Tuesday, July 1, 2008

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Liberty League - Will It Make You Money ?

Let's take a sneak peek here to see if Liberty League is the right company for you.

Finding the best business opportunity always requires time, energy, and a lot of research on your part. I'm here to help guide you in your decision as to whether Liberty League is the right company for you.

Liberty League is also known as Liberty League International, aka LLI. They are a seven year old company based out of beautiful Scottsdale, Arizona. Completely out of text here I do recommend going to Scottsdale, Arizona. It's beautiful but caution, is extremely hot many times of the year.

Liberty League offers you products for personal development. They focus on changing your mindset and help you to get rid of your old hard habits. The first and foremost product is Beyond Freedom.

Liberty League's Beyond Freedom is a 90-day program that consists of a journal, a few audio CD's, a Video, and a few other smalls things like a pen, notepad, and rubber bracelet. This program is a self-guided tour that helps you to change your way of thinking and to better your life.

When you get ready to join Liberty League you will have two options. You can simply become a member for $49.95. Let me first mention though that if you do this you will have to pass up your first five sales to your sponsor. We'll get into this shortly.

Option two would be to buy Liberty league's personal development product Beyond Freedom. This option tends to be better because you will not have to wait as long to begin to make money with Liberty League. However Beyond Freedom has a hefty price tag of $1495. Liberty League's whole compensation plan is structured around you passing up sales to your sponsor. There are two disadvantages to this. First after you pass up your first two sales to your sponsor you then break away from them and are now in direct competition with them. The second is it takes you longer to make money with a pass-up company because you start out always passing up your first sales.

When you go and pass up your first sales to your sponsor you are then ready to make money with the company. So you can expect to pay and lose a total of $3500 with Liberty League before you can then make money. This comes from the two sales we passed up to our sponsor and then the $1495 we paid for the Beyond Freedom program.

Now Liberty League does offer two more products that as a member you can sell but here are the conditions. You first must purchase these products yourself and then you must pass up your first four sales for each of these other products. The two other products are the Liberty League Conference and the Summit Conference. These are fancy and lavish conferences that Liberty League holds at beautiful resorts around the world.

The price of the Conferences are pretty steep. The Liberty Conference has a cost of $7,995. The Summit Conference has a cost of $12,995. Liberty League says that if you compare these prices to other companies the cost is very low. Personally I think whether you compare them or not this is still a heck of a lot of money here. Then after you purchase these two products you still are going to have to pass up four more sales of each of the conferences before you then can make money on them yourself.

To summarize things here I would not recommend going with Liberty League. Even though I think they have a great idea marketing personal development products, the costs are just too high. Based on the price of the products and the time it takes to start making money with the company you're best bet is to keep on searching. There are some great companies out there and it's just a matter of time before you find the right one for you. Liberty League is not a scam and does make people money but I'd recommend finding a better company to start your online carrer with.

Why Should I Join Liberty League

Today's article I found on the current page of someone else's blog for Liberty League. It's made to encourage you to think outside the box and can be used to motivate people to join any business. Not just Liberty League.

Ditching The Need For Other's Approval

One thing we know is true: if you want to become radically successful in any area of your life, it's going to require you to adopt a policy of not giving a rats you know what of what the masses out there think.

Do you get that?

Have you always been a part of the "herd" but always want to make a run for the fence ... you can't always hold hands with the herd and at the same time hop over the fence into a new life that you desire.

Most people need to have others approval with every thing that they do. "If I go on a diet, my girlfriends are just going to point out the fact that I failed at the last 6 times I started a diet." Or, "If I go and start this home business, my family is going to laugh at me for joining one of those things."

If you feel that way then here might be a solution for you:

Cowboy up and tell those people to mind their own business.

I kid you not. If you have someone in your life that's constantly knocking you down and criticizing you....reminding you of your past failures....trying to run your entire life your you...then maybe it's time you did something about it. Because if you're not willing to do that, you're basically saying "Their opinions and approval out way my own and my own personal beliefs for becoming what I want to be."

We all know life is too short to be playing with the wrong crowd. You need to choose your dreams and go for it.

The herd will still be grazing in the field when you come to find your self on top of a mountain looking over the world with success in your hands.

It's clear to see that this article can work not only for Liberty League but for any company that you're looking to drive motivated people to.