Amway North America has a new Business Opportunity Brochure (BOB) out and it has some new statistics on average incomes.
One interesting thing is that the percentage of all IBOs reaching these levels has also increased –
That’s a great improvement in rates of achievement. It means that for every 222 IBOs, at least one (“sapphires” are missing from the statistics) is Q12 platinum or higher. What does this mean?
Let’s put it in context –
- from the TEAM vs Quixtar lawsuit that about half of IBOs aren’t doing anything (even ordering)
- from the BOB Amway says 54% aren’t “active”, which you can be categorised as by buying enough stuff to get a bonus, going to one meeting, or asking one person if they want to buy something.
So just by being “active” and do something, anything, your odds of being part of a group earning over $55K/yr are about 1 in 102.
- We also know from statistics such as Network 21’s “Vital Signs” and BWW and WWDB “parameters” that at any given time fewer than 1 in 10 IBOs or so are exposing the business and products to even 10 or 15 people in a month. It’s safe to say the people who reach Q12 Platinum and above are part of this group
So just by doing that for one month, your odds of being part of a group earning over $55K/yr are about better than 1 in 22.
What do you think your odds would be if you exposed the business and products to 15 people a month, every month, for say, 6 months in a row? Or 12 months?