The question is, A Network Marketers True Entrepreneurs,?
The reason I am addressing this question is because many people because of their misconceptions may feel that the answer is NO.
However What Are Entrepreneurs?
Well the Wikipedia definition of an entrepreneur is as follows:
“An entrepreneur is a person who organises a venture to benefit from an opportunity, rather than working for an employee”
So if the Wikipedia definition is correct then yes Network Marketers are true entrepreneurs.
There is a lot of ignorance out there about our industry and unfortunately people let ignore people convince them of false information.
As with every niche where you can have an entrepreneurial venture in, Network Marketing requires you to learn new skills to be successful.
Unfortunately many times people come in to the industry with the wrong expectation and they make many mistakes.
If you want to find out what the top five mistakes people are making just CLICK HERE to read a previous blog post that I did where I discussed that.
The Journey Of A True Entrepreneur
It is also important to note that just because a person fills in a distributor application form, that does not make them an entrepreneur in their mindset.
This is why the dropout rate in Network Marketing is high. Simply because it is so easy to get in, it is also so easy to get out again!
If somebody truly understands the journey and prepares themselves for the challenges that the journey will throw at them, then they will put themselves in a position to have a lifestyle that most people only ever dream about.
So if you are looking for an opportunity let's speak today!
And if you had any doubt in your mind, please be reassured that Network Marketers are true entrepreneurs.
Success Coach & Mentor
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