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Old 05-24-2015, 03:47 PM
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Arrow Why should a man make more than me? K

"Why should a man make more than me?"

As I was reading this article (June 2015, Glamour magazine) last night, I wondered which industry truly offers equal opportunity and salary, regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, experience and education. I could only think of one: the network marketing industry. I like that compensation is based on effort. And who better to bust my butt off than for myself? I appreciate my boss, but a 2% pay raise every year is pathetic. Some people may argue a small pay raise is better than none, and I agree, but doesn't mean I should accept that's all there is to it, coz really, a fixed income is so... limited. I know some people who prefer to do everything themselves from scratch, and I wish them luck. I tried that route twice, with different concepts, and it wasn't fun. I was so stressed and exhausted (then I got sick and finally had a "break"), and our apartment is still a warehouse crammed with inventory.

I'm so happy that I gave in and went to that Kyšni event in September 2013. It was immediately clear to me that this is THE ONE. The concept is simple + generous compensation plan = winning formula. Sure, I may lose friends, but I don't mind hustling, coz it only means I'm constantly learning and stepping out of my comfort zone, which in the end only means I'm growing. I still win.

I am looking for just a couple of motivated individuals who want a better life for themselves, for their family, for their children.

No gimmicks. No bait-and-switch. No "upgrades" to get support.
Everything is transparent.

If you are ready for a change, to be the greatest version of you, please contact me. Visit my website, watch the video, and I will be in touch with you ASAP.

All the best,
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