Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Do you want a C6 Corvette and a F430 Ferrari?

So you think Triple Diamond would be nice but you've thought it really wasn't worth your effort for only millions of dollars and a percentage of the total company revenue. Now that Triple Diamonds are getting more common, Doc and Steve threw a new log on the fire. How about really pushing yourself and earning a brand new C6 Corvette or busting the envelope and earning, any color of your choice, a brand new F430 Ferrari. Can you smell that never been sat in car smell mixed with the leather and raw speed. Can't you just feel the wind in your hair. Be careful don't get a ticket. Ha Ha. This isn't for everyone but it is for the cream of the crop. By the way if you prefer a station wagon or a Hummer or cash, it's up to you!

Up till now Youngevity has only made available car bonus money, up to $1000 a month. That's still available, of course, along with a huge compensation plan for each aquired level, but now this is added to the plan, if you qualify, they will slap the keys down on the counter in Chula Vista and send you home with the title to a fabulous car. Read the rules and fine print on the company site.

If you ask me is it worth it? I would have to say that for those with big dreams, alone it probably isn't a big enough incentive. Some incentives are about the people. Don't get me wrong, it's an incredible opportunity, but think of all the people who's lives you will touch in order to drive away in those cars; people that maybe don't have it in them to aspire to something so great, people that believe they will never drive more than a paid for, beat up, old, barely alive car, that gets them to a job that over uses them, for not nearly enough money to live on. Because of that leader, they are inspired and have hope. They improve the lives of their family and they become inspirations to others. Those kind of dreams and passions make a Vette or a Ferrari pale by comparison. Don't get me wrong the people with the drive deserve the best because they don't do it alone. They can't do it alone. They drag people along, kicking and screaming to prosperity. It takes a team and believe me, when that leader drives off in that car, their team will be at the curb cheering them on. Those people at the curb know that the inspiration and the leadership and the coaching paid for that car and it was their team who benefited. Now when you add that to the value of the cars, it is a "HUGE INCENTIVE." Way to go Doc and Steve, we love you!

Have a great day! Wes

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