When One Door Closes Another Door Opens

Leaders, and leaders in training, understand that when one door closes another one opens.

As a business owner, I've been speaking with successful network marketing professionals about their business model. It's a great one – just not one that I can do very well myself.

I'm not the most social person you will meet. I once told my husband that I was going to try a network marketing company and product as an additional revenue source. When he stopped laughing he asked me if I was serious. When I said yes, he said “I have no doubt you will be successful. I have doubts that you will be happy”. Oh he knows me well. Continuous social interaction is not something I enjoy. Nor do I enjoy selling. It's one of the reasons I love internet marketing.

Marketing is about people. Internet marketing is about refining a message to a specific group of people that need or want the product or service I have to offer. Internet marketing is something I know well and do well. And I'm happy doing it.

Seeing Opportunities

In this business I look for opportunities to expand my streams of revenue. I don't always see them. Sometimes it's after they've come and gone when I realize that I could have/should have jumped on board.

I'm not sorry, though. And that's because I would much rather be in a position of looking to the long term. I'm more interested in building a business that will last more than just a year or two. I want to build a business that I can talk about 5 years from, 10 years from now. 

I can with my business now. Having started in 2008 I'm still here, doing internet marketing for businesses and offering individuals the opportunity to learn how to do it themselves.

I've been teaching individuals and groups since 2009, now I have a system and products that I believe in that will teach these individuals the current methods of successful internet marketing – at a cost that is much less than paying me to teach them. Then again, should they jump on board this opportunity, they'll be a part of my team, so I will be teaching them – just not the business set up and maintenance. I teach leadership and business skills. I teach how to be a professional in a world of unprofessional marketers.

If you're interested in joining my team, I'd love to have you on board. You can learn more here: >>>>Learn More<<<<

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  1. I love that you brought yourself to internet marketing w/o compromising who you are. I’m not a social person either, which is one reason I am drawn to internet marketing. It’s refreshing, and eye-opening, to look at it from your viewpoint. Thanks for the insight!

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