I got involved with Forever living products in the year 2001. It was marketed as a great extra income opportunity to me, and I hurriedly got involved together with my fiancée then, now my wife. We went for an opportunity seminar, and seem quite convinced it was a good opportunity. If you count the years well, that was 13yrs ago.
I dropped out of the business after less than 4 months. The background scenarios surrounding why we left were quite unforgettable and painful. We left making up our minds, not to touch forever living products forever!
Before you jump into conclusions however, the answer to my question above is – Nothing is wrong with Forever! Nothing is wrong with Forever Living Products! Everything the company promised and promises is true and correct! Something is however wrong with people! People are averagely lazy, pathetic, fickle, inconsistent and incapable of driving anything that requires more than a 6 months push! The reason why I and my wife left Forever, was that we quit! We were not ready, we had a few more lessons to learn. There was sincerely and honestly no problem with Forever then, and neither is there any problems now.
If you want to learn how to do business, and you want to start with a moderate and modest budget, I would still heartily recommend network marketing to you as a great place to start and build. I also would gladly recommend Forever to you, and you can’t join through me, because I’m no longer there. Just facing the plain facts today, not marketing you into anything. I drive a Network Marketing opportunity passionately, so you may think that the company I market rivals with FLP! The truth is, we are not rivals, we are in the same market space and invariably create opportunities and broaden the market for each other. The best we can do for the good of the industry, is actually to love and support each other.
I failed in Forever, Failed in Tianshi, Failed in Club Diamond Traders and many others. I failed a few times, before I ever succeeded once, and have failed again since succeeding. I have no regrets about any of the journeys and paths I have been privileged to take, they have all made me better.
Don’t blame it on the companies, put the blame where it truly belongs, on the neck of the person you see, when you look in the mirror!