THE RIGHT PERSON TO TRUST

by christopher

The right person to trust

WHAT IS TRUST?

When it comes to earning money, creating time and financial freedom is a profession. Consider this fact when companies or business hire employees what do they require? 

First are you who you say you are? Do you have a legal right to work here? What were you doing before? What kind of experience do you have? Do you have any skills? Why should we choose you over everyone else? What do you bring to the table? What do others say about your work ethic? Are you a criminal or have a history in violence? Have you ever stolen anything or taken advantage of someone? 

Those are a few of many ways companies verify the person they're interviewing. They want to be sure that who they hire is the most qualified candidate for the job they're offering. Some require resumes & some actually verify references. 

RESPECT YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY

THE RIGHT PERSON TO TRUST

When you're looking at the financial success that others have it could be exciting or intimidating. If they have or are building a team don't be so concern with their success be more concerned about how much they have helped their team earn. Chances are if you're dealing with a top earner their team is struggling. There is usually a lot of hype nonsense and deception involved. Money is a sensitive subject and can create a lot of unnecessary anxiety. It can even cause people to make decisions that are everything but logical and ethical and even moral. When you're considering joining a person or partnering you need to look for everything. You need to seek to become thoroughly educated by them. When you're being educated you need to know something about everything because everything has the same of the following :

- Good

- Bad

- Ugly

- Pros

- Cons

- Challenges

- Rewards

The person you consider joining should take enough pride in their work to take the time to provide you the full education, motivation, inspiration and training. They should have tools & resources in place already especially if they're trying to get you to join a multi-level or network marketing business. 

Find out how long they been doing what they do. How long they've been in the industry. See if you can get an outline of the value that you can expect from joining the individual, team, or organization. People join things based on how many people are signing. Poor education, training, and marketing is the reason so many people fail. Most people join falling for hype, nonsense and deception only to quit a few months later. Don't let that be you. If people want to earn money they shouldn't mind having to work for it. You should make them for it. Make em earn your business. Never lay down for anyone. 

ARE THEY REAL OR FAKE?

THE RIGHT PERSON TO TRUSTIf you're joining anyone who has been in the industry since 2011. A solid number of successful millionaires have explained that you should have a website/blog and that nobody will take you seriously without one. I have a hard time joining anyone that has spent a significant time online that doesn't have anything more than a company replicated website. Who you work with online matters. It can be hard to know how to find the right person to trust and work with online. But if you stick to the guidelines outline here. You can quickly tell who the real are from the fake.

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  • Tynesha Renee
    April 29, 2020

    You know what? Reading, you say not to concern myself with the financial success of others. But to be more concerned with that particular marketer is doing to help their team.

    Furthermore, this point alone is an eye-opener for me. Why? Well, because of the fake it until you make ideology that the industry has adopted. Nobody is teaching what you are teaching. At the end of the day, I looked at the financial success of others based on what I saw on social media.

    Unfortunately, I didn’t know to ask any questions. I jumped in and asked questions later, and looking back on it now, that was an idiotic thing to do.

  • Angela Shepherd
    May 5, 2020

    This was a great article. I was not looking at the person if they was real or fake. I mostly join the the program and failed at it. Lesson learn.

  • LOUISE KINNEAR
    May 24, 2020

    Thanks for the detailed explanations, Christopher. I have been joining programs based on other people’s recommendations. only – since they were seemingly prosperous, it looked like the right thing to do.

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