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MLM Success - Don't Get Sucked in by the Prelaunch Hype - by Michael Puskas

Are you looking for a hot network marketing business?  The fact is hundreds of thousands of people are looking for the perfect home business even as you are reading this.


However, there are lots of programs that are full of hype.  One of the biggest hype terms being used is “prelaunch.”  The term prelaunch is used to give you a sense of urgency to buy into a business opportunity.  In Prelaunch you are usually offered some kind of discounted price if you join NOW. 


My advice is not to buy into this method of hype.  Most programs like this have a short life.  I would suggest that you take a deep breath when considering a prelaunch program and don’t get involved right away.  Actually, it is better to hold off a year or two to see if they are still around.  Let them work all the bugs out before and if you get involved.


I have been involved in 3 prelaunches because I bought into the hype and “felt” the urgency to join.  In every case there were so many bugs that I got discouraged, frustrated, and fed up.  This is not good.  With one of the prelaunches, the creator of the program was competing against his own affiliates!  A few of these prelaunch opportunities MIGHT be for real, but the messy prelaunch phase discourages people from hanging in there for the long haul.  It’s just not work the risk.  The only people who seem to make money in these situations are those who take there entire organizations with them.  Those at the top of the heap make all the money while the little guy is left with emptier pockets.


Do some people make money in these prelaunches?  Sure they do, but it is still better to wait it out until the timing is more optimal.  It’s just not good to feel urgent about joining anything.  If the program is good and the opportunity real; it will be around next year.  Again, don’t join a company too soon.  Time will tell if the opportunity is indeed an opportunity or just another dud!


My advice is to forget the prelaunch programs and look at a company based upon: 


  • The integrity of the leadership (there are ways to find out thanks to the search engines)
  • The timing in the industry (have they been around for a period of time, have a proven track record, and are all affiliates making money)
  • Is the compensation plan friendly for the part-time and beginners or does most of the money go to the top of the heap?
  • Do they have an awesome product?  A WOW product that has proven results and multiple products behind it.
  • Do they have a simple system that others can plug into and be successful?
  • Is your “sponsor-to-be” committed to your success?  Do you have the assurance that they will be there for you?  To find this out, call them, ask questions, Google them to see what is said about them online.


There are plenty of so-called opportunities out there and I urge you not to fall for the prelaunch hype.  Study and ask questions before you jump into something.  I would strongly suggest calling the person making the offer.  It is important that you feel comfortable with the person you are going into business with.  If you do so, there is a better chance that you will not be disappointed.


I personally believe that there is no need to be competitive.  Competitive people always apply pressure and play games with your mind.  I believe that the means and supply of wealth is endless.  There is plenty for all.  Do not let anyone pressure you.  It’s your money; it’s your life.  Take your time and follow your intuition and you will find yourself in a much better place.

Michael Puskas is committed to helping people understand that they have the God-given power to live a happy meaningful life.  To live such a life, one must develop what God has freely given to them.  We all have a mind, will, emotion, and a spirit.  If we learn how to use them, we will come to know the secrets of abundant life.  If you would like free mentoring information, please go to: http://mlmsuccesscoaching.com or http://WealthMastersNetwork.com


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