It's still a rational, logical, reasonable, and common sense reply. My reply that is-
Of course you'll make excuses. You'll say things like that all day long. "You could sell an ice cream to an eskimo", "You're brainwashed with responses" on and on and on.
As for the lawsuits and the bad press and the complaints. Everything gets that. My real estate company has had lawsuits, and bad press, and complaints. All from people who felt they got screwed over. Did they, everytime? Maybe some were agents at fault others were clients at fault. life happens. Deal with and get off your soap box.
You still offer nothing other than your opinion, or some story about how somebody got sued. Mcdonalds got sued over hot coffee. Another example of stupidity on the CLIENTS not the Corp. But people still buy McDonald Franchises.
Listen, my point is this...aside from the bashing or the look at this conisider that...Why do all of you hit it so hard. From bad experience? Trying to do your part to save mankind?
I see that by my visiting various forums like this all you do is counteract anything that is said positive about Amway. Basically my visits and my posts are not important at all. Quite frankly a waste of time. I'm sorry some of you were hurt or mislead or lost money. Stop crying and move on. As for me, enjoy your rebuttals and replies - i am done here. Not running from here in the face of fear - but you can't make a horse drink the water after you take him to it.
Good luck to all of you in your various quests for information and dissimination.
Some people can make money at these businsses. But most won't. My uncle is a sales person and he's also a famous Jewish author. He can do things that most people can't. I also used to design and sell weightligting equipment years ago for a prominent company in the north earst.
Yes, it's not just a numbers game and maybe with the lottery someone has to win eventually, but I wouldn't quit a job unless I demonstrated solid skills in a business.
Good sales people are few and far between and analysts have said that Carleton Sheets was a sales person before he went into real estate and he's still essentially a sales person even now.
MLM, real estate etc. Sometimes you can get a break but you probably have to have connections and personal characteristics that the average person doesn't have. And the infomercials always have disclaimers to that effect.