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An MLM opportunity is just that, an opportunity. An opportunity to build a thriving business on a bootstrap. When you meet and pitch your business opportunity to someone, success might mean a million dollar “agent” working for you. Or it could just be a stagnant one time sale.

It is important to choose the right customer or agent. So often we are desperate to make that one sale and we seldom stop to make a critical evaluation of our customer, who might turn out to be the next star in our network.

It is true that the bulk of our customers will turn out to be just consumers. And that the sale to a consumer is also a sale. Still, making that extra effort to seek customers who turn out to be first class salespeople pays enormous dividends.

In choosing the right person, we have to get back to basics. Network Marketing is all about relationships. In fact, all marketing is about relationships, and network marketing is even more so.

We have to look for people oriented people. People who can put others at ease and build lasting friendships from day one. This is the raw material we need in the person.

The other ingredients are:-

– a passionate desire to undertake the business and

– knowledge needed for the business

And we’ll have a dynamo on our hands, Insya’Allah.

In the meantime, to those of you who are interested, I do have an opportunity that may make a lot of business sense to you. It does to me. It’s an exciting business opportunity for Malaysians. It’s a great way to earn part time income, until it overtakes your full time income. Then you can build it into a passive income source. It’s SCORE A, an online educational portal that now allows everyone to score in their exams!!! Read about some of the characteristics of the product here.

Email me at more.income28@gmail.com with your name, town, hp number and the best time for me to call you. Thank you for reading this post.

Best regards

Anwar

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All of us must have heard about the term “Seeing is believing.” This school of thought says that till we see something with our own eyes, then we should not believe it.

Well, how many of us have seen a dead rhino, or an elephant giving birth, or an eagle laying an egg? Yet, we all agree that these things are true.

What about the case of a spectacular show that a friend recommends us to see? Should we see it first to believe? Or do we trust our friend and see the show based on his recommendation. The more cynical amongst is insist that “seeing is believing”, though they too, will believe that eagles lay eggs, and rhinos die.

In business, many decisions are made on the basis of forecasts and projections. Banks insist that we should provide our projections and business plans. Things which are based on the future and currently unseen. Though our present status plays a huge part in lending credibility to our projections, they are still projections.

Recently I read a statement by Encik Idris Jala, the MD of Malaysian Airlines. He quoted a saying from one of his favourite books,

“When we truly want something, the universe conspires to help us achieve it”.

This statement perhaps, sums up the essence of “believing to see”. When we truly want something and truly believe that we can get it, then we “get help” from sources that we cannot see. And we end up getting what we want.

This is also the theory behind the art of mediation and passing messages to our brains when we are in an alpha state.

 Change ourselves by changing the way we think!

Change ourselves by changing what we believe!

In the Direct Marketing industry, the statement “believe to see” is often repeated. It is a manner of motivating the recruits that they should visualise the successful growth of their respective businesses.

I have a very healthy respect for the “believe to see” approach. I strongly believe that the undertaking that I have embarked upon has all the ingredients of a wildly successful business.

I have to believe! And I have to work hard! Insya’Allah, success should be mine!

In the meantime, to those of you who are interested, I do have an opportunity that may make a lot of business sense to you. It does to me. It’s an exciting business opportunity for Malaysians. It’s a great way to earn part time income, until it overtakes your full time income. Then you can build it into a passive income source.

It’s SCORE A, an online educational portal that now allows everyone to score in their exams!!! Read about some of the characteristics of the product here.

Email me at more.income28@gmail.com with your name, town, hp number and the best time for me to call you.

Thank you for reading this post.

Best regards

Anwar

This was the title of Kim Klaver’s survey that she did in January 09.

A total of 13 questions were asked in the survey, and the results (you can see them yourself here), are quite startling. I have not been able to find a corresponding survey in Malaysia, though.

 

The ones that interested me were:

 

a)    What’s keeping you with the company more? Product (61.0%), The money (22.8%)

 

b)    Are the products alone worth being part of the business? Yes (82.1%), No (14.3%)

 

c)     What’s easier in this economic environment: To sell product or to recruit business builders? Selling Product (23.7%), Recruiting (20.9%), Both are hard (43.0%)

 

So it seems (though the sample size was 250), that most people get into MLM because of the product. Later they find out or feel that it is tough to sell the product or to recruit. This is something that we shall talk about more in coming posts.

