Orrin Woodward tweeted today something that I’ve heard quite often before on stage:
No one can steal your dream. If it is lost, you surrendered it.
“The dream stealers are all around,” Britt told one Amway rally in 1989. “The question is, will you let someone steal your dream?”
The dream stealers, Britt says, include “broke-losers” with jobs who reject a distributor’s efforts to sponsor them as Amway distributors.
They are also the “wimps and weenies” who gave up on their Amway business and quit, as well as neighbors, relatives, co-workers or others who plant doubts in a distributor`s mind about his efforts.
“You cannot afford to listen to the naysayers,” Britt says.
“You send them to me and I’ll kick their butts … they need a kick, cause they’re destroying one of the greatest God-pleasing businesses in the history of the universe.”
The MLM kingpins can’t have it both ways, can they? They can’t say with one hand that no one can steal your dreams yet on the other hand say that critics are stealing your dreams, can they?