Admit it, it’s probably what you’re thinkingHm, if you think about it, someone trying to sell you their tomatoes at a flee market could be “scamming” you. The vendor could be telling you that you can make all sorts of awesome sauces and meals with his high quality tomatoes, but if you don’t know how to cook and aren’t willing to learn, then his tomatoes must be no good. Nobody here is taking your money against your will. You decide whether to join after getting informed.
Anything unfamiliar to us is automatically looked down on. I mean, I thought EN was a cult for the past four months before I finally went to the convention in Denver and met the successful people face to face and heard them speak (people around MY age, even).
No, you’re not guaranteed to make money because your success depends on what you do with what you’re give. This isn’t eaaaaasy money. You can head over to the “Nothing to Hide” page below to see the income disclosures.
I mentioned how transparent and honest Empower is, right? Here’s more proof of that right here in the following article from David Wood. He flat out tells you who is and who isn’t right for Empower, and he addresses all sorts of common objections. Take a peak, and tell me what you think. You can comment or show me love and send me an email.
Try not to laugh; his language is very amusing, and you wouldn’t expect a millionaire to use curse words.