Two fantastic questions will naturally evolve from this subject. And I hope the answers will naturally take several directions.
Can someone make a "living" by ONLY selling and not recruiting anyone?
For the sake of everyone answering from the same perspective, lets avoid responses like "why not recruit someone" and "if you like what you are doing wouldn't you try to pass it on". Those are not "wrong" or "bad" points. They simply do not answer the question being asked. The question (again) is CAN someone make a "living" by ONLY selling?
For this question, we will set an acceptable living at $24,000. I know you can not survive where I live on that kind of money. But I think as an average, nationwide standard, it is fair. If anyone disagrees, feel free to change the amount (higher or lower). Just keep in mind that I will not be able to respond until after work. (and tomorrow I have an after work commitment that will prevent me from saying much of anything. So just "take it away"!
The second question is can you recruit women and become a director without;
1. ruining their lives?
2. ruining your life?
I know that second question is rather vague and "open to interpretation". I think that is a good thing. I want to know what, how, why.
Some say that Mary Kay is only a good idea if you remain a consultant ONLY. Is this accurate? or not? why?
Monday, January 7, 2008
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First Post - Why I Started This Blog
The Article I Wrote For ScamTypes.com (here) (there)
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