However, in the process he has ruled in some cases out of fear and intimidation.
As a former executive of a successful network marketing company I fully understand the strategic partnership that must be forged between the distributor and the company.
And in the last few days I have written about how EGO’s, both distributors and company executives can get in the way of the good of the profession.
But, this new Idaho law really takes the cake, and causes one to ponder if distributor’s are truly “INDEPENDENT” or are they “Statutory Employees.” If the IRS decides that Independent MLM Distributors are really some type of employee of the company, we could see a huge change in the entrepreneurial spirit of this great profession.
And if you would like to see a little more on how Frank has branched out into multiple streams of income you can check out his business holdings.
Blackfoot, KSSL(AM), KFTZ(FM) and KTHK(FM) Idaho Falls, Idaho
PRICE: $13.5 million
BUYER: Riverbend Communications LLC
(Frank L. Vandersloot, manager); owns no other stations
SELLER: Bonneville International
Seems to me, if the owner of Melaleuca can be in multiple streams of income, then he should allow his distributors to do the same.
I would love to hear some comments on this post.
Never Give Up,