Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Building Quixtar with BWW Part 1

Greetings everyone,

The next series of posts will be a brief analysis of the little book ‘BWW Basics’ (BBAS) which teaches new IBO’s how to build their new Quixtar Affiliated business. This post will cover the Introduction, and following weeks will contain the four chapters: Training & Support System, The Basics, Creating Volume, The Eagle Program.

Summary of the Introduction

Your upline is looking forward to helping you succeed in your BWW affiliated business. BWW has over 30 years of success in helping people develop successful businesses. They even say, “We want to make sure that you have the answers to all your questions.

The system makes teaching materials available nationwide, so that people at distance teams can learn what it takes to build a successful business. BWW should be used as a store: you should take what you want from it, and leave behind what you don’t want.

If you desire financial independence through a business that can produce a six-figure income, then you’ll want to use the BWW support system. They say that you should have at least 12 growing legs, and to be using the complete BWW system and create new habits of doing the ‘four basics’: work, listen, associate, change your buying habits.

Analysis

Since this is the introduction section, I will not go into the specifics, just tell you what kind of information you will find out through this series.

Although there are some ‘better’ and ‘worse’ uplines, most of them will only help you if you are plugged into the BWW system in it’s entirety. Obviously, they will make exceptions for people that are in what would be referred to as the ‘Honeymoon Period’, namely being a person who is up to 6 months - 1 year.

Although they say that they will answer all your questions, that is pretty far from the reality. I will pull out exact quotes from EDC’s in BWW who teach ‘not to worry about it, just show more plans’ when confronted with questions. There are also a lot of round about refutations to objections that never really answer legitimate questions.

The store concept is a very good thing, and if that is what was taught, it would be a good thing. The reality is that many people teach that if you want to be successful, you have to take full advantage of the BWW support system, some even teaching to go beyond that calling the Standing Order program ‘Minimum Wage’. Some leaders teach on tapes that if you are not fully plugged into the system, they will not even help you.

I will try to figure out what is behind the very vague basics ‘work’, ‘listen’, and ‘associate’. I think that ‘changing your buying habits’ is pretty self explanatory.

Chapter 1
Chapter 2.1
Chapter 2.2
Chapter 2.3
Chapter 2.4
Chapter 3
Chapter 4


1 Comments:

Blogger Another said...

Keep It up friend. :)

Christ be with you.

Wed Jan 25, 05:05:00 AM GMT-5  

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