In Sunday Times’ “Me & My Money” column, Lorna Tan interviewed a network marketer who spends “an average of 15 hours a week” and makes as much as a lawyer.
Helen Tay was formerly a lawyer who worked 15-hours days. She now runs a network marketing firm.
What’s interesting is that the reporter alluded to the low success rate of network marketers by asking Helen:
Would you agree that you are in a minority in succeeding at network marketing?
Maybe only the ones at the top of the network marketing hierarchy can make enough? Does this explain why this successful ex-lawyer started her own network marketing firms instead of just participating in others?
My recommendation: if you want to do network marketing, consider starting at the top.