Author Archive: Art Meakin
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Began developing and executing business ideas and plans since the age of 12. Over 45+ years of knowledge and experience in B2B/B2C corporate and field based direct-sales, direct-response-marketing, MLM Network Marketing, IT (pre-post Internet), business management, executive level management, business development, recruiting, training (corp and field), systems design, compensation plans (design-programming-testing), strategic planning/thinking, critical detailed analysis, troubleshooting, branding, advertising, and compliance (legal, regulatory, etc.) and much more. Advisor, Confidant, Auditor MLM Advocate & Critic Business and Systems Analyst Business-Marketing-IT Consultant Programmer - Systems Engineer Compensation Plans (design-programming-testing) Webmaster - Developer Since 1975 - President/CEO Art Meakin & Associates 45+ years MLM Multi-Level Network Marketing field/corp experience (full-time since 1988) Direct Marketing (online/offline) Internet Marketing Advertising - Traditional/Cooperative Lead/Traffic Generation Speaker, Educator, Trainer Writer, Author Strategic Thinking/Planning/Alliances Exec V.P. for non-MLM company V.P. IT/Business Development (Corp) for three networking co.'s 4,000+ personally sponsored 100,000+ in downline organizations #1 Rep in four networking co.'s MLM Company Owner INTJ (introversion, intuition, thinking, judgment) is an abbreviation used for the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. INTJs are one of the rarest of the sixteen personality types, and account for about 1–4% of the population. INTJs are known as "Systems Builders" perhaps in part because they possess the unusual combination of imagination, reliability, and efficiency. Considered the most independent of all the types INTJs are very determined and trust their vision of what's possible. At their best developing and executing ideas, theories, and principles. Very few INTJs exist in the U.S. but they have a vast influence on corporate and academic life... think Ted Turner and Steve Jobs. INTJs have vision and will see it through to completion. Leadership skills enable this type to play a dramatic role in shaping U.S. corporate culture. Independence is the force that motivates. The perfect strategist, think tank specialist, problem solver.