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New Year’s Resolutions

December 22, 2008

People in “the business” talk all of the time about “making the decision” to move on and build the business. Nine years ago this time of the year, I made a different decision, that of moving on and leaving the business. The end of the year is a great time to evaluate the state of your business. In a few days, you can close out the books and know exactly how much money you’ve made and how many expenses you’ve incurred. If you got into Amway/Quixtar to make money, knowing your bottom line is critical. You should also factor in how much time you and your downline have spent running your business.

IBOs: What is your bottom line for 2008?

You don’t have to answer in the comments section below if you don’t want to, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t know the answer to that question yourself.

Armed with this information, you can make a decision on whether or not to stay in the business. If you decide to stay, good luck and make sure you continue to keep a careful eye on your finances. If you decide to leave, know that there are other opportunities out there to earn extra income.

Happy holidays to all and see you in 2009!

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