Of course, unless you happen to be a "clueless simpleton," it's obvious that such world does NOT exist.
"As a Collaborator, you agree to expose your Circle of Influence to VOMI's Internal Providers License solution however you deem fit. You are ONLY expected to expose them to the solution (a link to the solution will suffice) and must also advise them to contact VOMI directly from its website if they have any questions or need any additional information on how to proceed. That is all!
"You will NOT attempt to provide any sales or technical support nor will you try to sell the solution or engage in any sort of sales meetings, teleconferences, videoconferences, Powerpoint presentations, business negotiations, passing out business cards, etc. In turn, VOMI agrees to fulfill the terms of the VOMI Internal Providers License with all organizations who have been referred to VOMI by the members of your Circle of Influence. That is all!"
(Please don't laugh. I assure you I am not trying to be a comedian! This is the sort of insanity one encounters on social media.)
- Question #1. What exactly is so darned difficult to grasp about the information regarding the Official Global Ambassador position; the strategy included in the article on how to contact your colleagues (people who know you on a first-name basis); and the "very specific and tight restrictions" that VOMI Global Think Tank imposes on an Official Global Ambassador in order to make absolutely sure that they do NOT mislead or give others the illusion or impression that they are acting as employees or sales executives or agents or independent contractors of VOMI or VOMI Global Think Tank?
- Question #2. Even if I were a complete idiot and wanted to just give away money for the hell of it, on what basis would I offer any sort of compensation to anyone who merely claims to have sent an email to a number of their contacts?
- Question #3. How can I offer compensation to anyone when (a) I do NOT have any control over that person, (b) I have absolutely NO IDEA if that person has a list of my prospective clients, (c) I do NOT want that person to engage in any SALES activities - not even to follow up on any email sent to a friend or colleague, (d) I have made it abundantly clear to that person that even if a colleague or friend turns out to be a prospective client and contacts YOU for additional information, YOU are forbidden to engage in any sort of discussions or correspondence with YOUR OWN FRIEND or COLLEAGUE and must tell them to contact VOMI directly from its website?
As I have stated in writing and in words on numerous occasions, I do NOT want any Ambassador to engage in sales activities. The only people who are allowed to engage in SALES activities are VOMI personnel. Why is that so damn difficult to understand?
- Question #4. Does sharing the link for a solution with a friend or colleague :: and telling him expressly NOT to contact you in any way, shape or form regarding the solution and to deal with the company directly :: amount to a "sales effort" - thus deserving of some sort of compensation?
I just don't see the sales effort. In fact, if I were to find out that an Ambassador was engaging in any kind of sales effort, that would be considered a material breach of the Official Global Ambassador Agreement and thus subject to immediate termination of the Agreement. ZERO TOLERANCE.
The point being, if anyone who shows an interest in the Official Global Ambassador position is really looking for a JOB, then this position is NOT IT. That person would need to find another source.
It's a matter of principles. There is no need to play games or engage in any sort of bait-and-switch, moronic and other deceptive practices. That goes against everything that we stand for.
- Question #5. How can YOU tell in advance whether or not your friend or colleague will even click on the link provided in your email in order to learn more about the solution?
- Question #6. How can VOMI Global Think Tank tell in advance whether or not your friend or colleague will even click on the link provided in your email in order to learn more about the solution?
- Question #7. How can VOMI (Virtual Organization Management Institute) tell in advance whether or not your friend or colleague will even click on the link provided in your email in order to learn more about the solution?
- Question #8. Other than yourself, how can ANYBODY know whether or not YOU even took the time to send the simple announcement email to your friend or colleague in order to let him know that you are now an Official Global Ambassador?
Especially when you are not given any quotas or Key Performance Indicators.
Especially when VOMI doesn't care to know, doesn't want to know, and refuses to accept any copy of any personal correspondence that you have sent to anyone. We have NO right to request access to any email that you send to anyone, including to your friends and colleagues.
As I have stated and written on numerous occasions, THIS IS NOT A JOB. There is NO commission. Commission implies that you are engaging in SALES activities - something which is totally forbidden.
The only time VOMI will know that YOU had sent an email announcement to a friend or colleague, that's when VOMI receives an inquiry regarding that specific Internal Providers License directly from its website and the prospective Client clearly states to VOMI that YOU are the referral source.
Even then, what if the organization does NOT purchase the license in accordance with our terms, then how will VOMI or VOMI Global Think Tank be able to provide any sort of compensation for a sale that never took place?
(To be completely transparent with you, please note that anything short of an epiphany means that you are out of your league and the Official Global Ambassador position is NOT for you.)
If, by some miracle or providence, you were able to read and understand the content of this article, then I invite you to proceed where you left off .
Let Us Manifest!