Why This Business? Why Now?
What would a company look like
if its first aim were to foster "The Good Life"?
Ask yourself these questions:
- How was your day?
- Was work good? Not today's results, not the downstream
payoffs, but the moment-to-moment doing of it.
- Did it please you?
- Were the ideas exciting?
- Did you make anything you were proud of?
- Was your day fun?
- Does the job you have foster the life you want?
- Did you get some exercise, see friends, laugh with
your children, share dinner with anyone who mattered to you?
- Is work working for you? Is life working?
If the answer to any of these questions is "no", then
you might consider looking seriously into the Simplexity business
opportunity. Here's why:
Work style: In a home based business we set our own hours,
dress as we wish, attend to our health, recreate and relax during
regular work hours (any time we want to) and put our families first.
The nature of the product: If the company's product or service
is easy to understand and inherently beneficial to kids, partners,
friends, animals and the planet in general, then work life can easily
and enjoyably be shared with your family instead of work being compartmentalized.
Work becomes a source of connection instead of emotional and geographical
Location: When you work at home, you have no commute and
you can more easily enjoy life and its richness outside your home
based office. Many of us, during nice sunny days, take our computers
and cell phones to a park or a lake and enjoy doing work in tranquil
Industrial anxiety level: Some products are outmoded even
before they're marketed. The typical life cycle of an industry's
products affects the daily activity felt by those who work in it.
Not in Simplexity. The products are so effective, once people try
them, they don't stop using them. The products are so unique that
marketplace competition is barely an issue.
The nature of the products and collegiality: An easy-to-understand
product enables distributors to be engaged by one another's achievements.
It promotes excellent communication instead of misunderstanding
and teamwork instead of isolation.
The nature of the product and relationships with customers:
Work feels better if the products generate happiness and customer
loyalty. We have satisfied customers who have been with Simplexity
for more than 20 years.
Attention-getting products: Simplexity products are inherently
effective and results producing so they are in demand in the marketplace.
If you decide to build a home-based business in the network marketing
industry and you chose Simplexity as the company to represent, then
the above business characteristics are a few of the benefits you
will get to enjoy just like many of us have been doing for more
than two decades.
When you ask us: How was your day? Our answer most likely will
be, "Our day was good, really, really good. How was yours?"