TEAM EORO Approach… Same Old Approach
Orrin Woodward has a new post on his site titled Anaheim Seminar – Each One Reach One Explosion! in which he is excited over the attendance at a recent Southern California seminar. Note how Woodward places such emphasis on bringing new people in.
This is what happens when groups get extra tickets and promote to the new depth that is built. Activity leads to depth, depth leads to numbers, and numbers leads to long lasting volume!
I remember my upline leaders were always promoting the next function, saying things like, “Missing this function will set your business back six months!” or “Attending the next function will lay the groundwork for incredible growth!” Looks like nothing has changed.
The only thing this EORO approach is doing is bringing in more money into Woodward’s TEAM coffers. How much were tickets anyhow? If people were to get something substantive out of the seminar, maybe it would be worth the entrance fee. Just motivation, however? No, thank you. Sure, they might pay lip service on how to sell MonaVie, but really, how hard is it to sell a single product? At least with the Amway/Quixtar business, you could make the argument that you need some training in order to sell the thousands of products available to them, but with MonaVie there’s really only one thing to sell!
Of course, MonaVie distributors need lots of motivation to sell the $40 juice… to themselves. How much of MonaVie is actually retailed to non-distributors anyway? Is it anything like that of Amway/Quixtar core-line products? To me, it looks like TEAM is “teaching” a variant of the Buy From Yourself And Teach Others To Do The Same (BFYATODS) model, and we all know how well that works.