One battlecry I heard as an IBO, and I am pretty certain it is still taught, is that an IBO will eventually succeed if only they don't quit. Uplines may use some superstar as an example, such as Tiger Woods would never quit. It is true that Tiger Woods will never surrender a tournament. He will try his hardest until he completes the last hole in a tournament. The problem is comparing a business to a sport is not a fair comparison as I will explain.
Golf, football or other sports are loaded with stars and champions who will never quit. However in sports, the tournaments, games and seasons come to an end. While Tiger Woods may never give up, the tournament will end and he will not win them all. A football game will end and the players will go home. Sometimes in certain sports, when a game is out of reach one way or another, the substitute players enter the game/ It doesn't mean a team has quit or given up, but have come to the realization that they might be better served to fight again another day.
However, there is absolutely no evidence that someone never quitting Amway will result in success. The only guaranteed success will be your upline pocketing standing order and function profits if you stay in the business. To say never quit may be applicable in the context of don't quit trying. In other words, if Amway doesn't pan out, look for another business and give it a run. If not, it's like telling someone they will eventually win the lottery if they keep buying tickets. It's simply not true.
The intesnt of this post is not to encourage someone to up and quit their Amway business, but to get IBOs and prospects to take a critical look at their businesses. Are you able to do what is needed to progress? Are you finding people interested in the business or have you resorted to deception? Are you able to sell the products? If you can't, then chances are your downline can't. Are you keeping track of expenses and making a net profit? A business exists to profit, not to make you a nicer person or to takes losses month after month.
If you are not achieving what was promoted by your sponsor, you should think about your future prospects. If it doesn't look good, don't quit, but consider another opportunity. Amway is not the only business opportunity out there. There are many ways to earn extra money, you just need to find them.