Whether we like it or not, our industry is constantly under the microscope. In recent years, the FTC has sued companies over excessive promises and under-fulfillment. The perception of many is that only people at the head of a network marketing company make money. If we are all honest with each other, this perception is not far away. When a backroom deal becomes public, it looks like MLM business opportunities are being manipulated against the “average” person. Perception is reality, isn`t it? The whole idea of a framework that brings a team suggests that this “business” is only about marketing and distribution techniques for recruitment. And this without taking into account the product and the customer. They have forgotten that the winners do not follow, they watch and learn, and then break their own path. This is the case in successful business, with the exception of cases of nepotism.
Update 5. January 2016 – At the end of 2015, a transaction agreement was reached between Matthew Nestler and Jeunesse. Well, Jeunesse didn`t seem to have a problem setting up Giguere`s business after providing them with a seemingly fake copy of Nestler`s signature. Giguere then informed Jeunesse that Nestler had signed the transaction agreement and provided Jeunesse with a copy of the agreement that contained a forged signature on Nestler`s signature line. Remember when we enter an arena that is normally closed to public consumption by NDAs and other private agreements. A month before Nestler`s resignation, Jeunesse, in violation of its own agreement with Nestler, transferred the sponsorship rights to Giguere`s position to one of Nestler`s competitors, Stefanie Nichols. I can`t say how much these deals meant Giguere financially, but it certainly seems to incentivize him to get rid of Nestler by any means possible. Jeunesse Global LLC and the distributor undertake not to transmit to third parties the terms of this agreement or the conditions of additional compensation. Well, if your Leader acquisition strategy shows you that you`re attracting executives with secret deals and deals that offer bonuses and financial incentives off the table, the coat and daggers come out.
If this executive built his downline through a real relationship (even if only a business relationship) and taught honest marketing and distribution techniques, then the basis for the chance of success and longevity is laid. Nestler`s signature, as published in the March 2014 BDA agreement between him and Youth, is the reference: leaders on the recipients of these agreements do not want anyone else to know that they had one because they want to create the illusion that they built their business like everyone else. Nothing could be further from the truth. I saw them display their homes, cars and jewelry in social media posts, without ever revealing the fact that they received preferential treatment. However, before we look at the business relationships of some of Jeunesse`s best affiliates, I would like to say in the introduction that what is discussed in this article is in no way limited or unique to Jeunesse. If you`re in an MLM company, there`s a good chance that some of the following will happen there. When a company decides that it needs to do special business, it must be disclosed IN FULL. If a manager comes out and says, “The company pays me a 6-month salary to help them leave” – people will respect them.
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