I get a lot of requests from people to help them join Forever Living by paying for their business owner box (Formerly the New Distributor Pack – NDP). I know that the investment seems like a lot of money to someone who has been made redundant, or can’t find a job, but it is something I would never recommend to a Forever Business Owner building their business.
Any network marketing business takes time and dedication to really work. It is not something you can dabble and play at if you want to make a good living from it. It’s true that if you treat it like a hobby, it will pay you like a hobby, or even cost you money. If you treat it like a serious business, it can reward you for many years to come.
You need to be really serious about wanting to start a new business, and this takes commitment and self sacrifice. It takes investment in time and effort. You need to consider that your initial investment is providing you with the tools to be able to run your own business. If you are able to join too easily then you are more likely to give up when the going gets tough.
Network marketing is not the right business for anyone who is not self motivated. You may be part of a supportive team, but no one will be telling you to get up each morning and get on with your day. You are your own boss, you need to be able to stand on your own two feet. And this starts with finding the way to finance your business owner box (BOB).
How can you help?
So if you are asked by a prospect to help them finance their BOB then I recommend you read my previous posts How Much Does it Cost to Join Forever Living for tips on other ways you can help a new team member to join you. You can help a prospective new team member to put a plan in place to save the money they need to join, and support them in this process. Then when they are able to join your team you know they are truly committed to their new business and an asset to your growing team. I have some simple money raising ideas in my post 20 Ways to Raise the money to join Forever Living.
Your team will often be joining Forever because they need the extra income they are making to put food on the table, pay the rent or save for family treats. Your new team member will not have the money themselves to pay for their new team members to join. If you recommend that your team have to help their new team members financially then this would not be a duplicable process. So make sure you run your business in the way your sponsor showed you, then help your team members to do the same.
Who do you want to work with?
Ask yourself something, would you want to build a team of people who expect to just be given the resources they need to start a new business? Or do you want a team of people who have had to fight hard to join your team, shown real self sacrifice and self discipline in order to join you?
If you are in that 2nd group and have not found your sponsor in Forever yet then please get in touch about joining my team. I’m looking for you!