PreLaunchGround Floor Opportunity! Prelaunch! Secure Your Position! Get In Now! Don’t Miss Out! Exciting Startup! This Is The Big One! Billy and Belinda Billionaire Came Out Of Retirement For This One! This will be the Best MLM Company Ever!

In case you didn’t hear the shovel clanking in the background as this load was being delivered, please think about this when you are considering joining a startup MLM company …

Check out the industry statistics for the survival rates of new MLM companies. We have seen estimates of failure rates in the first year as low as 80% and as high as 90%. Don’t take our word for it. Just Google it yourself to be convinced.

In his book Success in Ten Steps, Michael Dlouhy may be conservative when he states that 90% of MLM businesses fail in their first year, and 90% of the remaining 10% fail in their second year.

That means that after two years, only 1 in 100 startup MLM companies will still be around to send you a check. That is a 1% chance of survival.

Now picture yourself at the casino, intent on a pleasant evening of playing the slots.

Slot Line Up

According to a good friend of ours who loves to gamble in Vegas, slot machines can pay out anywhere from 83% to 99% and must be signed as to their payout.

So there you are with your bucket of nickels looking at one machine on your left that reads 83% Payout and one on the right that reads 99% Payout!

Which machine do you choose to play? It’s a nobrainer, right? Unless you believe in choosing by color or by intuition, you would sit down at the machine with the 99% payout. A much better chance of a big jackpot, or more realistically, you get to keep your nickels longer!

Which Slot

Now …

Think about how you choose the best MLM company.

Startup 1%

Two Year Old Percent

You look at Company A, a prelaunch ground floor opportunity startup, which is signed with a payout of 1%. Company B is two to five years old and is signed at 10% or 20% or 50% or 60% or anything over 1%.

Which company do you choose? It’s a nobrainer, right?

After two years, a company has a far greater chance of surviving a couple more years, and perhaps many years into the future to take care of you.

You want to build it once, build it big, and build it to pay your children’s children, right?

If you agree with that, it makes no sense to invest your energy, time, money and reputation into a company with a 1% chance of survival. Let others be the pioneers. You should be wiser and choose an established company for yourself and your family.

CherriesIf you’d like to take the gambling out of choosing the best MLM company for you, start with the free ebook Success in Ten Steps by Michael Dlouhy. Just click on the cherries!

Bob and Anna Bassett
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