Before becoming a Beachbody Coach, most people want to know how much money they are going to make. This is an impossible question to answer because how much a person makes will depend on how much effort they are willing to put in. I can’t tell you how much money you’re going to make, and I can’t even guarantee that you will make money as a Beachbody Coach because I don’t know you. You could be a lazy couch potato that never misses an episode of The Real Housewives Of Wherever, or, you may be an extremely self motivated individual that is teachable and willing to learn new things. Obviously, the latter of two will yield much better results.
One thing that is important to understand is that as a Beachbody Coach, you are the owner of YOUR own business. It is YOUR business and your results will depend on your efforts. You will be provided a great deal of company training, and you will have an upline sponsor that will be there to help, but your sponsor will NOT do it for you.
Often times people will blame their sponsor for their own failures. In my opinion, this can never be the case, it’s not even possible. There is so much training available, and so many resources available that any Beachbody Coach will be able to succeed with, or without a sponsor if they are willing to put in the effort. But you shouldn’t have to worry about your sponsor not being able to help you. 99% of the time, you will have a sponsor that is willing to do whatever they can to help you succeed. Your sponsor has a vested interest in seeing you do well, so they will be happy to help in any way that they can. But ultimately the responsibility to take action will fall on you. You must understand this if you want to be a successful Beachbody Coach.
With that being said, I will give you an general idea of what kind of income you can expect to earn if you are taking action and consistently working the business. There is a 1-3-5-7 rule that is generally true with any network marketing company. Of course there will be exceptions to this rule, some will reach the benchmarks I mention sooner, and for some it may take longer, this is just a general rule for the masses.
Beachbody Coach Income Expectations – 1/3/5/7/ Rule
Year One – In the first year of working your Beachbody Coach business, it is important to understand that you will not make very much money. The first year is spent learning and getting competent in this business. This is a profession, just like any other job or career, you can’t walk in the first day and expect to know everything and to expect to be paid top dollar right from the start. When first starting out as Beachbody Coach, it is important to know that you are at the first level of the learning process, unconcious incompetence. At this level, you don’t even know, what you don’t know. This isn’t an insult, it is just a fact and is important to acknowledge. In you first year as a Beachbody Coach, you can expect to earn enough money to pay for your products, you’re basically hoping to be breaking even by the end of year 1.
Year 3 – By the end of year 3 you’re now starting to make some nice progress. This is assuming you are not only consistently working the business, but that you’ve also been spending time consistently on personal development, learning, growing, and working on your skill sets. By the end of year 3 you should start to have a small team built that is starting to see some decent growth. At this point, you can expect to be making what is considered “full time” income and can start to think about quitting your regular 9-5 job. If I had to put a specific number on it, I’d say the range would be between $30-$50k a year by the end of your third year in the business.
Year 5 – By year 5 you now have a decent size team built. You are still focusing on personal development, leadership skills, etc. You are now a “full time” Beachbody Coach and earning over $100k a year. Your hard work is finally starting to pay off.
Year 7 – By year 7 you are considered a world class network marketing professional and are now making serious money. In the past 2 years the size of your team has quadrupled thanks to exponential growth. You are now making $1ok a week. You are now at a point where you can literally walk away if you wanted to, and the money will keep coming in. Your consistent hard work and persistence has paid off.
Again, these are some general guidelines on what to expect. It is also important to point out that at each level, the amount of work you do stays the same. During years 5-7, you are not working any harder or putting in more effort than you did in years 1 and 2.
Many Beachbody Coaches Throw In The Towel Too Soon
In the network marketing business model, in the beginning you work a lot for a little bit a money, and as the years go by, you work less an less, for a lot of money. Many new Beachbody Coaches do not understand the concept and do not see the big picture. They run around and work their butt off for 6 months to a year, and they haven’t earned a large amount of income, so they get discouraged and give up.
It is super important to see the picture. This is why I’m telling you this. If you know right from the start that you will not make very much money your first year in the business, you will know what to expect and won’t become discouraged. When you look at and understand the big picture, all the hard work will be worth the end results.
Below is a video from Eric Worre, one of my favorite network marketing trainers where he talks about this concept:
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