Zac explains the Amway Sales and Marketing Plan

Follow Zac on his latest adventure as he explains the Amway Sales and Marketing Plan. © Copyright 2011 Amway of Australia. 46 Carrington Road, CASTLE HILL NS…
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Throbbing Gristle Convincing People

From their 1979 album 20 Jazz Funk Greats Lyrics: There’s never a way And there’s never a day To convince people You can play their game You can say their na…
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37 Comments

  • MarkHouckNews

    4 septiembre, 2013

    Great Video Zac!
    Thank You For Sharing!

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  • ReallyDig4theTruth

    5 septiembre, 2013

    very detailed and user friendly. excellent for the masses. well done!

  • saw030690

    5 septiembre, 2013

    New distributor from Malaysia.. Hi~

  • Genwoon Leong

    5 septiembre, 2013

    haha funny and great video!

  • HotPinkidy

    5 septiembre, 2013

    Well done, this video helped SOOOO much. 🙂

  • abbyj91209

    5 septiembre, 2013

    i love this video

  • rpisacone

    5 septiembre, 2013

    amway.c om/richardpisacone

  • Quise03

    5 septiembre, 2013

    I love this video!! This is an awesome explanation on how Amway works!! I’m sharing this!

  • Zodiac816

    5 septiembre, 2013

    what a great video!!!
    

  • 121drybone

    5 septiembre, 2013

    awesome my dad is a amway platinum,at first i hate amway but now i love it , it awesome

  • freerach2015

    5 septiembre, 2013

    Well done!! Brilliantly simple and informative. Love it!! Great job Zac!!

  • Linda Baird

    5 septiembre, 2013

    Good one!!

  • Icky Thump

    5 septiembre, 2013

    :D

  • remanufactureff

    5 septiembre, 2013

    that fuzz bass…

  • ThePaulwilsonart

    5 septiembre, 2013

    Love It

  • Spudboy41

    5 septiembre, 2013

    Best song on this album

  • Stefan Law

    5 septiembre, 2013

    madlib brought me here

  • Spyre220

    5 septiembre, 2013

    trying to…..convince people?

  • LuvMyLedZep

    5 septiembre, 2013

    There is no voice like his.

  • Barbie Chêtif

    5 septiembre, 2013

    for ever TG

  • LucidDream

    5 septiembre, 2013

    Convincing peeeeeeeeeeeeee-ople.

  • frncsvat

    5 septiembre, 2013

    and that is also btw, taking into account COUM Transmissions which yes, did use electronic sounds, but were purely avant garde, industrial music as it exists and was when it began was based off the sounds that were blended together in Sheffield in the 70s.

  • frncsvat

    5 septiembre, 2013

    yeah you ‘heard’ it. huh?…ok…well whoever (ahem) ‘told’ you that doesnt know shit.I see people say the same shit about Skinny Puppy.These people saying that shit see 1970’s and shit themselves..’WOW THAT WAS A LONG TIME AGO, I BET THAT WAS EARLIER THAN OTHERS WERE DOING IT’ ..bullshit. groups that were coming out of Sheffield earlier than these guys were already creating these sounds and using them on stage to audiences that would throw shit at them because they felt they were being cheated.

  • Melody Hanson

    5 septiembre, 2013

    there is a male body lying in front of the group on the cover of the album i have, it appears to be dead.

  • Rusty Shackleford

    5 septiembre, 2013

    This is one interesting group. I kind of have a love/hate relationship with them though because of the listen-ability. It’s most certainly an acquired taste.

  • NameNotAlreadyTaken2

    5 septiembre, 2013

    This music started convincing people just as soon as it was released

  • degradacja

    5 septiembre, 2013

    So people used to jump from the cliff behind them.

  • sausagerollnah

    5 septiembre, 2013

    20 Jazz Funk Greats came out in 1979

  • le blog jetable

    5 septiembre, 2013

    You may listen to Can,Kraftwerk,The Velvet Underground or Pierre Henry

  • JingleJoe

    5 septiembre, 2013

    hahaha I wonder how many people got fooled by that album cover?

  • Tim Peacock

    5 septiembre, 2013

    It reminds me (the track ) of Kraftwerk, and another song on this album more so (can’t remember, at present), is redolent of «Radioactivity.»

  • MagnitudePerson

    5 septiembre, 2013

    They invented the term ‘industrial music’ so yes.

    EBM (Kraftwerk, Front 242, Nitzer) has nothing to do with industrial btw, but there exists electro-industrial, which we have(or had..) skinny puppy, front line, informatik, numb, and such. These days people prefer to listen to simple-minded music, really annoying. selling out to Mainstream is simple. for simple people.

  • MagnitudePerson

    5 septiembre, 2013

    They don’t make music like this anymore. Truely great times in music, the 70s.

    A shame…

  • IncensePeppermints68

    5 septiembre, 2013

    these guys are creepy as fuck

  • BigKahunaShake

    5 septiembre, 2013

    anyone else kinda reminded of early talking heads? in the mannerisms and delivery of the lyrics, feels very david byrne-esque to me. good shit.

  • MichaelHansenFUN

    5 septiembre, 2013

    what patty hearse tape?

  • carlafierro7

    5 septiembre, 2013

    the best way to convince people is to POUND THEM OVER THE HEAD! ha ha