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Jim Rohn probably said it best: Service to Many Leads to Greatness.We want to achieve greatness at the service to many – ACN seems to seek greatness at the expense of many.

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Most people are told from the start that less than one in 100 are successful in the business.There are 2 parts to this: Firstly, the majority of reps don’t make money, and secondly, if you work hard enough at ACN you will indeed make money.This tricky situation allows ACN reps/recruiters to use terribly effective tactics to encourage their reps to keep on recruiting in order to make money.But ACN, like all business ventures, is a risk – and the only way you make it big is by taking risks. Think for a moment why you would say yes to ACN – probably not because of the odds, but because you know that you have all these people in your upline who are doing it already and are willing to help you.This is a highly emotional reason for starting a business, and you should probably put a little more emphasis on the facts. Get some proof from your upline (at a level close to you, not proof from the top) that they are actually making money.For example – say John tells Bob that all he has to do to be successful is keep on showing the business to more people and eventually he will be rich – the harder he works the more money he will make.

Bob takes this recommendation to heart since he has been told the same thing most of his life – more work (hard or smart) equals more money.

Too much of your time, money, and reputation are about to be put on the line for you to just take their word for it. As always makes no guarantee as to the authenticity of the facts, arguments, comments or statements presented in the articles/posts on the site.

We have a collection of over 20 writers (plus many guest authors) and keeping track of exactly who writes what is not done.

but what about the 58 people who signed up and lost money?

Is hard work still a reasonable justification for profits when you have caused 58 people to part with their money by promising them great returns and delivering them nothing?

Bob shows the business to 300 people over the course of the year, 60 of them sign up, and 2 of them actually make their initial investment back.