The “P” word get’s thrown around so often these days. I’m not sure if most people really even know what it means without having an expert understanding of the context within which it’s being said.
We’ve all heard of Ponzi schemes. These companies are illegal and identified as a pyramid.
We also know companies that are legal. They have a legitimate operation and they too are often identified as a pyramid.
So what makes a company a LEGAL vs an ILLEGAL pyramid?
This question is an important one, but it isn’t the most pressing question you should be asking when evaluating a network marketing or multi-level marketing company.
Obviously you would want to only be involved with a “Legal” network marketing company, right?
Good. Because I will only be writing about Legal pyramids. LOL.
But just because a company is legally compliant, it doesn’t mean it’s a great opportunity for you or someone you know to get involved with.
For so long, i’ve contemplated writing a series of articles about what makes the difference between a GOOD network marketing company, a BAD one, and a GREAT one.
As a 14 year professional of this industry, I’ve seen it all.
I’ve seen people make bad decisions joining bad companies and badly getting spun out.
I’ve also seen people make wrong decisions joining companies that are NOT the right fit for them, and quickly getting jaded and burnt out.
Being able to identify what makes a company good, bad, great, or awful can save you and the ones you care about from devastation. Doesn’t it?
Being able to save friends, loved ones, and others from getting sucked in, suckered, and roped into deals that are only going to hurt their reputation, drain their bank account and leave you or them empty hearted and disappointed is priceless, isn’t it?
Think about it . . .
Spending a few hundred or even a few thousand dollars joining the wrong company rarely is devastating. But losing two, five, or ten years of your life to a company that you shouldn’t have joined in the first place is.
That’s why I’m writing this blog series. I want to help save everyone who reads this content from making these types of mistakes.
It hasn’t always been easy rosy road for me either. I’ve made mistakes too, but you’ll get the cheat sheets and the short cuts.
Imagine if I could help you avoid all this unnecessary pain and costly failing by following what I am about to share with you. Would’t that be worth it?
This blog series will do just that.
Not only it will help you avoid the mistake of choosing the bad or wrong company but it will also show you how to identify, evaluate, and select the RIGHT one that is the right fit for you.
As our journey together unfolds on these pages, my goal is to be able to help you find your dream company — even if you don’t know what that company looks like for you just yet.
And for those of you who are skeptics or skeptical in general. You are in the right place to learn more about the network marketing industry as a whole and feel out if this industry is a fit for you.
And if you have ever been approached by a friend with a company or someone you love has ever joined a company that you had a bad feeling about but maybe didn’t know why, this blog series will uncover that for you and bring you clarity.
For the rest of you who are seekers looking for a good company, you will learn all about what makes a good company tick, what to look for and what to watch out for, and much more . . .
I will cover 99+ questions you should ask before making what could either be the biggest mistake of your life or the best decision you’ve ever made. I want to make sure that it is the latter for you.
So follow along and I will spill the beans only INDUSTRY INSIDERS know.
But if it can’t wait because you already have a company you are thinking to join now, and you need a set of objective professional eyes to help you make the right decision, book a Mentorship Call here
To your wealth,
co-authored with Maral “Dr Yess” Yessayan, PHD
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