Saturday, August 11th, 2012 at
Here is the next awesome question I received. Keep them coming.
You said in a previous answer that the average network marketer sponsors 2.5 people and it’s because many sponsor no one. Why is that? Why is there so many people who sign up and do nothing?
Discouraged in NJ
Great question. In this industry, the only way for it to work for the company and the big income earners is if there are a large number who do nothing but buy products each month. Many companies are not set up to be “customer friendly” so people have to join to get the “good prices”.
The majority of people who do bring others in don’t really know how they got those people to sign up. Then, they, as the upline, attempt to teach their people how to sponsor others. However, most times, they are teaching ineffective marketing methods. Occasionally, those ineffective methods work to bring in one or two people so those one or two get taught the same ineffective marketing methods and so forth. This is why most just give up and keep buying the products. Most MLM companies have great products.
However, if people are taught how to attract people the right way, that average would be much higher.
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Have an Awesome Day,
Friday, June 1st, 2012 at
Today a judge ordered George Zimmerman”s bail revoked. Seems he has 48 hours to surrender himself to the jail.
According to HLN News, there was a recorded jail conversation between Zimmerman and his wife, where they “allegedly conspired to transfer money in an attempt to hide certain funds from the court.”
Also, according to the prosecutor, Zimmerman has a second passport that he failed to disclose to the court. One of the conditions of his bond was that he surrender his passport. Apparently he surrendered ONE of them, but not the other one. Why would someone have two passports anyway?
Just like I’ve said in the past, it seems like every time George Zimmerman or his family open their mouths, the lies just spill out. Maybe they are pathological liars?
Anyway…this does NOT look good for his credibility in the Trayvon Martin shooting trial. I wouldn’t believe anything the guy says. And, in my opinion, in order for Zimmerman to prove self defense, he will have to take the stand. The jurors shouldn’t believe a word coming out of his mouth.
Thursday, April 19th, 2012 at
THE FOLLOWING IS MY OPINION based on what I’ve read/heard so far about this incident.
Prostitution is apparently legal in Colombia. OK…to each his own. However, when you are a secret service agent, being paid by taxpayer dollars, on OFFICIAL US business, you have no right to engage in that type of behavior. I’m sure the secret service is not paid hourly, therefore, when they are traveling for business, they are always “on the clock”. These people represent our country. They are in charge of securing the President of the United States.
Now…even though President Obama was not in Colombia at the time, that does not matter. They were charged with setting up the security for his visit.
Wouldn’t it make sense to call as little attention to yourself as possible? Secret service members should be able to move about covertly. They should be able to go unnoticed. That, I’m sure, is part of the qualifications they need to posses.
I’m not judging the hiring of prostitutes. As I said, it is legal in that country. However, what I am commenting on is my opinion on the behavior of these “secret service” agents. Do whatever you want on your downtime as long as it does not jeopardize your business. They were not on vacation, however, they were on official business. When you get into an argument IN THE HALLWAY OF A HOTEL WITH A PROSTITUTE, you are going to call attention to yourself.
I mean really…what did these guys think was going to happen? You play, you have to pay. You don’t negotiate a price, then partake in the service and then attempt to renegotiate the price in a public hallway. HELLO?? Don’t you have to be semi intelligent to be part of the secret service? I guess not…