Pros and Cons of 3-Way Calling in Network Marketing

I have only been active in network marketing since June of 2009. I have read different articles and viewpoints on some of the ways to attract leads as well as communicating with them. The 3-way conference call is a common method that many network marketers use in their business. The way I understand it to work is as follows:

You have a new prospect who wants more information. Rather than explain everything yourself, you invite them on a 3-way call with you and your sponsor. On the call, you introduce your lead to your sponsor and let your sponsor do all of the talking. Call ends and you follow up with your prospect to sign them up or provide more information.

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Freelancing is a common way for many people to become self-employed.

While the allure of working your own hours and deciding who you want to work with is nice, there are other long-term things to consider before taking the leap.

Freelancing Cons.

1. Unsteady income - Some people can't handle not knowing when the next check is coming in. You have to work harder to keep income flowing compared to the study paycheck of a job.

2. Health insurance - You will have to cover the costs of your own medical insurance. This may not be a big deal for single people, however, if you have others to support you may find it difficult to pay this on your own.

3. Boredom - Even if you love what you do and you think it would be fun to do it as a freelancer, think twice. After a year or two, what you thought as fun can feel like another boring job. Dealing with clients can feel just like it did when you worked for someone else.

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Reading Cashflow Quadrant

I know I'm a bit late in reading the popular Robert Kiyosaki books such as Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money-That the Poor and the Middle Class Do Not! and Cashflow Quadrant: Rich Dad's Guide to Financial Freedom but I'm glad I finally found the copies in the library and checked them out. I enjoyed reading Rich Dad Poor Dad very much and learned a lot about myself in terms of the way I view money.

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