TEAM - Totally Excited About Motivation?
How in the hell can your "TEAM business" expand when you are between product companies?
According to anonymous, it's happened. You can find the conversation I was having with several of Orrin's ilk at the IBO Rebellion
Also according to anonymous, they are mirroring their Quixtar business in MonaVie.
I had asked anonymous how his Quixtar income compared to his MonaVie income. He indicated in his response that he was still growing his TEAM business (whatever the hell that could possibly entail) before he joined MonaVie.
"Projected income from MonaVie with same exact team still (even though it has grown alot since not being involved with Amyway anymore) around 3,000 a month."
So, that kinda opens up a whole bunch more questions that I'm sure will not be answered. In any event, it may be a bit of a problem for Orrin and his friends if Amway finds out they may pretty much be doing exactly what is alleged.
NEPA tries to bail himself out by saying he's not in Orrin's downline, but it makes no difference if he is in Mark & Tami Crawford's downline or Casey Combden's downline. They can't be doing the mirroring of lines of sponsorship thing.That's what Amway is pissed off about, and they all know it.
I am finding myself not necessarily disliking Amway less, but rather, getting more and more wary of Orrin Woodward and his little gang. There are just things going on within TEAM that cannot be considered normal behavior.
That's great you have a group of people that want to be successful, and have common goals and the like, but it just seems to be something not right going on within TEAM.
I tried uploading the screen shot I took but blogger wouldn't upload it. Obviously it doesn't prove anything really, since it was made by an anonymous person.
Just very interesting. Orrin might want to pull in the reigns of his army, as it were. Might get him in trouble.
Which leads me to another thought. If Woodward or Brady or whatever other jackass is running the show at TEAM saw this, they would likely put out a voicemail or email or something (I'm assuming they have a mass communication method that SOMEBODY profits from).
The message would be basically to stop saying stuff like this online, because it just leads to trouble.
Which is basically trying to control information about your business. Now I'm no scholar, but I would think that the more your business is out there getting promoted the better, unless there's serious problems with your products or business model.
Sorry TEAM, I believe you are where Amway was at in the 70's, and it will be interesting to see how it plays out.
If TEAM people keep blowing the whistle on what's really going on, it will fail, because they can't afford to deal with the legal ramifications, if it's true. (IF IT'S TRUE)
If the TEAM "leaders" try to control the information, they will fail.
To quote Brad Harrigan, "This could get messy".
Welcome to the information age.