Why do you think people are so skeptical about your home business opportunity? It may not be your home business per se, it may the industry in general. Before you got started in your opportunity, you were probably skeptical also. You saw guys standing in front of rolls royces, mansion in the background, wearing thousand dollars suits right? You probably thought these guys were con artists or something. Furthermore, your brother in law got into one of those deals and lost his shirt on it. This is a common story for many people.
It is important to understand that there are good and bad business programs, just like anything else in life. It is your responsibility to get educated and use a little common sense so you will not lose your shirt. People naturally, are very skeptical. That’s just how it is. People think if something is too good to be true, it probably isn’t. Well the truth is, if something sounds to good to be true it probably is, assuming you have the right education. That’s the problem. People don’t have the right education. This is a contributing factor as to why so many people are skeptical about your home business opportunity.
When home business entrepreneurs hear such skepticism, it causes even them to doubt whether or not this industry really works. The industry works if you work. You don’t need another business, you need to go to work. You don’t need another marketing platform, you just need to build relationships first and stop bringing up your business unless asked. We throw up on people and haven’t even established rapport. Don’t seek to recruit everyone you contact. It’s okay just to be friends.
In conclusion, this is why most people are so skeptical about your home business opportunity. Handle yourself professionally and stop begging, chasing and convincing. It really doesn’t work.
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Calvin Moss is a writer/blogger and home business professional. He lives in New York City with his wife and daughter. Connect with Calvin on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Connectwithcalvin.