Tip From The Top: Ray Higdon

Can You Successfully Build Two Network Marketing Companies Simultaneously?


Ray Higdon doesn’t usually need introducing to people already in the industry, but for anyone unfamiliar with this legend here is a summary of Ray’s accomplishments:

  • Ray is a two time best selling author.
  • Former #1 income earner in a network marketing company.
  • He has shared the stage with Tony Robbins, Bob Proctor, Les Brown, Robert Kiyosaki and many more.
  • Ray and his wife Jessica now run a coaching company which was recognized this year on the Inc 5000 as one of Americas fastest growing companies.

….impressive right?

A recent article of Ray’s discusses the possibility of become a success in 2 Network Marketing companies.  I regularly meet people who have partnered with 2, 3 and sometimes 4 companies, and so I thought this might help a few people.

Ray compares this situation to being a pastor who wants to be the best pastor in the world.  Now could he achieve this by preaching at two different denominations, and attending one on a Saturday and another on Sunday?  NO.

Ray also explains that you may be keeping your two sets of customers/teams separate but with the transparency of today’s world, nothing is kept secret for long, and people WILL find out that you have not committed to one company.  This causes a trust issue, and both businesses will suffer.

He does however give an example of the exception to the rule, and you can find this exception in Ray’s original article here.

As for my personal opinion, I feel that you CANNOT become a success (and I define success as one of the top earners in your company) if you have partnered with multiple companies. 

In order to achieve this kind of massive success you should fully commit to one company you feel passionate about, and ‘go all in!’.

I hope this helps and I’d love to read your opinions on this in the comments below.




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