When you work for someone else, your salary depends on external factors.
In other words, you have to stick your hand out and ask someone else to pay you what you're worth. Then you have to justify all the reasons you deserve more money.
Here's what I've learned about this system. It works pretty great if you're the boss. Sometimes it works well if you're the employee, but you need to be at the tip of the iceberg and not at the base. Mostly, it works against you, the worker bee.
I never liked this system, particularly the part where I had to do my dog and pony act to justify my salary increases.
I work hard. I deserve a raise. Period.
With Avon, you control when you work and how much money you make. There's a simple equation to follow. How hard and smart you work is directly proportionate to how much money you can make.
The vast majority of people who go into networking marketing fail before they start because they don't equip themselves with the tools they need to succeed. A second set fail because they think the Avon product will sell itself. That's what we hear all the time: The brochure sells itself.
This is the truth.
You can't sell anything if the customer doesn't see the product. You can't add to your downline if no one knows about it. You have to position your product and opportunity in front of as many interested parties as possible.
Doing this is going to require some thought and action.
What action will you take today?