Developing Art of True Leadership by Paul Morris

I am often asked the question, “What makes a person a leader?” My answer is that it is as simple as learning the ABC’s of leadership. The entire alphabet is one huge acronym for all of the characteristics of great leadership….

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Paul Morris

Paul Morris

Paul Morris is a top network marketer and trainer who has been building marketing organizations for the last 47 years.He is known as the mentor’s mentor.He is a former Amway Executive Diamond and has been #1 in the nation with several network marketing companies.Paul has used the principles taught in this lesson to build several organizations to in excess of fifty and one hundred thousand distributors. One organization was approaching one half million distributor/customers. Paul has held monthly volumes in his downline organization alone in excess of 15 million dollars per month.Many people ‘practice what they preach,’ but it is said of Paul, that Paul ‘preaches what he practices’ and has practiced his entire life.Paul can be reached at 954 818-0665 or via email at paulmorrisfl@yahoo.com www.paulmorris.com Paul’s hobby is growing organic vegetables in his own back yard. He encourages people to “grow what they eat, and eat what they grow.”On the social/spiritual side of life Paul has spent much of his free time in Scouting, Jail and Prison Ministry and other outreach ministries.He is happily married and the father of three children and has six grandchildren. Whether it is a group of 14 in a living room or a crowd of 14,000 in an auditorium, Paul is sure to have them laughing, crying, and ultimately motivated and inspired to become all that they are capable of becoming.Paul’s philosophy is that success in this industry is not measured by the dollars you earned but rather by the lives you have touched and influenced in a positive way.
Paul Morris