The “Industrial Age,” which ended in 2000, was overthrown by “The Information Age”. We now live in the dawn of this new age. Everything (or almost everything) in society (worldwide or U.S.) changes very quickly. When you think of network marketing, one immediately thinks MLM, Pyramids, work-at–home jobs and scams. Also warm marketing of all kinds and shades, taste parties, and much more. You can buy physical gold IRA in this site.
One thinks about the thousands of companies that want to directly sell their products and then attempts his/her luck. I’ve been involved with several of them, though I won’t mention their names. They wanted to sell me soaps. Lotions, cosmetics. Weight loss, diets. motor oil. Lawyers. Trips. Tickets. Network Marketing can be a complex science that must be learned and practiced until you become an expert. This will take time and effort. This is why approximately 98% drop out of the program after only a few weeks, or months.
This is a brief comical tale about my experiences in MLM. I believe that I started my MLM career with AMWAY (?) When I was in high school, 1958 was when AMWAY (?) first introduced me to the world. Jim Backus was the spokesperson. Many of us remember him as the voice behind Mr. Magoo. But my father discovered that I was doing it and stopped me. It was many years before I tried again. I believe my first attempt was with “Amerivox”, which were telephone cards. The stock is mine. After I got started, the company went bust. There were many more failures. They were mostly due to my lack knowledge. I think the main reason could be summarized as I didn’t know what to do! Is this also your problem? I discovered something that would allow me to grow and has a future.
It is all I know! It is what I believe that makes me think the way I do. In our beautiful economic system, cracks and crevices were discovered around 2008, or two years ago. It was more than an American phenomenon. It marked the beginning of a global recession. Many people lost their jobs, their way of life, and much more. Their IRA’s, 401K’s all fell in value. Right now, the dollar is at war with all other “fiat”, or paper currencies.
It would be easy to say that optimism is the elixir the weak. But I am not weak. I am 72! I’d rather spend five to six hours per day learning the vast knowledge required to be successful in network marketing. I believe that survival and well-being will be dependent on saving Gold and Silver rather than putting a ton of money into an IRA, 401K or other financial institution. Maybe I’m wrong. I do hope that there is a turning point for us all.
Thank you for reading.