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Stephen M.R. Covey
Lead Story:
Stephen M.R. Covey


Ori and Rob
NT Interview:
Ori Brafman &
Rob A. Beckstrom


Dan Gibbons
The Heart of Business:
Dan Gibbons

Donna Reid-Mitchell
Master Networker:
Donna Reid-Mitchell

Christy Dreiling
Master Networker:
Christy Dreiling

LEAD STORYSubscriber Only
The Power of Trust
Trust, says Stephen M.R. Covey, underlies everything we do, have and achieve. In his best-selling book The Speed of Trust, he shows that trust is a measurable skill that can be effectively taught and learned. Trust is not a purely “soft” social virtue but a hard-edged economic driver that can make or break careers and companies. Like his father Stephen R. Covey (7 Habits), Covey the younger is a keen observer of the network marketing community, where, he believes, trust is on the rise.

NT INTERVIEWSubscriber Only
Counting Starfish: Organizations Built on Trust
In The Starfish and the Spider, authors Ori Brafman and Rod A. Beckstrom define two essential types of organizations: centralized structures, with their clear hierarchies and chains of command, and decentralized or “open” systems, which operate based on a completely different and in many cases opposite set of rules. Their discovery of what they call “the new physics of human organization” may prove to be one of the defining paradigms of the twenty-first century economy.

HEART OF BUSINESSSubscriber Only
Building Teams through Community Service
Dan Gibbons knows what it takes to be a leader—starting with leading himself out of a difficult childhood on a journey of personal growth. When a friend introduced him to network marketing, he discovered the power of residual income and applied the principles he learned in his leadership training to developing business builders. Giving to the community became a pivotal part of his training program.

MASTER NETWORKERSubscriber Only
Leading by Example
When Donna Reid-Mitchell entered the network marketing space, the person who recruited her implicitly dismissed her by saying that she couldn’t find any good leaders. Instead of discouraging Donna, this only strengthened her resolve to build a successful career helping others find their own greatness. She never used her children as an excuse for underachieving but made them her motivation for doing even better.

MASTER NETWORKERSubscriber Only
From Rags to Riches of the Heart
Christy Dreiling had a tumultuous childhood but her teenage mother always insisted that her daughter dream big and some day make those dreams come true. When Christy found herself married with children and a mortgage to pay, she was concerned about her future, until the mother of a child she was working with showed her some products and asked her to host a party.


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