Author Archive: Richard Brooke

Richard Brooke

Richard Brooke is a 40-year Network Marketing professional. In his career, he has been a field leader building teams of tens of thousands of people, as well as being an owner of his own Network Marketing company. Richard is the author of the best-selling books The Four Year Career & Mach2 With Your Hair On Fire. And, he is an Ontological coach and speaker.

The Network Marketing Candidates by Richard Brooke

Where do you find them? How do you interest them? Maintaining a constant source (or sources) of people to talk to about your opportunity is the weak link in most Network Marketing leader’s business plan. Finding a constant flow of candidates is the Holy……Read...

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The Gift of Listening by Richard Brooke

Ever been chatting with someone, and before you can even finish your sentence, they interrupt to share their own thoughts or finish yours for you? Or perhaps you’re in the middle of making an important point and their attention is pulled away as they……Read...

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THE AUTHENTIC INVITER by Richard Brooke

Imagine how you would want to be Invited. Imagine who the person inviting you was “being.” Who would you want them to be? Do you want to continue the hype, manipulation and deception of the last 70 years in our profession?……Read...

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LEADERSHIP THAT INSPIRES by Richard Brooke

World history is full of powerful leaders; men and women who changed the direction of societies, business and culture. Nothing is more valuable to our society’s health. Yet today, leadership often feels like a missing link in business, politics, religion,……Read...

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2016 – Excuses or Excellence, Your Choice by Richard Brooke

With the New Year fast approaching, everyone is filled with optimism… the resolution to make this year different. So why do all those resolutions crash and burn? Because they never move past intentions. Intentions are overrated. The power of intention might……Read...

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