This might sound crazy

May 14, 2017 no comments Posted in money, society

but I would suggest you join to see exactly the process of recruiting, motivation and maintenance! Join and set a deadline to quit, no matter what. I spent 5 years in Quixtar. Should have quit in the beginning. They sold me on exploding trend of online shopping, e-commerce, in late 1998.

I liked some of the teaching: financial conservatism, delayed gratification, importance of owning your own business, getting out of debt, saving or developing retirement income, retiring early, the prospects of ‘residual type’ income (interest, royalties, absentee business
etc).

I even liked the ‘Networking’ part; I always believed in “Who you know” being a big plus in business and in life; it is just having to get them to join money losing operations did not sit well with me.

The main problem is the merchandise; generally priced high to pay commissions, aggressive recruiting instead of sales and if you get ‘hooked’: “System” cds/tapes, seminars and travel.

Actually I agree with you –

October 7, 2016 no comments Posted in society

I can see where my lifelong self esteem problems have led me to this addiction – and made me susceptible to those promises of success which might have made me feel more worthy…
I take responsibility also for the losses in all areas of my life – and I am writing it all down – not with a view to publishing it – but rather I plan on burning it…
After this I will feel cleansed and able to function in society – and I plan on going back to my voluntary work where I will be valued, if not in dollars, then just for being myself – and that is someone who is kind, generous and very human. I am going to make that my success story.
Thanks to everyone for your expressions of support – all your points of view are respected.