Look up that stats if you like. Almost any sales job, from insurance to real estate or new car sales, has a really high attrition rate. How high? In almost all sales jobs, more than 60% quit before they ever earn a single commission.
Given these facts, why do so many in MLM treat it like a sales business? Do you want to follow such a failed model? I don't.
I've said it before. MLM is a people business. More importantly, it's a coaching and mentoring business. You need the right coaching and mentoring so that you can go out and do the same for others. Find a good training system that stresses relationships, not sales, and you'll be on the right path.