Wednesday, October 31, 2007

How much open costs you?

Not the entry ticket. Total time and money. Ex-IBOs can comment as well.


  • Do you attend it weekly?
  • Time it takes you to get ready for it?
  • How long is the drive there?
  • Duration of your Open?
  • Do you stay for the training? How long?
  • Do you pick up / drop off prospects?


  • Fuel costs?
  • Baby sitting?
  • Do you eat out those nights?
  • How much a lit pack costs?
  • How many lit packs you give out on average?
  • How many lit packs are actually returned?
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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Which bird is TEAM bird?


Hint: It has a very funny retardation.

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Sunday, October 14, 2007

Multi Level Marketing Goto peeps

You're in Quixtar. Or some one told you about it. You look it up. Now you are confused. Some fears are confirmed, but your dreams are still there. What to do?

True, job sucks majority of your time. And for majority it sucks majority of the time. Owning a business is a pretty good idea, although intimidating. You may spend more time in it with less rewards.

Asking questions is a smart move. If you don't ask, you won't learn. I won't do MLM, but I don't think it's evil. Let me "recommend" you some people that may help.

Ty Tribble

He was a 4000 PV Pin in Quixtar, then passport, then Univera. He's a work from home dad, and knows a thing or two about MLM.

I find him ever helpful, despite knowing I'm not a prospect :)

I'd recommend him 100%.


He's the most famous IBO on the net. I don't know if he's indeed an IBO, or human for that matter. But he does a good job covering news about Quixtar. I don't always agree with him, but his claims are not "100000s of platinums and 1000s of diamonds are breaking every year!!!!" either.

Consider him an "online crossline". You may compare "system" notes with him. Crosslining is not bad ;)

Beth Dornan

She doesn't do MLM as far as I know. She's a Quixtar Employee. Her blog insidequixtar is the best Quixtar resource. She engages in conversations and a pretty reliable source, I'd say.

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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Plan, understanding, me

I'm getting some comments lately along the lines of "You didn't understand the plan, that's why you are not in.  Stay broke".

Claim 1 : If I "understand" the plan, it's impossible to not be an IBO? I've seen and shown the plan many times. Explain me what I did not understand. Use as much words as you like.

Claim 2 : If I'm not in, I must be broke.

There are many wealthy people and most of them are not IBO. How come they're not broke?

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