Paul Hines | paulhines

Think Like A Business Owner Not A Mark

Mar 2nd 2011 at 6:57 AM

You'd be surprised at how many people join a Home Based Business and aren't actually sure of that products and services they're selling. Pay close attention to what the person trying to get youinto a Home Business is actually saying, pay close attention to the conference call you're on, pay close attention to that 800 number sizzle call and remember, they don't call them sizzle calls for nothing, you might be paying for the sizzle and not the steak. There are plenty of telltale signs that you're about to be taken, If you're talking to someone who wants to recruit you in a business pay close attention because somewhere in this conversation you'll expect to hear exactly what you'll be selling, then you have to figure out if you can sell it. When things begin to sound the same its time to take a step back, When you begin to hear about a bunch of automated systems and you're looking at a fancy website watch out because you're about to be sung to sleep.

 After awhile you'll be able to spot the weasels because things will begin to become constant and won't ever change like amazing returns on your investments thats far beyond your wildest dreams. The only thing that will be lacking is the part about what exactly you're supposed to be selling for all this to take place. Get used to plenty of distractions designed to divert you away from these red flags, when evaluating a product or service the first thing you should be concerned about is why should a consumer buy this product or service from you when they can buy it from someone else? You may want to ask that question if you can get the recruiter to shut up for a minute that is. If you're offering a product or service that folks don't need or want you're setting yourself up for failure, trust me on this. http://goo.gl/5PmqV

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Mar 2nd 2011 at 1:14 PM by GTBulmer
Hello, Paul: Thanks for posting this info. It's always best to consider the product and take a step back to really think about the opportunity before committing to it. GT :-)
   

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