Tuesday, June 28, 2011

QNET: More Questions Than Answers

Are you are looking to make an extra income in these tough times. You may have looked into different avenues and today you’re looking at the direct selling industry. You've asked your friends about their opinions and you have done some research. During this time, you hear about a company called QNET. Your friend invites you to a business presentation event. You reluctantly agree to go and see what all the hype is about.

You enter the presentation hall and are directed to a free sit and you are immediately hit by the sheer number of people in the hall. Are they all curious about QNET like you are or are they part of the business? These are some the questions running in your head. You take a sit, greet your fellow neighbors and wait for the presentation to start, at which time several speakers take to the stage introducing the products and the business plan to the audience. If there is time, there are even videos for you to watch.


I am guessing that you have been to such business presentations at least once and are still in search for more proof and information about QNET. The reason you are reading this particular post, as am told by several of my prospects, is because while you sat at that particular presentation, several thoughts kept running through your mind, such as "This is too good to be true!" I personally know this because I too was once like you, seated at the back row, watching everyone else for a clue that I was not the only one with the same thought.

If you have not yet been to such a presentation, don't worry, your time is coming! One of the reasons why such thoughts run through your mind is that once the speakers start talking about the business plan, the figures they mention seem far too unrealistic to you. It’s at this point that you lose most of your attention and focus and although you may love the products offered, you start questioning the business as a whole because you know from experience that earning that type of money from any business, in the short time mentioned by these speakers, is just not possible.

Or is it?

Isn't this why you agreed to go to the presentation in the first place? Is it that hard to believe that you could earn $2500 a week or even a day? You may ask yourself why is it that you have never heard about this business or industry before? You assume that because people are earning this amount of money, they would scream at the tops of their voices bragging about it, right? But let me ask you this, when was the last time you told the world the amount of money you had on your person, let alone your bank account? If you have never shared this extremely personal information, why do you expect other people to do it too? Think about that for a moment.

You may also start wondering if this speaker really does make this amount of money? They may be dressed the part and "walk the walk" but are they really high income earners? And if so, how long did they have to work the business to earn that income? During my years in this industry I have found that the speakers at these presentations fall under three categories;

  • Those who love the products 
  • Those who have managed to make money off their business
  • Those who have done both. 

For them to speak at these presentations, they have to fall under these three major categories. And as for how long they took to earn their incomes, all I can say with confidence is that it was definitely not overnight! This is a business after all, not a hobby. They worked to get to where they are.

What you have to understand is that these types of business presentations are set up by teams of people to allow their members to invite their friends and at any presentation, 70% of the people there are just like you, curious and in search for answers. These people where not bribed or forced to attend, they were invited. Do you think it's easy convincing someone to go to such presentations? If you have ever attended such a presentation, how long where you’re pushed before you decided to attend? Now think about the person who referred you to attend this event. They do this on a weekly basis, if not daily. So do these speakers earn what they say? YES


This is because 20% of the people referred to such presentations join after just one sitting. It's possible and it's being done right now. The question of how long it would take you, an average person, to make that same amount of income depends on the amount of effort you are willing to put into the business. Put in more effort. earn more money, it's as simple as that.

If all that has been said is true, why is it then that you have never heard about the products and services offered? This is one last thought that runs through your mind (Remember, I know because I thought this too). You are used to hearing about such high quality products from adverts placed in news papers, magazines, television and radio to mention but a few. Why aren't the products and services offered by QNET advertised in this way?

It's not an uncommon thought, but what you have to understand is that you are now hearing about these products and services because the Law of Attraction has taken effect in your life. What do I mean by this? Simply put, because you were searching for a particular solution to a problem, someone (most probably the friend you confided in about your problem), after careful thought and consideration on their part, came up to you and suggested you look into QNET for your solution. Believe me when I tell you that you would not have known about QNET, or any other business of this kind, any other way! That is after all what "Word-of-Mouth" advertising is all about!

After all was said and done, if you left the presentation with more questions than answers, I hope this blog post has helped clear some issues you may have had about QNET. The is a sound business, the business system utilized works and the products and services are of the highest quality. If you are truly interested in any of the products offered or you’re looking to earn an extra income, look no further. If you are ready to join, I welcome you to visit the QNET website or email me directly. If you have any other questions, please feel free to leave a comment below.

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