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    • 1.

      Omigawd, What Did I Just Say?!


      by Kim Klaver - 2006-12-03
      Have you ever been surprised when you're telling about the business, and suddenly the other person asks you, "Is this one of those things?" Or "Is this a pyramid?"Did you know it's probably something ...
    • 2.

      We Haven't Used Those People Up Yet...


      by Kim Klaver - 2006-12-03
      "The challenge of success in the network marketing world is not about 'how do I change the worldview of people who are biased against me?' it's 'how do I find the people who are biased for me?' becaus...
    • 3.

      Find The Bug And Start A Revolution


      by Kim Klaver - 2006-12-03
      In the delightful "Idea book" Fredrik Haren has a page called:Find the bug:Identify what irritates you.He describes how the inventor of Linux, the world class computer operating system, came to develo...
    • 4.

      How To Get Happy At Harvard: 6 Tips


      by Kim Klaver - 2006-12-03
      Robert Scoble, a top blogger trying to get happy by not hanging out with people who are unhappy and who make him unhappy, learned that the most popular course at Harvard University this semester is: "...
    • 5.

      I Never Really Realized Our Opportunity Is Not The Only One...


      by Kim Klaver - 2006-12-03
      "I learned a thing or two about some new great products, too." That's from Connelly after he buddied up with someone from another company to do calls to prospects.Cindi reports on her experience:"I (I...
    • 6.

      You Can Either Be Cheapest Or The Best...


      by Kim Klaver - 2007-01-28
      Item 8 on Hugh's list the other day...He adds "I know which one I'd rather be."Which one would you rather be?How do you see yourself with your product or business?A walking mini-WalMart or a walking m...
    • 7.

      Is The Business Really For You?


      by Kim Klaver - 2007-01-28
      The path to personal and financial success is never straightforward, no matter how easy the people selling either one make it look.Network marketing's no different. It's not an easy path. And most cer...
    • 8.

      I Want My Self-esteem Back.


      by Kim Klaver - 2007-02-01
      "I want to get my self-esteem back. I have done a real good job of beating myself up, I want to take what I need, ignore the hype, and stop listening to the big hitter hype..." Joanne T. Doing network...
    • 9.

      Do You Tell This Whopper When You Recruit People?


      by Kim Klaver - 2007-02-02
      One of my students got this call last week."Hello is this Steve?"Yes."I understand you might be open to making extra money from home. Is that right?"Yes, I might be. What do you have?"If I could show ...
    • 10.

      The Skeptical Market Recruiter...


      by Kim Klaver - 2007-02-02
      If you think recruiting is harder today, it is.The marketplace is a much more skeptical place than it was even 5 years ago. And it's not just us.The sheer deluge of screaming ads everywhere is one rea...