Reality Check: How to Plan for Success in Network Marketing

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Itasca Books, 2011 - Business & Economics - 72 pages
Fantasies of setting up a cyber-shop and watching the checks roll in are just that: fantasies. A home-based network marketing business is real work.Obvious? You'd think so. Yet, this doesn't show up much in most ads for systems hyping success if you just buy that system. Many ads simply cater to our most far-fetched dreams: big rewards with little effort. The reality is, it doesn't work that way. And you probably won't even turn a profit in your first year or even longer. The reality is, you can be successful. It's all about how you define success. For some, it means a little extra money to supplement their day jobs. For others, the goal is to replace their day jobs altogether. The greater your goal, the greater your effort will need to be. In "Reality Check," Pam Hemmings utilizes her extensive business background to show you how to plan, have patience, and persevere in network marketing. With those 'three Ps,' along with the other information found in "Reality Check," you can turn your dreams into reality.

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About the author (2011)

Pam Hemmings was born in New York City. Starting as a secretary, she became a writer, editor, and finally, a supervisory analyst for various Wall Street research firms. On retiring in 2004, she was a Director for Credit Suisse First Boston. Now living in Saratoga Springs, NY, Pam discovered a gap in the information available to help new or struggling network marketers get started. "Realty Check" answers the fundamental questions everyone needs to ask to develop a successful business.

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