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What is a common enemy even for those with the employee mindset?

by skoda on August 10, 2011

Let’s face it, those of us in Network marketing know it is a better way than the traditional working for someone else, however, we sometimes struggle to get our point across to communicate with those in J.O.B’s. This blog, with some help from my friends, will help you greatly with the process of talking to those with the employee mindset about a home business.

What is a common enemy even for those with the employee mindset?

That’s simple, taxes. Everyone hates taxes and everyone believes they are paying too much. Course some think the wealthiest should pay more but hopefully we never encourage those that create all the jobs for the working class to move to another country, er, wait a minute, that may force those with jobs to look at network marketing…never mind, that’s definitely a topic for another day, back to my point…

It is near impossible to talk to employees about owning or starting a home business because they simply don’t think that way. However, if you educate them that on average an employee without a home business throws away $20 PER DAY due to paying too much in taxes, they may just listen to you.

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What Mark, Erwin and Olu shared in Tampa Bay made a lot of sense. 

Talking to someone with an employee, punch the clock mindset about being an entrepreneur is like trying to speak italian to someone who is russian, says my friend Erwin. One thing that everyone on the planet understands is losing money and paying taxes. If you teach them that every morning that they wake up without a home business is like opening your kitchen window and tossing a $20 bill on the ground, then they pay attention. Erwin and his awesome team even shared with me the tools they are using.

So basically, most employees throw away $20 each day and don’t even realize it.  The stubborness has to stop!  That’s why our Country has an economic crisis.  Stubborness, ego and “I’m always right” attitude.  Stop the Rat Race and get involved with something that really matters…..

 

 

  • Godwin

    Yes Josh, this is a good approach in network marketing, people hate taxes, but they must be ready for the effort.

  • Also the fact they have to work before they see any income… How lazy do people want to be with their financial future? 

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