There are always fads and fashions in any industry or profession where there’s intense competition.
Network Marketing is no exception; it’s just that that competition in Network Marketing is equally about products and customers as it is about attracting and keeping Referral Agents. Fads come and go constantly. Trends, on the other hand, develop over a period of time and are linked to underlying causes that reflect the changing needs of human society as a whole.
Technological progress has transformed Network Marketing over the past decade, and will continue to do so in the foreseeable future. The impact of computers, hardware, software and networking, has revolutionized the nature and operation of Network Marketing. Automated record keeping, bonus calculation and processing (including electronic funds transfer), desktop publishing, database creation and maintenance, mailing and more have made the four essential components of successful Network Marketing more accessible, affordable and more effective. Technology is neither good nor bad. It depends on what we do with it, and why and how we do it. We need to be aware of this risk, and avoid the tendency that often develops in connection with technology… impersonal "processing" rather than personal interaction. Like most tools, technology is a brilliant servant, but a disastrous master. TCN has thwarted this trend by focusing on it People and not its System.
Fundamental changes in business, brought about largely by technological advances and, to a lesser extent, by greed on the part of stockholders and senior corporate managements, are imposing serious changes on how we live. No longer is there any illusion of job security, seniority or loyalty in the work place. Disillusionment is the true hallmark of all these changes. Consequently, there is a growing groundswell of people, well-educated, skilled and experienced, discarded by traditional business systems, who are increasingly willing to consider Network Marketing as a viable option for them. Many, if not most, of these professionals would rarely have contemplated involvement in Network Marketing until now. Once they adapt their existing expertise to the unique nature of Network Marketing, they generally build their business faster than ever. They thrive in the dynamic, co-operative, synergistic, interdependent, relationship-based environment of this most enlightened, egalitarian form of free enterprise. These are the people now shaping the future of Network Marketing for the twenty-first century. By positioning your TCN business in front of these worldwide trends it can be as big and successful as you want it to be. It all depends on you.
You have probably heard the phrase many times, "timing is everything". There is a great deal of truth in that statement. The difference between a good joke and a bad one is a person's sense of timing. An appropriate pause makes a joke . . . an inappropriate pause can kill the same joke. Timing is essential when dealing with people. You don't ask for a raise when business is not going well or when things are tense around the office. Timing in Life; throughout our lives we spend way more time thinking about where we have been than where we are going. Do you find yourself sitting in contemplation at times wondering "What If?" What if I had chosen this path vs. the one I am on? What if I had made this change, married that person, finished my degree, quit that job. Timing is important in every aspect of your life and now is the time to make the changes you have long desired. TCN has correctly positioned itself with perfect marketing timing for all its products, services and opportunity. Make it your perfect time by joining TCN today.