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April 2017 Issue
From Mass Marketing to Me Marketing
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Denis Waitley is one of America's most respected authors, keynote speakers, and productivity consultants on high performance human achievement. With millions of audio programs sold in over a dozen languages, Denis is one of the most listened-to voices on personal and career success.

January 2017 Issue
The 15 Laws of Growth
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Dr. John C. Maxwell is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, coach, and speaker who has sold more than 25 million books in 50 languages. John has always had a love for network marketers and admired their desire for growth. Last fall his company organized a first global Simulcast training for network marketers that reached every state in the U.S. and 79 other countries. John was joined by top leaders who delivered high-impact lessons as they helped customize John's 15 Laws of Growth for the network marketing profession. This January John partnered with over 60 leaders to launch an exclusive, 12-week online class for network marketing entrepreneurs who want to accelerate their business growth and revenues in 2017.

June 2016 Issue
Power of One
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Based in Indonesia, Onggy Hianata is an international network marketing leader whose organization spans five continents. Onggy grew up in dire poverty and started his network marketing business from scratch in 1992. After many ups and downs, he finally created a successful “support system” for his team called Freedom Faithnet Global (FFG). Onggy and his leaders are famous for organizing transformational boot camps that help participants improve in all aspects of their lives. Onggy’s dream is to leave a global legacy of human development and trans-generational wealth.

May 2016 Issue
Leading the Next Generation
by Dr. Josephine Gross
David Anderson and Mark Nathan are Millennial entrepreneurs from very diverse backgrounds. David worked on Wall Street and at the White House and is currently the CEO of KeepGlobal.com. Mark was born into a family of Burmese and Filipino immigrants, paid his way through college as an actor, and has been a full-time network marketing entrepreneur for the past seven years. David and Mark are the coauthors of The Delusion of Passion: Why Millennials Struggle to Find Success. Their goal was to clear up some of the misunderstandings about their generation while helping Millennials understand themselves and pursue their purpose with passion.

January 2014 Issue
The Courage to Lead
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Mary Christensen is one of the world’s most sought-after speakers and trainers in the direct selling and network marketing space. Bestselling author of Be a Direct Selling Superstar, Mary has the credibility that comes from success in every aspect of direct sales. She left teaching to start her first direct selling business and soon after founded her own company where she sponsored a thousand people in her first year. She is a former CEO of two network marketing corporations and past president of the Direct Selling Association of New Zealand. 

May 2013 Issue
The Gift of a Lifetime
by Dr. Josephine Gross
If you ask network marketers around the world where they got their entrepreneurship education, many will credit Robert Kiyosaki’s Rich Dad Poor Dad books. Fewer are familiar with the coauthor to the series, Sharon Lechter, a world-renowned entrepreneur, author, and speaker in her own right. Sharon founded Pay Your Family First, a financial education organization, and YOUTHpreneur, an innovative new way to spark the entrepreneurial spirit in children. Since 1992, she has dedicated her career to the creation and distribution of financial education books, games, and other experiential learning tools and events.

May 2013 Issue
Help Me and Let Me Help You
by Dr. Josephine Gross
Dr. Bakary Kante, a U. N. Environment Program director based in Kenya, is launching a think tank for African governments, entrepreneurs, and educational institutions to come together and explore sustainable business practices based on cooperation, partnership, and contribution. Having a strong personal testimony of how network marketing changed the lives of his family and loved ones, Dr. Kante will be working with African heads of state to embrace and promote network marketing as a powerful vehicle and proven solution to some of the most pressing problems challenging his continent.

April 2013 Issue
The Happiness Revolution
by John David Mann
A distinguished researcher and highly engaging speaker, Shawn Achor has garnered a well-earned reputation as one of the world’s top authorities on positive psychology and its impact in the workplace. Michelle Gielan, who with Shawn cofounded the Institute for Applied Positive Research, worked as a network news anchor for two national news programs, but left at the height of her career because she realized she was telling negative stories and wanted to find a more positive way to reach people. Shawn and Michelle see network marketing as an ideal playground for spreading happiness.

