Network Marketing Survival - Introduction

Over the next few weeks, I will be posting sections from Network Marketing Survival - How to Survive in the Network Marketing Jungle. Complete this form to download the whole book as a free PDF
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THE SHOCKING TRUTH!

If you are reading this book, let me first congratulate you if you are a newcomer to the world of MLM and allowing me to impart my experiences on the industry to help you in taking the first step into this fantastic industry.

My intentions of writing this book is to help and provide people generic information that would apply to any company regardless on their marketing/compensation plan, product, team, country or even offline or online! 

It is indeed a shocking truth to find out that over 95% of network marketers or home based business owners are operating their business at a LOSS!

How scary if you are reading this for the first time.

Well thankfully if we all worshiped statistics fanatically, most people today will be afraid to drive cars or even go to school (e.g. the percentage of road accidents and how many students in a class ‘make it’ in getting distinctions)

We all want to be smart people and rather be in the top 5% being the ones making the money now, don’t we? Of course we do. 

It is sad that countless of poor victims join the industry, uninformed, and when they run into problems, they usually put the blame on the company, the team or even the industry itself!

That is why we hope to avoid such unfortunate circumstances.

Even if you have been involved, this information is invaluable because it might teach you things you have missed out or information to help your downline.

Let’s proceed…


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