Thursday, April 14, 2016
Amway Ambots Can’t Grasp Simple Business Concepts
There are several steps a person takes when deciding to start their own business. Sometimes its already decided for them if it’s a family owned business. Amway is owned by two families and if your last name ain’t VanAndel or DeVos then you do NOT own an Amway business. But forget inherited family businesses. Other people have a talent that they can make money at. Others buy an existing business. Others figure something out that they might not be passionate about but the dollars are good.
Once a person has decided on a business then they figure out is this the type of business they can run out of their house or their vehicle and save money on buying or renting a business space. So figure out the space and the cost of doing business there. Then there are other pesky things like registering a business name, a business license, getting a tax number, business bank account, business insurance, hiring professionals such as accountants and lawyers, deciding on hours of operation, company policies, hiring staff, buying office furniture or other things that your business needs to operate, etc, etc. Some business have lower start up costs than others but most businesses have to go through many of the procedures I’ve listed.
At Amway meetings no real business advice is ever given out but that’s because its just a pretend business where the Amway cult leaders brainwash ambots into believing they’re business owners instead of telling the truth that they’re commissioned salespeople. An Amway asshole screeching out: DON’T DRESS LIKE A SLUT!!!! is not what I’d call good business advice! Amway ambots don’t bother with those pesky things like a business license, tax number and insurance. They do pick out a phony ass business name to put on their dumb ass business cards but they don’t go to the trouble of paying to register it, that is if someone else hasn’t already chosen the name they use.
In the start up phase of a new business there may be shortfalls in income but hopefully there comes a point when the business turns a profit and the revenue continues to increase every month. Its not easy being a business owner especially in the beginning if you can’t afford to pay staff. The owners puts in long hours and hopefully not losing money. Even when the business is up and running good there are still times the owner has to put in long hours. Everything has to be taken care of before closing up shop at the end of the day. There’s been times we’ve been hard at work late at night and then stopping by an all night restaurant at 10 or 11 to get dinner cause we don’t feel like cooking when we get home. So now’s a good time to send out a big old FUCK YOU to all those Amway assholes that stop by here and accuse of us being lazy and working a J.O.B. for someone else like where the hell would I find the time!
For an Amway ambot “working” could mean a whole bunch of things. It could mean phoning and bugging family and friends to buy shitty overpriced Amway products and begging and pleading with them to come to Amway meetings. Or it could mean dealing with endless phone calls and texts from the assholes in your Amway upline. It could mean meeting some fucking asshole in your Amway upline for a 5 or 6pm “business meeting” and then on to the Amway cult meeting at 8pm. 3 hours later the ambot is still “working” when there’s a small break before the Amway nuts & bolts meeting or the night owl or whatever bullshit term they use to keep the ambots there and sleep deprived. All the better to brainwash them. Common cult tactic.
These Amway meetings run several times a week. Cult tactic of keeping the followers busy so they don’t notice they’re not really business owners and they’re losing money instead of making it.
So much for that lie about working Amway 10 to 15 hours a week in your spare time. Double or triple that on time wasted bullshitting with other Amway assholes at the various meetings or phone calls or texts.
Cost of running an Amway “business”. Start up costs around $200 depends on the package you buy but if you’re a “serious business builder” you’ll probably go for the super jacked up package and then buy a bunch of useless shitty overpriced Amway products on top of that to impress the fucking asshole that sponsored you into the Amway scam and to get yourself into the 100PV bracket right away to qualify to earn a commission check that month. Then spend another $100 or so a month on the Amway tool scam. Total $500 to $1000/month (depends if there’s a major function that month) an Amway “business owner” must fork out of their own pocket to buy about $300 worth of Amway products and then spend on the Amway tool scam to earn $10 commission.
Yup. $10 back for investing all that time and money. Repeat month after month after month…..
The thing that a real business owner knows is that working long and hard hours for minimal payoff is not a sustainable pattern for any small business.
Simple concept isn’t it?
One that Amway Ambots just can not grasp.