Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Thrive Le-vel 30 Day Review: Day 27 ~ Realizations and Epiphanies

Thrive Le-vel Review: Day 27 ~ Realizations and Epiphanies

Its funny how my thoughts about this product has changed over the course of 27 days. I started this review thinking I was going to find the "key" - the simple thing that was causing the weight loss in these people that they could do without a pill or patch. At first, I thought it was the water intake that aided in the weight loss. Then, I decided it was an introduction of a breakfast that many people skip. Next, I decided it was a combination of the two. Truly, I would be amiss, if I said that those things didn't help; they do. But there's more. I can't explain the changes that I've seen within myself, except for the introduction of this product in my everyday life.

I've had more energy.
I haven't been experiencing my normal carb cravings.
I've felt fuller, faster.
Compared to a month ago, my mood and emotions have been in check and level.
My pants are looser.
My tummy is smaller.

What's that old saying; you can't teach an old dog new tricks? Well, this "old dog" has learned a few new things, but no tricks.

Le-vel has dispelled my preconceived notions about MLMs. This is not the same old MLMs that we grew up running away from. It seems that this company has taken an old, abused business model and molded, and reshaped into the new 21st century way of building a business. With no brick and mortar buildings to drain profits, they promote their brand by having their customers become sellers; brilliant! If you love and believe in a product, you're going to tell all your friends. If you're going to tell everyone about it, you may as well make money doing it. (Wish I had stock in Magic Erasers.) And, with the use of the Internet, information and orders are streamlined.

With this month's review, drawing to an end, I can't help but wonder about a few things.
First, how many other people are just like me, and refuse to give Thrive a try, because of it being a MLM? Next, How many people are turned off by the expense of trying it? Finally, how many people are avoiding their friends and family because they feel they will be "pressured" into buying something? Those are all things that Le-vel will have to address with training or promoting.

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