Today’s networkers face an entirely new set of challenges. These challenges require a serious shift in strategies.

For a decade now, the entire technology sector has promoted the infantile trinity of “easy, simple and fast" calculated to attach emotions and quasi-gratification to products and services whose functional benefits are completely irrelevant.

People must learn to turn off all technology for a couple of hours each day and focus on relationship building through face-to-face and verbal interaction or they are destined to fail in today’s network marketing environment.

Networkers must realize that their best target age group is individuals born before 1964. Why? Because boomers are the most desperate for opportunity and the least distracted by technology.

People must start...