Never let anyone say that I’m not willing to hear the other side or accept criticism.
The following came from a forum I frequent. I’m just gonna let the person’s perspective stand here, without any commentary from me.
“The fact that you defend a flawed system and recruit others into a flawed system either makes you ignorant (with all due respect) or you intentionally look the other way and overlook glaring weaknesses and bring other (often unsuspecting or mixed motivated people) into the fray. I find the latter, as I said in my post, deceptive and unethical…although, perhaps in most areas of your life you may be doing just fine (?!) ethically. I really don’t know. I just know what I know about MLM and about Quixtar, et al…and I think you are deceiving your downline by allowing them to labor under the illusion that they’ll make it big or even do pretty darn well with Amway/Quixtar…when most of all downlines are mediocre or failing…or paying premiums for no particular reason (again a failed economic system.) You’re like a planner defending East German economy before it was swallowed up by free enterprise…I say you’re on the wrong side of the economic pendulum and on the other side of immutable economic laws. It’s as if you’re trying to debate with those who know the world is round and yet you’re maintaining its flatness – and doing so as a ‘really nice guy.’ But you’re still plain wrong – with all due respect – so perhaps you do speak from ignorance.”