My first Amway event was the Amway Spring Leadership Function in 2002 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The event was located about five minutes from my apartment, so I didn’t have to travel very far.
The experience was electrifying. It was the first “motivational” seminar I ever attended, inside or outside of Amway.
I was 24-years old at the time and was a First Lieutenant in the Army at Fort Carson.
From that day forward I was sold on Quixtar as a legitimate business. I was pumped up and “all in.”
Up until that time, I had only been in the business about a month. I had already sponsored a couple people and even had one of my down-line distributors at the function with me. It was a Friday, Saturday and Sunday event.
Every speaker talked about how the system was responsible for their success.
What I enjoyed most about the event was the recognition. People got their name announced on the intercom and got to walk across stage. I found that fascinating.
In all, there were probably 8k to 10k people in attendance at the WWDB Amway Spring Leadership Event, maybe a few more.
The successful distributors got to sit on the ground floor, right next to the stage. They were treated like royalty. Everyone else sat in the regular stadium seating.
I sat in the nose bleed seats. I had to watch most of the event through the large television screen, but I was okay with it.
The only thing I found a little bit weird about the 2002 WWDB Amway Spring Leadership Function were the religious services.
I was not religious at the time and found it weird that they offered a church service during a business function.
All things aside, I was willing to overlook that because I enjoyed everything else.
You can read more about my Amway experience by checking out this link.
I’m not sure if World Wide Dream Builders still hold the annual “Spring Break Leadership” function, but I’d love to hear about your experiences at one of these events.
If you’ve ever been to one of Amway Spring Break Leadership functions with World Wide Dream Builders, Britt World Wide, or any other Amway line of sponsorship, please share your story by leaving a comment to this post.
Tell us when you went, where it was at, and what you learned from the experience.
I look forward to hearing from you. Have a great day.
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