Friday, November 2, 2012
Real Business Owners Versus Employees
An ambot named Frank stopped off to leave a long winded comment to one of my posts. Too long to reprint here. Be a blog and a half itself! But I’ll give Frank props for using his real name. Most ambots past and present are too humiliated to admit being affiliated with Amway.
To start off with Frank sets off all the female readers on my blog into fits of giggles by saying he is 20 years old going on 21 with the mind of a 28/29 year old. All women know that men get to age 12 to 15 years old and they hold on for decades! Give them till their 60’s before they “might” get to the mind set of someone in their 20’s! Maybe not even then!
Like the typical 20/21 year old who leaves comments here they’re all know it alls at that age. Big important business owner and the rest of us are doomed to be lazy losers who quit Amway because we didn’t try hard enough and aren’t hard workers and blah blah blah typical Amspeak bullshit that we’ve heard a million times before from the assholes in our Amway upline.
I’ve said it tons of times. Just because someone puts on a business suit, is glued to their cell phone, and marches off to 8pm meetings doesn’t make them a real business owner.
Real business owners follow procedures in starting up/running their business. I’m going to put some of them here in no particular order and this not a complete list. Just off the top of my head right now.
1. research – is this a viable business opportunity that will earn them money or is the market already saturated or is there no customer interest in this type of business
2. purchase or lease a place to operate the business
3. choose and register a business name
4. get a license from the city to operate the business
5. get a lawyer to help with incorporation, etc if needed
6. get an accountant to help set up the business accounts, file taxes, etc
7. hire other professionals as needed for business set up or ongoing basis
8. hire employees
9. get a tax number
10. get insurance to cover business, employees, and customers
11. create a business plan
12. have a bank account under the business name
13. purchase inventory
14. decide on prices for the products or services
15. purchase equipment needed to operate business
16. decide on hours of operation
These are some of the steps taken by real business owners and there is a cost to starting, owning, operating a business. Varies depending on the business and how much work/capital the owner can do themselves.
People who are employees whether paid hourly, salary, or commissioned salespeople do not normally have to take any of the above steps.
Those are some of the differences between a real grown up business owner and a child playing a make belief game of owning a business.
And some of those children show up on my blog and accuse us of being lazy and not owning our own business, etc etc. Yeah right someone who is lazy and doesn’t own their own business just takes those above steps and expenses for no particular reason other than they’re thrill seekers maybe???!!!
You fucking ambots want to insult us because we don’t own our own businesses have probably never taken any of the above steps to get their business legally operating. Quit repeating what the fucking assholes in your Amway upline are telling you and get out into the real world and learn what its really like to own a business and quit playing make believe games.
You ambots are nothing but a bunch of low paid commissioned salespeople and you have to pay money to an organization like WWDB or LTD for the privilege of belonging to a cult.You’re not playing on the same level as a real business owner. You’re just playing a game that the assholes in your Amway upline make the rules on.