….I was watching a documentary the other night on Netflix, called “Betting On Zero.”
If you haven’t seen it, it’s basically a documentary about Herbalife and how a lot of people get sucked into it and come away, thousands of dollars in debt and nothing to show for it.
It brought me back to my good ole MLM days. Driving around selling weight loss kits, and sitting in our car for hours with a sleeping two and three year old, while Catherine attended the company training meetings.
I shake my head at what I put myself through. You probably know the end result, no Lear jet or sports car, but at the time I was so sure that this was going to be it.
That documentary got me thinking of all the people that fall under the wheels of Guru Joe and the gang.
The constant “You need this, and this and this, and don’t forget this”, as they stack one thing after another onto your shopping cart.
I detest it, because it’s nothing better than being in a pyramid scheme. Making people buy shit they’ll never have a chance to use, all while handing over money they can’t afford to part with.
Because of the movie, I worked hard on the Cheap Children’s Picture Book course to make it the best it can be.
So not only will I sleep well at night, but I know I’ve given you everything you need to make it work for you. All you got to do if follow the steps.
And it doesn’t require you sitting in a cold car, with your kids, waiting for a MLM meeting to end.