AMOs teachings are same or different?
My fellow blogger "insider" posted
So of 900,000 IBOships in Quixtar, there's something like 450,000 people attending seminars. 450,000!
That's a big number. That's a VERY big number.
When I point out to "critics" that perhaps their experience is not the most common experience, or perhaps not as widespread as they think, they'll often retort something along the lines of "I heard this taught at a seminar with 10,000 people!"
10,000 people is a big number, a VERY big number.
But it's only 5% of 200,000.
10,000 people sitting in a seminar being told something "wrong" or against Quixtar rules or whatever is a lot of people. But it's still less than 1% of all IBOships, and it's even only a tiny number of active IBOs who are attending seminars.
10,000 seems a BIG number - but put it in context, it's not. Don't get me wrong -it's still a lot of people, and if people are being taught or told "the wrong thing", well, one is too many! But for every IBO or former IBO out there, our experience, our context, is tiny compared to the reality of the Amway/Quixtar world. It's bigger than you think. WAAAYYY bigger than you think.
What he "missed" is, not all critics attended same seminar. If I attended one, Joe attended another, It's 20,000 now.
It takes 450,000 / 10,000 = 45 people, one from each seminar to compare notes and come to conclusion how similar or different teachings are. Assuming a major seminar has 10,000 attendees and there are total 450,000 IBOs attending seminars.