One of the really funny things I heard was how your Amway education is like going to college but better because Amway will make you rich but college will give you a job. Now on the surface that might make sense but looking at it analytically, it is utter BS. That’s the thing about Amway teaching, it can sound logical but in the end the teaching is just self serving advice to make more money for upline.
First off, going to college might cost you money but it is a bonafide fact that college graduates earn more money than non college graduates. So in the end, you may have college loans but over time, the investment will more than pay for itself. In contrast, most IBOs make nothing or end up losing money. In other words, the investment into an Amway education never pays off.
Also, a college education may find you working out of your field of study but a degree shows an ability to learn and to have sone broad degree of learning because that’s how college works. An Amway education teaches you what exactly? How to trick people into attending meetings? To answer a question with a question? What tangible skills does one actually learn in Amway?
IMO, there are little to no measurable tangible skills learned in Amway except maybe to think positive. They certainly don’t teach you to run a business or how to actually succeed in Amway. The teachings are usually rah rah and motivational in nature rather than substantive. But what most don’t see it because they are blinded with the ideas of trying to get rich in 2-5 years. They want a shortcut to retirement. Now I don’t know if such a shortcut exists but I know that for nearly 100% of those who try, Amway doesn’t deliver. And truth be told, nowhere in Amway’s literature does it advertise any of this. This is upline propaganda.
You might learn a few things from an Amway education but more than likely, you aren’t going to get anywhere near wealthy or early retirement by running an Amway business for 2-5 years.