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Date Posted: 20:58:06 03/16/05 Wed
Author: PECAS
Subject: UBF Expects Great Return on Small Investment

Introduction

It has been previously written that UBF leaders give a little to recruits and expect a lot in return from recruits. Letís start with an example. My chapter director has purchased some houses within the city. Presently, he does not make much from these houses. He is happy to receive rent sufficient to pay the mortgage and make some repairs. In fifteen to twenty years when the mortgages are paid, the rent will be mostly profit, income for my chapter director. He plans for the income to be much greater than the investment made on the property.
A UBF leader has the same attitude toward every recruit with whom he studies as my chapter director does toward his properties. The UBF leader will make an investment in the recruit with the hopes of yielding a great return. His investment in recruits includes 1:1 study, friendship, free meals, fellowship time UBF members and their families, transportation, and occasional gifts. His motive for this investment is that the recruit will be a loyal, obedient servant under him for the rest of his life. When viewing UBF leadersí investments broadly, it is quite small compared to what they expect to receive in return. The purpose of this thread is to discuss more specifically the great return UBF leaders expect from a comparatively small investment in their recruits.

Note: To avoid having one enormous post, each point will be divided into separate posts within this thread.

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