Cover_2006_November This month we are exploring Young Adults – 20 something’s in network marketing! We will have an ongoing column in TNMM on this subject because we feel it’s that important. If you are among this very fast growing group or you have someone that you think we should be talking with don’t hesitate to e-mail me at This month we have contributions from some old friends that have added their insight such as, Dale Calvert, Kim Klaver, Randy Gage and we also have a great story from the Packard brothers. These two 20 something’s represents a generation that will bring network marketing into this new century.


The Packard Brothers by TNMM Editor

Meet the Packard brothers… Jeff, 29 and Adam at 27 have been with Send Out Cards a little over a year – and each of them are building large teams. Having consistently remained on the ‘Top 5 Coaches’ list they are young men who are changing lives… and clearly doing...Read More »

It is the best of times and the worst of times for young network marketers by Dale Calvert

I believe that when a young person becomes successful, it is easier to do the business and attract people. There is nothing more exciting to be than to have the opportunity to speak at training events around the country and see large numbers of distributors who are 30 and under in...Read More »

I would have retired by the age of 35! by Bill Holderby

If I only knew when I was in my teens what I know today! They say hindsight is 20-20 and I believe they are right. We can always look back and say if only “I woulda, shoulda, coulda”, then fill in the blank. We would all be better off, right? More...Read More »

"I wish I'd done network marketing 30 years ago..." by Kim Klaver

There are ways to do things with this business, yes even now, at 63. And what about all those younger women still raising their family, or contemplating having one? Have you asked them what THEY are you doing NOW, for themselves, to plan for their “what if”? Story: “I was stunned...Read More »

Generation Y: Working with Twenty-Somethings In MLM by Randy Gage

One of the exciting things going on in our profession is the growing trends of twenty-somethings we are attracting into it. Let’s give them a way to be successful once they do join! One of the exciting things going on in our profession is the growing trends of twenty-somethings we are...Read More »

The power of generation Y by Jerry Clark

Not only are many of them Aware, Hungry, Entrepreneurial, and Dedicated… But many of them are also Vibrant, Focused, Resilient, and Teachable The youth have always been a part of our Industry… However, in the 21st Century, they are joining Network Marketing by leaps and bounds. For those savvy Network Marketers...Read More »


The Three Keys to Greatness by Jim Rohn

If a young person, or for that matter an adult, focused on doing these three simple things over a long period of time I believe they will be assured success! Eight years ago I went into the studio and recorded a 56-minute video for teenagers called, “Three Keys to Greatness.” Although...Read More »

Bringing balance to a chaotic life by Chris Widener

How can I manage my time more effectively and bring balance to my life in regard to work, family, friends, and social obligations? If I had to make a composite question that gets at the heart of the question that I am asked most frequently, it would be this: How can...Read More »

Life balance: the urgent vs. the important by Denis Waitley

What we seldom realize is that the really important things in our life don’t make strict demands on us, and therefore we usually assign them a lower priority. Of all the wisdom I have gained, the most important is the knowledge that time and health are two precious assets that we...Read More »

The Best Business Keeps Getting Better by Richard Brooke

It does not take a Ph.D. To figure out how things won’t work for you. Actually, any idiot can decide that fate. It takes vision, courage and creativity to figure out every day how it will work for you. “(MLM) is the best kept secret in the business world.” – Fortune...Read More »

The Leader's Leader by Jack Lannom

Creating an Organizational Mission Statement – Part I A mission statement provides clear, concise answers to the questions: “Why are we here?” and “What are we trying to accomplish?” When a corporate values statement has been completed, thereby establishing the foundation for success, the next step in developing an organizational logos...Read More »

The law of great questions by John Milton Fogg

Questions make it a conversation. And conversation, according to many, is where life itself shows up. This Upline editorial is nearly 7 years old (December, 1999). Is it true? Does it matter? Did it ever? For you to decide… “That’s a great question.” If you’ve ever heard that said to you,...Read More »

Technology & Things

A Candid chat about your security and privacy by James Harrison

Have you heard about the new fastest growing white collar crime? If you’re online you’ll want to read this and take action. Have you heard about the new fastest growing white collar crime? The crime that’s now more profitable for criminals than selling drugs? The crime that can be done anonymously...Read More »


Momentum Project by David Pollay

Start With What’s Good – Focus on Strengths Success comes when people do what they do best. Imagine you arrive home from work after a long day. Your spouse is waiting for you when you get home. He asks you to grab a cup of coffee and to meet him in...Read More »

It's all good by Maran Banta

The network marketing industry is designed for the twenty ‘somethings’ In fact, I think it offers exactly what they are demanding. Life is different for them; there is no question about that. My own girl at nineteen is not quite a twenty-something, but close enough. What makes them so different? Technology has...Read More »

The business of the business by George Madiou

I wish I knew about network marketing when I was in my 20’s As an entrepreneur from as far back as I can remember, network marketing is a vehicle that needs to be presented to every young adult as an option and learned how to do correctly. From the time I...Read More »