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March 2017 Issue
Buy One, Give One
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Sam Caster and Steve Burns are social entrepreneurs with a passion for helping children. After working in the network marketing space for two decades, they knew it was the perfect business model for Social Business 3.0, as it provides a platform and distribution system that allows all people to benefit. Sam and Steve's company calls its distributors Facilitators of Hope. In just one year, they have donated over 7 million daily servings of whole food nutrition to children in need. Their 10-year goal is to donate that much a day, thus resolving the global issue of malnourished children once and for all.

June 2016 Issue
Are You an EntrePrincess?
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Based in Munich, Germany, Elena Herdieckerhoff is a successful serial entrepreneur with clients all over the world. Elena is also an HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) who has learned to turn her sensitivity into her greatest business asset. Elena’s passion is to show HSP entrepreneurs how to leverage their natural strengths while gently healing their limiting beliefs and mindset blocks. Through her coaching and online courses, she helps solopreneurs and top achievers create a lifestyle that supports their personality.

May 2016 Issue
Falling in Love with Iran
by Dr. Josephine Gross
In October 2014 Payam Moghim became our first Networking Times subscriber from Iran. Payam discovered networking marketing in 2004 and cofounded the Hadi Business Institute to promote entrepreneurship and network marketing education. Hosting seminars with business leaders from all over the world, Payam invited John Milton Fogg to speak at Iran’s first generic network marketing training event in 2015. In May 2016 Margie Aliprandi accompanied Payam and John on a speaking tour in Tehran and Isfahan. Being there to help shape the profession and train its top achievers was a life-changing experience for all.

April 2016 Issue
Liberty's Calling
by Dr. Josephine Gross
The Statue of Liberty is a powerful visual reminder to the world that America values human liberty. Dr. Viktor E. Frankl who wrote Man’s Search for Meaning suggested that we also need a symbol that represents responsibility. Inspired by Dr. Frankl’s vision, sculptor Gary Lee Price and the Responsibility Foundation are creating a statue the size of the Statue of Liberty to remind people that rights come with responsibilities. Entrepreneurs of all ages are getting involved to build the Statue of Responsibility on the Pacific coast to bookend the Statue of Liberty on the Atlantic coast.

March 2016 Issue
Raise Your Emotional Currency
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Woody Woodward is a bestselling author and success strategist who works with top business professionals and organizations on achieving peak performance. He is the pioneer and founder of “Your Emotional Fingerprint™,” a cutting-edge human technology that allows one to strip back the layers of excuses and build a proper foundation for personal responsibility and top achievement. In this article, Woody walks us through the Emotional Fingerprint process and show us how to use it in business.

February 2016 Issue
Follow Your Joy
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Last October Eric Worre’s Recruiting Mastery gathered 8,000 entrepreneurs from 85 countries and 173 companies. Shortly after Jordan Adler took the stage, he proceeded to auction off a signed $100 bill to the highest bidder. The winner turned out to be a serial entrepreneur and student of personal development, David C. Martin. His outrageous act of bravery and unbridled generosity trans-formed the crowd.

January 2016 Issue
Sharing the Bounty of Residual Income
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Dr. Steven Hryszczuk is an American anesthesiologist who is currently living in rural Honduras where he volunteers his services at a Christian mission hospital. Responding to a need, Steve moved there in January 2015 with his wife and four young children. How was he able to pull this off financially? It all started in 2007, when a friend introduced him to network marketing.

June 2013 Issue
Giving Changes Everything
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Sam Caster has always had a heart for leadership, intercultural understanding, and humanitarian outreach. After founding a network marketing company based in Texas, he recently transitioned his business into a social entrepreneurship model by integrating giving as a core component to their mission. He recently rallied his associates around a movement he calls Mission 5 Million, linking 5 million consumers with 5 million children in need. At a recent symposium on social enterprise, Sam had a chance to share his vision with Vicente Fox and Dr. Muhammad Yunus.

