MLM Does Not Care

MLM does not care who you have been…
It only cares who you are today.

Picture what happens to your resume or application when you apply for a job.

Someone in the Human Resources department looks it over and immediately starts judging.

They want to know if, based on your employment history, you will be successful with their company.

They presume that because you have experienced success or failure previously that this will be your pattern for life.

Thankfully Network Marketing is different.

MLM companies only ask that you do a few simple things:
1. Sign up.
2. Purchase products.
3. Learn from those who are ahead of you in the journey.
4. Do what they say.

That sounds like a dream come true doesn’t it? Wouldn’t you love to be part of an industry where everyone has an equal chance at success? Where your success is based on a very short “to do” list.

Does such a company exist? A company where both the entrance requirements and productivity requirements are the same for everyone?

It absolutely does…

Click here for more information about a company that I think can offer what you are looking for.

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7 thoughts on “MLM Does Not Care”

  1. Nice to see this post on MLM. I am in MLM and love it for so many reasons. This type of business is the way of the future. Thank you for sharing on #overthemoon

    1. How lovely to meet a fellow MLMer. I would love to hear what company you are with and how you are doing.

  2. I agree with you. I have dabbled in MLM and I like it. Just do not have the time right now to give it all I’ve got 🙂 Thanks for linking up at Over The Moon!

    1. I hear you. It does take a dedicated commitment of time. Thankfully most people are able to fit it itno the nooks and crannies of their lives.

  3. I’ve tried my hand at MLM and it is definitely not for everyone. I have many friends who are part of it and they are very successful, I’m just not the go-getter you need to be for it work. Thank you for sharing your honesty, Cindy, and for sharing with Thankful Thursdays.

    1. Lori,
      Thanks you for reading. I think that honesty is definitely the best policy when it comes to MLM.

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