Who doesn't want a lifestyle others will envy? What that question really translates to is "Who wants the lifestyle you've always dreamed of?"
MLM business opportunities are an invisible industry that most don't pay attention to or understand. They are just starting to gain the attention of the likes of Donald Trump, Robert Kiyosaki, and others. I for one am a trial lawyer who swore I'd never touch the MLM industry with a 10 foot pole. But, why wouldn't you want a business where you can work from home, have a residual income, financial independence, and the freedom to live life the way you want to?
So, what do you want to look for in an MLM to gain the lifestyle "friends will envy?" Here are important factors to consider when evaluating the best MLM business opportunity for you.
(1) Is it a ground-level opportunity? We all know of the success of Amway. It has been around for over 50 years and in 2006 brought in over $6.4 billion in sales. But, those who benefitted the most and who are still bringing in a residual income today for their efforts years ago are those who got in early. You want to look for a business opportunity on the ground level. Don't confuse that with one that is brand new. The business opportunity should have been in existence for at least two years.
(2) Is the product something people will want and need? A good way to determine this is to ask yourself if you would buy the product if you were not in the MLM or business that sold it. You want something that has value and that isn't just another energy drink. Look for a product that even when times are tight people will find enough value that they will continue to buy it.
(3) Does the MLM business opportunity have long term viability? As times change and we become more advanced you want to select a company that either is changing with the times or capitalizing on the new movements of the times. Why would someone want to buy a collection of encyclopedia books or a service they can find for free on the Internet? Make sure the company you chose is Internet based or driven.
(4) Does it have a good training program? As with any industry, training is crucial to the success of your home based business. I suggest looking for an MLM business opportunity with Internet training. It is more convenient and generally more affordable. Seminars also have value. They give you an opportunity to network and learn from the top producers as well as the executives in the business.
(5) How much is the start up fee? The rule of thumb is that the start up cost should not exceed $500. Be wary of ones that require you to spend $1,000 or more to get going. You should also investigate the monthly minimum requirements. Make sure you are getting into something that isn't going to stuff your garage with boxes filled with products you'll never use. Your monthly minimum should not exceed a few hundred dollars and should be something with value to you and others.
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