Does network marketing work for women?


If there were such a thing as the ideal job for women, it might very well be a career in network marketing. Here are several reasons why:

The hours are flexible
Perhaps the most obvious advantage, being an independent representative means that you can operate your business in the comfort of your home.

Another perk of being your own boss is that you get to determine your work hours.

Multitasking is made easier
Women have to juggle many roles: mother, daughter, employee/employer, and for some, wife. The flexi hours of this business are ideal for helping women to excel in all of these roles.

Mothers have more time to care for their kids, daughters can afford to treat parents to a more comfortable life, and wives can earn extra income to support the family.

The money is good
Network marketing offers incredible opportunities for financial freedom. Best of all, the rewards are equal to the effort you put in, unaffected by social status or background.

Of course, like with any career, you need to be focused, committed and determined to build a successful business.

It plays to a woman’s nature
Many network marketing companies seem focused on making a difference, which goes well with a woman’s natural instinct to nurture and give.

Pick a company with good products or services that can actually improve someone’s quality of life. It’s easier to sell something you actually believe in.

Success story, Donna Imson, urges women to pursue their dreams of financial freedom.

Favourable statistics
The US Direct Selling Association recorded in 2007 that a staggering 87.9 per cent of network marketers are female.

Top leaders like Donna Imson, who inspire women all over the globe to live their dreams, is proof that this business could work if you have what it takes and are willing to put in the effort.

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