Monday, September 10, 2007

Why MLMers join Liberty League

Multi-level marketing (MLM) is a great industry. I'll be grateful for it simply because it offered me a way to get involved in free enterprise. Of course, it could have just as easily been something that wasn't MLM....but I'll give credit where credit is due: MLM taught me about leverage and passive income. And that's a good thing.

So, why are there so many people who are leaving the traditional "multi-level" pay plans and shifting to the business model offered by Liberty League?

There are several reasons we could explore:
  • the ability to earn larger commissions
  • the distaste that many have for seeing most of their commissions roll up to their uplines every month
  • the mandatory product purchases
  • etc.
But, I believe the #1 factor involved is that people are realizing that the Liberty League pay plan offers people the ability to earn a larger income more quickly.

Consider a $1,000 profit from a single sale in Liberty League.

In a standard MLM pay plan where you might earn $5 for every person ordering products every month in your would take you nearly SIXTEEN YEARS to earn $1,000 on that person's product purchases.

Sixteen years! And anyone who's been involved in MLM for any length of time knows that -- not only do customers last that long -- the company itself may not survive that long!

Many marketers have begun to realize that it takes no more time, effort or energy to earn a $1,000 profit as it does to enroll someone into an MLM and earn $20.

So, if you're going to work a business for 15-20 hours a week, it only makes sense to work one that's going to pay you what you're worth.

It all boils down to one question: what is your time worth?

In "The Age of Speed", author Vince Poscente reveals an interesting fact. Check this out:

==> Since 1955, the average American's income (after inflation) has tripled...but the life expectancy is only ten years longer.

In other words, you have THREE times as many options today as you did 50 years ago....but the time you have to enjoy them (your lifespan) is not much longer.

A simple analogy would be to picture two children at a state fair. One has $5 and the other has $20...but they both only have one hour to spend it.

The child with $5 can make a simple choice: do I want to ride the Ferris Wheel or would I rather buy some cotton candy? He can pretty much do one or the other and has plenty of time to do it.

The child with $20 has a more difficult choice: she wants some cotton candy, a turkey leg, a ride on the Ferris Wheel and a ride on the bumper cars. She's can afford it all but only has time for some of them. She can't spend too much time on one thing or she will have to give up something else she wants. A long line at the cotton candy booth might mean she can't ride the Ferris Wheel.

So, in order to do everything she wants, she has to find a way to speed up. Her need for speed is greater than the first child's.

Here's the point:

The average person today is becoming more and more aware of all the luxury and comfort that is available in a lifetime. When you're in a business where you can create your own income, you have more options.

We want to do big things. Meaningful things. Everything we dream of.

We want to learn another language.
We want to see the Pyramids.
We want to live in the Caribbean for a month.
We want to have time with family.
We want to run a marathon.
We want to go snowboarding in Whistler.
We want to write a book.
We want to give back to the community.

And how much time do we have to do it all? Eighty years? Fifty? Thirty? How much longer do you have? The clock is ticking. And you still haven't rode the Ferris Wheel.

To do all the things that we want to do, we need speed. Because, these things require freedom...and freedom requires money. And the faster you can earn the money, the faster you can start living the freedom you want.

More and more marketers are figuring this out. MLM is a great way for someone to become a hundredaire or a thousandaire.

But, if you want to create a multiple six-figure income and get that done in the next 6-12 months....well, then Liberty League is one of the few ways to create that.

And it doesn't take any more time or effort than enrolling someone into a multi-level deal to earn $5 a month on someone's order.

The life you want also wants you. It's waiting. When you get started is going to be up to you. If you want to do it sooner than later, you need speed.

Tony Rush
Summit Advisor,
Liberty League International

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