying to get you to DROP your loser company and do something good for yourself: Find a better BIZ OPP. Patrick Saint-Jean
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