I have spent hours researching the founder of Day 1, Mark Seyforth. He has an incredible amount of talent and seems to have a hand in several very profitable businesses. One thing I noticed in my searching was that there was not any negative things said about him.
From my research, I have concluded that Mark Seyforth has the biggest heart in business that I have ever seen. Believe me, I was trying to find a flaw and failed. He has created Day 1 with the goal of helping others. Charities are the ones that will profit the most from Day 1’s success!
Every Consumer for Charity (C4C) chooses a charity to donate to from their commission check, typically 1% – 10%. Mark has set it up so Day 1 will match the donation! The impact this is going to make for non profits is mind blowing!
Society is getting colder. More and more people and animals are suffering. Our purpose is to care for the creatures of this planet, ourselves included. Mark has provided the United States with a very powerful tool that can create the change that is so desperately needed as long as we use it! We are a very powerful country, however, we need to turn that power into compassion.
I am proud to say that I am a Consumer for Charity. I am doing my part to make a difference and set an example of love and compassion! I embrace my purpose in this world!
One person can make a difference, but many people can make a change.
When you ask a child what they want to be when the grow up you may get answers like…
I wanted to be a marine biologist. Somewhere along the course of our lives we change. Some decided to become something else and some suffer the loss of all their dreams. Often when we dream big, we find ourselves surrounded by skeptics. We have all heard their pessimistic statements…
“You will never make it”
“That sounds impossible”
“Don’t set yourself up for failure” etc…
It’s hard to keep your dream alive when it seems no one believes in you. We are social creatures and often look to others for approval. It is a hard thing to do, but you MUST learn to believe in yourself. Only you know what you are capable of achieving.
The following is by Randy Gage, a top earner in our industry.
“Lots of people today talking dismissively of dreamers. But dreamers are the ones who find cures, solve problems, and create new things. Dreamers are the ones who change the world…
Once you create your dream, speak it out loud. But only to those who will support you in the attainment of it. Others will try to use it against you, so don’t give them the opportunity.
Your dream needs to be as big as you are. Find a dream so bold, so compelling, so intoxicating – it pulls you toward it. Then you’ll never need to be motivated again.”
I have seen a lot of ads for these businesses. You can easily tell which ones they are with a little research. The most popular seems to be the one where new members pay a “membership” fee directly to their sponsor to access training material. Sounds good right? Only at first.
I started searching for info on MLMs vs Pyramid Schemes. These are just some of the differences I have found between the two.
In a MLM, the goal is to sell goods or services to consumers.
In a Pyramid Scheme, the goal is to recruit new members.
In a MLM, profits are generated by the sales of goods or services to consumers.
In a Pyramid Scheme, profits are generated by recruiting new members.
Start Up Cost…
In an MLM, there is little or no cost to get started.
In a Pyramid Scheme, members pay recurring “membership” fees to access “educational,” “advertising,” or “training” materials that can be found for free somewhere else.
After learning what I have, the question is are businesses like these “technically” legal or are they just flying under the radar of the Federal Trade Commission.
My recommendation is to look where the profits come from. Legit money is made from sales of a product to consumers. If you are involved in a company that does NOT offer its products WITHOUT enrolling, you may be in a pyramid scheme.
Like I said before, I am a newbee to the internet marketing industry. I used to have the mindset that ALL MLMs are bad until I started really learning the industry. A big thanks to you, Joachim! 😉
You can’t go anywhere on the web without seeing an ad for the latest and greatest home business. You can purchase every kind of marketing means from email addresses to ads on Facebook. Not to mention all the deals for post cards, business cards, flyers, and other promotional items. With so much to “buy” how is anyone making money? They aren’t!
Naturally, after all this time and effort, people assume that there must be something wrong with the business. Don’t get me wrong. There are a lot of so called “businesses” that have simply found a loophole in the laws so “technically” they are legal. There are good ones out there! You just have to learn HOW to work them to be successful.
I have been very fortunate to find a business that is unique and great, however, for the most part, the people that have chosen to join me are not strangers. I have made the time to talk to them. I have let them know who I am not just what my business is. I am connecting with people.
The real success lies in branding yourself. Make yourself stand out! How are you different? Embrace who you are! Let people know you. Build trust. Become the hunted NOT the hunter.
We are all normal people trying to live. We all have hopes, dreams, families, and interests. Be yourself. There are so many businesses great businesses but YOU are truly unique! A one of a kind!
My next post will be an indepth look at those “technically” legal businesses I mentioned. They seem to be really popular right now. Scary!