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Uma Sackett



Uma Sackett


September 2003 Issue
Gail Stolzenburg: Supporting Athletes Through Networking
by Uma Sackett
As a struggling teenager coping with his father’s death, Gail found solace in the art of Judo. Years later, he was introduced to network marketing—and realized he could combine the two in an ingenious way.

September 2003 Issue
Leo Corley: Home-(Only)-Based Business
by Uma Sackett
As a Tennessee University chemistry teacher, Leo Corley found his work tiring and only intermittently rewarding. Worse, he’d already amassed nearly $100,000 in debt working towards his Ph.D. He started a networking business part-time to earn an extra $1000 a month…and soon realized he’d found his calling.

August 2003 Issue
Giving Back
by Uma Sackett
In network marketing, Chris and Elizabeth Kutschera found an entrepreneurial model that gave them kind of life they wanted. In the Children’s Hunger Fund, they found a way to share it.

August 2003 Issue
Number One in Balance
by Uma Sackett
Marian Head started out training US Senators how to communicate. Today, she’s experiencing her top goal in network marketing: being “number one in balance.”

August 2003 Issue
Ministering Service-Leadership
by Uma Sackett
A minister with scant prospects for a secure retirement, Rusty Peterman started a network marketing business looking for a way to create financial security—and found an entirely new life mission.

July 2003 Issue
Replace Your Hope with Expectation
by Uma Sackett
Mark Jarvis had been involved with network marketing companies for a good 15 years. This time, two things happened that hadn’t before: he found the kind of success he’d always wanted—and a partner in life (as well as business!).

July 2003 Issue
"Residual Income Means Security"
by Uma Sackett
On May 21, 2002, Miki Crowl’s car was struck on a rural Iowa highway; Miki was nearly killed. The road to recovery was long and arduous—but as a successful networker, she was supported by a business that continued to thrive the entire time.

July 2003 Issue
"You Aren't Paid to Be the Best"
by Uma Sackett
Coming from a successful real estate career, Denson Taylor hit it big in networking; then joined a brand new company—and rethought his entire approach to the business.

June 2003 Issue
Networking’s Charitable Edge
by Uma Sackett
Doug Wead: Time, Money, and Friends with Time and Money
Best-selling author of All the Presidents’ Children, Doug Wead is co-founder of Mercy Corps International, an international relief organization; a former Special Assistant to the President—and a successful network marketer.

June 2003 Issue
Success at Your Own Pace
by Uma Sackett
Lisa Borelli closed her successful mortgage company to start a family, then walked away from a successful first experience in networking because it, too, also took her away from her family. Today, she’s found the right balance.

June 2003 Issue
Part-Time Job, Full-Time Income
by Uma Sackett
Between failing health and a deteriorating business, things were going badly for Frank and Annette Petrocelli. Then one day, Frank’s son happened to give him a video on a business his girlfriend’s father was getting involved with.

May 2003 Issue
Jett: Master of Massive Action
by Uma Sackett
Growing up amidst the gangs, drugs and violence of South Central LA, Jett decided at an early age that he would transcend his environment and become a millionaire. He didn’t just achieve the goal—he far surpassed it.

May 2003 Issue
100 Presentations Each Month!
by Uma Sackett
Hubert Krause and Seta Der Artinian built a large network organization, took a sabbatical for health reasons, then came back and did it all over again, stronger than ever.

May 2003 Issue
Act Locally Succeed Globally!
by Uma Sackett
When Robert and Tina Slade began their networking business, crushing debt and a leaky radiator imprisoned them within a one-hour radius. Turns out, it was a blessing.

April 2003 Issue
The One Minute Millionaire
by Uma Sackett
by Mark Victor Hansen & Robert G. Allen

March 2003 Issue
From Burnout to Breakthrough
by Uma Sackett
After 13 non-stop years in a successful real estate business, Kathy Aaron finally took a long-needed vacation—and never went back.

March 2003 Issue
The Art of Communication
by Uma Sackett
Fresh from college, Brian Carruthers was making good money in his family business. Only problem was, he had no time freedom.

February 2003 Issue
"Dreams Are Free"
by Uma Sackett
An exceptionally successful entrepreneur, Gary Adams turned all his get-it-done resourcefulness to working with his kids' learning challenges, and ended up creating "Dreams Are Free," a national educational program for special-needs kids.

