Amway. Any bitter experience?

October 22, 2006 2:43am CST
Life is not for withdraw. If you had been failed once, twice, thrice then there is 2 posibilities: 1. Either your guide is not competent, 2. You are not competent. If 1. then I can suggest you help, and if you think 2. then feel free to share, may be I can help you.
2 responses
@casita (237)
• United States
25 May 07
Once upon a time I was a Quixtar person. Q is an offspring of the Amway company. Same products and more. The thing is, you need a downline of a gazillion to be profitable. And then, if one of your downline started another leg, they could eat up everything you've worked for. I've found programs where you only need to sponsor a few to be in the green. I'm not bitter at all about Amway/Quixtar. On the contrary, this is where I first learned about Network Marketing. And I learned a lot about the group I was with. I am ever grateful to the Amway/Quixtar folks for everything they have taught me. They first showed me about the Cashflow Quadrant book. They taught me about the importance of relationships and relationship building. They taught me so much more that I can't post it all here! It's just that I have found stuff that pays more. Be assured of my best to you as you build your Amway business!
@mlmpeople (777)
• India
30 Nov 06
I am an ex.Amway. Some how I could not do it. One thing I am sure that nobody should be worried for failing in any MLM business, for after all the investment part will be too low in comparision to any other business. I am too positive. Now I am into, and my income is very good.