You will be promised an extremely high pay at this company but let me give it to you straight.
I do believe in the product they sell but didn't feel good about the way they sold it. I was a lot less pushy than they were and skipped houses if their doors specifically requested no agents or soliciting. My typical work day involved going to the office for a business meeting, going to lunch, then going to an area to knock. It's billed as a typical 8 hour work day but that's not actually true, as any other place would have you show up on the site at the start of your work, not three hours earlier.
I worked there twice. The first time I only lasted two days. I was shadowing the first day, constantly hearing about the amazing money and being really into it, but the next day I fell apart. Me being introverted, I had an enormous amount of trouble talking to people I don't know, being rejected, going into their homes. It didn't seem right to me. I quit after going home.
Later in the month I went back determined to be better. I worked three days and every day I was better at what I was doing. That was a positive experience this job brought be. Talking to people, forming rapport, handling rejection. Here's the main problem: commission
If you don't make a sale, you make nothing. That's alright if it's easy to make at least one sale, but it isn't. You're constantly hitting hurdles when trying to make a sale, meaning that on days where you write 0, you've just worked a full day for free. I worked three full days for free before leaving again, apparently on the day I was supposed to be fired for not working hard enough, which puzzled me. I worked and worked, and got very close to signing multiple times before being pushed out the door. I felt my work wasn't appreciated and I wasn't making anything anyway.
To work here, you have to be pushy. Granted, I learned a lot. I learned about marketing, sales, and about the product they were selling. It was a good experience that, even though I was there such a short time, helped me grow as a person. It's just a shady profession, and people almost never respect you for being in it. You make money if you get lucky, that's the bottom line.
My coworkers were very nice to me and it was a fun experience talking to them on breaks, they were just vastly different from me and part of it had to do with the culture they were in. If you've ever seen The Wolf of Wall Street, that's the kind of culture I'm talking about. The manager especially, who I felt was hard to talk to and was going to fire me anyway.
I since started working at a Lush factory. Beautiful place, and I made more in one day than I did in three days at Greenlife. Bottom line, start your life with hourly wages. That way, you know you're getting a paycheck.