How does a job stack up against the Xyngular opportunity?
People who are new to network marketing are sometimes unfamiliar with the entrepreneurial mindset that is required to build a successful business here at Xyngular®. They need to know the difference between a job and an opportunity. Here’s a way to illustrate that difference and anchor your commitment.
Suppose that at your job, your boss invites you in and tells you that for the next two years she’d like you to work an extra five to ten hours per week…not doing your current work, but something completely different. “You’ll have to be absolutely committed to those extra hours every single week,” she says. “No cutting corners, no excuses, no ‘sick days.’ How does that sound?
“Uh…there’s…one thing,” she says. “You won’t be paid for the extra hours. You’ll work your extra five to ten hours a week for the next two years…for nothing.
“At the end of the two years, if you haven’t missed any hours or any of the tasks I’ll assign, you’ll retire on full salary—for the rest of your life!”
That’s right, at the end of the two years you’ll have your current salary every month for the rest of your life, no matter what else you do.
What do you think about her proposition now? Would you do it? Even if it meant doing some menial, disagreeable tasks that would normally be below your qualifications?
If you really were given that promise, what would make you quit early? Would the pressures of life get you to quit early? Would your spouse’s complaints about fixing the screen door get you distracted or prompt you to quit? What if the tasks were like cleaning toilets? What if it required you to get out of your comfort zone? What if you had to talk to friends and family or learn to use Facebook for the first time? What about discouragement? Would you be willing to go through some ups and downs for a promise this big.
This is the way Xyngular works. You learn the skills from your upline and on training calls and invest the time to grow the business from nothing into something because in the end there’s a major residual income that can last a lifetime.
Does that opportunity exist anywhere else? No! No other industry and no other business gives you this kind of leverage—certainly not your job!
1. Make a list of people who have complained about their job and share this story with them.
2. When someone complains about having to get out of their comfort zone and learn new skills, have this story ready to share.
3. When someone complains about the network marketing industry, share this story.