February 2003 Issue
We Never Leave the House!
by Uma Sackett
Tim was a successful businessman—but in all his business dealings, he’d never really had to deal with the people end of business.

February 2003 Issue
"It's a Hand Up"
by Uma Sackett
After burning through her warm list, Cheryl Gonzalez cautiously approached the Internet--and realized that the secret to the high tech was high touch.

January 2003 Issue
A Network for Networking Women
by Uma Sackett
In 1995 Linda went hunting for the perfect online education-andsupport system for networking women. Nobody had made it yet—so she did it herself.

January 2003 Issue
The Advantage of Being a Woman
by Uma Sackett
After 19 years of success in insurance, Ann Houghteling was tired of having no free time—so she quit in a heartbeat and became a networker.

December 2002 Issue
"Little by Little, We Will Arrive"
by Uma Sackett
After recovering from a personal tragedy, Margaret Trost was looking for a cause larger than herself-and ended up helping to create a charitable venture for the poor of Haiti that exceeded her wildest philanthropic dreams.

December 2002 Issue
"What I Have To Give Is My Time"
by Uma Sackett
An unexpected encouter led Judy Soper to take her networking business on the road-literally-as she supports a "Walk of Hope" for the benefit of kids worldwide.

December 2002 Issue
The Real American Dream
by Uma Sackett
Born and raised in Brazil, Cecilia came to the US in search of the American Dreaam-and discovered its true depth back on native soil.

October 2002 Issue
Lisa Wilber: Outrageous Income--Just For Helping People!
by Uma Sackett
A shy girl from a poor family in rural New England, Lisa slid into a depression when she lost her secretary job. What happened next was a miracle--one that has kept on growing to this day.

October 2002 Issue
Chris Tinney: The Internetwork Marketer
by Uma Sackett
Far from quitting his corporate job to start networking, Chris Tinney climbed both the corporate ladder and the network comp plan simultaneously.

October 2002 Issue
Jackie Ulmer: Starting From Scratch--Again!
by Uma Sackett
After more than six years in networking, Jackie Ulmer started over--and found she was more passionate about the business than she'd known.

October 2002 Issue
A New Brand World: Eight Principles for Achieving Brand Leadership in the 21st Century
by Uma Sackett
by Scott Bedbury with Stephen Fenichell

August 2002 Issue
All in the Family
by Uma Sackett
George and DeDe Shaw sponsored their son, AG and his wife, Maureen, who sponsored her mother, who sponsored her sister... and on it went until over three dozen family members had joined.

August 2002 Issue
A Two-Generation Team
by Uma Sackett
Russ Karlen built a networking empire, but his son Eric joined him only after experiencing the more conventional business world of stock-brokerage.

August 2002 Issue
A Difficult Decision
by Uma Sackett
Mamie Smith was torn between the wishes of two families: the succesfully-networking Herrons (fiance Trey and his parents, Bill and Clem) and her small-business-owner parents, Kathy and Roger Smith. (To see how it worked out in the long run, you'll have to read the story!).

August 2002 Issue
Like Father, Like Son
by Uma Sackett
Young Michael Dorsey grew up learning the networking business almost "by osmosis," he says. It was only after starting his own landscaping business and getting a firm but gentle nudge from wife Amy that Michael joined father Mike in the business.

August 2002 Issue
One Family Member at a Time
by Uma Sackett
Norm Roth refused to give up on networking long after other family members had thrown in the towel; by the time he got it working his family refused to take his calls! But the DNA finally kicked in-cousin Larry joined, then sponsored his father, who sponsored his brother...and the genetic dominoes began to fall.

August 2002 Issue
How to Sell Network Marketing Without Fear, Anxiety or Losing Your Friends
by Uma Sackett
by Michael Oliver

August 2002 Issue
The Cluetrain Manifesto
by Uma Sackett
by Christopher Locke

June 2002 Issue
Ash Sahib:Go Ahead-Break My Record!
by Uma Sackett
He was with his family in New York, on holiday from his native Kuwait. Then the Gulf War broke out.

June 2002 Issue
Marcy Koltun-Crilley: Making It Personal
by Uma Sackett
It took her three tries to find the right company-and just the right balance of personal growth and Internet savvy. It was worth the journey.

June 2002 Issue
How Much is Enough?
by Uma Sackett
by Pamela York Klainer

June 2002 Issue
Leading with Soul
by Uma Sackett
by Lee Bolman and Terrence Deal

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