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Who are celebrities? Celebrities can be anyone who has a large number of fans or followers. They are movie stars, athletes, politicians, singers, talk show host, business people, authors and the list goes on.
Why celebrities join network marketing? There are different reasons why celebrities join network marketing.
1. They realize that their popularity isn’t forever. The popularity can fade as well. When they are no longer popular, their income will stop coming. So, they make use of their name as an attraction marketing and people will join their business because of their persona. I have seen business people join network marketing. They make advantages of their connections. As long as they’re working, they connect with people and they can build another business without making a large investment and their 2nd business is network marketing business.
2. They want to help people to build their network marketing home business. Because of their persona, influence and expertise, they can convince people to invest in network marketing home business. The examples are Donald Trump and Robert T. Kiyosaki. They both recommend network marketing.
I have seen the examples how busy the celebrities are and they still have time to join network marketing. Why not you? I guess we all can learn from the celebrities. The difference is how we spend our spare time. If you are not a celebrity, you can build your reputation from now on. How? via social media online of course. Don’t let these building blocks stop you from joining network marketing:
- Listen to the negative perceptions of people that network marketing doesn’t work.
- Have fear of failure. All celebrities have overcome the fear failure to achieve their success and they love challenges.
- Not ready to work hard for the long term benefits “passive income”.
- Get used to security of their job. Secure means NO GAIN. Does your employer assure you that you can work to them for lifetime? The answer is NO. Your employer will hire you as long as they need you. The economic recession and the rising of young graduates may be the threats for your job.
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