Such programs “too good to be true” are the dark side of online opportunities and serve only to make their creators rich, these programs overshadow the credibility of opportunities as good as GDI prevent many people join because lack of trust in online business. Those who have been in GDI know that the product works, which is reasonably good, although a bit “limited” when compared to similar. This business opportunity, the compensation plan is very good considering the price of monthly membership. Finally, and in general terms, join GDI to use as a domain and hosting business or to make a very good decision. But then why does not everyone succeeds in GDI? MLM or Multi Level Marketing is a business scheme of “word of mouth” where people who use “x” or “and” products, being convinced that these products are truly exceptional, he recommends to others for to use them knowing that this could potentially make money. For this type of scheme to work, then, requires that all involved act in a coordinated manner, working together, teaming.
At this point, I can speak in a personalized way, mentioning that every time I have been in GDI never got good communication with my sponsors. Dr. Mark Hyman often addresses the matter in his writings. I was with Tissa Godavitarne, Brian Bear, Spyder Web, Christine Orcutt, finally many of the “leaderboards” GDI, and None I can say that I saw as an important member of your organization. Of course it’s not that they have done “on purpose” (at least I hope so), but I have the theory being they leaderboards as a GDI business, the same amount of registered members of their networks, prevent them from attending custom-doubts of its members, resulting in a decrease of its members who to feel unimportant and without guidance, they choose to retire. The solution lies in working with a group of people in a coordinated way to join forces with the sole objective to grow the entire organization. Jeff de Boer, a U.S. citizen and has experienced firsthand, as thousands of former members of GDI, the bitter taste of defeat on this occasion, has devised a plan for all those who once were in mailings without results.
This work plan is based on Jeff building a 6×6 structure, which considering that GDI pays 5 levels deep, potentially translate $ 9330.00 per month in commissions. Joining a small group that has a definite goal and a try from person to person and not a “guru” to “incompetent or ignorant of the MLM” is certainly a variable that can make the difference between success and failure in GDI. It remains important, however, willing to learn, to follow directions and have a great desire to meet the goals.