Posted Wednesday, December 29, 2004
There are so many opportunities out there. How do I find the right one?
-- Gloria A.
First of all, relax. There is no one "right" opportunity. There are several good opportunities, and your challenge will be finding a good opportunity that fits you.
To narrow the field, you should simply not even consider an opportunity that offers products in which you are not personally interested. If you can't get enthusiastic about the products, how will you get others excited about them?
Next, you should perform due diligence on the opportunities that interest you the most, eliminating any opportunities that do not meet ALL of your evaluation criteria. Be sure to pay special attention to the following:
- Has the company been in business at least 3 years?
- Is the company debt-free?
- Is the company a member in good standing with the BBB or any other organization that can provide 3rd party validation?
By this time, even though you may have started with hundreds of opportunities, you will probably have narrowed your options down to 10 or less to choose from.
Compare these remaining opportunities by considering:
- Which one offers products that excite you the most?
- Which one offers a compensation plan that will allow you to earn money most easily?
- Is there a person/team in any of these opportunities who is willing to mentor you? If not, dump the opportunity. If so, which of these people/teams do you feel will best help you to achieve success?
At the end of this process, you will end up with the opportunity that fits you the best.
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