The first thing to do is to establish clearly the relationship between you and the company.
Elsewhere on this site, where I talk about roles and responsibilities, I touch on this same issue and encourage you to distance yourself from the company.
You should consider the company and the opportunity that they offer to be nothing more than a vehicle for your success. And that vehicle needs to be robust and roadworthy.
Use your head to make a sober analysis of the options open to you and make your decision based on good business reasons.
Avoid shiny objects. There will always be other opportunities to look at. Ignore them. If you have done your homework and found a biz that satifies the criteria below then you can be confident that it is worth sticking with as a vehicle to grow your wealth.
Attract people to you, build an email list and learn how to use it properly. If something unforseen happens and your biz op folds, you will still have a loyal following for your next venture!
Always consider how others perceive you and always strive to maintain the highest standards. Never put your reputation at stake or you could lose everything.