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Network Marketer Andrew Logan’s Four Steps in Turning Passion into Profit

Being in the network marketing industry for eight years now, Andrew Logan has seen the two sides of the picture. Although many have been able to create great success, others got burned because they were able to see the potential but not grasp the opportunity to completely change their life. 

This birthed a business idea in Andrew’s mind which he developed during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

“In the past 8 years my wife and I have been able to create great freedom for ourselves – but I’ve also seen so many people struggle to get their business off the ground. Worse – I’ve seen people get started and get results – but never receive the mentoring to turn their extra income into freedom,” he said.

 “Turning your passion for freedom is a 4 Step System – and each step can also act as a wall that stops people from progressing.


 1. Love the process 

“You have to love what you’re doing. It has to align with your passion. Because at the start of any business, there’s always a grind before seeing any profit.” But according to Andrew, if you love what you’re doing, then this part is where the best lessons in life occur. 

2.Learn how to leverage yourself better

“The second step is creating leverage. Time is our greatest asset. No matter how much you love your business, if it requires you to do everything, it will always be limited by time.” Ask yourself – ‘How can you leverage out to have more money and more spare time?’. 

3.Systemize the process to run without you

Once you’ve established your process of working and living, Andrew’s third step involves turning it into a system that can provide an even greater influence that could be scaled and become a gold mine for a profit. Without systemization – there’s no scale or freedom. 

4.Treat your profits properly 

The final step is where most people get stuck. “People celebrate too soon. Don’t starve a winning racehorse. Feed it well, reinvest back into your business so it can keep growing.” Don’t sacrifice a great life by celebrating a good life. 

Overall, Andrew says that success is a process rather than a goal. “We live in a digital age with so much free content and great information. Become a sponge and soak it all up. Never stop learning. Listen to podcasts, watch YouTube videos, read great books, surround yourself with successful people – all of these things will reprogram your brain a little bit each day. That little bit compounds and snowballs, and eventually you’ll have grown so much you need to re-introduce yourself,” he said. 

 For more information, drop by Andrew

 Logan’s Instagram account (@andrewjameslogan).

US Army Combat Veteran turned writer helps people reach new levels of success and influence with personal brand building. Luis also writes for Entrepreneur magazine and runs TEDx events and TED circles online. Mentored by Mark Cuban his eye for business and potential growth has been trained at a billionaire level.

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