Everywhere we look today, prediksi skor bola more than ever before we hear phases like “home based business”, “work from home”, “work part-time while earning full time pay.” “Get rich quick while you sit at home in your underwear.” The list is never-ending.
How does one make sense of which one is real and not some recycled crap bola?
Here are some things for you to think about:
I Cannot Afford Your Opportunity Was The Usual Response
Once upon a time, I sincerely believed in a particular MLM opportunity. It was a very reputable company with some fairly good products, especially if you were a health nut. I even liked their compensation plan.
But, and here’s the but, and it is a BIG one. Herein lays the problem: When trying to promote this opportunity to others, “I can’t afford it” was the usual response.
I made my upline aware of the situation, and he sent me the following email to encourage me—
“Now I know that everyone’s finances are different, but…
Most people do not want to sacrifice their “luxuries” for an opportunity to become wealthy.” He went on to say “The same people who say they can’t afford $50 bucks per month are the same ones who go to the liquor store and buy a couple cases of beer every month, and will spend an extra 20 bucks on lottery tickets and then curse the devil and scream because THEY just can’t get ahead.”
“We all like our little luxuries but at some point we have to realize that nothing in our lives will change unless we make a change or do something to cause that change to happen. Robert Kiyosaki said: “Never say, ‘I can’t afford it’ rather ask yourself,
How can I afford it?” I just loved that book (Rich Dad Poor Dad). Kiyosaki goes on to say that when you force yourself to THINK, “How can I afford it?” it causes your brain to figure out ways to save money in certain areas in order to be able to buy the things you may need or want. It’s a very interesting concept and I really believe that there’s an actual “ART” to becoming wealthy and I practice it daily.”
He closed his email by stating “if he had given up because of not being able to afford the opportunity, he would have cheated himself out of the income that he now currently enjoys.”
I’d like to say, I both agree and disagree. This point of not being able to afford the products and meet the day to day expenses of life too, is indeed a valid one, and should not be ignored.
Everyone can not afford $100.00 a month, at least not without seeing some sort of gradual results.
Besides, let’s face it, not everyone is a health enthusiast. Furthermore it can be difficult trying to convince someone to pay an inflated price tag for a product that they may be able to purchase cheaper at their neighborhood health food store.
I Believe In Robert Kiyosaki But…
While I believe in Robert Kiyosaki’s principles about making money I don’t believe I should have to “sacrifice”. I mean c’mon in these tough economic times where money is tight aren’t we ALL sacrificing enough?!!
Aside from not having enough money, there is the dilemma of information overload.
There is so much information today, people are confused. And because of this, many tend to shut down and don’t take action because they don’t know where to begin.
Another problem that people have is something that is called “constant
student mode.” They are always learning, learning, learning.
And they should be earning.
And a lot of times they don’t realize that they have enough
information already to get started.
What Factors Are Needed If One Expects to Make Money Online?
One thing I know from my own experience is that to make money online you must first have a good company, next good affordable products and/or service.
In addition, to be successful at making money, the company must have good training, good marketing resources, and good company support. The compensation plan cannot be weak either. There are no if ands or buts about it, since that is the primary reason why we go into business to make money, right?
Remember, if you expect to make money these are the necessary steps you must take:
Choose the right company
Affordable products and/or services
Superior company support, i.e. training
Excellent compensation plan
Lastly, STOP OPPORTUNITY HOPPING
What is that? Jumping from one opportunity to the next, to the next and on and on.