June 2010 Issue
Love at Work
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Patrick Liew is CEO of Singapore’s number one real estate agency and cofounder of one of the largest e-learning companies in the world. Both businesses started growing exponentially when they adopted network marketing as their distribution system. Over the years, Patrick grew so convinced of the economic and transformative power of the business model that he now also uses its principles to operate his charity programs. Patrick is the recipient of numerous business awards and a frontrunner for an emerging generation of business leaders committed to eradicating poverty and restoring global balance.

March 2010 Issue
Little by Little, We Will Arrive - Part Two
by John David Mann
This January, when we heard the news of the massive earthquake that had hit Haiti, we immediately thought of Margaret Trost, network marketing leader and founder of the What If? Foundation, featured in our Heart of Business story in December 2002. Margaret started her non-profit in January of 2000, after she visited the tiny island country for the first time on a mission to see if, through the effort of helping others, she could heal her own heartache. Over the past decade, the foundation has changed many lives and today is focused not only on immediate relief efforts but also on helping to rebuild in a sustainable way.

June 2009 Issue
Spirit Wings Kids, Inc.
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Donna Johnson has been a full-time network marketing leader for thirty-two years. She has been a top earner in her company for the past twenty-two years and is passionate about helping others create what she calls 3-D success: 1) make a difference in the world; 2) create a balanced life; 3) enjoy financial peace. To fulfill the “make a difference” part of her vision, she created Spirit Wings Kids, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to transforming and empowering children and their families.

April 2009 Issue
Finding Balance within the Roller Coaster
by John David Mann
John Castagnini’s Thank God I… book series, seminars and online community are dedicated to the proposition that all events are perfect, even if they don’t always feel perfect at the time, and that adversity can be a doorway to inspired living. A prolific author, poet, musician, teacher and entrepreneur, John frequently speaks to audiences of network marketers about rejection and how to balance their emotions.

March 2009 Issue
License to Retire
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Judy O’Higgins was a counselor specializing in women’s issues when she discovered network marketing. She loved her career but didn’t want to continue it into her old age. She was looking for a way to diversify her income when a friend offered her a network marketing opportunity. Judy started building a business part-time, but her company went out of business. She eventually found a product that allowed her to touch lives much in the way she did in her counseling practice.

February 2009 Issue
A Family Affair
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Dr. Barbara Beaty was a nutritional counselor and teacher when one day a former client handed her a catalog and asked her to evaluate some health and wellness products. After trying the products and loving them, Barbara naturally started sharing them with others, but she felt almost embarrassed to mention the business opportunity. She overcame her resistance to network marketing by educating herself about the profession and went on to build a large organization.

January 2009 Issue
The MORE Project
by Dr. Josephine Gross
The MORE Project is a nonprofit organization entirely funded by a network marketing company through donations and volunteer activities. The company’s founder Dallin Larson always wanted to give back to the country of Brazil, because the key ingredient in his company’s product, the açai berry, happens to be found in the Brazilian rainforest. He made the two-way flow of giving and receiving an integral part of his company culture.

June 2008 Issue
Filling Empty Bowls
by John David Mann
Thirty years ago, Larry Jones and his wife began operating a volunteer charity effort from their kitchen table. Today, Feed The Children has grown to become one of the world’s largest private charitable organizations. Feed The Children has provided food and other essentials to children and families affected by hunger, poverty and natural disasters in 118 countries. The organization takes large donations of product from a network marketing company and distributes it to needy people.

May 2008 Issue
From Parenting to Networking
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Mark Fournier is founder of the Center for Empowerment and creator of the Empowerful program series. Growing up in a family of networkers, he gained a tremendous insight into the networking profession and discovered many parallels with the job of parenting. Today he has created an empowerment program for the networking community called Empowerful Networking, furthering his life mission "to inspire and empower people to lead meaningful lives of passion and purpose."

April 2008 Issue
Success and Significance
by John David Mann
Father Sirico is a Catholic priest who quotes Thomas Aquinas and Genesis, but also cites Solzhenitsyn and Peter Drucker. Concerned that the insufficient grasp of economic principles left students of religion poorly equipped to address real-life social issues, Father Sirico cofounded the Acton Institute, whose mission is “to promote a free, virtuous and humane society by demonstrating the compatibility of faith, liberty and free economic activity.”

March 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.

February 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.

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