Cover_2011_July Ours is a business built on relationships. Relationships require at least two parties, not just you.

The better you build your relationships the better your business becomes.

Let us know how your relationships have effected your business.

Aim high!

George Madiou

Features

Put Some Z.I.P. Into Your Relationships by Chris Widener

Three things you can do – and begin to do immediately – to improve any and all of your relationships. Relationships are really what make the world go ’round, aren’t they? I mean, good, positive, healthy and meaningful relationships provide us with the richest experiences we have here on this old...Read More »

You Build Relationships with Team Members NOT Prospects! by Dale Calvert

Prospecting and recruiting is a numbers game! PERIOD! You are looking for the right person at the right time in their life. Trying to build relationships to recruit members on your team is a recipe for disaster. Please don’t misunderstand what I am saying. Team building is all about building relationships, but...Read More »

Relationship – The Root Secret of Success in Network Marketing? by David Feinstein

Once you can show that you’re a person, that you truly CARE about your prospects success, and that you can be trusted, you’ve already won 99% of the battle. While there are few businesses that can succeed without the power of relationship… it’s likely that there is no success without relationship...Read More »

Network Marketing Relationships – It Starts With a Simple HELLO by Terri Levine

There is a lot of power in one little “hello” – try unleashing it on your world and watch your list of contacts grow. For many network marketers, the hardest part of their business is their people relationships, either finding new people to meet, establishing a relationship with new people they...Read More »

He's a Typical Salesman by Zig Zigler

Professional sales people forego short-term gain for long-term relationships “He’s a typical salesman”… I’m certain you’ve heard that phrase used many times. Almost without exception it refers to an outgoing, personable, gregarious individual who is a veritable chatterbox. In reality, that stereotype no longer fits the sales profession, if it ever...Read More »

Does It Really Start With Hello? by Barbara Pellegrino

There is a whopping 55%- 93% that a person will “pick up” about you at an intuitive, energetic or emotional level. Does it really start with Hello? Logically you would say yes of course, as Hello, Hi , Hola, Ola, Bon Jour, Buenas Dias and a multitude of other greetings are...Read More »

The Power of Personal Authenticity by Richard Brooke

The path of personal development is a path of authenticity. Authenticity is simply rediscovering and liberating our core values. Have you ever seen the little children in undeveloped, impoverished countries on the news? Notice how happy they seem, unless they are starving or sick (which many of them are). Have you...Read More »

How To Become A Networking Relationship Building Guru! by Sue Seward

Network Marketing has always been a people business. It’s all about people and what they want. Making connections is extremely important and here’s why as well as some of the ways to become a networking relationship building guru! It’s possible for anyone to do it! The question is does everyone actually...Read More »

A Road Less Traveled by Russ McNeil

Go out and encourage someone else to take the “right” path, the road less traveled. It truly will make all the difference. And it truly does all start with “hello.”  There’s no denying it. This industry is based on relationships. You have relationships with the members of the team you...Read More »

Relationships Start With Hello and a Smile! by RS Mallory

Next time you lock eyes with someone in the gas station, at the back of the meeting room, in the restaurant or the Opera, smile and let YOU shine through Whether your eyes meet from across a crowded room or at an unplanned, synchronistic place or event, it all starts with...Read More »

The Emotional Intelligence of Sales... by Kirsty Spraggon

Closing the sale & traditional selling techniques are a thing of the past. The way to success in the future is through understanding how to connect and ‘open relationships’ for life through using your emotional intelligence Starting out in sales some 17 years ago, I realize now that the content on...Read More »

Hello! – Your Business Relationships Start With a Smile by Deb Bixler

Of course it is true that you must open communication in order to develop relationships but even before you say hello… Of course it is true that you must open communication in order to develop relationships but even before you say hello your ability to connect starts with a smile! There...Read More »

Relationship, Friendship, Partnership & Leadership by John Milton Fogg

Network Marketing is all about Personal Growth, because it is a Shipping & Receiving business. It’s Relationshipping, Friendshipping, Partnershipping and Leadershipping, and when you do those well and rightly, you Receive (amongst many other things) a check. The better you are at all that “shipping” I’m on a jag… a tear…...Read More »

Stop Puking on People by Rod Nichols

If you approach your warm market or even someone in the cold market with your business, without determining whether they really have a need, then you’ve missed the mark. Probably the biggest mistake people make in network marketing is talking too much. They join a company, find out about the products/services and...Read More »

Creating Relationships, Creating Momentum by Direct Selling Women's Alliance (DSWA)

It is important for us as entrepreneurs to create that reason for someone to enter our lives and begin a long-lasting relationship. Throughout our careers and over the course of our lifetime, we will create many relationships. People will enter our lives for a reason, a season and sometimes, a lifetime....Read More »

Hello! by Julie Ziglar Norman

Any style of developing new friendships works wonderfully well as long as you are sincere in your intentions. Are you the go-getter with your hand outstretched, reaching for new friendships any and everywhere you can find them? Or, do you hang back, watch, size things up, and then carefully select the...Read More »

Articles

Inside Out Embrace Uncertainty by Steve Dailey

How you handle uncertainty in life – like every other moment in life – a choice. One of the toughest things for some of us to get used to is not knowing what is going to happen next. It seems the older we get the more clear it is that our...Read More »

Arthur's Corner by Arthur Tugman

Mighty Monthly Musings When circumstances aren’t going your way then square off and do something that will earn you a media say. Arthur Tugman ~ A great leader can teach you to do what’s difficult and you’ll profit because it’ll look so easy. Arthur Tugman ~ Habits create more acquisitions than...Read More »

I Learned from My Grandma that the Seeds of Greatness Are... by Denis Waitley

“If you’re hoping to harvest a life of great deeds, remember you first have to plant some great seeds.” My grandma, Mabel Reynolds Ostrander, and I shared one of those special relationships as rare as a double rainbow. She was fifty-three when I was ten. That’s when we planted our first...Read More »

Facing The Enemies Within by Jim Rohn

Be courageous in your life and in your pursuit of the things you want and the person you want to become. We are not born with courage, but neither are we born with fear. Maybe some of our fears are brought on by your own experiences, by what someone has told...Read More »

Avoid America's Favorite Pastime! by Bryan Flanagan

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA There is a pastime that Americans are crazy about. Despite its popularity, this pastime is one you should avoid at all times!!! What is America’s favorite pastime? Many would think it is baseball. After all, it is called our “National Pastime.” True, a lot of people attend all types...Read More »

Reviews

Prospecting Rules! by George Madiou

This book comes signed by the author and personalized to you.  PROSPECTING RULES! By Russ McNeil There you are at the car wash. You’re seated in the waiting area along with several other patrons. Naturally, you end up in a casual conversation with the person next to you. Right away,...Read More »

Columns

3 Distinct Aspects To Our Business Relationships by George Madiou

Ours is a people business. Sure people buy our products and services, but most of all people buy us. Many businesses run on personal relationships. The Network Marketing industry succeeds or fails on great or poor relationships. Why is this? Ours is a people business. Sure people buy our products and...Read More »