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The amount of information we currently get in one day is more than we have received in the last one hundred years. With this speed of change, products are getting obsolete the day they get launched and knowledge is obsolete within 2 to 3 years. The phrase “the only constant is change” has become cliché….

I was first introduced to network marketing 12 years ago through my mum, when I was still in college. Today, she is a successful leader with a major wellness and lifestyle company that is growing fast in Africa. Back then she was relatively new to the profession. I didn’t understand it fully, but I was…

gift giving

That gift-giving season is here again. Giving gifts is one of the best parts of the holiday season.  But, it can also be expensive. Whether you’re buying for friends and family or for business associates, there is a good chance you may be able to deduct some gifts as a legitimate business expense. There are…

elena webinar

Have people ever told you “You‘re too sensitive“ or to “Toughen up“? Do you feel and think about things deeply, have strong empathy for others, as well as a pronounced sensitivity to stimuli and a sharp intuition? Perhaps you belong to the 20% of the human population that is HSP (Highly Sensitive Person). My dear…

purpose

Thanks to the Internet and mobile devices, anyone today can reach a global audience and build their business like never before. Welcome to the 21st Century of Entrepreneurship! Social media is our social playground in this virtual global community. Here are some tips for building with intention in this new and expanded marketplace. 1- Get Visible Think of your profile…

africa

A few years ago, we invited network marketing leaders to articulate their vision for how they see our profession and business model evolving in the coming years. Their unanimous excitement about the future was based on some obvious factors, including: The evolution from a home-based model to a completely mobile business anyone can conduct from anywhere…

millennials

None of Us Has Any Idea What the Hell We’re Doing, But We’re Doing It Anyway When I was 19, I was offered a position as composition instructor at a university. To my dad, a musicologist and college professor, this must have seemed a dream come true. What more wonderful career opportunity for a budding…