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Is Insurance, MLM & Real Estate Agent Considered Business Owner?
#1
Clear answer: NO

A business is an organization or enterprising entity engaged in commercial, industrial or professional activities. A company transacts business activities through the production of a good, offering of a service or retailing of already manufactured products. A business can be a for-profit entity or a nonprofit organization that operates to fulfill a charitable mission.

You have no authority in term of the price, product, policy, variable and so on. You are just a overpaid salesperson that follow the instructions given by your bosses.

You may say there is passive income. NO, passive income does not determine whether you are a business owner. Passive income can be generated everywhere including the banks and dividends. You don't see anyone call themselves businessman do you? You depend on the company for your passive income, and not the other way round. You customer pay your company and not you. As long as you don't process the payment, you are not the decision maker at all.

Stop putting in fake advertisement to mislead the inexperience or gullible ones. You recruit them to work under the company, not you - unless you own the business.

Marcus Out.
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#2
Thank you Marcus. I have been waiting for this for years.

You have you team and blah blah balh, but you will never your own boss until you have full control of your business.
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#3
*take popcorn*

You do know there will be a lot of people going to disagree with you right?
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#4
If you lump traditional business - supplier A sell to retailer B, retailer B sell to consumer C, then you will never see insurance as a business. We are not selling biscuit or cake here.

Insurance advisers are providing a service and customer choose the one who can provide the best service. To me, improving your server standards are something not an ordinary worker will do. The business owner will have the best customer service in his company, and I am for sure. No employee will improve themselves or go extra mile for their customer like we do. To name a few, this is already an attribute more superior than a normal business owner already.
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#5
Bro, who cares when we all make money right?
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(11-10-2016, 11:06 AM)Keith Wrote: If you lump traditional business - supplier A sell to retailer B, retailer B sell to consumer C, then you will never see insurance as a business. We are not selling biscuit or cake here.

Insurance advisers are providing a service and customer choose the one who can provide the best service. To me, improving your server standards are something not an ordinary worker will do. The business owner will have the best customer service in his company, and I am for sure. No employee will improve themselves or go extra mile for their customer like we do. To name a few, this is already an attribute more superior than a normal business owner already.

The funny thing is you can be terminated. If you can be terminated do you still call it your business?

(12-10-2016, 10:21 AM)Jalil Wrote: Bro, who cares when we all make money right?

That is right.
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#7
Weird. Marcus, why do you even start this topic in the first place?
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#8
(14-10-2016, 08:13 PM)ZhaoHui Wrote: Weird. Marcus, why do you even start this topic in the first place?

This is a forum, everyone can say what they want.
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#9
no, no and no.

you don't and can't create value for your business partners or associates, all your do is to benefit your own job and your own self.

business should be able to build synergy, but you don't own anything and you often have to check back
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#10
Why would such an obvious question be asked here ?
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