Are there serious buisness owners here?

Israel
June 22, 2007 1:50am CST
You proabably ask yourself why I ask that of you... well, I posted once about a great and quite easy buisness oportunity. I now earn quite a lot from it and the sum is rising from month to month. Many people PMed me about it, but noone actualy made the step of communicating to realy hear about it. My questions are : Do you realy think a serious buisness will be explained over mails and PMs? What would you consider being a more serious buisness : a buisness that you sign up for free, get 10$, and click on adds or just sign up without human touch? or a buisness where you actualy speak to you upline, get support from him and listen to hime explaining to you about the buisness plan live? If someone had a million dollar buisness, I find it hard to believe he would finish a deal via e-mail. I have a million dollar buisness, and I would certainly wish to speak to my prospects before I sign them up. Would you not have done the same? Are you a serious buisness owner/bulder?
3 responses
@sharon_ (1171)
• United States
22 Jun 07
I have just recently started with a company that I have decided to give a try. I feel very confident about this company and even though I don't have much of a downline yet, I know I will get more and I will support them every step of the way. I think it is much better to be able to speak to your upline and to always try and be there for your downline.
• Israel
22 Jun 07
I think the same as you, Sharon. I believe also you are right in the acount of feeling confident about the company you've just joined. Buisness building takes time, and the more profitable the buisness, it might take more time to build it. I am already two years in one of my buisnesses, and I already have 16 downlines (in this company, every downline means about 2000$ volume minimum a month) and the number is rising. All of these downlines are people I talked to - via skype, MSN or met with personaly if geographical distance allowed. Keep on and you will succeed.
@sharon_ (1171)
• United States
22 Jun 07
Thank you very much. Your evidently doing something right! A lot of people are afraid to try anything new because of whatever personal reasons they may have. I say check it out thoroughly and if you think it's right for you,go for it! You might just miss out on a "dream" of a lifetime...
@smoke_gun (1243)
• Malaysia
22 Jun 07
the problem is,we are not 100% believe each other on internet,or i can say we even dont know each other,so it difficult to believe unless we meet in real and talking about the buisness.there are too many scam on internet,even in real live buisness,if you're a serious buisnessman and hope to find any serious partner,maybe you post your company and plan details may let your prospects believe more to you and your buisness.
@tvjesse (35)
22 Jun 07
Right now i do mona-vie and it makes better money that stuff i do on the internet like cashcrate but i've only been doing cashcrate like a week and i've got 11.80 but 200/week in two weeks in mona vie where i actually have to talk to people. if your interested in either you should email me at theantitank@hotmail.com