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Re: Are you the next Vin Diesel?

Post by Stephen Meyer on Wed Mar 14, 2012 11:11 pm

520k a year is some kind of sales job. Don't think I would be in to big of a hurry to quit that one.

Looks like you're asking about hours again? I would say the newer you are and the less money you have the longer you will need to work. As you build your business and have greater finances you can work less and outsource the daily stuff. "Time vs Money", they can do a flip flop with success. There's really no limit on what can be done and no set time frame or hours. It all depends on the person and if they want something bad enoug.

Are you the next Vin Diesel?

Post by Prostarprofits on Wed Mar 14, 2012 11:32 am

Yesterday I did a post about Tim Ferrises the "4 hour work week" with the subject line asking How many hours do you work your MLM? You can check it out here ->
http://www.betternetworker.com/forums/m ... 28939.html

I found I had some surprizing comments
The picture we build for people to get involved in MLM is freedom (time and financally) It did not seem many people beleive the 4 hour work week is real.

I started my MLM in Southband, Ind and after a few years I dropped out of MLM and moved to Los Angeles and got a job selling tools over the phone.

I got a got at the same place where the actor Vin Diesel use it work the company is called Cal-Pasific it is the company where the movie the boiler room was based on.

Anyway those guys makes an average of $10,000 per week calling small auto shops selling drill, drill bit, ect...Only working 6 hours a day and they have been doing it since the late 1970's.

Now it is not a 4 hour work week but it is not 40-80 hours like many MLMers work. I only work about 6 hours per day.

Please share you thoughts =)

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