I have finally joined FutureNet, and I have to say I’ve never been more thrilled! There was an interesting experience for me recently on Facebook. It happened through one of my friends. He, like so many other people, seems to have the wrong kind of notion about network marketing. And me, who is such a big believer in it, thought it was my place to try and alter his perception a bit. I am not too sure if it would work…LOL.
FutureNet is not a network marketing company by the way. It’s a social media platform first and foremost which also has a revenue sharing component to it that shares its profits every 15 minutes with all members. A damn good deal in itself!
Alright…now back to my point..
What actually happened was my friend ran across a newspaper article which had exposed a company in India as a fraudulent multilevel marketing company. He posted the newspaper article on Facebook and said that all his dreams about becoming a rich entrepreneur through network marketing were shattered due to this incident! I thought it was quite shortsighted on his part to say that.
The following, in quotes, was my reply –
“I have said this before, and I will say it again. A person who only has a dream of being rich and won’t take any action to reach there will never become rich. If he finds all the reasons in the world to justify his inaction, then he will only spend his whole life dreaming. And yes, the vast majority falls in this category. They only “dream” because they don’t want it enough. Those who want it enough will also dream, but they will ALSO follow up on that dream with some concrete action and won’t make silly excuses for not doing anything because excuses are a proven route to failure.
Network marketing is just ONE way to reach there, and not the ONLY way. It just happens to be one of the easiest ways for the common man who doesn’t have a huge capital to start with, but again, only for the common man who has the ability to think and recognize an opportunity when he sees one…the common man who can distinguish good from bad. The majority does not fall in the category of “think for yourself”. They fall in the category of “believe only what the media feeds me” and NOT think or even LOOK outside of it.
This is what I told him, “There are certainly many fraudulent companies operating in the network marketing space. I read the article. PACL Limited is obviously a fraudulent enterprise just like there are so many “educational” institutions that are fraudulent. Does this make formal education a bad thing and stop children from studying? I guess not.
The majority votes for some of the most corrupt and evil people to RULE THEM! Does this make governance a bad thing? I don’t think so because I’m a discerning individual. I do go by media reports, yes, but I ALSO think for myself. I also completely understand your thinking because this is exactly how I used to think and talk many years ago till I started educating myself more on the topic and “unlearned” a lot of stuff that was common societal perception. I am not sure if this would make sense to you, but these are my thoughts ”
I guess my friend was blaming network marketing when the truth was he lacked true desire. Friends, we are all born intelligent. It’s our job to use our brains in the best manner and “think for ourselves”.
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2 thoughts on “Is network marketing to be blamed for your lack of desire and discipline??”
I agree to what the writer wants to convey through this article. Very well said. in fact. Even though network marketing is not the only way to get rich, this is definitely one of the most convenient ways to reach this goal. Thanks.
That’s correct, Debashis. Thanks a lot for your valuable feedback! 🙂