Pre-Launch and Ground Floor Opportunities – Is it a Good Idea?

There are a lot of people that are getting into Pre-launch and Ground Floor opportunities. They are so excited because this is the next big thing. This is the business to beat all businesses; you know the one that will make you a millionaire.

The thing about these types of business opportunities is that they have no track record of success and most new network marketing companies fail within their first few years. Sometimes you may find a pre-launch or ground floor opportunity that seems to have everyone you know flocking to it and you want a piece of the new company so you can get in before everyone else get’s all of the money.

What you need to know is that the Network Marketing Industry has been around for years and there are over and about 4,800 still are around. There are a handful that has managed to reach the 1 billion dollar mark in sales. That is a very small percent of Network Marketing companies that have been successful; you can see that it is very rare that a pre-launch or ground floor opportunity has the possibility of surviving.

Even if there is a good product, service, compensation plan, it may not be enough to keep that company going. There has to be a proven track record of management and leadership to go along with everything else.

So before you join a new company and everyone is saying that it is the next best thing, you have to ask yourself that question “Is Pre-launch and ground floor opportunities a good idea?” Only you will be able to decide if that is something that you want to pursue.

Don’t be like so many other people who got in on the ground floor and then a few months or a year later found out that the company that they got in early on is going out of business and all that you worked for is gone.

Try to find a company with a proven track record that has stood the test of time, one with recognition, with dynamic leadership and management.

If you would like to see what that looks like go to the resource box below.

Find Different Types of Sports Bra

What is Sports Bra:

Sports Bra is basically a bra which supports breasts while doing exercise. It reduces the breast movement & help in maintaining your breast shape in proper way. Sports bra are designed to be worn as outerwear during exercise & other activities like walking, jogging, yoga, etc.

Find different types of Women’s Sports Bras:

While choosing sports bra every women should know the 3 impact level of sports bra before buying it.

Low Impact Sports Bras: These sport bras are good where less movement is involved & low bouncing. It is having very soft and comfortable fabrics. Perfect for activities like Yoga, Stretching & Hiking.

Medium Impact Sports Bras: It is tailored for intense workout activities like jogging, cycling, running. It has an extra level of support for all types of breast sizes.

High Impact Sports Bras: These sports bras mostly comes in padded cups, underwired & wide shoulder straps. The cups will evenly distribute & support the individual breasts while doing heavy bouncing activities like zumba, running & aerobics.

Easy Tips to consider with Sports Bras

It does not matter whether you are just starting with your fitness regime or have been a regular at the gym since ages. It is important to make an effort to exercise and stay fit. If you have had a love-hate relationship with a sports bra, we understand completely. Here are a few tips for picking out the perfect pair for yourself, and style and take care of it the right way:

There are different types of sports bra, including the encapsulation and compression variants. While the former provides gentle support and does not shrink your bust, the latter holds your bust down against your chest for maximum support. While encapsulation bras are suitable for light intensity exercise, compression bras are better suited for medium and high-intensity activities. Some bras are a combination of both these designs and provide maximum support.

Pay attention to the material of the bras. Not only should it be breathable and skin-friendly, but it must also wick away all the sweat that you produce during the workout.

Pick out the kind of design you are comfortable with, including racerback, tank top and criss-cross strap sports bras. The colour and print are essential too and must be chosen after careful consideration. Some women work out in t-shirts paired with track pants or leggings, with their sports bra worn underneath their top wear. But, at the same time, many prefer to do exercise in just their sports bra while styling it as a top.

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Take a tape measure and determine your band and bust sizes by measuring just below your bust and around its fullest part respectively. The difference between these two measures will help you determine your cup size (if necessary, in the case of encapsulation bras). Remember that your sports bra must not feel like a vice and press uncomfortably down on your ribs. Make sure to pick a size wisely after going through our sizing guide listed on every product page.

Make sure to wash your bras after every workout with a mild detergent and dry them in indirect sunlight. For further care instructions, refer to our product pages.

Buy Sports Bras Online from Top Brands like Zivame, Jockey, Lasenza, etc.

Winning With An Imperfect Product And Failing With A Perfect Product

I recently read an article about the biggest technological products flop of the decade. Amazingly, products from Apple INC, Microsoft and some great companies were on the list. These products failed despite the huge investment the companies made into them and great launching concepts.

Most of us are aware of products like iPod, iTunes, iPhone and iPad but are you aware that there are products like Newton Message Pad, Portable Macintosh, and Apple Pippin? The first set of products represent ultra successful products that every company would want to own while the second set of products had woeful failures that no company would want to be associated with.

The common denominator among the two sets of products is that Apple incorporated made them all under Steve Job.

I also was privileged to read an article on Bloomberg.com about the iPad. The article was saying something like why the iPad will fail because for one, its name was derogatory to women who used sanitary pads. They even advised Apple to make a name change before launching the product which they referred to as a thin piece of glass on aluminum.

So, why does every great company with great products also have a long list of products that failed and what lesson can we learn from this?

This is key for anyone that wants to succeed in business whether online or offline. If you do not learn this lesson your business will either never take off or the business will be a one year wonder then fizzle out.

The secret behind this action can be found in an advice King Solomon gave during a banquet in his palace. The king was once surrounded by princes from other nations who noticed that Gold and silver, which were very precious in their countries, were treated like ordinary sand in Jerusalem. They asked King Solomon to explain the secret to acquiring so much gold and silver to them.

Solomon told them what every great company has learnt and which everyone that wants to achieve greatness must also learn. The king said “Sow your seeds in the morning and in the evening do not withhold your seeds from the field because you do not know which one will grow or if both of them will produce fruits.

Some of the princes got what he said while others did not. Some of my reader would have gotten the secret but for those who have not; this is what he was saying. If you start a company, never rely on one product even if it looks like it will be your path to prosperity. You must keep on making new products and delivering new services.

Some of your products will do very well while some that seem to have great potentials will fail woefully. The only way to find out the products that will sell and those that will not, is to put them out into the market place.

Never sit down on your desk and conclude that a product will not sell. If you are not sure about a product, do a trial marketing of it for some time and let the market help you decide.

Also do not be ashamed if a product you had so much faith in fails in the market place. As a writer, I have written articles I felt people will love but less than twenty people read it. I have also written articles which I felt reluctant to publish because I felt they did not meet what readers will like, only to have hundreds of people reading it.

My principle now is just to keep writing and posting. I now allow the readers to decide which of my articles are great. This though, does not wipe away my disappointment when people do not like what I think they should like.

So, let us learn from Apple under Steve Jobs. Let us keep making products and services despite the success or failure of our last project. Only our customer will reward us. They might pick none of our products, one product or all our products. You never know which it will be if you stop at one product.