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The Journey of a Network Marketer - The Fun Side of MLM

The Fun Side of MLM - What makes this an amazing industry

Network Marketing has a fun side? Heck yeah! It's fun when you are:

1. Helping others make money
2. Building something so vast that is pays your children's children

Oh, it doesn't happen right away, and anyone that tells you otherwise is lying to you. RUN from them and don't look back. What's fun is the process. The process is especially fun when you have a coach/mentor and a proven system. Yes, the products need to be remarkable and value priced as well. Oh yeah, network marketing really doesn't work without products! 

Let's be completely honest, we are all in the industry because we want to retire early and live a comfortable lifestyle. What's more fun that knowing you are putting together the foundation for an MLM dynasty? Even if your goals are to earn $1000.00 extra per month, it's still fun to know that you are only 3-5 people away from making it happen!

John, I'm not having fun in my business...

Oh, there's several reasons people don't have fun in their MLM business... in fact, there are too many to list. Michael Dlouhy actually joined over 100 different companies back in the 1990's and actually took the time to list the biggest reasons why people don't have fun in Network Marketing in his book Success in 10 Steps. This was where I actually learned how to be a successful marketer without beating my head against the wall.

Probably the reason I hear the most that people aren't having fun in the MLM business is that they are left to do everything on their own. They get recruited, sold and lied to and as soon as they sign up and get their sales kit... Very little, if any, training and support from their sponsor. That's not fun. I was there about 15 years ago. It was a terrible experience and really puts a bad taste in our mouths.

How to have fun in the industry

I can't even begin to tell you how much fun I am having right now. Every day, something positive will pop up. One of my partners will share a breakthrough with me, I will see in increase in our products being purchased by our customers, I meet someone that truly wants to own their life, and it just goes on and on.

So, how do you have fun in Network Marketing? Well, in my personal experience, it all happened when I met my mentor and he introduced me to his amazing system. The same MLM system that has been free for since 2005 and continues to produce successful marketers around the world. It all starts with step 1:

Step 2: Let me know when you finish and I will send you 3 skills calls that really open our eyes about the MLM industry.

Step 3: A live, 1x1 coaching call with myself and Michael Dlouhy - where he will share the Blueprint to Success that has totally turned it around for me, and many others

From there, we can show you how you can build your Network Marketing business big, build it once, and build it to pay your children's children!

Are you ready to have fun?

Shoot me an email -

Because YOU Are Worth It,
John Wiser


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