I got this in my mail box today!

Let me tell you a quick story.

When I started in direct sales, I was told that if I talk to 100 people about the business, I’ll get about 15 to join.

And out of those 15, one or two are going to stick around and become superstars.

Fast forward a few years later (like 6 years), I’m in Chicago in a leadership meeting.

It was just a handful of us talking to one of the very top leaders and income earners.

Now by that time I’ve gone through huge numbers of people.

Yet I wasn’t anywhere near where I should be if these numbers held up.

So I thought that either there was something wrong with me, OR these numbers are simply not true.

Anyways, the first thing the guy says is this…

“Let me tell you about the numbers. If you’re lucky, you’ll MAYBE find one out 500 people who’s going to stick around long term and do this. Maybe.”

And I say it’s probably more like 1 out of 1000.


It doesn’t matter why.

There are many reasons beyond your control.

Very few people are willing to become entrepreneurs and do something to change their life.

And out of that tiny group, it takes a very rare individual to actually stick with it and make it.

Bottom line…

If you want to make it in network marketing, you’ll have to go through MASSIVE numbers of people.

This is the cold hard truth about the business.

It’s not bad, it’s just the way it is.

However, the good news is…

Using attraction marketing you can do it rather quickly and almost painlessly.

While most people are still beating their heads against the wall trying to prospect and recruit their way to success…

… the smart ones are using this powerful shortcut to get massive results in a fraction of the time.

So, if you’re network marketing and you’re still struggling…

Study this page closely and discover how to REALLY explode your business and do it fast.

Vitaly Grinblat
Chief Wordsmith & the Editor of
Elite Marketing Pro Newsletter

10 Ignorant Ways to Kill Off Your Perfectly Nice Blog

In 2012, Blogging.org interviewed 1000 US-based bloggers to measure their “success.” They discovered:

– More than 81% of the people who start a blog never earn $100 from it
– Only 8% earn enough money blogging to support their families
– 9% work 4-6 hours every day on their blogs and earn enough money to sustain their lifestyles
– Less than 2% achieve “freedom” – defined as spending as little as 1-2 hours a day blogging from exotic locations and earning over $150,000 a year

– Hmm… Look at that! 8% + 9% + 2% = 19% making money. 81% not making money.
Pretty close to that good old 80/20 rule, isn’t it? Click the Image below!