What is World Wide Dream Builders and why are many people talking about it? I must admit that the name is super attention-grabbing plus it is one of the hottest topics right now so, naturally, I got curious.
I sniffed around to find out what it is. I searched online and read about varying opinions and experiences from those who joined and invested their money, time, and effort in this organization. And what I am about to share with you is explosive. It might help you if you are thinking of joining this group.
Are you ready for what I am about to tell you?
What is World Wide Dream Builders (WWDB)?
First off, what can you think about upon hearing the name? I know, right? It sounds and feels like the organization is affiliated with Disney or maybe a fusion of different charitable organizations.
It sounds so promising. It makes you feel like anyone and everyone within that organization will welcome you with open arms and shower you with all the love and the care in the world. But is it really the case? Let’s find out later on.
Anyhow, World Wide Dream Builders (WWDB) is the biggest Amway motivational platform there is. This group will teach you the how-tos and the ins-and-outs of the business.
They will mold you into a winner so that you can effectively and successfully sell Amway merchandise and invite distributors. In a nutshell, they will teach you all the skills you need to learn to be the best professional network marketer there is.
Additionally, it is like the movie Inception – a dream within a dream. Have you watched that? WWDB is an MLM within an MLM (Amway). Mind-boggling, right?
History of World Wide Dream Builders
Ron Puryear and wife Georgia joined Amway in 1972 and became “Diamond” level distributors in just four years. For those who don’t know, Diamond level distributors are top-caliber dealers.
In other words, those who belong to that level are superstars… and to achieve that standing in a short amount of time is just record-breaking.
Ron and Georgia Puryear were the authority in selling and recruiting downlines. The good thing is that they want to share their knowledge through training so others can reach the Diamond level as well.
After meeting with fellow high ranking Amway distributor Bill Britt, the couple started World Wide Dream Builders. And the rest, as they say, is history.
Today, the group has reportedly helped 500 distributors reach Diamond level – which is honestly astounding if you ask me.
So why are people referring to them as the World Wide Dream Builders scam? Let’s proceed to the next section of this post.
How Does World Wide Dream Builders Work?
To join, you need less than $100 per year to be an Amway Independent Business Owner (IBO). You will also need to pay monthly fee for premiere membership worth $49.95, CommuniKate worth $36.95, and standing order CD or digital download costing $25 to officially join the organization. When you add all those figures together, you get about $112. Yes, you need to pay $112 PER MONTH.
It doesn’t stop there. You will also need to spend on seminars, functions, and additional tools that, when you compute them altogether, will cost you more than $4000 PER YEAR.
It’s really not that bad considering that startups need to shell out as much as $30,000. However, there are two problems that consistently bug people when it comes to this: (1) recruitment of family, peers, and even total strangers to join you, and (2) the unfailing gentle nudging to go and shoulder all the expenses for functions and materials.
My Opinion About WWDB
Let us set aside the horrors of recruitment for now (because we all know how that goes) and focus on the second issue mentioned above – going to and paying for events.
My take on this is that if you want to be successful, you need to surround yourself with like-minded people. You need to be with a group that wants to become the best version of themselves. This can be done online or through different kinds of gatherings.
BUT there is a huge difference between feeding off vibrant and positive energy from mentors from being brainwashed by a cult-ish group. Unfortunately, many people gravitate towards the latter.
Why so? Your recruiter or upline will ask you to commit to daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, and volume habits. These habits include listening to the materials every day, reading recommended books, weekly communication with the mentor, attending monthly and yearly functions, and so much more.
Mind you, these habits will take a lot of time and commitment (they even suggested that you secure a list of reliable babysitters). For this reason, many shy away and become disinterested in continuing.
To be fair, I think the group just wants to imbue habits and routines to practice making their new recruits successful. This is okay, but it is just too much for many people.
Why again? You will need to attend ALL events, buy ALL tools, direct ALL your free time, and spend ALL of your money on anything and everything related to the World Wide Dream Builders. This is to stay in your upline’s favor. So at the end of the day, you will be left with more debts than before.
I am not lying. You can read this, this, and this to understand what I am talking about. I feel like this can give us honest insider account of the WWDB experience.
However, these are just a few of the many experiences you can read online. Not everyone will go through the same scenario.
What you need to ask yourself now is this: how committed are you? Or can you make that commitment? How much time and money are you willing to put in to climb to the top? Because getting to the top requires more time and effort than in any 9 to 5 job.
If you want to succeed, you should be more than willing to invest a LOT of EVERYTHING with Amway and the World Wide Dream Builders. Also, you should not only believe in their values and mission, but also convince others about that as well.
It will be ugly, bloody, and stressful. But if you think that you can do it, you might be earning massive residual income for the years to come.
But the chances are slim to NONE. Sorry to be the one to tell you that.
Amway and World Wide Dream Builders might not be SCAMway (hahaha I just can’t stop myself from inserting it) because they have been existing for 60 years and they are here to stay.
It’s your choice now. Do you want to be a part of the World Wide Dream Builders or find another way to earn money?
If you want to find another (no MLM) way to make money, read about affiliate marketing and Making Money Online with Wealthy Affiliate.
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