I got into network marketing back in early 2013 with no clue what the term network marketing even meant. All I knew was it had the potential to get me out of the 9-to-5 career I hated. Just over 2 years later, it did just that. Officially gave my notice and never looked back.
Since then, I have co-created the Workshop Warrior Institute and have been mentoring folks from around the world on how to make their dreams a reality. And to my surprise, I learned that I’m not the only one…
According to a recent survey, 54% of Americans say they would prefer to be their own boss.
Folks in the UK, 37% of the citizens there want to be self-employed. And in China, 56% want to be self-employed.
The desire to be a business owner, aka “the boss” is a powerful pull. But the same survey found that many people’s dreams of entrepreneurship are quashed by finance-related fears. Others are concerned about irregular income and capital.
Network marketing offers low-risk, high-rewards, flexible hours, controlled income, true job security, however, it takes real work much like running a brick and mortar business.
Yet, each year, as the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations reports that some 91.5 million people are part of this business model worldwide. Just in the US alone, 15.6 million people are building their own business through network marketing.
Check this out. The retail sales in this industry is at $153 billion globally with $29.8 billion of those sales in the US. Is this a legit thing? And can you make money? You bet!
Here are my Top 5 Reasons why Network Marketing is a good business model.