 

It also makes absolute sense, since if there is a lousy product to market, how on earth can we make a business opportunity out of that product.

 

I entered into this SCORE A opportunity because I think this is a fantastic product. A product that my family has been using since September 08 and on a grand scale since November 08.

 

I am convinced that there are a lot more people like me out there who would feel the same way about the product if I could get through the thick defence shield they put up once they hear the word MLM!

 

In the meantime, to those of you who are interested, I do have an opportunity that may make a lot of business sense to you. It does to me. It’s a business opportunity for all Malaysians. It’s a way to earn passive income for Malaysians or a way to earn part time income for Malaysians.

 

It’s SCORE A, an online educational portal that now allows everyone to score!!!

 

Read about some of the characteristics of the product here.

 

Email me at more.income28@gmail.com with your name, town, hp number and the best time for me to call you.

 

Thank you for reading this post.

 

Best regards

 

Anwar

 

 

An Elevator Pitch has been defined as a concise, carefully planned, and well-practiced description about our business that anyone should be able to understand if we only had about a minute or so to deliver this pitch.

BusinessKnowHow.com lists six questions that our Elevator Pitch should answer:

  1. What is our product or service?
  2. Who is our market? 
  3. What is our revenue model? 
  4. Who is behind the company? 
  5. Who is our competition? 
  6. What is our competitive advantage?

The Dumb Little Man, an immensely popular “Tips for Life” blog also lists his ideas on how to craft a killer elevator pitch that will land you big business.

 

In Network Marketing and in any sales position, where we very often get unexpected and very short opportunities to explain our business, we should have a crafted Elevator Pitch ready and handy at all times. It would not do for us to open our note books and read out a prepared text. Rather the EP should be memorized and we should be able to articulate it smoothly and with passion.

 

And if the rules for preparing and delivering an Elevator Pitch had been   followed, we should be able to convince our prospect to carve out some time for us.

 

So go ahead and prepare your Elevator Pitch. And if you are interested in hearing mine, send me an email titled “Elevator Pitch” to more.income28@gmail.com.

 

In the meantime, to those of you who are interested, I do have an opportunity that may make a lot of business sense to you. It does to me. It’s a business opportunity for all Malaysians. It’s a way to earn passive income for Malaysians or a way to earn part time income for Malaysians.

 

It’s SCORE A, an online educational portal that now allows everyone to score!!!

 

Read about some of the characteristics of the product here.

 

Email me at more.income28@gmail.com with your name, town, hp number and the best time for me to call you.

 

Thank you for reading this post.

 

Best regards

 

Anwar

Let’s continue on this topic which must rank as one of the most often heard response from a prospect by a MLMer.

 

In the last article we discussed the fear of rejection, being the actual reason why this excuse is often put forward. Now let’s talk a little about the second part of this rejection, i.e.

 

“believing that this being turned down would have a permanent effect on the relationship  between us and the prospect.”

 

What do you think?

 

If you were an uninterested observer, would you think that permanent damage would be done to a relationship if one party declines to participate in any business deal with another?

 

I would think that most people would say no! But that is when we are uninterested observers.

 

When we are directly involved, then our mind set changes, and the fear sets in.

 

Of course, the manner in which we try to recruit or sell to the prospect makes a difference. Lying, being rude, being irresponsible with promises, disrespectful of the prospects time constraints all matter. But then, these would matter in any other case, anyway.

 

If our approach is polite and is done during an appointment made for this specific purpose, then we should have no fear. Only if we become a pest should we have to worry about our relationship being affected.

 

So let’s be professional. Prepare our best sales pitch as suited for the prospect. Deliver the pitch as best as we can. And after all this, the prospect is not interested, then we move on. The rest of the world is still out there!

 

 

In the meantime, to those of you who are interested, I do have one opportunity that may make a lot of business sense to you. It does to me. It’s a business opportunity for all Malaysians. It’s a way to earn passive income for Malaysians or a way to earn part time income for Malaysians. Read about some of the characteristics of the product here.

 

Email me at more.income28@gmail.com with your name, town, hp number and the best time for me to call you.

 

Thanks for reading this post.

 

Best regards

 

Anwar

 

 

 

 

 

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We can perhaps divide the world’s population into 3 clear groups. The workers or employees, the employers and the others who come from the more impoverished countries, unable to find or to provide jobs. Given that most employers have more than one worker, the 1st group must be a very significant group.

