Back with myEcon
For almost a year I have been in a mental slump business wise, in limbo and kind of depressed. I kept wracking my brain trying to figure out what I wanted to do and what would suite me business wise and following my dreams.
In that time I havent promoted ANYTHING. Up until this point now I had no idea what I wanted to do. I did not want to join something so I can roll onto something else later down the line. So, coming back to myEcon, I feel like I made the right decision and I will explain why.
See I was right before this point deciding if I wanted to sell MCA again and/or on eBay. But every time I thought that is what the conclusion would be I was not happy with that choice, before that I would go over ALL the options I was considering before landing back to MCA and eBay. I was even considering to try to get crafty and sell on etsy.com but know its just not me, I am better at buying homemade items from people not making them lol!
See when I go for a business, I go for substance, no fluff. The product/service has to be amazing and MCA has that too. I mean roadside assistance plus some health care, thats great. I was also looking into National Wealth Center again, also a lot of great substance and some versatility but it just left a bad taste in my mouth because of my last experience and not with the company neither, I just didnt pick my sponsor wisely, not that I wanted him to hold my hand or anything but he just took my money and didnt give a shit, no welcome email or quick start, nothing. So I decided not to go that route.
I also considered going back to AmeriPlan (medical and dental benefits) but immediately I knew that is something I didnt want to do again, nothing wrong with the company just didnt align what I was looking for but still had substance.
And Legal Shield just wasnt an option, substance but too narrow of products and services available and I didnt want to be a Financial Planner for Primerica or its competitor. Too much leg work.
Anyway here are my reasons for choosing myEcon when you become a Marketing Director ($199.95 and $34.95 a month):
- Cashflow Manager to help you manage your finances.
- ID Defender – Identity Theft Protection.
- Keylogging Identity Theft Defense System
- Legal Club of America Discount Legal Services
- Tax Advice & Preparation
- Credit Counseling and Credit Restoration
- myEcon Cash Back Mall
- Book Travel
- Online Marketing System (Lead Capture)
Now as a single parent with somewhat limited resources, I find these beneficial for someone like me. This touches most aspects of life that we are concerned about. The only thing not offered are health plans, if that was an option we would be all set. 🙂
Anyway I also LOVED the optional items they had available and will be trying in the future (this is NOT included as a Marketing Director):
- Roadside Assistance
- Cashflow Manager PRO (mobile)
- Upgraded Credit Restoration Services
- Daily Ultimate multi-vitamin Supplement
- P.A.Y.S. Personal Empowerment
- Coffees & Teas
- Internet Solutions
- Quantum Health Technologies
See although MCA offered more advanced Roadside Assistance, you also have it as an option on myEcon, National Wealth Center sold Personal Empowerment, well its also an option on myEcon, plus myEcon has health supplements which I LOVE and want to try.
So I feel like with this company I get the best of all worlds.
Now down to the money, marketing and training:
- Optional Online Marketing System (at cost)
- Training Videos and PDFs (optional to purchase Training Manual)
- Some Local & National Meetings possibly in your area
- Online Store for Supplies, Apparel and Business Cards.
- Webinars & Conference Calls
- Tons of Material to help you run your myEcon business in the backoffice!
- Immediate Weekly income plus Residual Income monthly
- Facebook Support Groups
- News constantly Updated
- Presentation Material
- Plus more awesome stuff!
So when I made this decision, it was a thoughtful one because it took me a long time to figure out what will work for me and breaking it down I know I made a great choice. 🙂
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