We spend a lot of time helping people analyze their MLM contracts and calculate the answers to The 10k Question for their companies.

In many cases, after they have discovered the ugly gotcha clauses in their policies and procedures, and have found 10k answers too high, they will still say things like, “Well, it’s too late now.  I’m going to stick with this.  There’s nothing I can do now, etc. … “

We wrote about it in our article, People Hate Change, but it still baffles us how otherwise sensible people will consciously choose to carry on down a path that they themselves have discovered leads nowhere.

If you would like help figuring out how hard you will have to work and whether your check is safe, please contact us at IWantToKnow@bobandannabassett.com and before you do, ask yourself these five simple questions …

  1. How important is it for you to know how hard you will have to work in order to reach your financial goal?
  2. How important is it for you to be able to tell your prospects and team members how hard THEY will have to work in order to reach THEIR financial goals?
  3. How important is it for you to know if your check is safe if you take a vacation or retire?
  4. How important is it for you to know that if something happened to you, your check would be safe for your family?
  5. If you learn things about your comp plan and contract that you do not like, what changes are you prepared to make?

We believe in Harry Browne’s Ten Word Secret of Success, “Find out what people want and help them get it.”

These five questions will help you focus on what you really want, and will help us learn that too.  More importantly, it will help both of us learn if you are prepared to do anything about what you discover.

If you are not, we can save a lot of time and move on to more pleasant things like learning the skills you need to promote your company.

To learn more about how to choose a good MLM company, read Success In Ten Steps.  For the best advice on how to build your chosen business, visit www.BigAlSkills.com

Bob and Anna Bassett

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