LEADOFF
Life beyond Belief
Josephine Gross, Ph.D.
It is happening and it is the essential adventure of our time: the collective shift in human consciousness from a separation-based worldview (motivated by scarcity and survival) to a quantum worldview (motivated by sustainability and conscious evolution). Network marketing is a “new worldview” business model.

THE GOOD NEWS
Cameron Johnson and “Oprah’s Big Give”

SPECIAL SECTION
Networking University

Letter from the Dean Faculty RecommendsWebinar Schedule

PERSPECTIVES
Words of Wisdom

Contemplations on the power of consciousness.

OUR TIMES
A panel of four guest commentators ponders the question, “Is there a more powerful place that successful people come from that is beyond belief?”

LEADERSHIP
How to Become a Profitable Entrepreneur

Brandon Sharp
In order to become profitable as an entrepreneur, you have to make a decision, take action and learn how to lead others. Commit and become a goal-getter. Be passionate, be present, be intuitive, be responsible and be patient. Let go and let God. Remember you are already a success and enjoy the journey.

ART JONAK'S TRAVEL REPORT
What Your Prospects Really Want to Know

Art Jonak
Prospects don’t care what you have done for yourself. They want to know how you have helped the people you have sponsored. In-stead of sponsoring wide, wide, wide, why not concentrate on your best distributor? Put some extra effort into helping one of your distributors make it to the top.

THE PEOPLE BUSINESS
Truths and Myths about Multicultural Customers

Michael Soon Lee
Over one-third of all Americans belong to a cultural or ethnical minority. This is a huge market for service providers all across the country—if you know how to meet the unique needs of customers and clients from other cultures. Let’s take a look at some commonly held perspectives and distinguish truth from myth.

THE ART OF SELLING
Set Proper Expectations

Eric Alberstson
In order to eliminate stress and enjoy sales, you need to know what to expect. Forecast your results so that you can know how many no’s you’ll likely get before you get another yes. If you can wisely pick your targets, build your offer and manage your conversion table, you can make more money while working less.

LIFESTYLE
Empower Your Space

Kristy Iris
Most successful people intuitively arrange their homes and businesses in similar ways that support their success. The objects you surround yourself with create associations that are constantly sending you supportive messages or toxic ones. Set up your business space to affect you positively rather than negatively.

LEAD STORY
Translucent Networking

Arjuna Ardagh is founder of the Living Essence Foundation in Nevada City, California, a non-profit organization dedicated to the awakening of consciousness within the context of ordinary life. Arjuna believes a tangible shift is taking place in our world. “Increasing numbers of people are waking up to a deeper dimension of themselves and reality. In the light of this realization, there is the possibility to create a magnificent life of service and inspiration.” Arjuna explores what that magnificent life might look like in the context of a networking business.

NT INTERVIEW
Networking Humanity’s Next Chapter

For the past forty years, Barbara Marx Hubbard has been a pioneer and driving force in the movement to create a positive future for humanity. She was awarded the first Doctor of Conscious Evolution degree from Emerson Theological Institute. She is widely regarded as the philosophical heir to Buckminster Fuller, who once described her as “the best informed human now alive regarding futurism.” Barbara is passionate about creating a synergistic democracy—a way of being in the world where we realize that every choice each one of us makes matters and affects where we are all going.

THE HEART OF BUSINESS
How Many Children Can We Feed?

Phil learned early on that to have the things he wanted in life, he had to be his own boss. He liked the idea of network marketing and became extremely successful at it. But the economy changed and his company went out of business. Phil knew that if he ever operated a large organization again, he would make sure it would give back in a bigger way than anyone had ever dreamed of before. Today he is president of a new company that meets his two objectives: rewarding the field distributor and founding a charitable giving program. He is realizing his dream of making a significant impact on the world—and helping others do the same.

MASTER NETWORKER
Millionaire at Twenty-Nine

Tom Hayes was first introduced to network marketing when he was only seventeen, a senior in high school. He always had an entrepreneurial mindset and searched for business opportunities that didn’t require start-up capital. He joined a network marketing company and paid his way through college building his business part-time. By age twenty-nine, Tom had built a worldwide network and become a millionaire. Today, at age thirty, he has become an adept investor and budding philanthropist, and he’s living the life of his dreams with his wife Kaitlyn in Ridgefield, Connecticut, as he continues to expand his business globally.

MASTER NETWORKER
Surrender to the Laws of Success

When Chad was nineteen years old, he read a book that changed his life forever. That same year, he left his hometown in Utah to accomplish a two-year mission for his church, serving local communities in Louisiana. He worked during the day and read his new-found goldmine every night for the entire two years. The principles he learned paved the way for how he has created his business and his life. The book is called Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, a personal growth classic published in 1937 at the end of the Great Depression.

INTERNET MARKETING
How to Find Profitable Markets

Howie Jacobson, Ph.D.
When starting a new business, you may ask yourself, “Will anyone visit? If so, will they buy? What location should I choose? What should my store look like?” On the Internet, the answers to these questions are shockingly easy, quick and inexpensive to obtain—if you know where to look and what to look for.

PROFESSIONALISM
What’s in a Name?

Joe Takash
There are all kinds of reasons why we forget names, but none of them matter. Your connection with people whose names you can’t recall is far weaker than with those whose names you do remember. Learning to remember names requires practice, commitment and repetition, but the results are well worth it.

PROSPECTING
Prospecting in a Changing Economy

Steve McCann
Successful prospecting in today’s economy requires that salespeople make a paradigm shift in their way of thinking. This shift happens when you release your fear of rejection and put your thoughts solely on the best intentions for your prospects. Only then will you be at ease when prospecting.

NETWORKING
Work Smarter, Not Harder
Tom Hopkins
Regardless of the business you are in, the most important skills to develop are people skills, or how to most effectively communicate with other people. Don’t let your dry-cleaner, gas station attendant or mail carrier be an anonymous face. They are people with needs that you might be able to meet with your business.

THE CLOSE
The Networker Doth Protest Too Much
John David Mann
Those who assert their cause with the greatest zeal often insult or injure those they seek to convert, and even do damage to the cause itself. It’s the core problem of emphatic assertions: they follow Newton’s laws of motion. Every push invokes its counterpush: zealous declamation creates equal and opposite resistance.