Network Marketing vs. Traditional Job
Network Marketing vs. Traditional JOB
Can you handle the truth about your J.O.B.?
Adam Packard gives a great, simple comparison between a traditional job and network marketing.
Adam writes in his book, “Stay the Course“:
“How you get paid in a traditional job is simple: You work an hour, you get paid for that hour. You are trading your time for money. You can expect your income to be based on the work you do and the hours you put in.”
However, there is one major challenge to this: There is usually an income ceiling of some kind.”
He summarizes the traditional job:
Work, work, check. Work, work, check. Work, work, check.
Eight hours a day, 40 hours a week for 40 years, and then you get to retire (and “enjoy” life on 40% of what was never enough during your working years!)
In contrast, Adam describes the effect of compounded results and team effort in network marketing:
Work, work, work, work, check. Work, work, work, work, work, check. Work, check. Work, check. Check. Check. Work, BIG check. Vacation, check. Work, vacation.
Building a network marketing business DOES involve more work in the beginning, but provides bigger rewards due to the residual nature of the compensation. That is, IF you stick with it! Or as author Mark Yarnell also states, “Ninety-five percent of network marketers who stay with one company reach the top level of the pay plan within ten years.”
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