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Explaining the M.L.M. Home Business Concept - Harvesting Success

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the poor and the rich is by looking at agriculture...

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Explaining the M.L.M. Home Business Concept - Harvesting Success
Copyright © 2006 Danny Despres
Downline Partners

Perhaps one of the best ways to illustrate the difference between
the poor and the rich is by looking at agriculture...

A farmer buys some seeds and all the machinery required to
plant, grow and harvest them. Then the farmer spends months of
unpaid work and a lot of his money to grow his seeds so that he
can harvest later on and finally reap the rewards of all his
hard work.

To speed things up, the farmer can spend more of his money and
hire workers to plant and grow his seeds for him. The workers
then invest their time to grow the farmer's business and when
harvesting time comes, the workers get nothing of the rewards as
they were already rewarded for their work (salary). The farmer
makes so much (prof!ts) from selling his harvest that he can pay
more and more workers to do his work for him. The farmer ends up
doing less and less work himself yet make more and more money.

10 years pass and the worker is still stuck in the same hole,
still working hard for his money but the farmer sold his farm
and now lives in a mansion ;)

Moral of the story: grow your own seeds!

Growing your Network Marketing businesses is not unlike this
farming story. It does require hard work in the beginning and
you are not paid for that work, you are only paid for the
results that you achieve (harvest). However once those results
start coming in, they keep coming month after month without any
extra work being required as your "trees keep producing
fruits". Your business even grow faster and faster on its own
as your customers start growing their own business within your
organization. I guess we could call the network marketing
industry the business of growing money trees... Every single
customer you refer is a potential money tree and you need to
nurture it so that it grows big and strong!

Take excellent care of your customers and they'll reward you
handsomely for it!

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Danny Despres is the owner of Downline Partners; a community
based marketing system designed to bring people together in a
centralized area to facilitate team work and create synergy in
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