Bloomberg’s 5 Reasons Why Businesses “Crash And Burn”

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According to a dismal report from Bloomberg, 8 out of 10 businesses “crash and burn.”

So does that apply to MTTB? Matt Lloyd’s 21-step system for building a home business?

Bloomberg gives 5 reasons why most businesses “crash and burn.”



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So if MTTB AVOIDS those 5 reasons, it just might have what it takes:


Reason #1: Not really in touch with customers through deep dialogue.

MTTB pairs you with a world-class sales team. These guys are masters when it comes to
converting skeptical customers into devoted customers. Why? Because they’re masters at getting
‘in touch’ with potential customers’ real needs and desires.

Reason #2: No real differentiation in the market (read: lack of unique value propositions)

In a market saturated with products, MTTB stands alone in offering high-value and high-ticket
products that yield BIG commissions.

Reason #3: Failure to communicate value propositions in clear, concise and compelling fashion.

MTTP gives you an already-in-place sales funnel to work with. The funnel has been finely tuned
over a number of years, so that it communicates value in a way the really makes sense to



Reason #4: Leadership breakdown at the top

The future of the business rests secure. Matt Lloyd founded the business, and he plans on
sticking around until for decades to come.
There’s no sellout or exit strategy. Matt isn’t going anywhere.

Reason #5: Inability to nail a profitable business model with proven revenue streams.

With over $51 million in commissions paid out to affiliates, MTTB passes the ‘proof in the
pudding’ test. It pays to start a business with MTTB.


If MTTB passes the Bloomberg test, what’s keeping you from joining?

Get started building your online business now…



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