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Why do people join SFI?
SFI is the top Internet marketing affiliate program in the World Wide Web as to date.
Some of the reasons why SFI and its products are so popular
Posted by Chris Keenan
SFI is a proper online business. The SFI program is a complete turnkey system that is FREE to join and all the resources you need are provided FREE. Your start-up cost is practically zero and there is hardly any start-up time.
With SFI you do not need to have your own website(s) or hosting service to run your online business. They are all provided FREE for you to use. SFI provides you with more than 20 personalized ?Gateway? websites that you can use immediately.
With SFI all you need is a good computer and a basic Internet connection to start your business. No other office equipment is needed and the business can be run completely from home.
SFI is an International company and you can earn an income from over 200 countries across the globe. There are no territorial restrictions. You will be able to build a Global Network of success oriented business partners worldwide.
You can be a partner in this global marketing team whether you are an entrepreneur, doctor, engineer, teacher, housewife, student, or from any walk of live. SFI is an equal-opportunity program and accepts members from all over the world. It has tens of thousands of affiliates worldwide and involves men and women of all ages, race and ethnic backgrounds.
SFI handles all the selling part. Your job is to promote and bring customers to your ?Gateway? website. The more visitors you bring in, the more chances they will buy and the more profit you make.
SFI also handles payment processing, inventory tracking and shipping the products to your customers. Customer's service is all taken care of for you.
SFI understands the Internet. Using their powerful central Admin site, online real time genealogies, numerous tools, advanced email options you can manage your online business from anywhere at any time.
SFI has a powerful and fair compensation plan. You will have access to your upline to ask questions. The compensation plan rewards people for helping you become successful. Everyone has an equal opportunity to make as much money as they want as an affiliate. A quote from Gery Careson, Founder and President of SFI: ?As for the Comp Plan (compensation plan), you simply have to be a TL (team leader). Period. This keeps the Comp Plan clean, simple, and puts the big money within reach of every affiliate.?
Even if you are a busy person, SFI can create a good second income. With only a few hours a week and will not interfere with your current job or career. Set your own working hours.
SFI s not a pyramid scheme. In SFI, no matter where you are positioned in the network or when you join, you can advance to the very highest income levels and even earn more than those above you in the network. The bottom line is you will get out of your business what you put into it. They are an established Internet business opportunity.
SFI also pays commission and bonuses based on its entire earnings. You can earn lucrative bonuses for Executive Matches and Team Matches. When you build your own team, your earnings become larger as your team becomes bigger. When your team succeeds, you succeed along with them. It is commonly referred to as Residual Income.
SFI is not a ?get rich quick? scheme. It is an online business. It can be your own Internet business?
Thanks to the Internet and SFI's smartly designed infrastructure, your business expenses are minimal. You can contact thousands via email, search engines, directories, free ads, etc. No door to door sales, No postage, No printing, No calls.
SFI is an absolutely FREE Affiliate Program. There is no joining fees or subscriptions. You can be a free member as long as you want. But, like any other business, you can choose to invest money or you can invest time to build your business. This makes SFI one of the most affordable and practical businesses in the world.
Even though SFI has hundreds of quality products and services for sale, you are not required to buy anything from SFI. SFI has a broad product line including wellness, music, information products, weight loss, pet care, magazines and much more. Hundreds of products you can sell.
You can choose to purchase SFI products for your own use at huge discounts. SFI products are of such high quality that you might find it better to buy from your own SFI store. You can replace the goods and services you get elsewhere and get them from SFI instead. And with SFI great discounts, you will save money doing it too!
As a SFI Affiliate, you have free access to all of SFI's facilities and resources to run your own Internet business. They offer dozens of free and almost free ways to promote your business.
No previous business experience is needed. SFI has a very extensive and up to date Training Library. The training is very systematic, simple to understand and easily accessible. You do not have to complete your training to start your business. You can start to earn income as you learn to build and run your business. SFI really helps build your confidence, knowledge and skills to become a successful Internet marketer. The in house training program allows you learn as you earn.
SFI provides you with proven marketing strategies or marketing methods and all the necessary marketing aids such as banners, text ads, scripts, etc. to help you in your promotional campaigns.
With SFI you can do your online business part-time, full-time or whenever you feel like it. There is no obligation to work and no sales quota to reach.
Your upline team leaders are always willing to help you become successful. You will get help from real people, not auto responders.
SFI has a very professional and helpful support staff of real people to handle all your queries and problems. They are also very people friendly and efficient.
SFI is the Top Internet Marketing Affiliate Program because it is a reliable and easy system. Anyone can work it and benefit from it. The SFI system really helps people help themselves.
