Corporate VS. The People Mentality

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Corporate Vs. The People

Recently I came across an App called Rippln. This innovative idea of an App comes to mind of the money going back to the people vs. the corporate mentality.

Rippln’s concept is a bit different than a company just profiting for their creation of the App. The creator takes the idea and allows the grass roots market to make a referral income.  Average people making a chunk of the money for an idea that someone created. I like it and for those that understand leverage, you get it too.

Let’s take the Network Marketing industry for example (MLM, Multi-Level). Many great companies out there allow a user to not only be a customer but a marketer as well to pay for their product/service and make additional income too.

I use to run a computer service company for over 5 years servicing infected Windows Machines. I wasn’t satisfied because I knew it was only about me. I hired a few employees that turned into headaches because they didn’t care so much about my company. The urgency wasn’t deep enough. Therefore, I appreciated the grass roots system (Affiliates sharing the wealth).

The Affiliates

There was something about educating affiliates and allowing them to go out and market for you so that you can earn “1% of the efforts of 100 people instead of 100% of the efforts coming from you.”

I have several projects going on in my life that bring me multiple streams of income. I learned from a book called Rich Dad, Poor Dad back in 2006 that you need 3-5 streams of income full-time to bring you home and work on your passions.  I set myself up to educate others so that they too can earn an income and not depend on one paycheck.

The industry that has given so much back to me in the form of personal growth and mental toughness. The industry where the average person can succeed and where 80% of millionaires are made.

Cesar Ramirez
http://www.WorkWithCesarRamirez.com
Serial Entrepreneur

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