Several years ago, I had a job. I know…you’re shocked, right? Heck, I even have a hard time believing myself when I say things like that. But yeah, I once worked for a popular domain registrar, which goes by the name of GoDaddy. It was there that I gained valuable experience in DNS and troubleshooting hosting issues, which I’ve used many times since.
I can’t say I know it all, but I know more than I knew before. And one of the things I learned there was their ability to maintain a controlled environment for their employees, an environment in which they could stay productive. With so many computers, and people working on those computers, it would seem to be a difficult task to keep them focused on their job, instead of browsing the internet all day.
Besides splitting the floor up into teams, and placing a supervisor over each team, they also were able to control your desktop through VDI monitoring software. I like to call them the Oompa Loompa’s, because they were the guys behind the scenes that you never really get to see much of, yet they do everything! So the guy next to me could have access to more troubleshooting tools, being considered “Hosting Certified,” while I was stuck with the basic tools of a greenie.
But at least I knew that if I was having trouble with my desktop, I could just call up the Oompa Loompa’s and they’d take over my screen, fix the issue and send me on my way.
There’s no better way to manage that size of a work force.
VDI Monitoring in Network Marketing?
Which brings me to my comparison. I think that some people who jump into network marketing for the first time expect that kind of support. They expect to see some sort of VDI monitoring or remote desktop help, especially when they get stuck in their marketing efforts. Instead of doing what every successful entrepreneur has done, which is figuring it out, they look to the Oompa Loompa’s….which don’t exist in network marketing.
In nearly every home based business I’ve been involved in, all of them had some sort of a system to follow. And that system involved several main steps one must duplicate in order to experience success. Everything else outside of those steps had to be figured out. That’s what separates the winners from the losers.
Heck, that’s probably the main reason I’m still an entrepreneur. I don’t want anyone telling me what I do or do not have access to, and I actually enjoy “figuring things out.” It’s a game!
So if you think you have what it takes to, as I said earlier, “figure it out,” then take action today. If not, that’s okay too. Some people really enjoy those ‘controlled environments.’