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Marian Head



Marian Head

Marian Head is one of the top 100 income earners in her million-strong network marketing company. She attributes her success in networking and life to using the Agreements she writes about in her award-winning book, Revolutionary Agreements: Twelve Ways to Transform Stress and Struggle Into Freedom and Joy. She is currently being honored by ConsciousOne as one of "America’s Next Top Authors." Before her networking career more than a decade ago, Marian was an organizational development pioneer. She served on the U.S. Senate staff for 9 years, as Program Coordinator for the historic Soviet-American Citizens’ Summits, and as co-facilitator of the Global Forums of Spiritual and Parliamentary Leaders, where she served His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Mother Teresa and President Gorbachev. In 2002, she was elected by her network marketing company’s field leadership to chair their Associate Advisory Council. Marian Head is a familiar name to Networking Times readers, as she has served for years as one of its senior writers.

Mar/Apr 2012 Issue
Let\'s Play T.A.G.!
by Marian Head
Truth, Acceptance, and Gratitude (T.A.G.) are not only the pillars of a good life, they are also a recipe for success in business.

Sep/Oct 2011 Issue
The Power of a Letter
by Marian Head
With all the electronic messages you see daily, a personal letter that shares your gratitude or your challenges might be your ticket to freedom.

Jul/Aug 2008 Issue
The Ultimate Upline
by Marian Head
At age nine, Ana McClellan wanted to go to a YMCA summer camp, but her family didn’t have the extra money to send her. The local Y sponsored a candy drive that rewarded top sellers with two, four or six weeks of camp. Not only did Ana earn six weeks at camp, she also learned to be a persuasive story-teller, to dream and share her dreams—and she discovered the critical value of a personal support system.

May/Jun 2008 Issue
How Many Children Can We Feed?
by Marian Head
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. Today he is president of a new company that meets his two objectives: rewarding the field distributor and founding a charitable giving program.

Mar/Apr 2008 Issue
No More Debt!
by Marian Head
After a highly successful career as a promoter in the film business, Randall Blaum succumbed to the addiction of consumerism and found himself in serious credit card debt. Twenty years and two bankruptcies later, he discovered a way to get out of debt-and stay out forever. Passionate about what he had learned, Randall launched a crusade to share his lessons with others. He is the director of U R Pre-Approved, a feature-length movie that warns the public against the hidden dangers of accumulating credit card debt.

Mar/Apr 2008 Issue
The Cashflow Games: Cashflow 101, Cashflow for Kids, Cashflow 202
by Marian Head
by Robert Kiyosaki, reviewed by Marian Head

Jan/Feb 2008 Issue
Builder of Dreams
by Marian Head
At twenty-four, Chelsea Loin is a successful entrepreneur and a budding philanthropist. The network marketing lifestyle was emblazoned in her memory from the age of twelve, when her parents started their first venture in Iowa, where she grew up. As a teenager, she read business books and played the CashFlow® 101 game and quickly learned that she did not want to be in the rat race.

Nov/Dec 2007 Issue
Sharing the Wealth
by Marian Head

Nov/Dec 2007 Issue
A Worthy Profession
by Marian Head
At twenty-seven, Mike Duvall bought an industrial equipment company, grew it substantially and later sold it, completing a successful business cycle. He had learned early on that being an employee wasn't for him, but neither was being an employer. Mike discovered what was missing when he connected with the networking profession, first as a corporate consultant to a start-up company. Then he was offered the opportunity of a lifetime: to be a founding representative of a company led by a close friend.

Sep/Oct 2007 Issue
The Joy of Contribution
by Marian Head
Kirk Metz grew up in the foothills of the Rockies, waterskiing with his parents on the family lake. When his father introduced him to a product that was distributed through network marketing, they jumped in together with both feet. Kirk discovered that in order to succeed, he needed to learn about leadership and build teams where each person can grow and share their unique gifts with the world.

Jul/Aug 2007 Issue
Blessed by Network Marketing
by Marian Head
Since their marriage in 1973, Claudia and Chuck Branham have dreamt of making millions and giving millions away. Before they met, Claudia volunteered for the Tacoma Rescue Mission while she was a financially strapped young widow with six children. Now, with the additional time and income from their networking business, Claudia and Chuck enjoy giving to forty different organizations and ministries.

Jul/Aug 2007 Issue
On Top at Twenty-Seven
by Marian Head
For the second year in a row, Allison Baek earned the highest honors from her thirteen-year-old network marketing company: the New Business Development Award. It’s hard to imagine that this same woman lost tens of thousands of dollars in failed attempts and yo-yoed from the bottom to the top of her company and back several times. At age twenty-seven, she celebrates her dreams and brightens the lives of millions.

