This is EXTREMELY important. Really look into how much EFFORT and TIME it is going take to build your business.
And if none of the people you sponsor are building, will you be able to make decent money????
Building an organization is incredibly empowering. Finding a place that will help you achieve your goals in a shorter time frame and not have to build a team of thousands to do it is the most powerful kind of leverage there is, in my book.....
Take a look a that compensation plan. What is it going to take to get you to your goal?
Do your due diligence. That doesn't mean read one review and decide whether or not something is good or bad. Get a sense of the leadership of the company. How does the company react to obstacles?
Is the community pushy and greedy or a are people helpful and inspiring?
I happen to really love the community and leadership here at Empower Network.
WARNING: If you don't like transparency, you won't like it here.
Let me give you a sense for the transparency of Empower Network. Our leaders and founders have has obstacles, just like every other human being on the planet.
Here is a post from one of the founders, David Wood, last year.
Now, while I personally don't condone what he did, I DO understand that people make mistakes. There is no one among who doesn't make bad decisions from time to time. It's what you do afterward that matters.
He has owned up - in a very public way I might add. He could have released the information more subtley and in less detail, but he didn't.
And now he is more focused and on-purpose than ever.
Take a look at this post from Dave Wood and David Sharpe, the other co-founder.
How much courage and lack of ego does it take to stop down? I can't even imagine. *Leadership personified.*
If you and not currently involved in a home based business or the company you are with doesn't meet your needs and values, I encourage you to take a closer look at Empower Network. The leadership and vision are strong, the community keeps it real and the compensation plan is the best leveraged model I've seen.
Speaking of the compensation model? Here's a look.
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