Be a FRIEND
usiness is different than it was 10 or 15 years ago, and the way we do business has also changed. I remember as a little girl watching my dad work. He was the best salesman I knew. I aspired to grow up and be a salesperson like him, which I did. However, the methods he used, although effective, look nothing like the methods I use today.
We are in the time of the Millennial. On the next few pages you will see some of the top leaders in our company who are on my team. Together we have built a sales organization of over 105,000 distributors (we like to call them sisters) in less than three years, and the way we did it was with the power of technology. Technology has grown so important in today’s network marketing world. There’s no way my dad could have had a face-to-face conversation with
someone in Hong Kong from here in the U.S. before social media. Now we can, with the help of Skype! There was no way to talk to and prospect several individuals all at once. I love how technology has opened the doors to the entire world, however as Millennials we should never forget the “old school” methods, because they are still vital today. Let me explain. I love social media, but I also see network marketers doing it poorly, actually pushing people
Published on Aug 10, 2016
Our “Back to School” issue focuses on Reinventing Network Marketing for the Next Generation. David Anderson & Mark Nathan are Millennial ent...