To achieve orbit, the space shuttle must accelerate from zero to almost 18,000 miles per hour, a speed nine times as fast as the average rifle bullet. By the time the first minute has passed, the shuttle is traveling more than 1,000 miles per hour and it has already consumed more than one and a half million pounds of fuel. That massive amount of fuel creates massive thrust and consequently massive momentum or speed.
Getting anything off the ground is stinking hard, and I am not just talking about the space shuttle. Entrepreneurs and network marketing companies are always so amazed that six months after the launch of their company that they have not dominated the market and people are not lining up to join them like the launch of a new iPad. Simply stated, failure to succeed in network marketing typically comes down to a failure to get in front of enough qualified prospects. (more…)