I am going to address this issue from the my personal viewpoint. You may share my opinion you may not share it. It's okay either way.
In the world of network marketing there are 2 distinct camps.
In the one corner you have folks that will tell you the only way to make money is to go with high ticket products.
In the other corner you have folks that will tell you that you start small and work your way up.
Being In The Right Place At The Right Time
I don't know about you, but I have heard that statement a million times. There is truth to that statement. In my experience though it doesn't matter. If you are committed to making it happen it doesn't matter when you join something.
I have sold high ticket products and low ticket products. There has 1 thing that has remained the same throughout this process.
Most people give up before they make it. I need to repeat that statement because it really needs to sink in. "Most People Give Up Before They Make It."
Facts are facts => Most people simply don't have what it takes. Why? It's not because they are not smart enough. It's because like most things when the going gets tuff it's easier to just give up. And people love easy....
With that said, it's very hard to sustain a decent income with low ticket products. Generally speaking as soon as you feel like you are getting somewhere, people start quiting. That is usually about 3 month span.
I have started over more times than I care to remember simply because people joined and gave up.
In my opinion High Ticket products are better because you earn more commissions and when someone spends more money, emotionally they become more engaged in their business.
It's also the same amount effort to sell low ticket products as it is high ticket products.
I use to think people wouldn't pay for this or that because it cost to much. I was totally wrong. People will buy what they want. The world is a pretty big place. This means their is enough money for everyone.
My advice: Don't have scarcity mentality, DO sell high ticket products. Above all else decide to make it happen.