Pastor Jayson, is it okay to invest for a direct selling business like AIM Global (they sell food supplements)? They’ve produced 600+ million in just 6 years. I wonder if it’s too risky or not.
Like all companies, there are good networking companies and there are bad networking companies. Whenever you make a decision in joining one, use the metaphor of a 4-Legged Horse. A horse with three legs can’t walk, much more if it has only one. It needs four legs to walk and run. Here it is:
1) Company. Is the company reputable? Does the leadership’s values align with your personal values?
2) Product. Will you buy the products even without the business opportunity?
3) Marketing Plan. How much does the company pay out in percentage of the sales? Is it too big that there might be danger of overpaying or is it too small that they are not giving enough to their distributors?
4) System. What benefits will you get even if you don’t earn? (Trainings, Relationships, etc) How do they sell and market the company and their products?