Network Marketing is a 4 Letter Word

Network marketing

Network marketing is a kind of business opportunity which is very popular with people seeking part time with companies that are adaptive. Network marketing models feature a low upfront investment–typically just a few hundred dollars for the purchase of a product–and the chance to share the product line with others.

The company pays people for sharing the product through word of mouth. We generally share products with others anyway, but this is a way to earn from the referral.  It is referral marketing, simply put. Word of mouth is still the #1 most successful form of advertising. “Even with the explosion of review applications and sites (eg, Yelp, Google, Urbanspoon), research clearly demonstrates, that word of mouth—product or service recommendations made by friends, co-workers, or neighbors you know and trust—is still the most effective way to win new customers.” Shawn P. O’Connor, Bloomberg Businessweek 

Now, here is the question. Why are we okay listening to our friends about a movie, but not a product they have tried with a company willing to reward them? For what reason do we get annoyed, just because the company is giving them a commission for sharing it? Why would we not want our closest friends to get ahead financially by simply sharing a great product. If they are our friends, wouldn’t we trust them?

By utilizing a Network Marketing Model of business, the company and the customers are rewarded. Most network marketing plans also build business around participants recruiting other sales representatives, very much like executive headhunters. Only in a traditional corporation, the CEO and Executive officers are the ones making the majority of the money. In Network Marketing, the earning potential is up to the individual. If they work hard and become a great leader for their organization, they can make 6 or 7 figures. They do this by helping others do the same. It is a win win business plan.

Let us consider some of these points:

1 Why do we fear our own success: A Lack of adequate information about Network Marketing is one reason. It is natural to fear what one does not understand and Network Marketing has been greatly misunderstood in the past. The other reason we fear, is because deep down we don’t feel like we can do it and be successful. Network Marketing businesses do not fail people. People quit. That is what causes the biggest failure rate in Network Marketing.

2. Referral marketing: Referral marketing is a procedure by supporting customers and contacts or merchandise to raise word of mouth advertising. On-Line referral marketing is the net based strategy to referral marketing that is conventional. By monitoring customer behavior online through using internet browser cookies and similar technology, on-line referral marketing could supply a higher level of liability than models that are offline. Social media has become another form of referral marketing as consumers share their positive or negative reviews about a company or product.

3. What else can give you Residual income with low overhead? Traditional businesses can cost $2000 to several million just to get started and then you will have a considerable overhead each month.

4. Extra income by sharing a product: marketing or sharing a company’s product is also a means of generating income.

5. How much of a raise would you need to get just $200 extra a month? Think about it.

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Embrace the Weird

Originally posted on Question. Listen. Think. Reflect.:

I love TED Talks. I always learn something new, and they make the time on the treadmill go by really quickly. Yesterday I stumbled upon a talk given by Martin Davidson.

His talk, full of humor, is about being “little w” and “capital W” weird and it’s brilliant. If you’ve seen TED Talks before then I do not need to beg you to watch this video. If you have never seen a TED Talk, I implore you to take 20 minutes, during lunch or a coffee break, to tune in and imagine a world where we could all be as “Weird” as we were meant to be.

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Eat For Happiness


We all want to feel our best and feel happy. Some days we can feel down and fed up, some of us may even suffer from depression. What you may not realize is that these feelings of depression or simply feeling down can be combated with the food we eat.

Have you ever felt that tired lethargic feeling when you couldn’t be bothered to get up and do anything? Our brains require sugar in the form of glucose to stay alert and efficient. Sadly when we feel down like this we tend to reach for the easiest option such as refined sugar in chocolate, sweets and fizzy drinks. While these foods offer us a sugar hit and energy boost, we also suffer the after effects and a slump in blood sugar levels.

These swings from high sugar to low sugar accentuate our mood swings and can leave us feeling worse than before our sugar binge. So what foods are the best to eat for a steady mood and feeling of happiness?

We need to focus on foods which promote the production of serotonin. Serotonin is released within our brain and is our natural feel good hormone. Foods which promote this feel good hormone are;


Brown rice


Green vegetables – such as broccoli, peppers and sugar snap peas

Garlic and cinnamon  – they help to regulate insulin production which will in turn regulate sugar levels.

Turkey and yogurt (perhaps not together) are great sources of tryptophan. Tryptophan is released before serotonin and aids the production of this wonderful feel good hormone.

Eggs, avocados and almonds all contain amino acids, they help our body produce dopamine which can give our brains a feel good boost.

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