The internet is the future and saviour of this amazing planet. To develop a love and respect for it is vital and to enjoy and reap its benefits is an absolute necessity. If you treat with caution and do your homework then you cannot fail.
You have to be rational enough to assess your current situation, creative enough to see what is possible, and have the integrity to follow through with the plan. Remember, just because it’s on paper doesn’t mean it will happen – you have to decide to follow through and live up to your goals.
As a network marketer, your target market is other network marketers. Why? Because they ALREADY believe in the network marketing concept. You don’t have to spend time trying to convince and explain to them why having a home business is a smart move. You don’t have to explain the override concept or go over 100 objections on “Is this a pyramid?”. If you’re going to market online, and even offline to an extent, it’s imperative that you’re directing your message and getting in front of your target market. If you can do that successfully, you’ll see your success curve will be dramatically reduced and your message will be received 100 times better than when you’re talking to a bunch of unqualified, broke people who have no ambition or desire to improve their situation.
If at all possible, try to separate your “home office” from the rest of your home. If you don’t have the luxury of a separate room, a room partition or screen can be just as helpful. This also serves as a visual cue to family that you’re working and shouldn’t be bothered.
An “opportunity” that really isn’t is no opportunity at all! So make sure your “once in a lifetime” opportunity lives up to its description before you join. You want to be certain that every window to become successful is wide open for you.
You can avoid making this mistake by giving yourself plenty of time to make your choice on the right proven business for you. This way you can get your business started right away and concentrate on building it to be successful instead of jumping around and never making any money.
6) No Commute. Actually, you might have a commute – from your bedroom to your home office (which may even be in your bedroom!). The average working person wastes just about 10% of their week getting to and from work. What could you do with that extra time? Spend time with your kids, make a life long dream come true, exercise, learn a new language.what would you do?