Wednesday, December 01, 2004

Why people fail in Job, Business and MLM?

This post is about losers. Why people lose.


Q: Why did X got laid off?
A: Well you know economy is bad and share holders were pushing. He was good though.
Q: Why did Y got fired?
A: She was good but keeps snapping at her colleagues. But she got fired when she start yelling at clients. She needs to control herself.
Q: Why that new employee was fired?
A: He was very good but we just had a merger and we had equivalent but more experienced employee at our sister company.
Q: Why employee J was fired?
A: He was not working hard enough and taking too much leaves.


Q: Why Business A failed?
A: Their location was right in the middle of tough competitors.
Q: Why Business B failed?
A: They didn't evolve to new market needs.
Q: Why Business C failed?
A: They didn’t have enough resources. There product has not much demand either.
Q: Why Business D failed?
A: Owner never took much interest in it and left all to employees. Employees were not good either.
Q: Why business E failed?
A: Government put some crazy import tax on their material.
Q: Why business F failed?
A: Partner A screwed partner B


Q: Why so many people fail in MLM?
A: They sat on their butt and picked their nose. Then they start whining.


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At 12/02/2004 07:22:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, but...

The nose pickers were the lucky ones. Most of them didn't lose all that much. Some of those who got off their butt and put in the time ended up losing tens of thousands of dollars. Even those who started profiting from the pyramid ended up with a downline of recruits who lost even more than what they made, so they are the biggest losers of all because of what they did to their family and friends and their family and friends.

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At 12/03/2004 04:58:00 PM, Blogger Imanewme said...

Well.. paying some *sshole to be your friend (by purchasing tapes and cds from them)automatically makes you a loser in my book.


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