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**** The picture to the left was one of my last days in the Army in 2010. My first network marketing company was Amway (known as Quixtar at the time).
What I love most about this industry is helping others, the personal development, the ability to be your own boss and call your own shots, working from a laptop anywhere in the world, and the residual income. I was 24 years old at the time and was serving as a First Lieutenant in the Army at Fort Carson, Colorado.
My experience in this industry is quite different than most people. At the time of updating this page (NOV 2016), I have been in the industry 14 YEARS.
I feel like I have just broken through the barrier and am finally making great strides. Let me start by telling you that I am NOT some gazillionaire.
Instead, we get fined and are put on a wait list to get a permit.
And there’s a lottery to get on the wait list, and there are over 2,000 people on it—and people can wait over a decade to actually get a permit.
I wasn’t really committed to ANY of those companies. I’d dabble with each company for three to nine months and then be off to the next shiny object. MY MISTAKES I’ve made more mistakes than most people in this industry.When I first left Mexico and came to America 20 years ago, I never imagined trying to create a good life for my family would be almost impossible—and punishable by law. My name is Guadalupe and I am a wife, mother, and mobile food vendor.I’ve worked jobs ranging from housekeeper to attendant at a dry cleaners.Being a mobile food vendor gives me the best of both worlds: I can provide for my family while being around them.
But a cap enacted in the 1980s limits the number of available food permits so vendors like me who want to earn an honest living simply can’t.New York City should be the heart in the land of opportunity, but instead, these caps limit opportunity for thousands every year.