What does Forbes Magazine have to say about Baby Boomers and Network Marketing? Part 2

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“What does Forbes Magazine have to say about Baby Boomrs and Network Marketing? Part 2” is about – Oh the money you can make! By the way, if you didn’t catch Part 1, you will want to!

“The Average 50 year old is estimated to have less than $50K in a retirement savings. And there is growing disenchantment with their careers.”

So according to this article in Forbes by Robert Laura, “I believe that the entire (MLM) industry is poised for explosive growth an can be one of the most significant solutions to America’s current retirement savings crisis.”

In today’s video I talk about the reasons for this. Here are the highlights.

~ You determine what you make. The sky is the limit. No cap like a standard job.

~ You have a made for you business, without all the hassle of starting it yourself. You can hear my standard business owner story in the video. And a hint – it’s quite different from doing Network Marketing!

~ You have very little investment – but that can also affect your commitment

~ Consistent time commitment and attitude have a lot to do with it.

~ Not a get rich quick scheme.

~ If you treat it as a hobby, you will be paid accordingly.

~ It doesn’t feel like work!

~ Wonderful thing is the work you put in today can pay you for years.

Have a great day! And please Comment and Share!

Feel free to reach out to me:
Email: KayFekete@KayFekete.com
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P.S. One of the most influential people on my life for my Network Marketing Profession has been Robert Hollis. Reading his book “How Is That Working?”, has really changed how I look at my profession. I will be doing a review of the book in the coming days, but you can take advantage of what this Amazon best selling author, who has made millions in this profession, has to say by grabbing this book for free! You will not be disappointed. As he says, if an out of work auto-mechanic with dyslexia can do it, YOU can do it!

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