Why Women Rule

Network Marketing Pro 2017 -- Episode 17

In this clip, Marina Worre talks about a very important demographic: Women.

In Network Marketing 77% of distributors in the United States are women. Globally that number is 76%. Despite the fact that women make up the majority of Network Marketers, there are three big myths about women.

Myth #1: Women are not capable of building a big network. All they can do is find a few customers and sell some products.
This is not true. What is one of the key concepts of building a successful Network Marketing business? It’s meeting people, talking to people, and building relationships. Who is better than women at doing all of this? Women can strike up a conversation like that. Women give honest compliments to others and in two seconds, they strike up a conversation, and in a few minutes they have a new friend. Women are amazing at building and maintaining relationships, which is the key to building huge networks.

Myth #2: Women are not capable of leading big organizations. All they can do is play a supportive role.
Women not only give birth and raise children, but there are women leading countries and entire companies. Global Fortune 500 companies like General Motors, IMB, and Pepsi Co. are all run by women. So, how can you say that women can’t lead big organizations?

Myth #3: Women are not capable of creating true wealth. All they can do is earn an insignificant income.

Studies show that they number of wealthy women in the United States is growing as fast as wealthy men. In America, 45% of millionaires are women. Of those women, 60% of them earned their own fortunes. They did not receive an inheritance, they earned their wealth. Some people estimate that by 2030, women will control as much as two-thirds of the nation’s wealth. These numbers are fairly similar on the global level. Many global companies have women as some of the top income earners.

At last year’s Most Powerful Women’s Event, we had speakers up on the stage, and their combined income levels was over $25 million.

These myths are simply not true about women in Network Marketing. Women make up a significant part of Network Marketing, and they will continue to rise to the challenge.