The Dream Or The Scheme?

It is my educated opinion that whether it’s Amway, WWDB, BWW, N21, real property, or the cash flow business, the vast majority of individuals who try these systems do not make any kind of significant income. Sure, some may, and the ones are shown as the options. But if you watch infomercials, you will notice in terms and conditions on the bottom of the display screen, the “unique experience”, you results may vary. I believe that a similar message used to be at the final end of Amway diamond recordings as well.

That the machine may work for a lot of, but “your outcomes can vary greatly”. These operational systems in general do not work for various reasons. Many people simply do not have the acumen to work the system. Or the system has way too many variables for the machine to work, or the system demands things away from control.

For example, success in Amway generally requires one to sponsor others, something that is beyond the control of all people. Add in the lazy and folks who are hoping for a quick score and it is understandable that a lot of will fail. But these systems are set up, where in fact the majority just can’t all succeed often.

Nowhere is that more true than the Amway business where the pyramidal settlement plan nearly ensures failure for the low level IBOs. Just what exactly can do someone? Well, it may no be as sexy, or attractive but a part-time job and investing and saving might be something to take into account. Even a part-time business where you focus on selling products for a profit might work.

You do neither. Yet you continue to engage. Putting ego for another aside, Trident is a major player indeed, and you without doubt have helped countless authors get money saving deals. Kudos to you on that, no sarcasm in any way. Good providers are worth their weight in yellow metal. But good realtors should also stay static in step with what is currently occurring in the posting world, rather than make assumptions, spout uniformed opinions, and act like sound bites. You actually have an opportunity here to learn something that Trident and your clients could benefit greatly from.

I really do wish you continued success, and I’m sure you’re a smart, likable guy with a whole great deal of friends and a great number of tales to inform. If you want to continue with this discussion, it requires to be a true back-and-forth, where points are dealt with and questions asked and responded to and facts logic and released applied. I think it could prove valuable if you had a go at it.

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Joe sez: Mr. Gottlieb hasn’t responded. But if he chooses to, I’m going to be pleased to post it, unedited, here. I, for just one, am prompted to see benefits like Robert Steve and Gottlieb Zacharius engage in open up issue about these exact things. Ebooks are to stay here, and self-publishing is a shadow industry that legacy publishers either ignore or dismiss, but the fact remains that tens of an incredible number of books are being sold outside of the legacy system.

This isn’t an us vs. It’s a way for everyone to become more informed about the changes happening within the industry, and how exactly we can all reap the benefits of them. Writers will have options they never really had before. There’s a lot of money in play, here. I’m speaking with you John Sargent (CEO of Macmillan).

And you Gail Hochman (president of the AAR). And you Craig Swinwood (CEO of Harlequin). And you also Jamie Raab (President of Grand Central). And writers Scott Turow and James Patterson and Richard Russo also. You’ve all said some really outrageous things (and I’d be pleased to repeat them if you want me to). I’m providing you a popular discussion board to tone of voice your points of view.

And unless you want to debate me and/or Barry Eisler, I bet I could get Hugh Howey or Bob Mayer or Kris Rusch or David Gaughran to complete for us. We can send you questions beforehand even, and you can choose the ones you would like to answer. I prolong this open invitation to any literary agent, legacy posting editor, or legacy executive.