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DubLi Compensation Plan And Human Nature

August 18, 2009

My new illustrated compensation plan PDF is posted at – it’s the document on the top-right (the direct link is

This is NOT that hard. It’s a lot of heavy lifting, but it’s not complicated:  5 lines of 500 reps (2500 total), with 200 of those 500 specifically slotted in the 5 x 3 x 3 x 3 matrix.  (In the new PDF above, I graphically illustrated that, so it’s easy to visualize.)  You can even talk about 5 lines of 200 reps (1000 total), since that’s how many slots we actually need to fill, and then mention there will be several hundred people in excess of the 200 for each of the 5 lines.

Here’s the best news:  ANYONE can find 5 people to hit this hard in plenty of time to get the $1 Million bonus.  In fact, over the next four months, through the end of 2009, many of us will position 5 new reps who will each hit SVP in 2010, taking a year to roll out their 5 lines of 500 reps.

When someone reaches SVP quickly in the near future, many others will think it’s POSSIBLE, and that will mark the opening of the flood gates.  It’s human nature:  if someone else does something, others begin thinking they can do it, too.  The best example is the story of men conquering the 4-minute mile:

  • 1954 (May 6):  Roger Bannister breaks the 4-minute mile (3 min 59.4 sec.).   Never done before in history!
  • 1954:  Within 46 days of Bannister’s breakthrough, John Landy surpassed the record with a 3:57.9 in Finland.
  • 1957:  By the end of 1957, 16 runners had logged sub-4-minute miles.
  • 1990:  Steve Scott has run the most sub-four-minute miles:  136.
  • 1994:  40 years later, Irish runner Eamonn Coghlan became the first man over age 40 to run a sub-4-minute mile.
  • 1997:  Daniel Komen of Kenya ran 2 miles in less than 8 minutes.

Numerous DubLi reps will conquer the SVP mountain – why not be one of them?  Join us on the adventure to dramatically change your life!

Study the DubLi compensation plan and map out your strategy to climb to SVP over the next 16 months.

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