Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Work "the business" 10 to 15 hours per week
At every Amway scam meeting we attended we'd hear the same things over and over. One of them was that we would become rich by working only 10 to 15 hours per week. The upline starts off small and says we can earn an extra $800 to $1000 a month by working only 10 to 15 hours per week. As we attended more meetings that figure drastically inflated.
At one meeting where Brad Wolgamott was the speaker he "fired up" the crowd by promising $100,000 a year by working only 10 to 15 hours a week. In your spare time, working part time. A few minutes later he'd up that figure to $750,000. If it was really that easy to make close to a million dollars a year working 10 to 15 hours per week then everyone in the world would be doing Amway.
Spending 10 to 15 hours per week working on "the business". I wish that was all the time Ambot wasted. Unfortunately his negligent sponsor and upline forgot to mention all the time spent showing the plan several times a week to prospects or trying to convince prospects to show the plan to them. They also forgot to mention all the time driving around to Amway meetings, picking up tools from upline's house nearly an hour's drive away and back home again late at night because the bastard didn't get home from his "day job" until after 10pm. The negligent cult leaders forgot to mention all the time spent on the phone or text messages with upline, placing orders, hunting down prospects, going to Amway meetings at least one a week, going to Amway seminars at least once a month, going to major Amway functions 4 times a year and the costs associated with getting there, food, and accommodation.
Upline also neglected to mention when people are supposed to fit in their jobs to pay for all this Amway shit.