We want to achieve greatness at the service to many – ACN seems to seek greatness at the expense of many.If you’re about to spend 0 on ACN, at least think about your other alternatives and keep the statistics in mind.
By this time Bob has earned a decent chunk of cash for himself along with some solid residual income.
John was right – hard work actually paid off in ACN!
Don’t these 2 actions (telling recruits that ACN is nearly impossible, then flashing riches and success stories in front of them..) seem a little contradictory?
In any event, it would appear that anyone who actually “Made it” in ACN (through all that “hard work” promoted by the brain washed reps) only got there by screwing a sizable number of people out of their signup fee.
The issue, in our opinion, comes when you actually try to do it.
There is very limited data on the success rates of ACN Independent Representatives.
Bob takes this recommendation to heart since he has been told the same thing most of his life – more work (hard or smart) equals more money.
Bob shows the business to 300 people over the course of the year, 60 of them sign up, and 2 of them actually make their initial investment back.
The problem: certain representatives are so good at convincing you, that everyone believes they will be the 1 out of 200 who actually makes money! Here are a few things that should suggest why ACN is not worth your time or your reputation: Even panhandlers can make a little money by begging on the streets to a bunch of random people who they have never met.
If you were to elaborate on this concept and take a group of beggers who were more socially acceptable than bums, then have them beg to people they actually knew – not just for money, but for “a Favor” – you’re sure to see better results than the bums on the street.
Is hard work still a reasonable justification for profits when you have caused 58 people to part with their money by promising them great returns and delivering them nothing?