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One of the greatest challenges to face Corporate America in over 50 years is “what to do with Millennials?” Unlike network marketing, Corporate America has historically been slow to adapt to necessary changes and management styles to attract and retain the brightest and best as new generations enter the workforce. What many see as “problems”…

SCORE, America’s largest network of volunteer expert business mentors, has gathered statistics on millennial entrepreneurs, or “millennipreneurs.” They found that Millennials (individuals born between 1982 and 2000) lag behind previous generations in starting businesses, with only 4% reporting self-employment at age 30, compared to 5.3% of Gen-Xers and 6.8% of Baby Boomers. Here is a helpful…

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…

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Throughout history, the senior population tends to think each younger generation is “going to hell in a hand basket.” Today, these concerns seem to grow even louder, so “where’s the beef?” One common concern about the Millennial generation is that their values about work reflect a greater disconnect than we’re accustomed to seeing, and it could…

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In preparing our Sep/Oct 2016 issue we invited Millennial network marketing leaders to share their insights on our topic “Reinventing Network Marketing for the Next Generation.” Last week, we shared Rising Star Luke Hessler’s views about doing business “the Millennial way.” This week, we’re excited to bring you a new video by Luke’s mentor Rob…

Networking Times Millennial issue

Our theme for the upcoming Sep/Oct 2016 issue is “Reinventing Network Marketing for the Next Generation.” We invited close to 100 Millennials who are currently crushing it in Network Marketing to answer the following questions: How do we entice Millennials to embrace our profession and the opportunity it represents? What are Gen Y’s hot buttons that make them excellent…

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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…

Contributor: Jon Mertz Millennials are about to take over the role of leader in the 21st Century. The leaders of successful businesses and organizations will be Millennials who master and practice mindfulness in everything they do. Mindfulness has become the most important unifying principle in the stability and sustainability of the future. Mindfulness allows people…