This is a great question that many people have, but can’t get a straight answer to. If you ask your upline how long it took them to make 6 figures in Network Marketing, the answers will vary probably from 6 months to 4 years or more. But the best and most accurate answer is…
The AVERAGE person will NEVER make 6 figures in Network Marketing.
This is a simple system and a simple process, but it requires hard work and dedication – more work and dedication than the average person is willing to put in.
The Opposite of “Ordinary”
If you put in ordinary effort, devote an ordinary amount of time to personal development and education, and stick with Network Marketing for an ordinary amount of time, you will get ordinary results.
Considering that most people who sign on as distributors in Network Marketing never make a single sale or get a single sign-up, that is probably what you can expect as “ordinary”.
To make 6 figures in Network Marketing (or more), you need to go above and beyond “average” and “ordinary”. You need to be EXTRA-ordinary.
Only with extraordinary effort, extraordinary personal development and education, and extraordinary perseverance will you get extraordinary results. That is true not only in Network Marketing, but in anything you choose to do in life.
Do What No One Else Is Willing To Do
In order to make 6 figures in Network Marketing (or more), you need to learn skills that are worth 6 figures and then put those skills into action. Few people will be willing to learn the skills. And of the people who learn the skills, few of those will take action. But if you’re willing and able to do those two things, you will get the extraordinary results you are looking for.
Remember – In Network Marketing, if you are willing to do the work no one else is willing to do, you will earn for yourself a lifestyle that no one else has.
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Todd A. Getts