Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Get A Load of This Knob!

I was over at Truth's Blog and came across this Grade A Plugged in perfect example of what's wrong with a lot of IBO's who loves to answer questions that nobody asked. Here he goes off on a beautiful soliloquy:

  • "I am reminded of how proud I am to be part of such an outstanding organization."
Yes, outstanding. Millions of pissed off people and counting.
  • "I am reminded of how fortunate I am to be supported by an incredible system led by men and women of character."
Yes, not at all judgemental people you are associating with there. They came clean about the tools income when? The tools income is explained in the plan how often? How many have real bad credit ratings? Good leadership example, not paying your debts.
  • "I am reminded of the incredible income I have to look forward to in the near future."
Yes indeed. However, how's it going for 95% of the people now? Ahh, that's negative. So you aren't making a bunch of money right now. Ahhh, suck it up, fork out another few dollars for another tape or CD. That's the ticket.
  • "More than anything else, I become more and more glad that I have stuck it out through the hard times, plugged into the system, and succeeded because obviously many others didn't."
So you are looking forward to incredible income in the future, yet have already succeeded? If you aren't making a lot of money, then you still are in the hard times, dude love.

Seriously, this is what the problem is. It's not the overpriced crap that they're buying for themselves. It's definately not the rallies (except for the deceptive profit margins), and it's not listening to the (amateur and hypocriticaal) motivation.

The problem is, as pointed out, is that you are are not successful by Quixtar "leader" standards unless you are buying their overpriced and overhyped garbage that you have been told is essential to your success. This verbal diarrhea slops into the minds of all the glassy eyed IBO's who want to be just like their "leaders", and they express these sentiments to people who are not motivated by material things.

You know what, IBO's? Maybe you should start talking like yourself instead of repeating what you've been told by people who have something to gain by you believing them and buying what they are selling. They tell you what you want to hear (Boss is a jerk, screw jobs, get served on the beaches, blah, blah, blah) so you will hang in there.

If you are that unhappy with your present situation, then I guarantee you that Amway/Quixtar is probably not going to help you. In fact, it will detriment your growth as a human being, which would allow you to succeed in other avenues of life. If you get the attitude that work is bad, people not in Quixtar/Amway are bad, and life without Quixtar/Amway is bad, then you are on a collision course with the Grim Reaper of reality.

Normal people do not act how you are being taught to act. The people teaching you are not normal. True, they may have money, but it doesn't make them normal. Doing what they say to do DOES NOT guarantee any success at all.

Grow Up, for God's sake.

End of Rant.

Saturday, May 20, 2006

Awesome Story

We got an excellent Cliffhanger story brewing over at On The Road With Dave.

I haven't been this excited to see the next Chapter since QBlog published "Marks" on his site.

Check it out. It does rock.......

Thursday, May 11, 2006

A Visit Back to a Forgotten Story

Just cruising around on the web and came across this page again.

At least Russell and Ginny were able to crerate something good out of what was then Amway and is now Quixtar.


Sunday, May 07, 2006

Another Suspicious Person

Looks like this guy sees Amway/Quixtar is a way they would probably rather he didn't.

I've been CRAZY busy as of late. Quick 6 week synopsis:

- Grandfather passed away.

- Went to Jasper, Alberta for a friend's wedding. I live in Manitoba. This should give you an idea of the distance travelled. Jasper is on the border of Albert and British Columbia, deep in the Rocky Mountains. Edmonton is the closest city with an airport to Jasper, 4 hours away.

- Had a psycho 2 weeks at work, where I logged in an EXTRA 80 hours OT in a 2 week period

- Helping my parents clean out my grandfather's home, which was essentially a 4 storey time capsule. It is located about 2 hours from where I live. 6 dumpsters later, job complete.

I'm not going to be doing this month's issue of the "Dingbat of the Month" I'm currently trying to figure out if it is a worthy endeavor or not. Seems kinda counter productive, but it sure feels good.

I dunno. I'm really wrestling with this one.

Anyhoo, check out the new improved Quixtar Blog! Looks like it is going places. The new mind meld will send that blog nowhere but up!

Thanks for stopping by, and check in soon. I'll get more regular again, you'll see.

P.S. CFL is only a few weeks away from the season opener! Woooo - Hooooo!