Get Out Of Debt? One of the plain things that many lines will talk about with their downline is debt. Many IBOs and prospects join Amway, hoping that Amway will help them eliminate debt, by providing some extra income. What many IBOs though finding out is that they end up more in debt deeply, not because of Amway necessarily, but because of the pressure to purchase tools and function tickets often.
While getting away from debt may be beneficial, the same line may recommend that person to go much deeper in hock to take part in Amway and the functions and tools systems. Eliminating debt on the surface, is an excellent thing. However, I think that many lines only want IBOs to remove debt to allow them to release discretionary monies that may be channeled into tool purchases, which outlines profit from. So while the advice seems audio, it still eventually ends up as a self-serving little bit of advice.
If you are an IBO or a prospect, is your online advising one to eliminate personal debt and then turning around and telling you to wait “all” functions? Being a WWDB IBO, I noticed the mantra about eliminating debt. Way too many IBOs trust their online and make initial and ongoing purchases of tools, and then continue steadily to do this without seeing tangible results.
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I believe this is why IBOs are taught to trust and also have beliefs. Or that success is right nearby. It helps to keep an IBO going, even in the absence of results. Hopefully a post like this can bring awareness to IBOs and potential IBOs. All the best to those who disregard this information.
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