I get a great buzz from saving a personal customer money, and then showing them how they can make some extra money by becoming a Distributor. This is something that attracts everyone in today’s unstable economic climate. I really enjoy watching new Distributors develop and become a Leader in their own right as they take control of their future.
Wes continued: It’s not long before many of my customers realise that the savings they’re enjoying are savings that everybody would want and that by helping others they could be helping themselves to a constantly growing income by becoming a Utility Warehouse Distributor.
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Wes is clearly delighted that he invested in the Utility Warehouse (Telecom plus) opportunity. I’ve always been interested in making money. I went to The John Lyon School in Harrow, got myself suspended and eventually became Deputy Head Boy – which was a first for the school! I achieved 6 GCSEs and two A-levels. I captained my local football team, but developed a serious weight problem, which had accelerated to 17 stone by the time I was 20. Network Marketing taught me that I could achieve whatever I wanted to by simply believing in myself and by setting goals. I lost five stone in two years and by the time I was 22 I was fit enough to referee football matches.
This article was written by Hugh Graham and originally published in Making Money Magazine.