Let's Do This Together.
Here's my history with MLM. In 1995 I went to my first Amway hotel meeting. Didn't have a clue what what was going on. All I knew at the time, was I needed 2 circles to be rich.
Surely I could find 2 people who wanted to buy soap from their own store and make money telling others about it. Boy was I wrong.
I pounded the pavement, knocked on doors hung out at malls and book stores prospecting people that got within 3 feet of me.
I posted flyers, put up yard signs. mailed post cards. Bought and called leads.
You name it, I did it.
Did those methods work? Sort of, I did set presentation appointments where I could draw my own circles, LOL.
Oh and I managed to make a whopping $60 in Amway.
But the MLM Bug had bit me and I was hooked.
Fast forward and I have been in and out of MLM programs like a growing baby goes through clothes.
I begin to develop skills.
I learned MLM the hard way, but I did began to develop some skills.
Saw my first $1200 commission check with a company called Excel (closed)
Built an orginazation in Nutrion for life (closed down)
Was earning around a $1000 a month in a company called ITI. The Navy transfered me to Japan in 1999 and working ITI from there was not possible. (ITI closed down).
You probably notice a trend here of companies closing down and it happens.
But MLM is really where I seen true residual income. And there's a big difference between affiliate commissions and multi level commissions.
I still get a check from a company called GDI, my last one was only $118 but I stopped building that probably 5 or 6 years ago.
I'm not going to tell you “timing is right” or “I wasn't looking” or “I would use the products even if” or any of that other cliche MLM talk.
But I wll tell you that
#1. I want to get skinny
#2 I want to build an organization again.
#3. The powerline is attractive.
But you have to decide for your self.