Some years ago, I had breakfast with Kay, a networking leader in Brisbane, Australia.
When I asked her why she became a leader, she said:
“I worked 70-hour weeks. My sponsor asked me when my husband and I finally planned to spend time together. That really hit me. There wasn’t going to be any time unless I changed my business.”
Think about it.
People get married to spend time together, but dual careers make it difficult. If a relationship is important to a couple, time together could be a powerful reason for them to become leaders in a network marketing business.