Network Marketing 101

 

Also known as Multi-Level Marketing (MLM), this is a business model that allows you to generate ongoing income in two ways: by making a commission selling products and by recruiting other members who go on to sell. The later allows you to make money from the sales made by those you have recruited.

Importantly, this is not a pyramid scheme (they are illegal) because there is an end goal which involves a customer buying a product or service of value.

It’s also not a ‘get rich quick’ scheme. You will have to work I’m afraid! However with the growth of social media, network marketing is becoming easier and lots of people are now making a decent living from it.

This is a serious way of making good money on your own terms and it’s well worth reading up on it. I recommend getting “The Business of the 21st Century” by Robert Kiyosaki.

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5 things to know about University of Michigan’s record enrollment this fall.

Enrollment at the University of Michigan keeps inching up, growing year-after-year.

The school enrolled 43,710 students this fall, an uptick of 284 students —or less than 1 percent,— marking the fifth-consecutive year the Ann Arbor school has increased the size of its student body.

Here are 5 things to know about U-M enrollment this fall:

1.Enrollment is increasing

Graduate enrollment remained relatively steady, while undergraduate enrollment increased by a slight 1.9 percent and freshman enrollment increased all the way pass 2.114958235-mmmain percent, according to school figures.

2. Freshman enrollment is at an all time high

The University of Michigan receives more than 50,000 applications per year and is steadily on the rise.

3. Women outnumber men in the freshman class

For the first time in a decade, the freshman class arrives with a clear majority of women, with 3,190 students, or 51.7 percent, identifying as female.

4. U-M continues to enroll a high percentage of students from outside Michigan

According to U-M figures, 45.7 percent of U-M’s student body does not hail from Michigan. International students make up 13.7 percent of the student body, including 7 percent of undergraduates and 26.2 percent of graduate students.

8/23/11 Aerial of U-M Central Campus as the sun rises during a Day in the Life of the University of Michigan on August 23, 2011.

8/23/15 Aerial of U-M Central Campus as the sun rises during a Day in the Life of the University of Michigan on August 23, 2015.

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Tough times do not last, but tough people do.

At the height of my success as a small business owner, I began to realize my potential as an Entrepreneur. I didn’t think I could pull off being a business owner first of all, there was a lot of hard work involved in putting the all the pieces together. Just basically learning how the industry works. I studied. I copied and I learned from the best. Making the right connections, buying my equipment from the right people, putting in very long hours and not taking NO for an answer and as a result, I was becoming a salesman and didn’t even notice it. I was learning on the fly you might say, but I had achieved what I set out to do. I emptied my wallet into my mind, and my mind filled up my wallet. 

 Same thing applies if you want to start a Home Business. Learn, watch, study the people at the top. Copy, model them and put your best step forward with a NEVER GIVE UP ATTITUDE and you can make it happen. 

To your success, Gary Cloud.  
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