MLM Hot Topic: Is Your Opportunity Over Saturated?
You can’t build a business in an opportunity over saturated market. You will fail.
Ever been told that the only way you will make a 6 figure income in network marketing is to get in on the ground floor of the opportunity. They tell you this because the ground floor is the hardest way to build a business but they need people to help spread the message.
What you really want to focus on is not the opportunity but yourself. You are what people are looking for. You have every opportunity to make a 6 or even 7-figure income just by being you.
There are thousands of MLM’s out there and I am almost positive that you haven’t heard of 98% of them. So if you don’t know about them than that opportunity isn’t saturated.
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Don’t Believe Your Opportunity Over Saturated B.S.
Everyday someone says that the market is saturated but I tell you this, that statement is made by pessimistic and those that don’t see beyond their world.
If you are building You, Inc and defining who you are, there is always room for you and your opportunity in the world.
People are looking for your voice and your opportunity. People want to join people and be part of a team. They don’t want to join an opportunity.
By creating and building You, Inc. you are standing out and giving notice to your people that things are going to go big. I would rather play on a team of successful people than try to figure it out on my own.
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