May/Jun 2007 Issue
Building Teams through Community Service
by Marian Head
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.

May/Jun 2007 Issue
From Rags to Riches of the Heart
by Marian Head
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.

May/Jun 2007 Issue
The Speed of Trust
by Marian Head
by Stephen M.R. Covey, reviewed by Marian Head

Mar/Apr 2007 Issue
Consistency Pays
by Marian Head
Jordan Adler delights in building teams with anyone who wants to play. When asked about his success, he makes no secret of how he got to the top of his company: introduce the business to one person every day. If you work your plan with patience, commitment and consistency, you will attract the people who will help you make it to the top. Jordan is happy to report he gives away more each year to charity today than he used to make at his last corporate job.

Jan/Feb 2007 Issue
Partnering for Success
by Marian Head
Fifteen years ago, George Ruiz knew how to buy and sell properties. What he didn't know was how to weather an economic downturn. When Florida real estate took a dive, he lost everything and went searching. "When I read about network marketing," says George, "it opened my mind." He gave up the idea that he had to be in control, and began delegating and discovered the power of teamwork.

Nov/Dec 2005 Issue
A Company with a Giving Spirit
by Marian Head
When master networker Ray Robbins was honored by his company for his exceptional contributions to the cause, they didn’t just give him a one-time award—they established an annual award in his name. Over the five years since then, five more exceptional individuals have been honored with the “Ray Robbins Giving Spirit Award.”

Nov/Dec 2005 Issue
High Tech – High Touch
by Marian Head
Since his first meeting in 1995, Corey Citron has joined nearly 20 networking companies. (He jokes, “The real question is, which companies haven’t I been with?”) Yet there’s method to the madness: over the decade, Corey has steadily mastered the art of duplication.

Sep/Oct 2005 Issue
Networkers as Pillars of Society
by Marian Head
When direct selling company founder Isamu Masuda saw photographs of polar bears in their natural habitat with soiled, dirty fur, it brought home the tragedy of human neglect in caring for our planet. Inspired by that insight, Masuda’s Polar Bear Program touches lives throughout his company and all over the world.

Sep/Oct 2005 Issue
A Promise Fulfilled
by Marian Head
An early experience with networking had left a bad taste in young Keith McEachern’s mouth. Two decades later, he drew on those early lessons and began assembling his personal punch list of qualities and qualifications for the ideal company.

Sep/Oct 2005 Issue
Listen with Your Heart
by Marian Head
Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care.

Jul/Aug 2005 Issue
Think and Grow Riches to Give
by Marian Head
As a five-year-old, Dody Wood used to listen to her mother cry herself to sleep with grief and worry over a birth defect that plagued Dody’s brother. Today, as founder and chair of the USA+ Foundation, Dody has found a way to apply her experiences to an outreach effort that helps thousands around the world.

Jul/Aug 2005 Issue
Revitalized!
by Marian Head
For 20 years, Don and LaRee Nooner had worked at network marketing but not quite found the recipe for success. Three years ago, they gave it one last try—and have since grown an organization that has generated over $22 million in sales.

Jul/Aug 2005 Issue
Keep Doing What Works and Change What Doesn’t
by Marian Head
Three networkers’ approaches to sorting out more effective paths.

May/Jun 2005 Issue
Philanthropy at Work
by Marian Head
Owner-President and Chief Executive of a 35-year-old networking company, Charles W. Herbster and Lamar Eby felt called by their own core values to take their company to a new place. Teaming up with Habitat for Humanity, they created a vehicle for their IBOs to do some genuinely hands-on charitable work.

May/Jun 2005 Issue
A Reality Made of Dreams
by Marian Head
Ron Reid left a lucrative Beverly Hills lifestyle for the simple rural life, but financial realities soon came knocking. Through network marketing, he found a way to have the best of both worlds.

May/Jun 2005 Issue
Looking Within When I React
by Marian Head
The freedom of a lifetime.

Mar/Apr 2005 Issue
Health, Freedom and Hope
by Marian Head
When Dave Clare, Chief Marketing Officer of a network marketing corporation, sat down with his company's two co-CEOs to grapple with their corporate identity, he never imagined where their brainstorming would take them. Today Dave coordinates global strategies to help disadvantaged people all over the world.

Mar/Apr 2005 Issue
The Power of a Mentor
by Marian Head
Holton Buggs knew he could leverage his football college scholarship in two ways: he could go pro or, if football didn't work out, get a job with his engineering degree. Turns out, he found an even more powerful way to leverage himself.

