What do you think of when you hear the word “career?” It’s not so much a job, but something that defines you. Being a lawyer or a doctor, for example, isn’t just doing a job, it’s a life dedicated to that chosen discipline. In order to have a “career,” you might think you have to spend years in school or equivalent training to reach such a status.
Careers are meant to be rewarding, something that drives your passion. Why have a career in something you don’t enjoy? If the idea of working in
appeals to you, why not make that your career?
Yes, it is possible to turn
business interests into something you’ll enjoy doing for years. You are basically selling products and the concept of earning income from the sales of your merchandise. In short, you promote a brand and build brand loyalty by bringing people into your circle of influence. Achieving these goals requires an investment of time, whether meeting people in seminars or marketing yourself online. Though you can set your own hours, this in essence is a career move because you do work at it.
is typically viewed by non-participants as a scheme, even a scam. Only a few people actually make enough to live on, the doubters charge. Consider this: name brands like Pampered Chef, Avon, and Amway all have their roots in multi-level marketing. Each company offered trusted products for sale, along with a business opportunity that allows anybody to get involved and start earning an income. These are national companies that have existed for decades—if they were not legitimate, they would have folded long ago.
Getting involved in MLM could be a great career move for you. Talk with people involve in a program that appeals to you, and get to work.