January 12, 2019

I don’t think anyone actually looks forward to criticism when they are on the receiving end. But we should to a certain extent. Giving constructive criticism helps us learn and grow. And on the flip side, the leader who looks forward to giving criticism makes me question their ability to lead.

It takes seven seconds to make a first impression, and what you choose to wear, make up a huge part of that impression. You have probably heard it many times before: “dress to success”. Indeed, this phrase gets repeated so often because it’s true. As you grow your own business, it is extremely important you make

As a network marketer, you’re always searching high and low for tools to improve your professional productivity, personal lifestyle and to reduce stress. Whether it’s a tool to manage your home-based business, communicate more efficiently with your team—or even something for your personal life

After years in the direct sales industry, I’ve realized what truly separates those who make 7 figures and those who make 5 figures, and it comes down to three traits. There are other traits contributing to that level of success, but if you want to make 7 figures and become part of the one-percenter known as the

I recently met with a colleague in the industry, a successful CEO for quite a while now. We came across the interesting topic of what the three most essential elements of running a successful network marketing company were. Believe it or not, they still hold true to this day — almost 6 decades later.

Are traditional advertising costs burning a hole in your company’s budget? It may be time to turn to a more affordable, yet effective alternative: social media. Businesses tend to overlook the value that social media has in various aspects from sales and marketing to customer service.

Voltaire said, “God gave us the gift of life; it is up to us to give ourselves the gift of living well.” Ever wish you could be someone other than who you are? Ever noticed someone dressed like a million bucks, driving a car you would die to own, had a swagger that tells the