What is… Network Marketing? – John David Mann
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What Is This Thing Called Network Marketing?
This audio presentation gives a compelling overview of what network marketing is all about and puts its best foot forward, including strong quotes from the likes of Kiyosaki, Bach, Pilzer and others. Based on the Prologue to the industry best-seller The Zen of MLM.
John David Mann
18.37 minute downloadable Mp3
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“From what I’ve been able to see these past twenty-one years, network marketing is an opportunity to do three things: to make a decent living; to make a good life; and to create a legacy worth leaving.”
Today we do more than dream. The way we describe success in the network marketing of 2010 has been shaped by The Millionaire Next Door, the Latte Factor® and…
The hundreds of thousands of serious networkers sincerely and sanely pursuing a reasonable goal of replacement income and financial stability.
Goodbye get rich quick, hello get smart now.
Meanwhile, as we’ve matured, the world around us has changed. The corporate model of financial security has crumbled away. Two generations ago, going to work for a company was “security”; working for yourself from your home was “risky.”
Today, it’s gone clear the other way around.
In 2004, the Small Business Administration told President Bush that small business accounts for more than half the nation’s economic output and employs more than half the country’s non-governmental employees— and that more than half of those small businesses are home-based businesses. And that figure has increased since then.
Warren Buffet, the “oracle of Omaha” and famed billionaire stock market expert, turned heads on Wall Street in 2002 when he bought a network marketing company. Actually, he doesn’t own one direct selling company—he owns three. (And has been quoted, speaking about one of them, as saying, “It’s the best investment I’ve ever made.”)
Network marketing today is a $100 billion concern worldwide (some $30 billion of it in the U.S.).
Right now, as you read these words, there are about 70,000 people around the world who are not network marketers— and by this same time tomorrow they will be.
The DSA’s Neil Offen projects that over the next ten years, more than 200 million people worldwide will join our industry.
Paul Zane Pilzer projects that over those same ten years, the US economy will create ten million new millionaires—and that many of them will be created in network marketing.
And it goes beyond statistics and figures.
Ten years ago, most people you’d talk to about network marketing either knew nothing about it, or knew someone who’d had a negative experience. Today, most people you’ll talk to about network marketing know of someone who’s had a positive experience. We’re less apologetic and more sensible. We have a track record, and we’re getting much, much better at what we do.
I appreciate you.
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