The new entrepreneur’s dream is to sit back and collect checks without having to do any work to set up a business.
For most people, this will remain a dream, but not for you.
I’m going to show you how you can sit back and collect checks from these businesses that’ve already done all the hard work for you…
I’m telling you: it doesn’t get any easier than this.
I look at every opportunity in front of me with an abundance of skepticism.
Most things that sound too good to be true usually are. But when that too good to be true opportunity benefits both sides of the arrangement, it’s as if you’ve struck a gold mine.
In this case, the companies you’re going to be working with have struck a gold mine—you’re simply given the opportunity to walk in and pick out the nicest looking chunks of gold.
So, why would these companies do all the hard work only for you to roll around and scoop up your checks?
It’s because you’re going to be exposing their brand.
The tool you’ll use for doing this is a distributorship.
The biggest downfall of entrepreneurs these days is that you spend too much time trying to come up with a product to sell to people.
When you don’t find the next break-through product, it can only go one of two ways.
- You’ll give up on everything and continue to lead the same life you’ve been stuck with the past 4 or 5 decades
- You’ll just go with the best product you can think of (even though you’re not completely convinced) and go broke trying to sell something mediocre.
Out of those two options, the first one is obviously better.
Of course, you won’t have made any progress at all, but at least you won’t be living on the streets the rest of your life.
But those two options don’t even come close to cutting it for me.
That’s why I’m going to present you with a third option. This option allows you to scoop up your checks without ever creating a single product.
Again, this third option is done by using distributorships.
Basically, a distributorship is an agreement between you and a company that states if you sell their product, they’ll give you a chunk of the profit.
It’s probably the simplest business model you’ll ever come across.
But you need to know how to make it effective.
The biggest reason people shy away from distributorships is because they think they don’t know how to sell.
But that’s also already done for you.
How do you think the company got to where it is today?
Take Pepperidge Farm, for example:
You know exactly who I’m talking about, because they’re a massive name in the snack industry, and part of the reason they’re as big as they are today is because of distributorships.
Pepperidge Farm knows how to sell snacks, and using their distributorships means you can use their creative sales techniques to sell their products, as well.
I’m just using Pepperidge Farm as an example, but there are hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of distributorship opportunities out there waiting for you.
The benefits for going this route when you can’t find a unique product of your own are endless:
- The product is already there for you
- The sales model is already there for you
- There’s endless amounts of creative resources available to you
- The company will provide you with any support or assistance you need
- You can become a part of a rapidly growing company at no cost to you
What are you waiting for?
The paychecks are sitting there with your name on.