? Are you treating your MLM like a Hobby or Biz?
On Episode 21 of the #AskLalonde Show: ? Are you treating your MLM like a Hobby or Biz?
Let me ask you this…
Do you want Hobby Money?
Or do you want Big Business Money?
Do you want an extra couple of thousand per month?
Or do you want an extra 5-figures per month?
Do you want to help a couple of people change their lives?
Or do you want to help a ton of people change their lives?
There is no wrong answer…
Many people join Network Marketing as a Hobby, which is perfectly fine.
But they also EXPECT “Hobby” money.
Then there are others that treat their business like a Hobby but EXPECT Big Business Money.
Why would anyone expect that?
You would be surprised at how many people expect to make the Big Residual Checks with their little “Hobby” efforts.
In this Episode of The #AskLalonde Show, I share with you some of my experiences, where people expect maximum results with minimum effort.
I also share with you how I set them straight!
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📄 Marc’s Short Bio
Marc caught the “Entrepreneurial Bug” at 17 years old when he started selling Pet Food door-to-door.
Since then, Marc has experienced both extremes of life, going from being a successful Computer Consultant with several side-businesses, to falling into substance abuse, which led to him getting fired, going broke and becoming homeless. However, he was able to bounce back, earning a 7-figure income while helping thousands of people from around the globe to find financial freedom by doing what they love.
Since launching Branding YOUniversity™, Marc has helped Entrepreneurs, Small Business Owners, Real Estate Agents, Insurance Brokers, Authors, Actors, Musicians, Lawyers, Teachers, Industry-Specific Professionals, and of course, people with a specific Passion from around the globe brand themselves.
Marc’s purpose is to help people brand themselves as Leaders and Authorities in either their specific niche or in whatever their passion is while creating an income doing what they love.