in pursuit of success

The expectation of network marketing being an easy business may be attractive in theory but in practice, it will lead you astray. My experience in network marketing is no different than most distributors: we have all been beaten down by the darkness of discouragement, rejection, and disappointment, but we all found redemption in the light of…

millennials

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…

Contributor: Tony Escobar Network marketing is all about cooperation and healthy competition. As a distributor, your toughest opposition is you, and competing with yourself is an absolute must, especially if you want to experience growth, progress, and excellence. If you can triumph over your passions and conquer yourself, no one can ever distract you from…

Contributor : Tom “Big Al” Schreiter Network marketing success has three basic elements. 1. Attitude. While a positive attitude may not guarantee success, a negative attitude certainly guarantees failure. Most of us have a good enough attitude because we joined network marketing. We didn’t turn down this opportunity.

There are two kinds of network marketing couples. Either both spouses build the business together, or one spouse is the main business builder while the other spouse is more of the “support partner.” Usually, the support partner takes care of the family and home so that the “builder” can focus 100% on the business. While network…

Rob and Alina Rinato were working as massage therapists in Florida, on call 7 days a week and dreaming of a future with financial freedom and a lifestyle that fulfilled their dreams. In 2009 when one of Rob’s massage clients asked him to use her essential oils for the massage, they were intrigued by the…

Sarah Robbins Networking Times

Contributor: Sarah Robbins I’m a formerly shy kindergarten teacher by trade, who was living in one of the more depressed economic areas in the country. I had just moved, just gotten married, just gotten my brand new job as a kindergarten teacher. I was in my twenties and broke—like most of my friends. I loved…