Well after several years on the sidelines, I have jumped back into the MLM game. Having fun again, dusting off the rust, and rocking the residual income, which is the main reason I jumped back in. That and finding a company with a no nonsense policy guide so my organization won’t be ripped away from […]Continue Reading...
Last night as I was winding down after the soccer team I coach had their latest victory, you know checking email on my laptop while my wife watched TV… and out of the blue a full blown advertisement for Amway.Â This was a corporate ad that highlighted all of their brands: Quixtar, Nutralite, etc. building […]Continue Reading...
In 1970, Alvin Toffler’s book “Future Shock” predicted a world in which technology evolved so quickly society was stunned, unable to adjust, succumbing to “shattering stress and disorientation”. A decade later, John Naisbitt took a less cataclysmic look, focused on the next decade, with “Megatrends – Ten New Directions Transforming Our Lives”; he updated that […]Continue Reading...
Thank goodness I started my network marketing business a few years ago, well before I needed to.Â My background is electronics engineering, and did very well with that career for 25 years, but the entire electronics industry is hyper competitive and most growth is currently happening in Asia. Like many people, my job disappeared in […]Continue Reading...
Building a successful MLM business takes commitment and persistence, but also a blueprint to follow. Here is a cheat sheet of the top 44 tips to keep you on track. Start with written goals and plans! Don’t wait for everything to be exactly right to start. IT NEVER WILL! Start now, with whatever you have. […]Continue Reading...
Warning! 97.3% of everyone who starts an MLM business with the intent of making money from home, never succeed. It’s a sad but simple truth that doesn’t get talked about that much in the network marketing industry. Why is that? Why do so many fail in the greatest industry in the country? What causes the […]Continue Reading...
I found this interesting, so thought I’d post it here for your review. The End of Delusional Capitalism Mark Yarnell, the author of Random House Bestseller, “Your First Year In Network Marketing,” believes that North Americans have less than ten years to acquire wealth. He spotlights what he calls “The End of Delusional Capitalism,” and […]Continue Reading...