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Before I even get started into the comparison, Life Leadership has a MAJOR GAME-OVER issue which is the fact that you earn money by selling training. This, in the MLM legal world is completely illegal. Please take a look at the Competition Bureau which speaks about MLM Plans versus Pyramid Schemes. This is the government of Canada website FYI.
In the above link, you will see this section inside:
An operator establishes an MLM plan promoting widgets. Participants have the option to purchase a training package at a price higher than the seller’s cost. After purchasing a training package, a new participant gains the right to sell training packages to new participants. Participants receive a monetary bonus each time they sell a training package to another participant.
This MLM plan appears to promote two products, widgets and training. Participants who choose to sell training are required to purchase training themselves, as a condition of participating in the training aspect of the plan and at a price higher than the seller’s cost. The requirement to purchase an above-cost training package before a participant can sell training packages is likely to raise an issue under paragraph 55.1(1)(b). In addition, the compensation paid for the training package and the associated right to receive compensation for recruiting and training new participants, who may in turn pay for the same right, is likely to raise an issue as a recruitment bonus under paragraph 55.1(1)(a). If the training package were sold at the seller’s cost, or participants were not required to purchase a training package in order to provide training, there would likely not be an issue under the Act.
In other words, you can’t sell training!
Also, here is another source:
Under point 8, it reads:
8. http://www.souravghosh.com/blog/direct-selling-mlm-network-marketing-legality/ If the business plan focuses on rewarding participants for recruiting rather than for selling products/services to the end customer, then it’s illegal. If any distributor makes money from things other than selling products/services (personally + group volume), then it’s illegal. Earning from event tickets, earning from selling training materials etc are illegal.
So even without getting started, the fact that the whole IDEA of Life Leadership is illegal is a GAME-OVER.
Other key points is that they have RANKS which is another GAME-OVER clause. For ranks, they have:
WOW, so why would one EVER choose to join a company and have to go through THAT many ranks just to earn the top income where as at GWT, you join as a Diamond and you earn the maximum right away.
Another game-over clause is notice to get to the top in LIFE Leadership, you have to build 20 teams simultaneously! At GWT, it’s only ever 2 legs. Would you want to build 20 or 2 teams? 2 is easier!!!!
All in all, this entire plan is based on people joining and there is no real stable form of residual income which is what you all want in life. GAME-OVER
And in addition, why would you ever pay for training? MLM companies should be doing training for FREE just like in Global Wealth Trade. We even have a training website with all the best training. Also, OurGWT has personal development as well too. 2015 and we have what’s called the internet and youtube. There are thousands of amazing personal development channels to go and watch… FOR FREE!!!!