Network Marketing vs Job – Why Network Marketing Is Better Than Having a Job

For decades and decades we’ve been sold a bum bill of goods without realizing it, and it took the economic collapse of almost all the nations of the world to really show us the folly of our ways.

 

There couldn’t be a more insecure way of making an income than working for someone else at a job, but that was always the main objective for millions and millions of otherwise smart and savvy people.

 

You see, while it’s a good idea to land a high paying job when things are going well, being on the expense side of a balance sheet is always a bad thing – and you can bet that you will always have to live in the fear of the company finding someone else, someone cheaper, to do your job while showing you the door.

 

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Tap into your earning potential

 

You need to take control of your earning potential to really unlock financial security and long term wealth, and one of the best ways to do just that is to get into network marketing. While most people think that having a job is real financial security, nothing could be further from the truth – you need to control you income potential and flow, and the best way to do that is to get into network marketing.

 

There’s nothing wrong with getting a job, so please don’t misunderstand the message. It’s just that getting a job and doing all of the grunt work while someone gets rich off your sweat – while constantly looking to replace you with someone better, faster, and most importantly cheaper – is probably not the way to go about making real money and locking up your financial future for yourself and your family. In fact, millions – maybe billions – of people all over the world have learned that in the past couple of years.

 

The reality is that you need to control your income streams as much as possible, and that is one freedom you give up for a weekly paycheck when you get a job. People in network marketing never have to worry about that – their income is solely based on how well they perform as well as the people they recruit under them. This is all about leverage, which just so happens to be not only the most powerful force in the universe according to Einstein, but also the most powerful force in commerce as well.

 

There are a handful of essentials that you need to master when you get into network marketing, but the most important takeaway you could have is to keep things as simple as possible – and always look for leverage

 

How To Develop The Leader within YouDo not overcomplicate the business

 

Simplicity is the king of network marketing, and if you’re serious about making a fortune in the network marketing world you need to try and pare everything down to the basics. Too often we like to fluff up and complicate things, but nothing could be more dangerous or deadly to your success in the network marketing world if you push for that route.

 

The other thing you need to be certain you are doing enough of is maximizing your leverage at every point and possibility. This means pumping up your Network Marketing downline with real superstars that will boost your income without you having to do much of anything, making sure you connect with the right people to offer the kind of killer products and services that can make you rich, and spending your time on the highest and most valuable efforts at all times. These are the secrets to success in the network marketing world, and you’ll never need another job again if you master them.

 

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Now it’s your turn!
What are your thoughts of Network Marketing vs having a traditional J.O.B?  Leave your feedback in the comments section and I look forward to reading them!

 

To your Success,


Nate Leung


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Nate Leung is the CEO and Founder of NateLeung.com, and author of "Virtual Entrepreneur: Live Free With the Business of Your Dreams". He has been an Internet Network Marketing professional since 2001. Nate specializes in blogging, generating highly targeted leads, prospecting, social media and driving traffic. You can find out more from Nate by connecting with him over at Google +. There is no greater passion he has than helping people to succeed in their business. He teaches people how to use the Internet to build a successful Network Marketing business. If you're struggling and or looking for help, contact Nate here.
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20 Responses to “Network Marketing vs Job – Why Network Marketing Is Better Than Having a Job”

  1. Kenee

    Great content here! I totally agree having a network marketing business is way better than a 9 to 5!

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    Nate Leung Reply:

    Absolutely! You and I both! Thanks Kenee!

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  2. Madeleine Labitan

    Hello Nate,

    Just came here to say, I shared this post to my FB friends. Great post by the way. And I agree. MLM is always better than having a job. You are your own boss and you can earn as much as you want. Now that’s financial freedom.

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    Nate Leung Reply:

    Hi Madeleine,

    It sure is. Financial freedom is something us human beings should strive for. Unfortunately, not most do not. Appreciate you stopping by!

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  3. Amelia Rees

    Great post! And i feel this can be applied to world outside of business too! Some really good advice there, thank you for sharing 🙂

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    Nate Leung Reply:

    Right on Amelia! Appreciate the comments!

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  4. Cindy Eidahl

    very interesting. I learn something new everyday I visit here.
    Thank you for sharing.

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    Nate Leung Reply:

    Awesome. Thanks Cindy!

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  5. Jeanne Melanson

    I would rather work for myself, when I want, where I want … than have to go into a place every morning for 8 hours, every day, 5 days a week. I am so done with the J.O.B. Thanks for sharing, Nate!

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    Nate Leung Reply:

    I think many of us are fed up with the J.O.B, whether we admit it or not. Thanks Jeanne!

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  6. Joan Harrington

    Wow, Nate, you hit the nail right on the head with this post my friend!!! Awesome, awesome value here!!! This is so true!! A lot of people do not realize this at all lol! Thank you for sharing!!

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    Nate Leung Reply:

    Haha, right on Joan!

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  7. Francene Stanley

    Hi Nate,

    I’m retired, so I don’t have to worry about making a living any more. I’m sure your advice will inspire those who do.

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    Nate Leung Reply:

    It’s what I love to do! Thanks Francene!

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  8. Cher

    Great post Nate, I have worked for myself for many years on and offline, I can’t bear to see people controlling and limiting others. When we work for ourselves it unlocks our potential, and we all need to be there in these times. 🙂

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    Nate Leung Reply:

    Nicely said Cher! 🙂

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  9. Stefano Tosi

    I agree with everything you said! I also believe that the real frontier today is network marketing. It ‘s easier to control and create, it runs in the first person and everyone is responsible for its own performance. I will be telling my friends about this blog.

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    Nate Leung Reply:

    Hi Stefano,

    Absolutely. Thank you!

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