The Power of Leverage

The Power of LeverageNetwork Marketing was the first place that I have ever heard about the concept of leverage. Considering that the American Dream is often paved with a college degree and a “good education”, I would naturally assume that leverage would be a term that the white house would want to expose all of it’s citizens to. However, it doesn’t happen that way.

Let’s take a look at two different but common scenarios:

Scenario 1:

As a child, you were told to study hard, get a college degree, and look for a decent job with decent pay. You followed your parents’ advice and landed a job with substantial pay—enough to cover your expenses but not sufficient to splurge on luxury items. You know that you truly deserve a promotion; with all the time and effort you’ve invested in your work. But years have already passed and you are still in the very same position you applied for.

Scenario 2:

As a child, you were told to study hard, get a college degree, and look for a decent job with decent pay. But in this case, you didn’t follow what your parents told you to do. Instead, you went out of your comfort zone and searched for the right business opportunity that is more than enough to cover both your expenses and luxurious lifestyle. A couple of years passed and you are exactly where you projected yourself to be, successful, happy, surrounded by like-minded people while far exceeding the income you would have earned had you followed the “Poor Dad” scenario.

Are you one of those people that lives your life making a living based on 100% of your own efforts? Or would you rather earn 1% out of the efforts of 100 people?

Unfortunately, the majority of the population is being educated and trained to experience the first scenario. They are taught to be a conformist—to do what others tell them to do and to look for a job after they complete a college degree. Forget about the idea of owning your own business. If you already have a job that guarantees substantial pay, why risk it all for some random idea that may never pay off?

These very same people claim that they would like to be their own boss but only a small percentage possess the burning desire for success and are willing to risk their comfort zones. Others are afraid of rejection, difficulties, and failure while some are simply satisfied with their jobs.

However, if you are more than willing to take a risk and go way out of your comfort zone to pursue greater economic freedom, then you must be able to understand the principle of leverage.

Leveraging is the art of duplicating your time through the efforts of others to achieve maximum results. It is through leveraging that you are given the chance to gain more with less effort.

Though the force of leverage is applied to almost every aspect of your life, it is only through network marketing that you get the most out of it. Undeniably, in a traditional business setting, the only people who benefit from leveraging are mostly the business owners or the top executives of the company. When in fact, it is the loyal and hardworking employees that are really the ones who do all the work. But sadly, they are left with little compensation.

As opposed to traditional businesses, everyone involved in network marketing is given an equal opportunity to build their own business by spending only a portion of their time and energy to experience maximum results. Through leveraging, everybody has the chance to earn what they’re worth.

One of the many advantages of proper leveraging is that whenever a business partner stops working, it will only have a minor effect on your business’ productivity. The stability of the business won’t be jeopardized and you still get to enjoy a continuous flow of residual income.

Using the Power of Leverage allows people to live the lifestyle they choose; they can work whenever they want to and they can decide how much effort they will put into it. They get paid even on vacation! In this industry, you get to enjoy both time freedom and financial freedom at the same time.

Now ask yourself, “Where is my Leverage?”

 

 

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Jimmie Schwinn


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  1. Lynn Baillie says:

    I agree that leverage is such a powerful concept and should be taught in schools. The power of leverage in Network Marketing is truly amazing. Once you’ve got a good size team you really get to appreciate the way leverage works in terms of the total effort going in to build your business, the leverage that allows you to take some time out and still keep on getting paid and also leverage in terms of marketing effort as it becomes the sum total of the marketing effort being done but your entire organization not just your efforts.

    Thanks for highlighting this important concept – it really is powerful when it is understood and applied in business and especially in MLM.

    Lynn Baillie

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