There are some traits
that every home based business owner should and must develop to achieve success
in network marketing industry. I believe the following 10 traits when applied
by anyone running a home based business will act as a good foundation to your
building success from home.
1. Understand that
Network Marketing is a relationship building business and when you work with
people you have to know that there are challenges that comes with it. Make a
decision to be the best person you can be and learn how to rise above the
2. Always raise the
bar for yourself and your team and never settle for less. The mistake that most
people make in this industry is going for the minimum. You will hear things
like: What is the minimum order I can place? What is the minimum requirement to
qualify for XYZ? What is the minimum number of people I need to achieve this
and that? What is the minimum I can pay for ABC? The best you can do is stop
playing small and start playing big. You will never build a successful business
focusing on less? If you want to achieve more in your business, then I believe
you will be willing to work hard to achieve more.
challenge yourself to go for something big. Set big goals and focus on breaking
your own record by beating your best. Learn to look at your own scoreboard and
create an environment …
There are many
industries that one can enter from home, from writing articles to tree trading.
But the more familiar affiliation with home-based business over the many years
is an industry known as network marketing, also known as multi-level marketing.
This industry has been put through a lot of name-calling because of money-grabbing
schemes created for the sole purpose of scamming customers. And because of the
similar structure and similar processes they are put under the same hat. This
general assumption is similar to how people get confused with Pepsi and Coke,
they are two completely different products and have two completely different
systems even though they taste and look very similar.
The generic MLM
company has been known to use hotel meetings as their way of introducing new
people to the company. But in the theme of this article the truly best way to
conduct entrepreneurial activity, that is truly duplicative, is from one’s own
home. And though hotel meetings have proved effective how can one create a
home-based business using the hotel meetings as their crutch?
The art of duplication
is being able to transfer skills and knowledge onto an individual who will then
be able to carry them out without needing to refer back for information or
guidance. This can definitely be gained from attending hotel meetings, but
continuing this activity may mean that a person can be bound to attending hotel
meetings on a consistent basis. Think about it, if you follow the system …
In these days when
lots of jobs become more and more unsecure and revenues of small business
owners decline people often think about setting up a legitimate home based
business. This is probably one of the best ways to generate an extra income.
Many people are turning to this popular alternative in order to bring in a
paycheck and spend more time with their families. Today more than 30 million
households in America are running a home based business.
As it sounds pretty
nice to earn a handsome income from the comfort of your home there are several
things you should be aware of before you get started with your home based
1. There is no
legitimate home based business opportunity which makes a millionaire of you
within a few days – even if some people claim so!
I am quite sure that
you have also already read or heard about these
“become-rich-in-one-day” programs. Of course there is a lot of scam
out there. But there are some really good opportunities as well.
2. Every business
needs more or less work which has to be done professionally!
Take some time to
think about who many hours a day you can invest in your business? Consider that
you might need more time in the beginning to get things started. If you can run
your business online there is a big chance to get things automated.
3. Do some market
research before entering a “niche”!
If you consider