Market America UnFranchise Action Steps to Grow Your Business

 

 

The Market America plan is not immediate. It works when you work, so you’re going to need to perform some action steps to get your business going. Stores are moving online and in the future, new technologies will replace many of our jobs. So it’s high time to start thinking about creating a residual income. Doing so allows you not only to create your own UnFranchise business and benefit from the work that you put in. But it will also give you the autonomy of choosing where and when you work. The best part is that you don’t have to put up too much money upfront. A traditional business will require you to jeopardize your financial securing by requiring large costs. Some people will get this money from their retirement savings or bank savings, meaning that they no longer have those to rely on. With Market America, you can start part time and on the weekends. There are minimal upfront costs, so many people have the opportunity to be their own boss. Market America is in the business of people helping people.

 

So what’s involved in being a Market America UnFranchise owner? One of the first things you’ll need to do is be engaged as a learner. According to Sarah Rose Stack, who owns an UnFranchise business with her spouse Ryan Stack, the average CEO is reading four to five books a month. Meanwhile, the average person will read about two books a year. She stresses the importance of using your valuable downtime to get your brain thinking. Instead of watching a brain-numbing show, pick up a book or audio tape. Sarah Stack says that you don’t know what you don’t know, so you should seek out people who have done what you want to do.

 

Successful people love to share information with the world, so seek out their advice on websites, in books, and through other means. Sometimes, we look for advice by taking our past experiences, or ask someone who may not be qualified to give us an opinion about a specific topic. You’re doing yourself a disservice if you’re not making some quick searches online for material that’s going to help you grow. This could be as simple as podcasts, blog articles, magazines, books, and YouTube videos. There’s a wealth of free information out there.

 

Ryan Stack says that neither he or his wife came from business backgrounds, but they slowly learned how to manage one. It can be as simple as spending 15 to 20 minutes a day reading or listening to new, relevant information. Be consistent and don’t try to learn too much at one time. Your aim is to retain the information you learn, and to be able to apply it to your situation and life. Market America UnFranchise owners have access to many free trainings accessible online. Ask for recommendations for personal development books if you’re stuck. You can’t really go wrong with trying to improve yourself through learning, so look for topics that interest you and that you want to learn more about. Look for material by people that you admire and that share some of the same principles as you.

 

Being a lifelong learner is one thing, now let’s talk money. Market America has a solid reward program for spenders, and this is connected with how much you earn. When you purchase from shop.com, you’re earning cash back. As a Market America UnFranchise owner, you’re positioned to earn more. Since you’re working with a community of other individual UnFranchise owners, you can link your spending with theirs and each of you can earn. This means that when either of you make purchases, both of you benefit. As Sarah Stack puts it, “you get a return on everything you buy just to live.” She’s talking about the everyday products that you’re already buying and using. You don’t have to buy random products and ruin your household budget to be involved in this. Since you’re already buying these necessities, it doesn’t make much sense not to earn rewards when you shop.

 

To optimize the rewards you’re earning through Market America, look to purchase from yourself first if you’re an UnFranchise owner. Purchase also from your team members, who will benefit from your shopping. If you need to, do the rest of your shopping direct from shop.com, which has a tremendous variety of household items that you would already be buying elsewhere. With Market America, you’re buying straight from the manufacturer, so you don’t have to deal with price markups. And if you can’t find what you’re looking for on a shop.com store, you can always shop with a partner store. There are 3,000 well-known Market America partner stores like Brookstone, Walmart, and Target. Shopping these stores with shop.com will also get you rewards. So if you’re planning on shopping at those stores anyways, it makes sense to do so through shop.com to get the most out of your spending.

 

Along with reading, listen to audios, and taking advantage of Shopping Annuity, it’s important that Market America UnFranchise owners attend events throughout the year. Put into perspective, you’re going to want to spend 13 days a year at seven events learning from millionaires. In comparison, think about the time and dedication that a college education requires. 13 days is minimal and provides a hefty return on investment.

 

Market America is in the business of making connections, so social media is an indispensable tool you need to use. Even if you’re not on many social media platforms, you should at least be on Facebook. It’s estimated that the platform has over three billion active users. Go where the people are, says Sarah Stack. She suggests that 80 percent of what you post should be about you and your life. And then the other 20 percent should be about your business. Otherwise, you’re using the platform as an advertisement and nobody’s going to want to talk to you.

 

Market America is all about taking those action steps to get you your own residual income. Being fully engaged as a lifelong learner, being part of Shopping Annuity, attending events, and using social media, are all going to get you closer to achieving your goals. Just don’t forget that it’s all about consistency in the UnFranchise world.


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