Results Approach Failure Rate:

In the Results Approach System when you have a business builder she will place the standard Results Approach recommended $2,500 order. At the time of purchase this is not consumable volume but business builder volume or potential consumable volume. Now some will say, “But I or they will move it.” Are you sure? What do the numbers say? What do the statistics reveal about the percentage of Kits that are moved as compared to those Kits that are not moved? You can’t say with confidence that they will move it unless you know the numbers!

I have sat through hundreds of Arbonne Opportunity meetings and trainings and I often hear it stated that only three percent of the population will do what is necessary, and do what is necessary long enough, to build a successful business. As a coach who works with elite athletes from age 8 to the collegiate level I know this to be true. So if this is true, then it is possible that a significant number of those who sign up to do the business will not do what is necessary and/or will not do what is necessary long enough to succeed. In other words, no matter how good their intentions are, some will not move the Results Kits from potential to actual consumable volume.

So what are the numbers? From the statistics we have collected on three NVP’s and three RVP’s the rate of failure ranges from 50% to as high as 80%. This should not be surprising if we accept the fact that only three percent of the population will do what is necessary to succeed.

But here is something that is surprising. Our research also found the following:

  1. The failure rate is higher among those who used the Results Approach System compared to the Group Presentation System.
  2. There is a correlation between the quantity of Results Approach Volume in a Network and the rate of failure in that network.

Cause of Failure in Results Approach Systems:

Why? What is going on? Very simply this – the more volume there is in Results Kits, the more volume you have that is “potential consumable volume”.  And the more “potential consumable volume” there is in a network, the greater quantity of volume there is that will be at risk of not being converted into “actual consumable volume”.

If this potential volume is not converted to actual consumable volume there is no possibility of reorders, which means there is no possibility of residual income.

In addition we found that the less consumable volume there is, the less residual income you have and thus the more volume you have that could be a one-time purchase. This scenario always increases the potential for failure in that portion of the network where it resides.

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