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Doctors, surgeons – who are we to judge in network marketing?

Doctors, surgeons – who are we to judge in network marketing?

Had a chat today with a guy I met on a jungle trail through the Amazon last summer – a 50 year old surgeon from the Midlands.

He is looking at joining my network marketing business. Yes, he has a good job. He likes the money, but hates the hours and the stress.

When we first met, after asking him many questions and keeping the conversation flowing, don’t ask me what about – it’s just chit-chat and rapport (it’s called making friends for the sake of making friends) – I talked to him about how to have time AND money.

The conversation continued – he’s interested, he watched the promo video – and guess what…he says one of his neighbours has a even has one of the Company sponsored cars but didn’t think to mention the opportunity.

No matter what walk of life someone is from – however much we perceive they may not be interested in an additional income opportunity, keep quiet is an expensive mistake for you to make.

Don’t prejudge!

 

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About Wes Linden

Wes Linden
Wes Linden has never had a conventional job, having failed to complete his degree and drop-out long before completing it. Yet he came across a network-marketing business and has worked with that same company for over 15 years. Having built one of the largest and most successful organisations with an expected team turnover of £60m (over $100m). He's an Amazon best-selling author and international speaker at network marketing events around the world.

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