Q: In the biz-opp niche, Do mentors really reduce the risk or are they just like everyone else trying to make the big-bucks ?
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say if they are pitching you a new course or a new business opportunity without any established goals or not encouraging you to achieve any goals in the prior business opportunity, which they sold you in the first place then that my friend is a mentor that is like everyone else who is trying to make the big-bucks.
On the flip side, it isn't all on the mentor. You as a person need to know your boundaries as far as how much you can take on financially and time wise. Remember your mentor may be far in advance in comparison to your circumstance. And most likely can afford to be in more biz opps and make a lot more money because he or she is in that position to take on more.
It really comes down to knowing your goals and achieving them accordingly. Or you just might, find yourself feeling like you got ripped off or scammed. And the next time your mentor throws out another business opportunity and lots of people are signing up for it, take the time and ask yourself have you achieved the income goals in the current business opportunity that you most likely just signed up for three or six months ago.
My name is EltonCarr. Yes! My parents gave me two names for my first name. I'm an internet social marketer and I started my journey in 2015. I simply want to share my online business adventure by sharing the things I learn and have found to be helpful.