Sunday, 17 July 2011

You Don't Search For Opportunities, You Attract Them!

Folks say you attract opportunities in your life. I can vow on that!

I was looking for an opportunity to free myself from my 9 to 5 job when a friend invited me to look into network marketing. Initially, I was not interested as I thought "this is not my cup of tea". But after drilling through the pros and cons of many other ventures, I found this to be the best vehicle for me in achieving my dream of time freedom.

Here's what I found out...
  1. No risk - unlike employment where the are chances of being retrenched, this is a business where I am my own boss.
  2. Low capital - the only real investment is time in exchange for this lifetime business. Since this is an e-commerce business,  there's no need to worry about keeping stock, paying for rental and not be limited by geographical boundaries
  3. Work from home - no more 9 to 5 restriction like a job
  4. Established system - this industry has been around for over 50 years, I love the idea of following a proven success system.
  5. Team work rather than working alone - the beauty of working as a team is that we can leverage on the team's knowledge, expertise and time to build massive results rarely seen done alone!
Some folks believe this to be sales and are afraid of losing friends if they do this business. I beg to differ, as I  made even more friends than before! This positive circle of friends encourages me when I feel down, they cheer for me when I achieve my goals, and we help each other to grow and become a better person.

I felt blessed to work with my dream team, Formidable. The leaders are humble and passionate about the industry.

In which industry do you have successful leaders that holds your hand and say "I will guide you through this journey until your dreams come true"?

What is your dream? What are your plans to achieve them? If you are working towards your dream, that's great! If not, why not give yourself a chance with this vehicle?


Jessie Chow

5 comments:

  1. Wow...thank you for your clarity of this industry. Well done!

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  2. I like it! Thank you

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  3. I always think this industry is "the most misunderstood industry" because people is "looking from the outside".

    Thanks Jessie for making it clear.

    Well done!

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  4. Great sharing,

    You gave our industry another well deserved "plus point"

    thanks

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