Continuing from yesterday, I received some tremendous feedback regarding the above subject matter.
One thing that worries me is that the passion with which people go about marketing Ponzi Schemes, that same passion can actually be used to market the genuine ones, you will learn what you aren’t taught in any conventional school about business and network marketing.
The learning curve in network marketing is enormously free especially when you sign up, buy the products, use the services provided and attend their trainings(physical and virtual)
Some of us have lost monies to such schemes before, but we learnt and moved on.
Are you about to join another one? Check it out, it might be a Pyramid Scheme as well. Anything that builds traffic into it, without an exit, you need to be watchful.
If you know it will crash and still want to play a fast one to cash out, you are most to be pitied.
The irony however is, people will still fall for these schemes even with all these messages. In your best interest, keep off.
There is what I call Ponzi questions or pyramid questions that people ask.
They will say, if I join now, when will I start earning money? I usually answer when you start working. No work, no pay, PERIOD
Another question is, if I join with xyz amount how much will I earn to recoup my money, that is still a ponzi mindset.
Network Marketing is a journey and lifestyle not a destination.
I know someone who moved from Longrich to Oriflame to Cellgevity, then SuperLife, I don’t know where the person is now. What was the issue, I can’t talk to people, but you can gist and you are a lecturer?
Be ready unlearn to relearn and learn if you want to make money, it is that deliberate.
If you learnt anything from this, kindly share with someone out there.
Dr. Emmanuel Idenyi Shaibu
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The Millennium Entrepreneur