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Is Comparison of two companies really unethical?

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Is Comparison of two companies really unethical?

Post by patilarpith on Fri Dec 26, 2008 12:16 pm

One of the hardest objections that I always faced while
giving plan is when the prospect used to tell me comparing two companies is unethical.

How I felt, all of the networkers who used to do this claim
where those who found it very hard to digest the truth or Who don’t have that
courage to face the change.

I used to ask them “Yes I totally agree in Network Marketing
we always have to follow the moral and ethics but who are you to tell comparison

Let me give an example where a person is not satisfied with
his present working conditions or pay quits his job in that company and joins a
new company.

It that unethical?

Comparison is very essential.

If you say ‘I am feeling great today’ means ‘I feeling
better than Yesterday’,

Comparison is every where and its a key factor which helps you
to take up a decision.

If you have 8 offer letters on your hand from different
companies what would you do?

It’s impossible to take up a decision without comparison.

That is what I am trying to do. Helping you to take up a
decision by showing you a clear picture, by practically showing you what is
best, not just saying this is best.

Even now if you think comparison is unethical then even
network marketing should be unethical and taking it up as a career also makes
you unethical.

I will tell you why!

You chose network marketing as your future because someone
compared your life to the life of a Networker.

Didn’t ethics come that time?

Yes ethics came but in a right manner to help you take up a

What is immoral or unethical about it?”

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