Organizations and Joining Them In My Society
Before moving the entirety of my business into the internet, I spent almost every working hour trying to convince people in society of why they needed to join my organizations. It was outright exhausting. I pushed through no, after no, after no and watched the few who did join my organizations does the same.
It shouldn’t have been much of a surprise to me when I moved to the internet. Therefore, I tried the same methods on a larger scale that I received similar results most people just ignored my pleas and logic. However, I began meeting more people. I met people who ran several organizations and decided I would try this route. I developed five teams in five different companies. Even worked with a product; that required only ninety dollars to join and sold for only seven.
Convincing the society to join these organizations
This opened up the line of potential people to try to convince to join my organizations much more; it also increased my workload tremendously. After months and months of work and learning, I think I maxed out at thirty-five hundred. It was at this point that I decided to take all the information and knowledge; I had gathered and written an e-book to start selling information based products.
It was at this point a significant shift occurred in my business mentality. It was when I decided that I was informed and talented enough to develop information products that I stopped trying to convince people to join my organization. My marketing tactics shifted to portraying my success over trying to convince of the quality of the product or the potential of the compensation plan. In fact, the content of what I was selling became less and less important as I began to make more and more money.
I was selling myself. Showing people that I was a successful internet market; who had valuable information and networks to become a part of. After this dramatic shift in business mentality; my profits skyrocketed. First I had a ten thousand dollar month; than twenty-five thousand, forty thousand, and now I average at about sixty-five thousand dollars a month. Also working half the time I did when I was making thirty-five hundred. People don’t want another miracle product; they want a successful leader and team to drive their success.
Here are tips I should use to join a Professional Organization:
- Join a professional organizations that are relevant to my professional experience or academic concentration.
- Joining a professional organizations just to put a name on a resume is useless, become active with my local chapter and or or region. This is how I can build professional relationships and connections with my fellow colleagues.
- Linked in Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, and other social networking sites have groups that I can actually become a part of of. Join those groups to get special announcements or meetings information.
- Most professional organizations have national or regional conferences that I can actually attend. If I am financially able, I should consider attending one of those conferences to meet others and increase my knowledge base. If I find money is not allowing me to go, depending how much I want to attend my conference, I should start a fundraiser. Sell candy, floral arrangements, or other knickknacks to get the funds I need.
What I have to say about professional organizations
So all in all, professional organizations ever gives me added points to my resume and qualifications. Nonetheless, I should consider joining maybe one or two. Joining too many can look very unprofessional and desperate. So be wise and budget your membership fees or dues. Some can be rather costly. Many fields have their sector of recommended professional organizations ;that are nationally recognized. Check with your alumni associations; academic institutions, or employers for a list of prominent organizations; that would be beneficial for your professional growth.
Urging you always to consider joining an academic or work-related professional organization. Professional Organizations gave me some information on my field, future trends, as well as research articles; that I read for further career development. These organizations also added to my network associations. I used these associations and provided myself with references and job leads. This is important for seasoned professionals to know who’s hiring or who will be short.