Start in an MLM Business for only 7300!!!

I got this article from Bro. Bo Sanchez, a bestselling author and one of the best financial speakers in the country.

This is the story.

One day, a man got lost walking in the desert. The next day, he was still lost. After two days under the scorching sun, he was very thirsty. All of a sudden, he saw a little wooden shed. He ran to it, thinking of only one thing—Water!

When he arrived there, he saw an old, rusty water pump sticking from the ground. He gripped the handle and began pumping like a mad man. But nothing came out. Disappointed, he stepped back and wondered how to make it work. Looking around, he saw a jug covered with dust. When he grabbed it, he saw a piece of paper stuck on it. The message read, “Open this jug and you’ll find water. Don’t drink it. Pour it instead on the pump. And you’ll have all the water you want.” He popped the cork.

True enough, the jug was filled with water. Lovely, thirst-quenching, water. Now imagine you’re that thirsty man.

For two whole days, you haven’t drunk water. Your mouth is so dry, your tongue is sticking to the roof of your mouth. You’re literally dying of thirst. And you’re now holding a jug full of water. But the message says that you should throw it away!

For a moment, your heart is torn. What if the message was a joke? A cruel prank? What if you poured the water on that rusty pump and nothing happened? But the man in our story chose to take the risk. He closed his eyes, took a deep breath, and poured the water.

He held the handle and pumped like crazy. A few seconds later, torrents of water gushed out. Indeed, he had more water than he could ever need! He drank to his heart’s content. He also found water containers to bring with him in his journey and filled them up to the brim. But before leaving the place, he filled the jug with water. And underneath the sign attached to it, he scribbled, “I tried it. Believe me, it works.”

You Have A Choice:

Drink Now Or Drink Forever

This is a great picture of why people are poor.

The money that you hold now, no matter how small, is like that jug of water. And you always have a choice: You can drink now or you can drink forever. You can have money now or have money forever. How? By investing. A lot of people don’t invest.

They spend whatever they have. I’ve met people who earn P10T a month or 50T a month or P500T a month—and they spend everything. (Yes, I’ve met a lot of high-income poor people!) That’s why their money pump remains dry. And they’ll remain poor forever. It really doesn’t matter how much people earn. What matters is how much they invest. Investment is a crazy decision. It’s as crazy as pouring that last jug of water into the pump.

Friends, you have money now.

It may be small but you have it. And you’re standing in front of a money pump.

• Traditional Business

• Multi Level Marketing

But today, I’d like to focus on the “MLM” money pump.

Not everyone can start a traditional business right away.

But almost everyone can invest in MLM.

Friends, you have a choice. Will you simply consume your little money? Or will you pour it into the money pump—so that it produces more money for you? I call this sowing in time of famine.

Don’t Wait For Better Times Before You Invest

For those who are openminded in MLM and wants to see the business, message me at 09176479969.

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8 Responses to “Start in an MLM Business for only 7300!!!”

  1. young billionaire says:

    bro, next time don’t used Bro. Bo Sanchez in your sc*mbag multi-leveling propaganda. kung sino lang naman ang nasa taas ang yumayaman. wag mo na rin poweran sarili mo dahil it won’t help you to sc*m any further. Bro. Bo Sanchez makes money on a righteous and spiritual way. and not using any method like “5 Fingers” etc. you know what i’m talking about you *ssh*les. its better to do traditional business rather than making money doing frauds like you f*cksh*t.


  2. just another guy says:

    young billionaire – i am no mlm guy, neither related to the author of this article. I also know, heard and read about bro. bo sanchez, if you rant on other people’s attitude using the name of a good author, you are somehow putting a dirt on his name.

    if you have rants against uno – just say it nicely, or even describe your experience with it, people is better off reading a worthwhile post than reading/caring about some childlike drama.

  3. Future Alpha Networker (hopefully) says:

    I love the story. Well, almost everyone is afraid to invest because they don’t know where to look in the market. There are risks, true, but almost everything now carry a significant risk. Winners faced many hurdles in life but they managed to beat their detractors. Why? They stay focused. They acted fast. They took their chances with life. Ever wonder why there is only a very small percentage of rich people in this country? or even worldwide?

    As for ‘young billionaire’, maybe a Ponzi/Pyramiding scam victimized you. As far as I can see, the article included the story as part of marketing effort. No harm done. If that is your attitude over things, you won’t become a billionaire.

    Share your rants properly, we would like to hear them out.

  4. Vic says:

    I heard a lot about UNO MLM. But I can’t say anything about them. You know I have not yet tried and tested it. So it’s better to be discreet than to talk without concrete bases. I just hope we, Filipinos will be successful in doing business. There are bad MLM businesses, but there are also good MLM businesses.

  5. coin says:

    and so it’s called MLM. i’ve heard about uno in the neighborhood. some young guys connected to it are in fact asking when can they possibly explain the details. i hope i could find time soon. to young billionare, kalma!

  6. rj adamos says:

    any1 interested? msg me..09176479969. thanks!

  7. I recently attended an Orientation conducted by UNO. Most of the attendees were college students. I think there were only three of us who were in our 30s and early 40s (except for a lady, also in her 40s, who the speakers introduced as their Head). What disappointed me was one speaker, an 18 yr. old lady, who was introduced as the top earner of their group. When one attendee said he doesn’t have P7400, this speaker said: “Wala din naman ako noon ah! Pero dahil gusto ko, ginawan ko ng paraan. Paano? Nangupit ako sa parents ko! Sinabi ko sa kanila na kailangan ko ng pera para sa field trip (sa school). It happened that she padded the amount she needed for a school field trip to produce the money. And she added: E ano naman ngayon? Nakabili na ako nitong iPod (pointing to the iPod she was holding), at P66,000 lang naman ang latest check ko. 18 lang ako … e ikaw Kuya, kaya mo yun?, pointing to a man who appears older than her.

    I have nothing against UNO, as I am not connected in any company doing Networking. But I think UNO needs to polish their rank. You need to train your speakers to be more courteous and be more responsible with every word they will say before they should be allowed to talk in front of people. Majority of those who were there were Youths. They may not be kids anymore, but we still have the responsibility to guide them to have the right values. I don’t know if that is their “style” because their Head was there but seemingly was “deadma”. If we want a better Philippines, let us not build a future generation who values money and materialism more than right attitudes and good deeds.

  8. the sad thing about most mlm guys out there, and actually even the old ones i met is that they lack “education” surely i can tell that many people got lucky enough, but sadly they ended up like when they first started, and some got worst! (sad) most of the time the un-educated networker got excited and started spreading the new business he learned with the wrong mindset, and eventually duplicating the wrong system, and leaving a negative tag on the network marketing.

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