Pigs Don’t Know Pigs Stink
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Today’s post is a little different. This is a tribute to the innovators of our industry and the creators of the original MLM systems that almost every successful MLM organization in the world has been based off of. They have the largest, most stable organizations in the history of our industry, and are more than three times the size of the next closest MLM giant.
That’s right my friends, business history was changed and inspired by none other than Amway.
(No, I’m not in Amway)…
…but I think that they’re pretty cool.
If you’re in the MLM industry and you don’t appreciate what Amway has done for our industry and Free Enterprise, it’s time to get educated and inspired by the most powerful ‘Dream Builders‘ in history.
When I was in my early 20′s, I got a hold of a tape series from the early 80′s called ‘Pigs Don’t Know Pigs Stink‘ that was done by an Amway distributor named Dave Severn. Ever since then, this has been my favorite audio I’ve ever listened to, and I’ve probably listened to it 200 times. When I built my first successful organization offline, I used to listen to this tape driving to every meeting I did for almost 2 years, just to get pumped.
I just popped it in the other day again, and decided it was time for the world to hear. This is going to probably be the only place you’ll ever find this, because I had to transfer it from a ratted out 1980′s audio tape to MP3… It’s about 3-4 hours, but you’ll be inspired to an entirely new level if you take the time to listen, because what Amway has done better than any company in the world has been to ‘Build the Dream’…
Listen In By Hitting The ‘Play’ Button Now. Enjoy:
I wanted to just take a minute to thank Dave Severn for producing one of the most inspirational audios that I’ve ever heard in my life. There were many times when the only thing that kept me inspired was listening to an old ratted out Amway tape on the way to someones home, and that’s what our industry is all about.
Speaking the dream.
Having a vision.
Is your dream BIG enough?
P.S. Be sure to leave your thoughts on this one and share it. I think it will open your mind a bit to what’s possible in our industry. Dave Severn has been living the dream in our industry since the early 80′s, and now has more than a half million people in his organization. What can you do?