Network Marketing Is Where It’s At!

So… I’ve had an epiphany over the past couple of months.

I have been in retail for over 10 years. I’m not even 30 years old yet, and I’m pretty much maxed out on my salary for the volume of store I manage. The only way to get a pay raise would be to get a huge promotion, and probably relocate, or to manage a big box store like a Walmart or Target, which I really don’t have the qualifications for.

I have really enjoyed my career so far, but I feel a little trapped. Corporate offices don’t want to hire me because my only experience is retail, not to mention I would be taking a pay cut to take many office jobs. The ones that would compensate me what I’m making now are jobs that I’m not qualified for. I have my Bachelor’s degree, but that hasn’t helped much. 

It’s an odd situation to find myself in at such a young age. What should I do? Keep working in the same line of work for 40 more years? Work my butt off in hopes of a promotion to more responsibility, and even less time with my family? I already miss evenings, weekends, and holidays as it is. Don’t get me wrong, I love my job, but I can’t see myself doing this for 40 more years.

In comes network marketing. I NEVER would have believed that I would be in a network marketing business. Let’s be honest, it has a bad reputation. Everyone has that one relative or family friend who started trying to “sell” them products or “recruit” them to join their team, and it totally turned you off, right??

I have been able to rise to the top 10% of the company, build a great income and a large team in just over 6 months. I’m on track to *replace* and EXCEED my full-time job income within the next year.

The thing with network marketing is that you get in, work hard, help people, and your residual income multiplies year after year. You don’t work any harder, you just build a team of people who work hard, and duplicate what you have done. It’s a strange concept for many to grasp, even for myself! I researched it for nearly a year before I finally committed.

Don’t lose time. Find a company that you believe in, with products that you love, and join. Would it be worth it if you could stay home and raise your kids, while still enjoying the salary you’re used to?  You can be making money while you sleep. Your income grows and becomes residual!

You don’t have to be an icky, sticky salesperson. I’m definitely not! I’m the worst salesperson you’ve ever met.

I’ve found the company I believe in with products that I love and have seen lives changed every single day, and I actually don’t have to sell a thing. I am willing to put in the hard work for a few years to be able to RETIRE by age 30 and live my life by design and have complete financial freedom.

I would love to mentor you and show you what I’ve been able to do and what you can do along with me. Take a chance… change your life and your future!

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Why Retail Managers Make Perfect Beachbody Coaches!

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1. Retail managers LOVE people! They work with the public every day, so they have to like people.

2. Retail managers can sell. They have been trained to sling products and to build a solid clientele.

3. Retail managers have a lot of contacts. Retail managers know EVERYBODY in the mall or shopping center, and they see these people daily.

4. Retail managers are used to training new staff members on a daily basis, as well as providing ongoing mentoring and evaluation.

5. Retail managers know how to build a team; they recruit people who have the skills they need, or that they themselves don’t have.

6. Retail managers are always on the lookout for the best and brightest in their networks! They are connectors, connecting the right people with the right opportunities.

7. Retail managers can recognize that character is more important than skill. Skill can always be trained.

8. Retail managers know how to delegate. They realize that even if they want to do everything themselves, it won’t help them and it won’t help their team to not delegate.

9. Retail managers have learned how to wear many hats. They are used to being the sales person, the manager, the janitor, the cheerleader, the boss, and the host of the party, each day!

10. Retail managers know how to remain calm in a challenging situation, while still maintaining their composure and professionalism.

 

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