That is the whole purpose for those "experiences". Usually, it is designed to get people to start pio-sneering or to give up their nice job and do more. Sometimes it is to get people to give up huge amounts of resources for Jehovah.
The experiences are always embellished or outright fake. You sometimes hear about someone that is right out in the audience that "is getting baptized today" as a result of a person's work. Trouble is, it's impossible to actually verify. And, when I hear "Now I have been able to arrange my affairs so I can [privilege in Jehovah's service]", there is something missing. Usually, they don't say anything about the poverty and stagnation that pio-sneering provides. Or, the 18 hour days as a hounder, worrying himself sick because someone is missing the boasting sessions and masturbating.
Nor do you hear about anyone that made reasonable and prudent sacrifices, and got great blessings that they actually personally benefited from. I see no personal benefit from pio-sneering. Never do you hear "I had only to quit smoking and cut back on my drinking, and I was able to get a nice 6- or 7-figure income while still having a decent, regular share in service". Always the legendary sacrifices, and getting nothing for it except that they were able to help someone else.
Another thing I hear all too often is being strict on stupid things. You hear about people getting rid of all their "bad" songs. Or about the world listening to bad songs, and then acting them out. You also hear about stupid things on TV and videos. Trouble is, getting rid of the "bad" songs might cost more than just the loss of the music. You might also hear about holiday celebrations--people boasting about not eating certain foods because they are associated with Christmas or another holiday. And the biggest one--pio-sneering, always Jehovah this and Jehovah that. Again, it is not worth it. Better to "stumble" someone than to add stress to personal relationships.