To help you in selecting the correct product, you need proper guidelines. It is recommended that you invest some money in online tutorials & follow the step by step procedure which you learn in these courses.

Remember; don’t try to prospect everyone for your business because unfortunately not everyone is ideally suited to be in business for themselves. It’s sad, but true. So in order to find the right people for your MLM Business simply focus on a target market. Look for people with a track record of success and possess good business skills.

Prospecting strangers isn’t worth the hassle (time, energy, sweat, blood, tears and not to mention the headaches). Prospecting these types of people for your business Will take a lot out of you. (Just thinking about it, makes me cringe). Facing rejection from the wrong kinds of people is one of the main “killers” for many new home business owners. Don’t let it happen to you, or anyone in your organization. Don’t prospect strangers.

3) You should be provided with marketing materials that will get you started immediately. New business owners will not have the knowledge to create their own marketing materials. Of course, when you are more experienced, it will always be a good idea to learn how to create your own materials.

If at all possible, try to separate your “home office” from the rest of your home. If you don’t have the luxury of a separate room, a room partition or screen can be just as helpful. This also serves as a visual cue to family that you’re working and shouldn’t be bothered.

Plan income strategy. For most people, they start with salaries. But don’t forget that your job isn’t your only means of income. Starting a side business, a money making hobby, or even making money online are viable options for extra income.

2) Create wealth for yourself, not your employer Your employer makes more money off you than what your employer pays you. That is called profit (your employer’s profit). If this does not describe your current work situation then either A). You work for a non-profit company, B). Your employer is about to fire you, or C). Your company is going out of business. In today’s economic condition many people are facing either an or B. Food for thought!!!