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Dr. Fran DeLaCruz



Dr. Fran DeLaCruz

Fran DeLaCruz earned his MD from Washington University and completed his training at Harvard. He then served as a physician in the U.S. Navy. After beginning a family, his goal became one of spending more time with them. This initially led him to real estate investing where he developed a multi-million dollar portfolio of rental apartment buildings within three years. Next was network marketing. With less-than-inspiring initial results, Fran & his wife, Denise, stepped back to learn the fundamentals of the profession and quickly applied them. This led to rapid results, including the chance to practice medicine part-time. Since then, Dr. DeLaCruz & his wife decided to teach these same fundamentals to other aspiring network marketers. The result was an educational board game called Diamond Destination that transforms players into intelligent, empowered network marketers primed for success. Diamond Destination has assisted thousands of network marketers in seven countries in three continents.

Networking Trainers Article
Diamonds Are You
by Dr. Fran DeLaCruz
I recently read an article that detailed the process of how diamonds are formed. It was fascinating; I couldn't help but notice that the way diamonds are formed is strikingly similar to the way people become network marketers.

Networking Trainers Article
Lessons from a Little Boat and the Big Sea
by Dr. Fran DeLaCruz
My family and I were fortunate enough to buy some waterfront property on Puget Sound and suddenly it made sense that we should have a boat...

Networking Trainers Article
Candlelight for the Soul
by Dr. Fran DeLaCruz
Several winters ago, I received a humbling lesson about dedication from my business team. It happened at a point when there seemed to be nothing happening in our business-no matter how many people we spoke with, none of them joined. No matter how many people we showed our products, none of them became customers. This went on for nearly a month until the collective mind of all the members of my team decided enough was enough.

We were going to have a recruiting event to end all events. We were going to talk to so many people that everyone in our city (and possibly our state) knew that this event was going to happen. And then we would have people joining our business in droves, and hundreds of customers begging to buy our products. All we had to do was get a plan for the event (which we called The Big Event) and invite everyone we saw.

The plan was easy. We would put on a high tech multi-media event using introductory music, followed by a breathtaking video, capped off by the world's most impressive Power Point presentation. We put together all the materials, bought extra power cords, and designed every last detail of the presentation...

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