You were introduced to a network marketing opportunity which comes across as having all of the attributes you were looking for and you sign up, but it's just only you because your partner is satisfied where things are and uses the products from your business but wants no part in building it.
On top of that, the partner wants to keep the lifestyle as is, meaning that they expect you to be home for dinner and go to bed early and take the time off for leisure activities and vacation. They may let you off a couple of nights to the meetings and conventions that you signed up for, but gives you the cold shoulder or evil eye when you come back past midnight.
You'd get excited and motivated from the meetings that you went to, but it all gets rained on as soon as you get back home...
Have you experienced this before in your life?
For those who are considering the network marketing opportunity as part of a couple, it would be best served if both partners understand what's the price to pay to get to the top. Working solo can be really tough if you don't have an understanding partner who supports your endeavours.
If you don't have a partner as yet, build it as fast as you can and lay out the ground when you do meet your prospective life partner.
I'm fortunate though, because it took a very long time for my partner to take network marketing seriously, and now I can focus on building it as a couple after all these years. You may have a feeling of deja-vu from my description above, but it is my wish that your experience is completely different from mine, and a positive one too.