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The People at the Top Make All the Money

Recently, a friend of mine from college made the statement: “In MLM, people at the “top” make all the money.” Now, it’s true: the people who work hard and build large organizations do make more money than those who have not worked hard to build large organizations. But isn’t the regular job market similar?

Tim Sales taught us: “If you research traditional executive and owner compensation of most companies you’ll see that “only a few people at the top make the majority of the money” in every business model! CEOs of large U.S. companies last year made as much money from JUST ONE DAY on the job as average workers made over the entire year. According to an Associated Press survey of 386 Fortune 500 companies in 2006, the executives averaged $10.8 million in total compensation, that’s over 364 times the pay of the average American worker!”

The truth is, Network Marketing is superior to the regular job force, because in our industry there are people through out the whole company who can and do earn more income than those who “enrolled” them. I am an example of this. The gentleman who originally introduced me to the Network Marketing industry has never earned a 6 Figure Income with a MLM Company, but I have. In fact, I have out-earned my “sponsors” in most businesses that I have joined.

How about you? Have you ever made more money at your current job than the person who hired you? Does the lay-sales person ever out earn the VP of Marketing? NO! In fact, in the “real-world” of “jobs”, for you to earn as much as those above you in your company pyramid of leadership…you would have to find a way to take someones job from them. But not in Network Marketing. The more you earn, the more you help others to earn, both above and below you in the food chain.

In the Network Marketing Industry, your productivity determines your earnings! If you achieve greater results than your sponsor or enroller, you will make more money. In traditional business, you encounter politics, upper management, senior executives and other factors that impede your ability to earn more.

The facts say that Network Marketing is more fair to the free market society, than the traditional job market. Network Marketing is the absence of entitlement; the epitome of free market enterprise!

2 responses

  1. That’s what I love about network marketing, if you figure out the formula, there is a very good chance you’ll out-earn the person who signed you up. In fact, with the right training and enough hard work, you could be one of the “guys at the top.”

    I love that you’re on to Tim Sales, his Brilliant Compensation video is just awesome!

    All the best,

    Alan

    July 29, 2010 at 5:50 am

    • Alan: thanks for your comment. I left this blog for a while, but I’m back. I’m a fan of Tim Sales also….brilliant man.

      May 1, 2014 at 2:23 am

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