Five Years Ago… by Debbie Madiou

Debbie MadiouNow no matter how many obstacles life throws at you, you have the tools to keep moving forward. Five years ago George and I took our family to Fire Island, NY We all had a great time at the beach… except George. He was so excited about putting the magazine together. It was at the very beginning of its inception. His days were spent talking with web designers and contributors. His enthusiasm was contagious! On October 1st 2005 the first edition of TNMM was born! We were all so excited that it got out to the charter members as promised.

George’s idea behind the magazine was to give a tool to new network marketers that would level the playing field for them and help to give them an unshakable belief in their network marketing opportunity.

He always believed a network marketing company does a great job of training new distributors on their product, and the strength of their company but lacks on their ability to bring in professional trainers to guide them on the daily tasks that a new or seasoned distributor need to do to become, or stay successful.

That’s what is all about.

Every month its members get to build a personal library on just about every topic in network marketing and personal development. At any time, day or night, a member can log in and find articles and audios that interest them. AND IT’S OPEN TO THE ENTIRE WORLD TO JOIN!

The network marketing industry has been given a wonderful gift in The Network Marketing Magazine. Spread the word throughout your peers to become a part of it today! Whether you are new to the industry or a seasoned veteran, there is something to learn. Dig in and enjoy! I want to personally thank my husband George for his unshakable belief in network marketing and his contribution to the industry.  Thank you to all our members for your continued support. It is because of you that we can fulfill our life’s plan to inspire people to see that no matter how many obstacles life throws at you, you have the tools to keep moving forward.


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