Build A Massive Network Marketing Business Even If You’re A Busy Mom Or Have Multiple Jobs

Have you ever wondered how people with multiple children and/or more than one job are able to build a network marketing business?

In today’s blog post I will share with you just how it’s been done, and how you can do it too.

Build A Massive Network Marketing Business Even if You’re A Busy Mom Or Have Multiple Jobs

If you have children, whether you’re married or raising them as a single Mom, and you feel there is absolutely no way you could even consider building a business on top of all you have going on already, I have a few suggestions for you.

You Don’t Have To Invent The Wheel.  People have done it before you.

It’s super important to understand that so many have already done it.

In my very first network marketing company, I met a wonderful young Mom of 5 children…yes 5….and she moved to the top of the compensation plan working her business part-time.  How did she do it?  Instead of sitting on the sidelines at her children’s sporting events, she would get right in the middle of the stands along with all the other parents and get to know them.  With 5 kids, you can imagine how many soccer games and dance recitals she was attending!  She didn’t have to go out of her way to meet people, she had people to talk to at every single event she attended for her kids.

The point I’m trying to make here is she didn’t have to leave her children to work on her business.

My personal story of building a business while working full time is – planning is key.  Every Sunday I would look at the week ahead and find 15 minute spots throughout my day to reach out to people either on FB or through my cell phone contact list.  You can connect with a lot of people in 15 minutes!  Instead of eating my lunch while surfing the internet looking at the latest celebrity scandals, I decided to make better use of that time and connect with people.  Doing this on a consistent basis allowed me to enroll 30 customers in 30 days.  It doesn’t take a lot of time when you’ve planned properly.

Was it always easy?  Heck no.  Nothing worthwhile comes easy, but it was simple to do.

Think about this.  We all have residual bills.  That is something you can guarantee will show up every single month without fail. If you build a network marketing business that brings in more residual income that what your bills add up to each month, what would that mean for you and your family?

 

Common Mistakes

I have seen on more than on occasion people quitting their job when they decide to start a network marketing business.  You should never, ever do that.  Quitting a job too soon is a recipe for disaster because it puts unnecessary pressure on yourself.  For some, it might fuel their fire in that they feel they have no choice but to make their business work.  For most, however, having that guaranteed income while they build can at least give you the peace of mind that if things are slow to get going, your power isn’t going to get shut off.

How Much Time Are You Able To Spend Building Your Business?

How do you see your business fitting into your life?

  • Do your children have play dates giving you some free time?
  • Is there a time when the kids are napping?
  • Is waking up 30 minutes before the kids a good time to send a few Facebook messages?
  • Can you take 15 minutes on your lunch break and reach out to people on Social Media?
  • Are you prospecting while out grocery shopping?
  • Do you have 10 minutes before going to sleep to follow up on messages you’ve sent?

What is the point of all of this?

If you send 5 messages while the kids are taking a nap, talk to 2 people while out shopping and follow up with 3 people before heading to bed…do you know what will happen?  A thriving, successful, butt-kicking business will happen…that’s what!

Master the mundane and do those things every single day, and success is YOURS!!  

 

Whether you’re tired or not, you do it.  Whether you feel like it or not, you do it.

 

See you at the top!

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