A WWDB Non Truth
A while back I was reading a post allegedly authored by a gung ho IBO (Hey, it rhymes!) who made the mistake of either blindly believing something that was told to him or else plain old making things up.
In his post "Reflections of Last Night" written on October 1st of last year, he claims the following about Brad Duncan:
"I honestly don’t give a rip what you may “read” from some person somewhere on the internet, if you actually get around the man, talk to him you’ll see where his heart is. Honestly he is the ONLY Crown that is still showing the plan!"
I can confirm with absolute certainty that Brad Duncan is not the only Crown actively showing the plan. I know for certain at least one other Crown who shows the plan on a regular basis. I asked the Crown directly via email, and got a response today.
So indeed, before believing some person somewhere on the internet, ask people other than your upline about factual details regarding Amway, and you may actually find out the truth.
That advice would evidently include our friend Shaun over at Expeditions of Truth.
Who told this to Shaun? Don't know. Don't care.
It's wrong. It's inaccurate. Whoever told him that is either lying or wrong. I think Shaun believed it, and I'm not being critical of him.
I just wonder what else he's been told which he believes to be absolutely 100% the truth that's not?
I suspect a lot more than just this.
I also suspect he went to all 3 Dream Nights in the Alberta area this month.
There's the possibility that he may be misled regarding the benefits of these "Dream Nights".
EDIT: Forgot to add this:
This is precisely why I put very little credence to his most recent post regarding "Trust". The overarching message seems to be, "Trust your upline, and trust it blindly. Anyone who says different than your uplink is the enemy".
That's the feeling I get from his posts anyway.