There have been many different people describing their being focused on just one business at a time as the reason for not taking a look at other things. I find this almost humorous were it not for the fact that such as approach can, in fact, be detrimental to financial independence.
That approach means that one can’t walk and talk at the same time. That listening to music presupposes that it is impossible to drive a card or work other tasks at the same time. Both must be dependent upon different areas in the brain to allow simultaneous tasking.
Likewise, to say that when applying the 10 foot rule to talking with people you rule out the possibility that one person may not find appealing a product based networking opportunity because you are only interested in selling a service based opportunity. Or consider the possibility of an affiliate based income opportunity when you are focused on a binary networking business.
The old saying that different strokes for different folks is as true today as it was in the past. It is for that reason that I feel it is essential to have more than one opportunity to share. Business is built on relationships and to exclude from a business relationship a person who might be perfect for one and not for the other between two opportunities is absurd.
So put a couple of different things together that you feel comfortable with. My personal examples are a health business, ASEA, that merges well with my past medical history and networking with Xango. I’m also looking at a company with a telemedicine aspect to it. Lyoness is a no brainer because the cashback is a loyalty program everyone can do. Gold and silver programs are different as much as they are alike. The commonality is, however, that saving in currency is doomed. Business on the internet with some people is a hot commodity. The Stage-It web business is able to promote all of the above and more. Then there is always the Matt Lloyd, MOBE, my online business empire, which is for the higher income seeker.
All of these examples do not detract from one another. They complement each other.
“Never depend on a single income.” ~ Warren Buffet
“The richest people in the world look for and build networks. Everyone else looks for work.” ~ Robert Kiyosaki
Many of today’s millionaires attribute their wealth and success to having multiple streams of income. I’m sure you’ve heard the saying, “Don’t put all of your eggs in one basket.” Nothing could be truer in this day and age. Never rely on just one source for your future. If you lose your job today, or the business you own doesn’t thrive, what will you do? Find what you are passionate about, what you really love, and use that to solve a problem or to fill a need.
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I would appreciate your thoughts and sharing.