When it comes to hard-earned money, it’s easy to get caught up in the idea that bigger is always better. We may fixate on the large purchases or investments we hope to make someday and forget to celebrate the small wins along the way. Yes, companies like QNET provide plenty of opportunities to grow your business and enjoy its fruits exponentially. However, when it comes to your income, such as your QNET earnings, it’s important to remember that every little thing matters when building financial security and stability.
Appreciating the small wins means acknowledging and celebrating the progress we make each day, even if it doesn’t feel like a big deal at the moment. It could be as simple as putting a little extra money into savings, resisting the urge to make an impulse purchase, or earning a little extra income through QNET. These may seem like small gestures. Still, they can add up over time and contribute to a greater sense of financial well-being.
Moreover, focusing on small wins can help us stay motivated and engaged with our financial goals. By recognising our progress, we can build momentum and feel more confident in our ability to achieve our long-term objectives. And when we appreciate the small wins, we create a positive feedback loop that reinforces good habits and encourages us to strive for even greater success.
Recently, we asked some of our hardworking Independent Representatives how they spent their first QNET earnings. From investing in their dreams and business to treating their loved ones, everyone had a unique approach to spending their hard-earned money. These anecdotes offer insight into how people can use their QNET earnings to achieve goals, create lasting memories, and build a successful future.
How did you spend your first QNET earnings?
“My first earnings were spent on the dream. But it has to be a continuous period of earnings. In under three years, my earnings went into a savings account so I could meet the dream one day.” – V Partner David Sharma
“As an entrepreneur, I always put away something to re-invest. My first earnings I spent to attend an event by QNET and The V. I brought all my family to see the company, and we enjoyed it.” – V Partner Hendra Nilam
“When I got my first check, I said: Mom, I’m taking you out for dinner, and we went to a fantastic restaurant. And I spent my whole check on her that night. You can do that also.” – V Partner Sathi Senathirajah
“My first commission check, I went to V-Convention. That was some of the best investments for me. The most amazing and memorable V-Convention. And that changed my life forever.” – V Council Member Munnawar Ahmed
“I remember. I couldn’t believe it was really happening. My first commission, I cashed it, and I gave it to my wife to prove to her that this company was real.” – V Partner Adly Hasaan
“I remember it very clearly. I bought a Blackberry mobile.” – Associate V Partner Brijesh Yadav
“As every man would do, I gave it to my mother… not my wife.” – Associate V Partner Said Amir
“My first QNET earning was not a big check. It was a small amount. I bought a train ticket to the market where I wanted to travel.” – V Partner Kavita Sugandh
“First earning is always the juiciest. Who else would I spend with? None other than my downlines, my team members because they helped make income for me. And in this industry, you are nothing without your team members and your downlines.” – V Partner Dev Johl
“My first QNET earnings were sent to my parents. And I told them these were my first earnings from my business.” – V Partner Cherian Mathew
“The way I spent it: I re-invested it in my business, in myself. I spent on tools and training materials to get better. And I also invested in my image. I changed my clothing and my vehicle. We also made mistakes. Everyone gets into that. We spent money on stupid things we were not supposed to spend on. We should have invested. Everyone gets into that, but it’s very important to re-invest in your business, in developing yourself, your skills and your image.” – V Council Member Andre
“That’s easy to remember because, at the time when I earned my first check, no one else had practically earned any check. I used it to make sure that everybody knew and believed that this business was real. I basically prepared photocopies of my check in colour to make sure that everybody saw it and it worked, at least for some time. And it’s a good thing that we do not have to do anything like that today because the company has built its own credibility without the need for us to show our own checks.” – V Partner TG Kintanar