Before I get started on this Kyani Review, I need to start with a little story.  You see, I've wanted to be an entrepreneur for years. Decades even.  Recently, I started making real money online with Local Lead Generation. I'm gonna tell you more about that towards the end of this Kyani Review. But before that, I tried and failed a lot of different times.  Believe me I've tried, and believe me I've FAILED. Bigtime. Over and over again.  Way back in junior high I decided I was gonna sell smoothies outside school.  I picked some fresh fruit from the local trees, made up a few recipes, and juiced them all up.  This was way before the health juice craze got really big, so I still attest that's the reason I failed. I was before my time, honest.  If only mine were this fresh.  I always had some good sales patter so drumming up business at the start was easy. I gave them cool names and shouted from the rooftops. Or from the sidewalk, in reality.  A couple of teachers got suspicious. I was worried the authorities were gonna SHUT ME DOWN.  But that's not why I failed. In the end those same teachers smirked and turned a blind eye. I think they were kinda impressed by the creativity that was on show. This was way back in the 90s so there weren't as many snowflakes around and people just kinda let you do things like this as long as nobody was getting harmed.   Some would say these were simpler times. But anyway. I'm not getting into THAT.  Trouble was, my smoothies were actually pretty disgusting.  The names were cool, the sales pitch was good. Great location too. But terrible products. Ouch.  That meant no repeat custom. A severe blow to any business.  THAT'S why my juice venture failed. The "authorities" needn't have worried.   I didn't last much longer than a week before I got bored and started thinking about the next get-rich-quick scheme.   Maybe I should have worked a bit harder on my original recipes. Or maybe I WAS just before my time. Who knows.  Anyway, why am I telling you this?  Kyani.  I know you're reading this because you banged in something like "kyani reviews" or "kyani scam" into Google.  When I saw this opportunity to sell health juices like this, it brought back fond memories. Maybe it was meant to be?  Only I'd also heard a few negative stories about this brand and business opportunity. Some people were even saying it was a pyramid scheme. And I'm not normally a fan of those.   So I decided to roll back the years and try to become a juice magnate once more. I jumped into Kyani as a business opportunity so I could write this review.  I'm gonna tell you whether it's something you should get involved in, or if it really IS something you should be...