Yet a large majority of employees yearn to do their own business.

 

I read an interesting article by Leonard Clements, where he quoted a survey done in 1991 with the simple question, “If all obstacles were removed, would you like to own your business”. 85% said yes. (I would have said “yes” immediately too.)

 

Going deeper to find out why this 85% were not starting their own businesses, it was realised that :-

 

“it was never about preferring to work for someone else’s

business, but rather because of the fear of starting your own.”

 

And the 4 fears highest on the list were :-

 

– It takes too much money.

– It takes too much time.

– There’s too much risk.

– They didn’t know how.

 

I can totally relate to the results of this survey.

 

We prefer to continue working at our jobs with the safety of the paycheck and then complain about not having freedom and independence, rather than taking a leap into the unknown. Fear keeps us back.

 

Well, MLM offers a way out. It allows us an opportunity to fully explore our entrepreneurial spirit in a manner that avoids the 4 biggest fears that we have.

 

MLM has a low cost of entry. It’s unlike traditional businesses which may need space, workers or other administrative support and associated costs.

 

MLM has a powerful leveraging system. If used well and correctly, the downline should expand giving us income from other people’s time and  effort.

 

MLM comes with a support system that takes care of our “lack of know how” till we get the experience and find our own bearings.

 

MLM can be done within whatever time limits we set ourselves. We and we alone decide on the time to spend on the business. Just like anything else, the less time we spend, especially at the beginning start up stage, the less are the rewards.

 

MLM can be done whilst still maintaining our main job. So we don’t have to take the risk of cutting loose before the MLM income reaches our employment income.

 

With all these advantages, then why is MLM so looked down upon? There are some reasons which we shall study in our next post.

 

In the meantime, to those of you who are interested, I do have one opportunity that may make a lot of business sense. It does to me. Email me at more.income28@gmail.com with your name, town, hp number and the best time for me to call you.

 

Thanks for reading this post.

 

Best regards

 

Anwar

 

 

 

Passive income has been defined as income that you earn after making some “one time” effort, but much less effort is required to maintain it.

 

Examples may be portfolio income, which are interest and dividends earned from investments in stocks and bonds. Others may be rental income from property, royalties from publishing books or from music recordings, etc.

 

Another good example is a salesperson’s income from commissions on sales. This is often called residual income. Examples may be insurance commissions from premiums paid by the insured, which accrue to the agent for a number of years.

 

There is no such thing as effortless income. Effort, commitment, hard work and dedication are all prerequisites. You may notice that none of these requirements require any special skill or capital.

 

For most ordinary Malaysians, adequate capital is a setback. Many Malaysians may also not have the skills, knowledge and creativity needed to publish a book or to write commercially acceptable music.

 

One powerful method for the ordinary Malaysian to earn passive income is MLM, or multi level marketing. Though there may be some objections to this system, none will be able to dispute the power of MLM or Direct Selling as it is sometimes known.

“I think network marketing is the best system for the average person, yes. I say again, if in the corporate world you don’t sell within the first months, you’re fired. In network marketing they’ll work with you to achieve. What a deal that is! They will work with you to become free. Isn’t that wonderful? That’s revolutionary.”
                                                                   – Robert Kiyosaki, author Rich Dad Poor Dad

 

For any business to be sustainable and successful, it must first fill a need. The business must have a product or service that meets a compelling need in society. MLM is merely the distribution channel, though it is one of the most powerful distribution channels devised by man.

 

So to my fellow Malaysians who lack capital and are looking for ways and means to earn additional, part time or passive income, I would honestly and enthusiastically recommend MLM.

 

And first of all, for them to check and ensure that the product or service meets a compelling need in Malaysian society.

 

We do have such a product. A product that meets a screaming need of almost every Malaysian parent with school going children from Standard 1 – Form 3.

 

This opportunity is available to everyone no matter where they are in Malaysia. Be it, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Sabah, Sarawak, Perak or Johor or any other State in Malaysia.

 

The question is really this. Are you ready to take this opportunity?

 

Are you willing to invest the effort, hard work, commitment and dedication to take the plunge and build a river of passive income flowing into your bank accounts?

 

If your answer is yes, please email me with your details (Name, Town, HP Number, Best time for me to call you) to more.income28@gmail.com


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