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Study Proves 85% Succeed In 2 Years If They Do One Thing.

But If They Do NOT Do That One Thing ... 96% FAIL Within 2 Years

What Is That One Thing?

About 10 years ago there was a statistical study done on autoship programs in network marketing. The bottom line statistics of that study were related to autoship and retention rates. What they showed was that about 92% of the people who signed up on an autoship program when they became distributors were still on autoship, and roughly 85% of those people were earning commission checks.

On the other side of the coin, about 96% of the people who did not sign up on the autoship program when they became distributors had left their company before the end of the 2-year period. To us, this proves the clear and vital advantages to autoship programs, both for a company and you.

Warning:

  1. If you go on autoship when you sign up, then you'll have an 85% chance of earning regular commission checks within 2 years.
  2. If you sign up people in your downline on autoship, then 92% if them will stay with you for at least 2 years.
  3. And, if you don't sign up on autoship, then you have a 96% chance of quitting within 2 years and, therefore, not earning commissions.

Autoship=Income Bottom Line:

"You can sign up on autoship and have an 85% chance to succeed within 2 years, or you can sign up without autoship and give yourself a 96% chance to fail within 2 years ... it's your choice."

Autoship is absolutely critical to your success and I urge you to take advantage of this wonderful success tool that Young Living Essential Oil offers you!




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