This is a real story about Norman Hall, a man who shouldn’t exist.
He is the last of a special breed of door-to-door salesmen.
A Fuller Brush salesman.
If you’re younger than forty you may not recognize them, yet the Fuller Brush was one of the biggest companies of the 20th century.
Back in the days, you couldn’t avoid their salesmen.
They would climb ladders, prevent you from closing the door with their foot, insist you let them in, and would make their way out after they’ve sold you stuff you didn’t need.
Yet in the 21st century, except for Norman, they’re all extinct.
So what happened?
And why should you care?
According to him, people want to take their time before buying.
This is why Amazon, Ebay, and other online stores became so popular.
Not only you can buy anything you want from home, you also choose products at your own pace and look for the best prices.
The complete opposite of what Norman and his co-workers did back in the days.
And with the rise of the Internet they either had to quit or become relics of the past like him.
Yet, it didn’t happen only to them.
Companies that are too full of themselves file for bankruptcy.
Hundreds of jobs vanish overnight with the creation of a single website.
Tens of thousands of people, no matter how good at their jobs, wake up one day and face the sad truth:
“You’re no longer needed.”
You can’t fight progress.
Not as long as you have a job that ignores it.
So what do you do?
You need a business which grows in alignment with the market’s trends and keeps you always a step ahead.
You never fight the sea of change.
You ride its waves and profit from them while others stay stuck in their old ways.
Actually, this is the reason you’ll like the Easy 1 Up Program .
It has a built in “stay ahead of the game” mechanism when you follow the plan.
P.S. Here is more about Norman.
He is seventy-five years old and not sure how long he’ll keep selling door-to-door.
He needs to visit dozens of houses every day and if he is lucky, have one of them buy.
His earnings can be as low as $7,49 for moth deodorant blocks.
People buy because they feel sorry for him.
Unfortunately, it’s too late to teach this old any new tricks.
Yet, if he was younger I would have liked to present him with a much better solution than what he follows.
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