Britain’s work ethics have changed drastically with the adaptations made to childcare costs, pensions and holidays. Work is sparse so when a job is lost is is hard to find something without falling in to debt and our new workfare schemes, supposedly aimed at getting people jobs is forcing people to work for much less than the minimum wage to keep their benefits, some doing the same job they were fired from. The lack of security has made many scared, and understandably so. Who can afford to work and pay for childcare on top of the ever-increasing living costs? Not many and more are finding it hard to feed their families based on these new idea to help lessen the countries recession.
Working hours are long, pay is meager and stress levels are soaring. So much effort for so little to show for it is a pretty dire way to live.
More and more people are changing their thinking by moving outside of their comfort zones and starting their own businesses in multi level marketing (MLM). In recent years multi level marketing has become a more popular means of income, allowing freedom of choice in working hours as well as personal choice in work done and wages earned. You may well think this is too good to be true but I assure you it’s not. This is where I found my fortune, it’s not a free for all and requires your effort which is the only real catch there is. Franchises require a large set up fee and percentages given to the umbrella corporations you franchise with, networking marketing or MLM requires less of the set up costs and more of the love of your product, you only pay for what you order and you get a tidy profit back based on how hard you’ve worked. But its doesn’t stop there, the product sales are just one aspect of MLM, the other is training. If you can assist someone to be as successful as you, not only does it feel great but this also works amazingly in your favour. This is exactly why people are turning to MLM! It’s all dependent on the energy used but once established the rest simply works well on its own.
Various companies have different benefits and incentives to keep their distributors and trainers aiming high, some of the benefits are fantastic but in some companies they aren’t worth the investment. Only a small selection of Direct Selling MLM’s have a worthwhile set up. some expect too many buys from their distributors and allow very little profit from both sales and training so the business is very hard to succeed in. Others have a nicer balance with increasing discounts and profits, as well as good percentage on training and promotions.
I joined the Forever Living business on the basis of the products. I’m training in alternative medicine and have an aloe vera plant in my kitchen purely as I know exactly how good this little succulent is! The rest came along with my tenacity, the previous post’s planning etc and the best support anyone could wish for. Now that I am established I’m confident enough to be picky about who I recruit in to my team but I cannot stress how much I love the team I have. Not all who work in this industry can hail the same but in that before taking the plunge its best to do some research on the company you think you would like to work with, taking your time will make you feel more secure in deciding which is what helps build the faith in what is about to unfold.
MLM’s can offer a fantastic lifeline to people who feel stuck financially. With some effort and faith a person; with little to no qualifications, can grow to become as successful as I now am. I am glad to share what I know with people who are starting out in this industry, but to those who aren’t feel free to do some research and post comments or questions you have about how I became a successful home worker.