How to Get the Most Out of Your MLM The Whole Truth Course

How to Get the very most out of your “MLM The Whole Truth” Special Report/Course investment

Congratulations on your MLM The Whole Truth investment. I so wish everyone entered network marketing armed with the knowledge that you are about to gain.

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dleCAT January 7, 2011 at 12:19 pm Thumb up 2 Thumb down 0


Thank you for creating your “whole truth” document. I liked your analysis, save for one item. You like privately held companies better than publicly traded ones, because, you assert, the publicly traded company management has shareholders as its first master.

I submit that you’re missing the point. All company management has company ownership as its first master. The only way around this is if the distributors are the majority owners, and we know that’s not going to happen, because distributors, by their nature, are not possessed of money to leverage. They, in the main, have time as their main leveraging resource.

A more fair analysis would compare the strengths and weaknesses of private ownership to those of public ownership.

You believe, without expressed attribution or foundation, that private owners with integrity are better. A serious question arises about how to verify the acumen and integrity of management and ownership in such companies. Financial statements of private companies are private, leaving one no way of knowing whether owners are being fairly compensated for their investment and risk, and no way of knowing whether management is really possessed of business acumen.

The other major weakness I see of private ownership is that an investor with acumen typically has an exit strategy. Even if not, a private majority owner is necessarily mortal, which, by itself, builds an irreparable crack into an otherwise firm company foundation.

I could go on, but you get the point. You’ve started down an intellectually honest road here. That is good. I hope your next edition provides a more balanced analysis of public versus private ownership. One will always have a preference, but one form of ownership, on balance, is not really better than the other.

Thank you again for a great product which delivers great value.

By the way, I think my company does pretty well measuring up to all 12 criteria.

Best wishes,

David L. Evans
Federal Way, WA
Recovering CPA and Recovering Attorney
Aspiring Professional Network Marketer


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