Paul Devlin started his entrepreneurial path as a kid delivering newspapers and mowing lawns in his neighborhood. He always had a keen interest in making money and was typically the first kid on the block with the new bike or the latest stereo gear. When he started a network marketing business, he quickly built a solid income for himself and retired from a corporate job at the age of thirty-four. He’s been living the residual income lifestyle ever since. But it wasn’t all smooth sailing… At one point he realized his downline looked like Guatemala, with very few people making all the money and everyone else struggling. He set out to discover a different way of building a network marketing organization.
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