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MASTER NETWORKER Lead with Your Heart Cecil, Hino, and Nani Razon are a mother-and-sons team that started building a network marketing business ten years ago from their home in the Philippines. Living without electricity, without transportation, and with only one family phone, the Razons climbed their way out of debt and poverty, building one of their company’s largest organizations. Whenever the company opened a new market, the Razons would be first to travel there and create a strong foothold working with referrals and cold market prospects. Today the Razons are spearheading their company’s largest team in Africa, adding about 500 new members a day.

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MASTER NETWORKER Tigers in the Pacific Rim Chanida and Nat Puranaputra are network marketing leaders from Thailand who have trained hundreds of homebusiness millionaires. Chanida got started in the wellness industry over 20 years ago and occupied top leadership positions in several US-based companies as they opened up Asian markets. Chanida retired Nat once her income had surpassed the salary he was earning as a senior corporate executive. The couple has been enjoying building their business together for the last decade. Recognized as international leaders, they have spoken to and trained large audiences in more than 25 countries.

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MASTER NETWORKER Achieve and Believe Lamia Bettaieb is a Gen Y leader who discovered network marketing just five years ago. Born and raised in Tunisia, she always knew she wanted to be a millionaire, even though she had no idea how it would happen. She reached her goal in 2014 when she became a top earner in her company, a US-based innovator in information technology. Achieving her dream taught Lamia an important lesson: money does not bring happiness; helping others does.

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HEART OF BUSINESS Liberty’s Calling The Statue of Liberty is a powerful visual reminder to the world that America values human liberty. Dr. Viktor E. Frankl who wrote Man’s Search for Meaning suggested that we also need a symbol that represents responsibility.


Networking Times July/August 2016 Issue Preview