Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Reap And Sowing Amway Rewards?

One of the things that many prospects and IBOs believe is that they will make an investment of time and money into Amway and that they will eventually get their time and money back in such abundance that they can walk off their jobs, and walk the beaches of the world while living on lifelong residual income, all because of the Amway opportunity. For IBOs and prospects of Amway, I wonder if any of you can actually name even five people who have actually accomplished this? Keep in mind that there have probably been tens of millions of people who also wanted this and tried Amway and the systems, only to find that reality paints a different picture. Over the years I have challenged IBOs to name even one person who built their business to diamond, and then walked away to enjoy untold wealth and a life of leisure. Not a single person has been able to answer this simple question.

Many people they will reap what they sow. While that many sound true, I guess the next logical question is what are you sowing? Are you deceptive when prospecting people to see the plan? Are you having to justify and hide price comparisons that are not favorable? Are you actually selling goods to customers and actually qualifying for your Amway bonus? Do you have a negative opinion (broke losers) about people who don't join Amway or are not interested in seeing the plan? Do you now think your boss and your job are evil? Do you leave your kids at home to attend endless numbers of functions and meetings? You reap what you sow correct?

I wonder what some WWDB diamonds were sowing? At least the ones who had their homes foreclosed, and one in particular was involved in chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings? Are they reaping what they sowed? What about the WWDB diamonds who got divorced? What were they sowing? Are IBOs sure about wanting to make the claim of reaping and sowing? And yes, I have my own flaws, but the difference is that I am not on stage proclaiming to be flawless as many diamonds would imply when they speak (and profit from) their tens of thousands of downlines. I am not earning a living by deceiving people and profiting from people I am supposed to be helping.

Are you reaping what you sow?

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

In this case: The more you reap by being an ambot, you sow the ff:
- loss of time
- you are more isolated
- you lose your true friends
- loss of money
- financial bankruptcy
- your family may temporarily treat you differently
- abandonment by your upline
- lose your youthful days

devan dillard said...

Lol. I've met 6 ppl personally none of which are diamonds yet who live that life. All of which are in their 20s. Man these post are so hilarious to me man. The people who don't reap are ppl who never fully committed to the system. These ppl who want amazing increase in 6 months lol but the same who wanna know if it's a get rich quick lol

Joecool said...

Devan, you are like all those who came before you. You know 6 people who supposedly live the good life, and are not diamonds.

But you haven't named a single one of them or provided evidence that your claim is true.

Frankly I don't believe your claim but feel free to prove me wrong.

Anonymous said...

It looks like Devan Dullard has come back. I guess his Amway business is languishing, since he has the time to post here. Really now -- he ought to be showing The Plan to more suckers.

He says he knows six people who are living the diamond lifestyle. He doesn't say if they earned their money from Amway, or from their day jobs, or from a combination of both. Lots of people are rich, Mr. Dullard, but very few of them (if any) got that way by pushing cases of LOC or overpriced water.

By the way, you're breaking Amway's rules by coming here and commenting. Does your up-line know what you're up to?

Joecool said...

Amway folks like to talk about knowing some guy who knows a guy who is wealthy allegedly from Amway but not a single one has provided any evidence on the veracity of the claim.

Anonymous said...

Example: I was told by the sponsor that he knew someone who retired at the age of 24 but did not mention that person's name. Seems a red flag to me.

Joecool said...

There are many stories of young guys who are allegedly retired due to Amway but nobody seems to be able to name any of them.

Anonymous said...

I still see my ex sponsor from time to time. Even though he no longer talks about "the business", I still felt skeptical and sometimes, I'm still haunted by the experience even with the pleasing personality he has.

Joecool said...

Yeah, I think you get over it but you never forget.

Qiunan Tang said...

I met more than 10 meet your requirement , come and I will introduce you and you can verify it if you want. Seeing is believing .
Well, It took then many years, 5-10 years to get there, and it is not easy at all.

Qiunan Tang said...

I met more than 10 meet your requirement , come and I will introduce you and you can verify it if you want. Seeing is believing .
Well, It took then many years, 5-10 years to get there, and it is not easy at all.

Joecool said...

Not sure what you are talking about.