As you can see from what I've written throughout the lessons, my goal is to find businesses with qualifications in this order:
1) I'm passionate enough about the products or services to share them with other people and consider it a long-term business venture. Success doesn't come to those who jump from program to program, and leveraged income takes time to build.
2) It offers people great value whether they get involved with the business opportunity or not. This requires an exceptional product with no direct competition, or something that's competitive with traditional retail pricing. This is what will build an honest customer base and stability in terms of long-term customers and members. If it's not a great value, you'll resent what you have to spend on the opportunity (if it's network marketing) and so will others. People won't stick around.
3) The opportunity does NOT demand large personal purchases, but focuses on each person buying only what they'll use and then sharing with others OR it optionally allows you to buy in enough quantity to earn by retailing. Here you MUST get a true wholesale discount and be able to sell at a competitive price or you'll be left holding unsold product.
4) Ideally, there is little to no cost of becoming a member and they provide you with high quality tools for sharing the program with others at little to no cost.
If you keep these points in mind, you should do well with selecting a program, so of course there are opportunities I haven't covered here. But here are a few you could love:
REAL TIME PAIN RELIEF:
Fantastic product with true wholesale discounts and legitimate retail prices (they sold at these prices long before having a referral program). Your only cost is product that you purchase to use or sell. They give you extensive training and marketing tools at no extra cost. The product works in minutes with ingredients that also promote long-term healing. As a result, sales are almost simple if you sample it out. If you can see yourself setting up weekly at flea markets or other shows and have enough to invest in product to get started, I don't know an easier way to earn an extra $100 to $500 each weekend, depending on the shows you attend and how much product you take with you.
At a cost of just $100 in product per YEAR, you can also start referring sales online without selling at local events and without bothering to build a team. You'll earn roughly 50% of each retail sale this way!