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Personal Development

Distributors join MLM and direct selling companies for a range of reasons. Many people join a company to develop personally. Distributors want to learn how to run a business, to set and complete goals, and to be effective as a public speaker.

  • October 2, 2013

    The MLM/Relationship Marketing Affair

    The word, relationship, is thrown out in broad sweeping motions all around the business community: relationship marketing, business-to-business relationships, customer relationship management, brand relationship. What is this relationship thing so many people are attempting to capitalize on in our lives? ... Read more ›

  • August 17, 2012

    Give Yourself a Happy Face!

    Better than the Beatles? When I was a kid, every Sunday we'd pile into the car and make the long drive to visit the grandparents. Being the youngest, I always had to sit in the middle, but even worse was having to listen to a crackly Norman Vincent Peale. Happiness Psychology may be all over the place ... Read more ›

  • January 10, 2011

    The Strangest Secret

    In 1957, Earl Nightingale, speaker, author and co founder of the Nightingale-Conant Corporation, recorded his classic motivational record "The Strangest Secret." "The Strangest Secret" sold over one million copies and made history in the recording industry by being honored as the first gold record for the spo... Read more ›

  • December 9, 2010

    Achieving Self Mastery To Reach Your Dreams

      Mastery comes from confidence. Confidence comes from experience. Experience comes from practice. Practice comes from commitment. And commitment comes from vision. Please read that last paragraph again. Then do the arithmetic backward and you have a roadmap to success. And notice that it all start... Read more ›

  • September 24, 2010

    How’s My Driving?

    I’m sure you have noticed the question, “How’s My Driving?” plus a telephone number on the rear bumpers of large trucks, buses or even commercial pickup trucks and vans. I’ve wondered if maybe the drivers of those rigs really need to know they’re doing a good job. Once I actually called one of ... Read more ›