I once spoke with a gentleman who was a 54-year old Sales Manager for a major U.S. Computer Company. He had never been in Network Marketing but was highly considering it for the first time.

He said, "Jerry,... over the past 25 years, at least a dozen people have approached me about Network Marketing, but I have never been able to see myself as a distributor."

I asked him what interested him about it now, and he said, "Retirement. Based on my investment portfolio and my income I know I won't be able to retire and continue to live the lifestyle that my wife and I are accustomed to. And based on my research, it appears this thing I've been avoiding all these years - Network Marketing - is our best chance to be able to set ourselves up financially within the next 6-8 years. But I just don't like doing the things that I've been hearing that I would have to do in order to make it work."

I laughed and said, "Great! Welcome to the crowd."

I told him that one of the best parts about building a Network Marketing business is...