The income model of the company I worked for was that the member had to buy product monthly to have opportunity to earn money. For example, I buy product so that I can earn an income. Buying the product is one one month and the income is based on my sales the next month. The amount of income is contingent on: how many of the people I've signed up (if I have signed up any) buy product and how much of it they buy; how many people they signed up buy product and how much of it and so on down the member tree; and, lastly, how many new people I persuade to buy products and how much of it they buy.
This model is different than traditional retail, which is different than the free market because traditional retail -- as most sizable businesses for the past 100 years but probably for the past 200 years -- originated in a centralized economy. So, I should say "traditional" retail even though its operation is the free market mostly. Again, its operation is free market mostly, but its origin, where and how it was created, is not. And, really, businesses of decent size, ones that have persisted the past 50 to 100 years, persist because the people who head the businesses are people who comprehend abstraction and conceptualization, which I think drive business. Whether those people know centralization by that word, they recognize that condition, therefore they know what to do to support their businesses. For them, all that's involved is plugging in reality: Go search for X, put it to work. Simple as that, especially for Big Business, the international boys.
As for me, once I reclaim my health, my life will change drastically and for the better, much better. I will lift myself up from the doldrums easily once I'm healthy. I'll follow the path I charted. Restoring my health is far away yet in arm's reach. If I meet someone who does a certain procedure and that person does it to me, I will be well soon afterward.
School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me
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