Think and Grow Rich in the New World

A Converstation with Randy Gage, author of Risky Is the New Safe

By John David Mann

Randy Gage is certainly no stranger to these pages. We featured him as a lead story in our May/June 2009 issue, talking about the state of the network marketing profession and his outspoken online publication The MLM Revolution: A Manifesto, and again in September/October 2011 in our issue on writing as the new social currency. He is one of the most well-known authors and creators of training materials in the networking world.

What prompted his return this issue is the publication of his latest book, a tour de force that takes its readers on a wild journey into the bizarre, technologically mind-boggling future worthy of a twenty-first-century Hieronymus Bosch—a future, Gage insists, that is very real indeed, and coming to life over the next few years. We talked about his vision of a world with collapsed currencies, cloned armies, and heart surgery by joystick, and what it all means to the future of network marketing.
Fasten your seat belts. It’s going to be a bumpy read. — J.D.M.

You start your book by describing an incident where you meet a couple about to board a plane who have this adorable puppy with them—and then learn that the puppy is literally a clone. What did that experience mean to you?
Meeting that puppy was one of the most shocking, mind-bending things I have experienced in my fifty-three years. They had just picked him up...

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