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Monday, January 18, 2010
“Fail” is a 4-letter word – the ultimate “F” word, you might even say. In this article, I’ve identified the Top 5 reasons people fail at achieving their goals. You may find that one, two, or even all five of these relate to your life and experience with goal setting. If that’s the case, don’t despair. Following each reason are some questions you can use to turn them around. You’ll start to experience real progress – not just movement that seems to go nowhere. As you read these, be honest with yourself – but not harsh. Take the time to answer the questions and think about alternate ways of doing things so that 2003 will be a year of massive goal ACHIEVEMENT for you!
Reason #1: People don’t take action. OK, this sounds obvious. Surely we all know that we have to take action in order to get somewhere. Even so, you would not believe how many people I talk with who sit there and wonder why their life doesn’t go the way they want it. (I know this b/c I’ve been there.) The thing is that they often don’t know what action to take, OR, they aren’t being honest with themselves about whether they really are taking action.
Here are some questions to consider: If you had already achieved your goal, what actions would you have taken to get there? What do you feel inspired to do right now? What are 20 possible actions you could take? Which ones are the most inspiring? Will this action I’m considering benefit me and/or my business? How do I know? How can you make a game out of taking action? (My coach and I have created a game I use. I am alternately cursed and blessed by being an incredible idea generator. What I’ve realized is that I get so juiced by creating new ideas that I have to pay attention to actually taking action. My game is to see how short I can make the time span from the time I get an idea to the time I take an action – any action – toward its completion. Yes, it’s a game, but it works! – And if you remember the article from last month, one of my key philosophies is “use what works!”
Reason #2: People are afraid. They might be afraid of failure, or of success. And sometimes they are afraid of both. A bit of a catch-22, wouldn’t you say?
Usually when we are afraid to go for our goals, it is because of a belief we have about what it means to achieve it, or to go for it and not quite make it. Unfortunately those beliefs are usually based on stories from our past, or even on complete falsehoods.
So the solution is to get really honest about the truth of the situation. Ask yourself questions that give you a different perspective: What is scary about having this goal come true for me? What is scariest about going for it and not making it? What am I really afraid of? Where does it come from? Is it REALLY true? Really? What’s the real truth about this situation? Do I actually want this goal?
Reason #3: People have poor internal programming. Think of yourself like a computer – whatever you put in affects what you get out. As you set goals and think about achieving them and the actions required to achieve them, what thoughts are you “putting in”? What is the internal dialogue you have running? What do you imagine will happen?
All of these things – thoughts, words, and your imagination – affect your real results. I won’t go into tons of detail here, but here are some questions to stimulate some positive internal programming:
If this goal were already achieved, how would I feel? What would be different in my life?
Imagine yourself (or your business) with the goal already achieved. Imagine it in Technicolor ways. Describe your experience to someone else (or yourself) as if it were already true. How did it feel taking the steps to achieve it? What did you learn? What did you like best?
Reason #4: People’s environments don’t make success automatic. Most of us have been taught to use willpower to get ourselves to do what needs to be done. While that can work short term, it is also draining and doesn’t usually sustain the change or action. Instead, think about designing your environments to get you to do what you know/think you ought to be doing.
In your physical environment – What are the obstacles/distractions that make it hard for you to follow-through? How could you change or remove them?
In your support/administrative environment – What sort of prompts or triggers can you set up to remind you and nudge you to follow-through on things? (I actually have my assistant send me reminders and nudges to get me to do the things that I tend to put on the backburner. And since I’m paying her to do this, you bet your booty I’m more likely to follow-through.)
What about your human environment? Who do you surround yourself with? Are the people you hang out with naysayers who don’t achieve their own goals, or are they people who set goals, think about what they want out of life, and then take action toward them.
What other “environments” can you think of? How would you redesign them to support you better?
Reason #5: People give up too early. Yep, while most of us like to think of ourselves as persistent, the truth is most of us give up just before we’re about to have a breakthrough. We let discouragement and obstacles become barriers, rather than using them as launching pads for the next approach.
What if your last discouragement actually holds within it the key to getting what you want? How important is this goal to you? If it is a “must”, then you can’t give up. That doesn’t mean you beat your head against the wall doing the same thing over and over again, but it also means you find another approach.
How will this action benefit you and/or your business?
If this “problem” is actually the foundation of an even better solution or goal, what would that be?
What if all of this is perfect and teaching you exactly what you need to know? What would you do then?
What will the rest of 2003 hold for you? How will you take action, transform the fear, and program yourself and your environment so that you will exponentially increase your chances of achieving your goals?
Posted By Chris Keenan