The pyramid is one of the strongest structures known to mankind.
Opportunity stirs throughout South Florida as many emerging and already established network marketing companies target ANYONE in the working class. Over thousands of people a day are filtered and sorted. Many people endorse network marketing opportunities and others are highly negative, despite having confirmed that they are truly "looking for an opportunity." Whether or not these people have been burned through illegal pyramid schemes or just a bad experience, they tend to bash it even after they have met the ladies and gentleman who are experiencing massive success.
The prospects brought to these various networking marketing opportunities have one of three mindsets. The first mindset is "I see an opportunity, stop talking, let's get started." This mindset is a characteristic of those who are business owners, mortgage brokers, or other network marketers - people who are used to putting forth a great effort knowing that they'll make a lot of money as an end result. The second mindset is "I see an opportunity, but I have questions." This mindset usually comes from those people who are teachers, doctors, lawyers, accountants - people who live day-to-day scanning information. The third mindset is "I don't see an opportunity, it's not for me." Only people who are used to failing have this mindset, usually those stuck at a low-income job or not used to experiencing self-fulfillment, or have low ambition and can't stay committed - typical of those people who think great opportunities are "too good to be true."
Well, it may be 'too good to be true' ... TO YOU! It's these people we call in the industry "rotten apples" who ruin everything for everyone. See, the job that 95% of America is in right now (despite the level of income earned) is a PYRAMID! Let's take the classic example of Microsoft. Here's the basic questionnaire:
1.) How many CEO's are there in Microsoft? (One.)
2.) Who's next? (Other board members.)
3.) And then? (Upper management > middle management > wannabe management.)
4.) When does it end? (The employee, making all the money for everyone above them.)
Common sense. Will Mr. Eduardo, the immigrant janitor ever make it as CEO at Mircrosoft? Never! Will you ever see Bill Gates cleaning all the toilets at Microsoft headquarters? Hell NO!
Man, that is a pyramid! A corporate pyramid. Most people who worry if an opportunity is a pyramid are usually in the same boat as Mr. Eduardo, AT THE VERY BOTTOM. They bring a negative mindset to the table because they were always accustomed to working for someone else, never taking initiative or accountability in their lives. Does it hurt to hear? Of course it does. Go ahead and bash, neglect, and ignore every opportunity that will ever come across your way, but when you retire at 65 with only a social security check to depend on, you might as well fill out an application at Wal-Mart.
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