When should I quit my job and become a full-time network marketer? by Tom “Big Al” Schreiter

TomSchreiterOne of the biggest reasons people join network marketing is because they hate their jobs.  Their goal is to earn enough money so they can afford to leave their present employment. Will that give them financial security? Probably not. For example, let’s say that John earns $2,500 a month. That $2,500 a month pays the expenses for John and his family. While he is building his networking business, his part-time checks of $1,000 per month represent extra income that is not required to cover their personal overhead. It’s unencumbered money. That extra $1,000 a month could buy trips, nice cars, fun times, pay off debts, or could be saved for retirement or invested for financial security.

Life is good with extra cash to spend as you wish.

But what happens when John’s network marketing check reaches $2,500 a month? NULL

He quits his job. Now John’s $2,500 a month network marketing check pays the expenses for John and his family. There is no extra cash or fun money. The budget is tight. John sweats his sales volume every month hoping his check won’t drop to $2,300. See the difference?

The successful networkers I know keep their job and invest their network marketing check. After a few years they are totally financially independent because of their investments.

Then, they quit their job. Their investments pay the monthly expenses while their networking checks are spent on vacations and other fun activities. “Nothing magical happens when you quit your job except that your income disappears.” Art Spikol “Since I quit my j-o-b, I sleep like a baby. Every three hours I get up and cry.” Anonymous Distributor Something to consider.


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