Greetings, loyal readers! Welcome to another edition of WFG Wednesdays!
When something is too good to be true, it’s a natural reaction to be skeptical of it. It’s normal. As humans, we weigh the pros and cons of the information in front of us and we make decisions based on them.
Unlike a mouse who sees a delicious piece of free cheese on a trap, we can determine that it’s a deadly decision. But in life, it’s more than just cheese we have to deal with.
In recent years, I’ve been approached by friends and family to join their new businesses, including Quixtar, Amway, ACN, Legal Shield, Primerica, Herbalife, Melaluca, Ariix, USANA, to name several. Out of these, I joined USANA, which has health supplements, weight loss, energy and skin care. At the time, I was in peak shape and I believed this company was for me. To make a long story short, I did not make my initial investment back after some effort and started losing faith in the products, so I quit.
After that, I was skeptical of companies until… WFG. In the beginning, I was skeptical, but only before learning about this great company. In fact, many of my team members and even the really successful leaders in the company were once skeptical.
It’s easy to dismiss something that you know nothing about. It’s even easier to pass judgement when you search Google and you see nothing but negativity. But those who see for themselves the great opportunity at hand, they’ll see WFG is a legit company, backed by the Better Business Bureau.
Everyone in the business is familiar with people dodging and ducking their attempts for contact because skepticm is on high alert. But when they actually listen and learn the business and/or the products WFG provides, they wonder, “Why didn’t you tell me about this before?” Trust me, we’ve tried. Lol
So instead of being skeptical about something you know nothing about, take some time to learn before prejudging. That doesn’t only go for WFG, but for anything in life.