life lessons from dogs

As business professors, we have the opportunity of working with talented professionals in different organizations. In our conversations, it is not uncommon for people to share personal and professional struggles in maintaining life balance. These individuals report that they are spread so thin that they are losing touch with their personal priorities, families, health and…

go for no for network marketing

Richard Fenton, Andrea Waltz and Ray Higdon are excited to announce the publication of Go for No! for Network Marketing.  A little lengthier than the original fable, the new book takes the “go for no” philosophies and expands them into greater detail along with Ray’s expertise on the topics. Plus, there are 17 “Go for…

collaboration

Everyone knows the concept of “flow,” the supreme and most rewarding form of concentration that is popularly referred to as feeling “in the zone,” “in the groove,” and “centered.” When scientists studying “flow” expanded their research from individuals to groups, they were fascinated by some of their discoveries; despite its strong association with sports and recreation, flow is actually three…

romi-neustadt-book

Former corporate chick-turned network marketing success story, Romi Neustadt (also featured on the cover of our “Limited Edition” Nov/Dec 2016 issue) has a new book and it’s topped two Amazon bestseller lists since its release last month. In Get Over Your Damn Self: The No-BS Guide to Building a Life-Changing Business, Romi offers the same…

Since 1979, network marketing has pretty much been my life. When I was first introduced to this profession, I knew nothing about it except vague rumors. Today I see it as the most powerful vehicle available to everyday people for transforming lives. What other career path gives you an active network of friends, time freedom,…

Name Tag

What usually happens at a networking event? You show up feeling excited and overly confident about your conversational opportunities like you’re Johnny Carson or Jimmy Fallon. But then you walk in and you get a nametag… You look around the room, desperate to make eye contact with someone you know, in the following order of importance:…

storytelling

  (Excerpted from Storytelling Secrets for Successful Speeches by Mark Davis) We captivate the audience when we tell a personal story. They are getting an insight which can be intimate and emotional. It brings them to a private world and they feel respectful and privileged to be listening. Telling our own stories is the easiest. They are…

don't be that guy

We all know “That Guy”—the one who just got started in network marketing and talks too much, tries too hard, spams you on social media. Adam & Michelle Carey are a successful network marketing couple who, like many of us, had to learn a few lessons about network marketing etiquette the hard way. They’ve written…

When the wave of change hits—and it always has and always will—you can choose to cower down and let it crush you, or you can embrace the new circumstances, learn from them, and ride the wave to a more positive future. My book The Shark and the Goldfish tells the story of a pampered goldfish…