Mar/Apr 2005 Issue
For the Serious Fun of It
by Marian Head
Judy Robbins had carved out a successful career as a corporate recruiter-but she wasn't having any fun. Then she discovered network marketing and found a way to reinvent her career with all the fun intact.

Mar/Apr 2005 Issue
Speak Your Truth, With Compassion
by Marian Head
How three networkers told the truth when it wasn't easy.

Mar/Apr 2005 Issue
The Power of Intention
by Marian Head
By Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

Jan/Feb 2005 Issue
God's Love Manifest
by Marian Head
For Diana Haskins, a history of personal suffering, economic need and profound faith brought her to network marketing and beyond. Her need to give overflowed every vessel she found, until the horrors of post-9/11 inspired her to create the Afghan Academy of Hope.

Jan/Feb 2005 Issue
Millionaire Chooses Networking!
by Marian Head
A born entrepreneur who owned 27 lawnmowers by the time he graduated from high school, Ray Robbins had succeeded in venture after venture and was just settling down for a long life of retirement-when he was irresistibly drawn to the world of network marketing.

Jan/Feb 2005 Issue
Live Your Mission!
by Marian Head
How three networkers learned to match mission and business.

Nov/Dec 2004 Issue
A Strong Foundation
by Marian Head
BK Boreyko grew up in a network marketing household, built a six-figure monthly income as a distributor, and co-founded and now runs a network marketing company. But for him, the most rewarding side of the business is the philanthropic project created in his mother’s name, the Dottie Boreyko Foundation.

Nov/Dec 2004 Issue
Forever Teaching People How to Fish
by Marian Head
As a teenager, Harris Williams discovered that he loved to teach people all he could about the water—how to fish, water-ski and windsurf. Today, all his passions have come full circle—on a grand scale.

Nov/Dec 2004 Issue
Personal Freedom
by Marian Head
Revolutionary agreements for network marketers.

Sep/Oct 2004 Issue
Not Everyone Has a Systems Personality
by Marian Head

Sep/Oct 2004 Issue
A Mother’s Love, a World of Children
by Marian Head
Dee Mower has had a lifelong mission to take care of the world’s
children; with the international growth and maturation of the network marketing company she co-founded, she has found a way to give that mission expression.

Sep/Oct 2004 Issue
Record-Breaking Success, With Love
by Marian Head
In less than 24 months, Tony and Randi Escobar built a network organization of more than 100,000 people—and they did it by
nurturing their relationships with friends, by educating, informing
and edifying them.

Jul/Aug 2004 Issue
Man on a Mission
by Marian Head
By the time Skip Ross had gone through all the learning experiences it took to transform his life from struggle to success, he realized that he had a golden opportunity: he could teach kids the lessons he wished he'd known as a teenager.

Jul/Aug 2004 Issue
Extreme Success
by Marian Head
At 22, Joby Weeks would be a remarkable man at any age. Poised to attend college, he abruptly took a detour into network marketing instead, and has created an astonishing career in just a few years.

Jul/Aug 2004 Issue
Getting Rich Slow and Sure
by Marian Head
At 25 years of age--and after more than 25 corporate jobs and entrepreneurial business disasters--Rob Hawthorne picked up a copy of Networking Times and found his passion. He says,

May/Jun 2004 Issue
A Present from a President
by Marian Head
When she read a newspaper account of a woman who had been turned away from shelters and ended up stabbed to death by an abusive husband, Rita Davenport decided it was time to become a philanthropic activist.

Feb/Mar 2004 Issue
Arlene Lowy: Richest Mom at the Bus Stop
by Marian Head
As a Special Education teacher, Arlene knew the value of telling kids, "You can do it!" For the last 20 years, Arlene has put that lesson to good use as a network marketer.

January 2004 Issue
Teammates for Life
by Marian Head
One fresh out of college and the other still in, the Gottesman brothers dis- covered a career that has since blossomed into an extraordinary partner- ship and lifestyle.

January 2004 Issue
Handbook to a Happier Life: The Simple Guide to Creating the Life You’ve Always Wanted
by Marian Head
By Jim Donovan

Nov/Dec 2003 Issue
The Greatest Money-Making Secret in History!
by Marian Head
By Joe Vitale

June 2003 Issue
Teamplay
by Marian Head

May 2003 Issue
Power vs. Force
by Marian Head
by David R. Hawkins

Networking Trainers Article
Revolutionary Agreements For Network Marketers
by Marian Head
As professional networkers, we cherish the idea of freedom, yet we often confine our definition of "freedom" to the dimensions of time and finance. Those who succeed in achieving time and financial freedom often find themselves still in search of something less tangible... of some other freedom

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