SMLR wrote:Mr. Jack and Miss Dani,
I had the opportunity to chat with Mr. Tom Mower, SR also. He is very open and forthright about all the circumstances of his conviction. In fact, the word "conviction" describes Mr. Tom Mower, SR. He is cut from a cloth not seen in several generations of our society, John Wayne, Ronald Regan, Thomas Jefferson were cut from this cloth. I have a lot of respect for Mr. Tom Mower, SR as most of the members here already know.
Sisel is destined to be one of the great MLM companies of this century. But It will take 12-20 years. The companies listed below are between 25-80 years old and I'll bet there are 1 or 2 that not many have heard of. They are the TOP 10 Companies in the world, ranked by income. Mr. Tom Mower, SR understands that greatness takes time, requires "owning and overseeing the manufacturing of company products" AND TAKING CARE OF HIS SALESPEOPLE, the distributor. So don't look for Sisel International to be in the TOP 10 in the short term, but I do believe we, will be in the Top 5 in 10-15 years.......and guess what I'll be in my late 20's or early 30's, enjoying residual income...and still in Sisel, God willing.
So where do you see your "main" MLM in the next 10, 20, 30 years? Remember Ross Perot's quote, "Measure Twice and Cut Once". How many times will you re-start a new "main" MLM business in the next 15 years?
I had the opportunity to chat with Mr. Tom Mower, SR also.
He is cut from a cloth not seen in several generations of our society, John Wayne, Ronald Regan, Thomas Jefferson were cut from this cloth.
RichardBerger wrote:Tax evasion would be the least of my worries when it comes to the Mowers.
MLMJack wrote:Sean, it this your first MLM?
SMLR wrote:RichardBerger wrote:Tax evasion would be the least of my worries when it comes to the Mowers.
@ Mr. Richard Berger - OK, I'll bite. What are your concerns about the Mowers?
I admire your loyalty. It is something rarely seen anymore. That along with the desire to help others and provide for your own financial freedom will carry you far in your career.
That being said , if you want to get involved with a company that requires buying no inventory and pays out 100% commissions paid daily, I would love to help.
Chris_Doyle wrote:I've been reading some of Sean's posts on here, remarkable maturity for one who is only 16. I was just wondering though, is there a minimum age to be a distributor in the USA? I'm pretty sure over here in the UK there is a minimum age of 18, just wondered if younger people could join MLM companies over in the States?
Mike_Michelozzi wrote: All they know are their own biases and you don't need theirs to tell you of yours.
SMLR wrote:@Mr. Mike - I'm still trying to digest the quote below, could you go in to a little more depth? It reminds me of how perplexed I was when I first heard and read the quote from Nicodemus in the Bible (John 3:4). I have always pondered how or from what point a view Nicodemus had ask that question. (From a child's point of view, as a skeptic, as a straight forward observation, satiricaly...
Sean, you seem to exhibit that same sincerity when asking questions on this forum.
( Although, I must admit some skepticism that you are only 16 based on the caliber of some of your posts. )
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