The #1 Tool For Network Marketers - A Prayer manual written by Francois Marais

The #1 Tool For Network Marketers

Network Marketing is probably one of the simplest business models available in the marketplace - but that does not mean it's easy!
As the economy of the world continues on it's downward spiral, more and more people are looking for alternative methods to put food on the table and Network marketing is an obvious choice.
  • Little to no start up capital required
  • Tax benefits
  • No staff salaries
  • In many cases no inventory required
  • No experience required
  • No time boundaries

The list can go on and on, YET! That is a very big yet! There are so many materials and resources out there, websites, blogs, magazines, CD's and DVD's - YET it still is not easy.
There is no doubt in my mind that most people give it their best shot, and in most cases that just does not cut the mustard. That is probably why the attrition rate is so high in this industry.
We need all the help we can get.
In truth, we all believe that we were created for success and not failure - well, I certainly believe that. Not one of us ended up on this amazing planet to prove to the world that failure was our destiny.
So my question is, why not turn to our Creator and tap into His wisdom. Throughout the bible the invitation echo's that we are welcome to lean on and depend on Him. There is one  particular verse that I probably quote more than any other verse and that is found in Proverbs chapter three verse five and six...
Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.
The #1 Tool For Network Marketer's is a prayer manual that invites you and shows you how to acknowledge Him and thus allow Him to make your way successful.

This prayer manual is not a crutch - it is a vital necessity in the world we find ourselves. Apart from the success that you will start walking in, your stress levels and yoyr peace of mind will become envious to all and sundry...I know - that has  been my experience.


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