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The ONLY thing that’s going to keep you safe from the changing tide of corporate management is a WRITTEN statement that is legally binding, integrated into the policies and procedures that you sign and agree to when you become an active distributor. Beyond that there are a few things you can look at to get a better idea of whether or not the company may last the long haul.I would also recommend staying close to corporate management, or at least having someone in your immediate upline tap into their meetings so you can keep your fingers on the proverbial pulse of any policy changes that may be headed down the pike.
If you can, make your own because you want to differentiate yourself from your competitors.
Maybe you failed miserably in your first company and you’re just treading water wondering when the right time to jump back in is?
Or maybe your last MLM company went belly up due to being labeled a pyramid scheme (Zeek Rewards), or perhaps it went retail and cancelled all its distributors, or maybe just flat out went bankrupt (all of these scenarios have happened)?
There’s nothing in human nature that’s predictable when it comes to handling hundreds of millions of dollars.
So if you think you’ll be able to determine whether or not a company will outlast Amway or Shaklee based on the fact that they have “strong” leadership, you may be in for a rude awakening.