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Unread 30th May 2011, 02:56 PM   #1
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Hi friends,
Just thought of signing up to GDI but I am a bit skeptical about its potential to work for me. Does it really work? Can anybody help me?
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Originally Posted by gola4u View Post

Hi friends,
Just thought of signing up to GDI but I am a bit skeptical about its potential to work for me. Does it really work? Can anybody help me?
Can it work for you is an easy question to answer, of course it can. The real question is, will you work for it?

Last night I read where a fellow by the name of Jeff Casmere is working at getting his web site to the top 5 in Google for one of the most difficult keyword phrases there is. He is making head way, sitting now at the top of page two. I haven't checked but that is probably position 11 in a Google search. He stated he has been working at it for 8 months. That's a lot of work and he's not in the top spots yet and most likely the truly hard part of getting there is yet to come. But, will he make, of course he will, he is relentless and will not stop until he does.

Sadly most people look at those tough keywords and don't even try, it's to much work. That's the same reason most people fail at GDI, SFI, MyWorldPlus, and every other income opportunity. The opportunity doesn't fail even though most will blame it and slam it, it's the person who fails. Some because they really don't know what to do but the majority is because they simply don't want to do what it takes.

So, do you want GDI to work for you? If you do then get to work and plan to stick with it for the long haul. It won't happen over night and maybe not even in a year but it will happen and the payoff will make it all worth it.

If you don't know what to do start asking and reading. The http://www.warriorforum.com/ is filled with information and people ready to help.

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The key to GDI or any opportunity is as Stephen mentioned have a plan and stick with it. GDI is a great opportunity but honestly you will not become rich in a month or two.

To often people are looking for instant results and when that does not happen they give up. What many fail to realize and what I like about GDI is that over time as your downline grows so does your income.

So if you are willing to work at it and realize that it may take awhile to see the fruits of your labor than it is a great program. If you are looking for more immediate results and the monthly membership fee is going to be a financial burden--then move on to something else.

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Originally Posted by gola4u View Post

Does it really work? Can anybody help me?
My comments are here.

I wish you good luck, if you try it. And especially good luck in finding retail customers who aren't themselves joining the business opportunity. The true value of the products/services, and the fact that they mustn't be linked to recruiting/sponsoring, is absolutely fundamental to the legality of network marketing businesses. And here's a page from the website of a very pro-MLM firm of specialist US lawyers - and even they're explaining why.
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