Amway Double Diamond John Belle Crowe Leaves BWW to Start the UR Association
John and Jennie Belle Crowe are legends in the Amway business. They live in Virginia. They joined the company in 1973 and reached Diamond in just five years. Since then, they’ve gone on to build a large Amway business that spans the globe. Their downline has tens of thousands of distributors in many different countries. More importantly, they’ve helped many of these folks achieve success with Amway. As you can tell, they are dynamic leaders, motivators and trainers.
After spending many years associated with Britt World Wide, John Crowe and several of his successful downline Diamonds decided to form their own training system. In 2007, Amway Founders Double Diamond John Belle Crowe founded the UR Association. This is an Amway Motivational Organization.
The purpose of the UR Association is to teach, train and motivate Amway distributors within its line of sponsorship. The system provides CDs, books, websites, motivational materials, business support materials, and seminars to its distributors.
Some of the successful "Diamond" distributors include John Sestina, Rex Renfrow, David Dussalt, and Jack Spencer. One cool thing about John Crowe is that their daughter and son-in-law are Diamonds in their Amway business (David and Kristen Dussalt). When I initially visited the Amway Wiki site, I found 7 total Diamonds associated with the UR Association. As of today, there are even more.
One of the major controversies with the UR Association (and many other Amway Motivational Organizations) is the tool money. It’s a proven fact that many of the successful distributors earn a large portion of their income from the tool money, rather than from Amway itself. If you search online, you will find that most of the complaints are from the system, and not Amway.
While the UR Association System isn’t perfect, it does provide value. You will receive training on entrepreneurship, leadership, communication and marketing. You will learn the importance of mentorship, association, goal setting and so much more. And the knowledge you will learn will help you achieve success in any type of business. But plugging into the system is no guarantee of success with Amway. Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide whether or not you want to participate in the system (UR Association).
Although the organization is fairly new, they've already achieved some impressive success. I'm trying to get feedback from some of my website visitors about your experiences with the UR Association. For instance, how are the tools? What types of seminars and functions do you participate in? What type of success have you achieved? What do you like and dislike about the system? If you feel like sharing your thoughts, just make a comment to this post. I look forward to hearing from you.