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'Attractive pricing... sweet.' We're trying to provide a really good deal.

We've previously mentioned how we want to build a decent business based on trust and respect, and that maximizing profit doesn't interest us.

Here's John's view…

With low prices, some will question if there's something wrong.

What there is, is something right. Finally. Here's why…

  • 1 Most Network Marketers aren't making money. Yet. Some take even longer.

    They have to buy products, marketing materials, attend events. More. All expenses that often add up to more than they're making.

    The catch-22 is they also need to invest in educating themselves on how to do the business successfully.

    To hustle them for $197, $495, $99.95 to give them what they need to help them grow their business is out-of-line. Unrealistic. And, I say, greedy. It doesn't have to be that way, because…

  • 2 The costs of doing things digitally is low.

    No paper, printing, distribution.

    Of course there's development and admin expenses. Websites cost money to build and maintain. Content costs, too.

    But a digital thing costs pretty much the same to deliver to 90, 800, 6,000 and up-and-up.

So combining #1 and #2, we'll keep our pricing low.

I've said for years…

'I don't care about making thousands of MLM millionaires.

I'm committed to having millions of Network Marketing thousandaires'.

And what's here is a part of what I'm doing to achieve that result.

Good piece, it speaks for itself and needs no clarification or reinforcement from me.

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