Jose Miguel Arbulu
This often happens when the people who run the company know little of marketing networks. They have perhaps been successful entrepreneurs in the corporate world who decided to venture into the multilevel as profitable, but do not understand the culture of the Network Marketing, its codes and values a culture in which the Distributor is not a simple employee. So the message is very simple: If you’re looking at an MLM business opportunity, evaluates these 3 aspects. Require the person who introduces you to the business to show data such as:-how much to invoice the company a month. -What percentage of the invoiced remains for the company. -Who directs the company and what record of success has. -How many distributors earn above US $1,000 per month in residual income (and not by bonds of home) and in how much time they have succeeded. -How much invests the company in the development of new products and plans has in this regard.
-What quality of corporate events, infrastructure and logistics has. -If ever the company has failed to pay commissions and has run out of product. I imagine that more intelligent questions occur to you. Don’t be afraid to make them. The person who invites you to your business is obliged to answer them. Beyond of the confidence and credibility that have the person that you prospecto, looking at a business and a business are numbers.
You will then see all the other items, such as training, leadership, personal development, etc. But if you’re not a company that, in principle, be healthy from head, little will serve you the most enthusiastic Distributor, disciplined and prepared in the world. I hope that this has left you things more clear. To your success!