There are some 60 million poker players in the United States. Less than 15% of them will be profitable over the course of their lives. Far less will earn a living from poke, and even less will become rich. To make the big bucks in poker requires much more than just learning the rules of the game. Those who make $100,000+ annually with poker have all learned "how to play the game" of poker through education, repetitious practice, and application.
There are some 25 million golfers in the United States. Of them, about 825 are registered players with the PGA (Professional Golfers Association). Only 600 pro golfers (current and retired) have more than $1 million in their retirement plans. Those wealthy golfers all learned "how to play the game" of golf through education, repetitious practice, and application.
There are some 20 million people in the United States who are in or were in network marketing. While 90% of them say they go involved to make big money, the fact is that only 1% will break even or make some money. A mere fraction of the 1% earns $100,000+ annually. Those network marketers who make the big bucks in network marketing - $100,000 to $500,000 and more each year - all know "how to play the game" of network marketing through education, repetitious practice, and application.
I've played poker and golf, and I'm here to tell you that it's much more difficult to get rich in poker and golf than it is in network marketing. I submit to you that succeeding and making the big money in network marketing is a whole lot easier than succeeding in poker or golf. I know this for a fact.
To make lots of money in poker or golf will require many years; this is especially true for golf. But a beginner newbie network marketer - if he or she is taught the truth about succeeding in network marketing - can be earning $10,000+ a month in just six months or less, which equates to earning $120,000+ per year. This is an irrefutable fact. It comes down simply to recruiting network marketers. Network Marketing is truly a wonderful way to achieve your financial goals.