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You are a Director. You must have at least 2000 PV (Point Value) to maintain this rank after being qualified. Volume is the only requirement to be a Director.

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1 You are a Director. You must have at least 2000 PV (Point Value) to maintain this rank after being qualified. Volume is the only requirement to be a Director. Rank beyond Director is based on two factors: 1.Number of first level Directors under you. 2.Business Group Volume (BGV) for Sr. Coordinator and above. Business Group Volume is the sum total of all the volume purchased by you and all downline Directors up to four levels deep. This will become clear in the following charts but if you have questions, be sure to ask us about them. The illustrations on the following pages assume that you and all downline Directors, down to four levels, do only 2000 PV. You

2 You are a Coordinator because you have developed one first level Director. No Business Group Volume (BGV) is required. Average Coordinator Income in 2005 was $21,600. As a Coordinator, you are paid 7% on any first level Directors. You are paid 5% on any Directors that your first level has developed. They are your second level Directors. You are not required to have any second level Directors to be a Coordinator but this is to illustrate how you would be paid. This is your 5 th level Director. You never get bonus or BGV (Business GroupVolume) beyond 4 levels, but 5 th level Directors provide insurance in case anyone drops out. PV from 3 rd and 4 th levels will help qualify you for Sr. Coordinator once you have two first level Directors, but you do not get paid bonus on that volume until you qualify as a Sr. Director. You

3 You are a Sr. Coordinator because you have developed two first level Directors and have BGV. Average Sr. Coordinator Income in 2005 was $40,300. You The 15,000 BGV that is required comes from all Directors in your group up to 4 levels down. As a Sr. Coordinator, you are paid 7%on any first level Directors. You are now paid 6% on directors that your first level has developed (your second levels). PV from 3 rd and 4 th levels counts toward your 15,000 BGV requirement, but you do not get paid on that volume until you qualify as an Executive or Key Coordinator. Remember, we are assuming that everyone is only doing the minimum of 2000 PV. This is your 5 th level Director. You never get bonus or BGV (Business Group Volume) beyond 4 levels, but 5 th level directors provide insurance in case anyone drops out.

4 YouYou are an Executive Coordinator because you have developed three first level Directors, and have a total of at least 25,000 BGV. Average Executive Coordinator Income in 2005 was $69,100. The 25,000 BGV that is required comes from all Directors in your group up to 4 levels down. You are paid on three levels of volume but all four levels of BGV are counted toward your 25,000. As an Executive Coordinator, you are paid 7% on your first level Directors, 6% on second level directors, and you now get 4% on any third level Directors PV from 4 th levels will counts toward your 25,000 BGV requirement, but you do not get paid on that volume until you qualify as a Key Coordinator. Remember, we are assuming that everyone is only doing the minimum of 2000 PV. This is your 5 th level Director. You never get bonus or BGV (Business Group Volume) beyond 4 levels, but 5 th level directors provide insurance in case anyone drops out.

5 This is your 5 th level Director. You never get bonus or BGV (Business GroupVolume) beyond 4 levels, but he is insurance in case anyone drops out. You You are a Key Coordinator because you have developed four first level Directors, and have a total of at least 50,000 BGV. Average Key Coordinator Income in 2005 was $106,200. The 50,000 BGV that is required comes from all Directors in your group up to 4 levels down. You are now paid on all four levels of volume and all four levels of BGV are counted toward your 50,000. As a Key Coordinator, you are paid 7%on your first level Directors, 6% on second level Directors, and now 5% on any third level Directors,and 3% on all fourth level Directors. This is your 5 th level of Directors. You never get bonus or BGV (Business Group Volume) beyond 4 levels, but 5 th level directors provide insurance in case anyone drops out.

6 YouYou are a Master Coordinator because you have developed six first level Directors, and have a total of at least 100,000 BGV. Assume that each director including yourself is now doing 3000 PV. If the average PV is higher, you need fewer people to reach each level of BGV... if lower you need more downline Directors. Average Master Coordinator Income in 2005 was $282,400. The 100,000 BGV that is required comes from all Directors in your group up to 4 levels down. All four levels of BGV are counted toward your 100,000 BGV As a Master Coordinator, you are paid 7%on your first level Directors, 6% on second level Directors, 5% on any third level Directors,and now 4% on all fourth level Directors. These are your 5 th level of Directors. You never get bonus or BGV on (Business Group Volume) beyond 4 levels, but the 5 th level directors provide insurance in case anyone drops out.


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