The World Of Online Business Opportunities Part4

Commitment,​ Yours and Theirs

To achieve success in​ any on-line business,​ it​ is​ necessary to​ have a​ high level of​ commitment.

The road to​ success is​ not an​ easy one. Despite what you​ may have read,​ it​ is​ certainly no easier on​ the​ internet than it​ is​ anywhere else. a​ high level of​ commitment is​ necessary not just of​ you​ but by all the​ parties to​ your on-line venture.

Start by looking at​ yourself. How serious are you? Are you​ a​ "bumblebee;" one of​ those people who flits from one on-line business opportunity to​ another looking for that one perfect flower? Newsflash...there isn't one. if​ you​ are a​ bumblebee then its time you​ assessed your ability to​ commit. There are many very worthwhile businesses on​ the​ internet,​ but unless you​ know how to​ "finish the​ job" then you​ are simply wasting your time and your money.

If you​ really want to​ succeed,​ you​ have to​ be prepared to​ do the​ things that will help you​ to​ succeed. No matter which business you​ choose,​ the​ process is​ the​ same. you​ have to​ work at​ it. if​ you​ don't want to​ work at​ it,​ then perhaps you​ aren't really cut out for the​ kind of​ work environment where you​ need a​ lot of​ personal drive and initiative. No matter how wonderful you​ think it​ might be to​ "work from home" and do your own thing,​ if​ you​ don't have the​ discipline to​ make yourself do what needs to​ be done,​ you​ won't succeed. Just wishing you​ had a​ beautiful garden isn't going to​ get you​ one. you​ have to​ sow the​ seeds,​ and pull the​ weeds before you​ can reap the​ rewards.

Now,​ take a​ look at​ the​ team that you​ are interested in​ joining. Many teambuilds promote their business opportunity on​ business forums,​ such as​ Moneymakergroup. you​ can very quickly review all the​ teambuilds that each team is​ offering. Before you​ make your decision as​ to​ which is​ the​ right team,​ go through all the​ teambuild threads,​ and read the​ posts. Look for the​ following information:

1. Check the​ names of​ the​ members who started the​ team-build. How many team-builds does this person have? Are they all still active? if​ not,​ how long did the​ team-build last before it​ fizzled? What caused the​ previous team-build to​ die out? if​ the​ business is​ still in​ operation but the​ teambuild has stalled post in​ these threads. Ask the​ leaders why the​ team-build seems to​ have stalled.

2. Then check to​ see if​ the​ leader is​ running other team-builds? How many do they have? is​ there evidence that the​ team-build fizzled out after the​ leaders were paid their commission?

If a​ leader is​ moving from business to​ business,​ reaping commissions as​ they go,​ leaving stalled teams in​ their wake,​ don't you​ owe it​ to​ yourself to​ forego this teambuild,​ even if​ initially it​ does look exciting and promising? Remember,​ anyone can start a​ teambuild,​ but can they stick with it​ when the​ newness wears off,​ the​ problems start to​ surface and the​ routine becomes monotonous?

Bumblebees can be found everywhere. you​ owe it​ to​ yourself to​ find out how committed these leaders are to​ the​ team-builds that they begin. it​ is​ your money that you​ are investing and if​ a​ leader convinces you​ to​ invest with their team,​ they have a​ responsibility to​ do everything within their power to​ fulfill their promise to​ work on​ your behalf.

If a​ teambuild has stalled,​ try to​ determine if​ the​ failure of​ the​ venture was due to​ the​ team leadership or​ to​ the​ business itself. you​ can't blame the​ gardener for a​ drought.

Multiple Streams of​ Income

This is​ another phrase that you​ see all over the​ internet. But do you​ really need to​ be involved in​ 50 different businesses to​ achieve on-line success?

Does the​ team offer you​ a​ variety of​ business opportunities that make sense and support each other? if​ their multiple streams of​ income do not flow smoothly from one opportunity to​ another then it​ will detract from your ability to​ focus on​ your goals. Furthermore,​ ask yourself if​ the​ businesses are in​ competition with each other? Why would you​ want to​ join a​ team that offers you​ 2 separate travel programs,​ unless they were integrated in​ a​ way that will result in​ synergy? This means both programs should work fabulously well together for the​ maximum benefit of​ each member and the​ team as​ a​ whole. Think about it.

Look for a​ team that is​ going to​ provide you​ with no more than one or​ two key business opportunities. Everything else that they are offering should support these key businesses. if​ you​ have more than 3 it​ will surely dilute the​ efforts and the​ capital of​ the​ members that you​ recruit. Furthermore,​ it​ will most likely steal your focus,​ drain you​ of​ good energy and it​ will definitely slow your momentum.


© Rhea Lust,​ February 19,​ 2008
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