March 2013 Issue
Strength Comes from Unity
by Dr. Josephine Gross
In 2012, Garrett McGrath, president of the Association of Network Marketing Professionals (ANMP) invited Chris Gross to run to fill a vacancy in the ANMP board of directors. Inspired by Garrett’s vision and leadership, Chris accepted and was voted in. In March 2013, both Chris and Dr. Josephine Gross were elected as members of the ANMP’s new board of directors. We interviewed Garrett McGrath to help our readers understand what the ANMP is, who is involved, and why network marketing professionals from all over the world are excited to join.

March 2013 Issue
The Original Social Network
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Tracking its roots to 1910 and renamed in 1968, the Direct Selling Association (DSA) boasts close to 200 member companies, and its sister organization, the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations (WFDSA), serves national direct selling associations in sixty countries around the world. For this issue on compliance, we sat down with Joe Mariano, president of the DSA, to talk about our profession’s state of the union. Given that the last time we interviewed the president of the DSA was ten years ago, we asked Joe Mariano how things have changed in the past decade.

February 2013 Issue
Against All Odds
by John David Mann
Sybil Temtchine is the producer/co-writer and star of the new movie Audrey. In 2009 Sybil contacted John David Mann as she was looking for investors to produce her film. This started a correspondence around the ideas of authenticity, entrepreneurialism, and other themes of John’s book The Go-Giver. When Sybil described how she sat in a bookstore and made a list of 200 authors who wrote about empowering women, then used that list to “cold call” for possible investors, John knew this story had to be told in Networking Times.

May 2012 Issue
The Professor of Network Marketing
by John David Mann
You may recognize the name Charles King from the classic video presentation Brilliant Compensation, created by Dr. King and network marketing legend Tim Sales in 1998. Dr. King also brought academic credibility to network marketing in the mid-nineties with his famed certification seminar at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Holding a doctorate in business administration from Harvard University, Charles's background is distinguished by his double-barreled accomplishments in both academia and the business world. This fall, Dr. King joins Networking University as its first president.

May 2012 Issue
The Business of Global Oneness
by John David Mann
Growing up in Belgium, Josephine Gross says she was always interested in education and healing. As she was finishing her undergraduate work in humanities, a visit to California ended up completely changing her life. She pursued doctoral studies at Stanford University focusing on the symbol of the hermaphrodite. Today she applies her education to her work as cofounder of Networking Times, where her broader philosophical mission is 'to explore and teach business practices based on our awareness of the interconnectedness of all life."

March 2011 Issue
The Global Generation
by John David Mann
For this issue on the Millennial generation, we decided to explore the concept of "emerging adulthood," the life stage from the late teens through the twenties, and interview the man who coined the term. A research professor in psychology at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, Dr. Jeffrey Arnett first presented his theory of emerging adulthood in an article in American Psychologist in 2000, followed by numerous scholarly articles on the same topic. That article has been widely cited and its premise broadly embraced, leading to the publication in 2004 of his book, Emerging Adulthood: The Winding Road from Late Teens through the Twenties.

February 2011 Issue
The Biggest Shift in the Twenty-First Century
by John David Mann
Maddy Dychtwald is cofounder of Age Wave, the nation’s foremost thought leader on population aging and its socioeconomic implications. Her new book Influence chronicles the rising economic power of women. Dubbing this growing force a “sleeping giantess,” Dychtwald quotes past U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich: “I wouldn’t be surprised if, in ten years, the typical woman in the workforce was earning more than the typical man.” But that is not the book’s conclusion, only its starting place: Dychtwald goes on to explore the impact this shift is having on the world.

January 2011 Issue
The Age of Transparency
by John David Mann
Mike Dillard is considered one of the leading authorities on what has become known as "attraction marketing," and the intersection of Internet marketing with network marketing. More than a million people have subscribed to his Video Boot Camp newsletter, and his Magnetic Sponsoring system is one of the most widely used, studied and discussed models in the business. In this article, Mike comments on how the Internet has changed the business landscape in general, and the challenges and opportunities this shift presents to the network marketing profession.

June 2010 Issue
How Network Marketing Will Save the World
by John David Mann
Founder and Executive Chairman of a massively successful global conglomerate, Vijay Eswaran is also a bestselling author and a widely respected economist. The company Vijay chairs happens to own a network marketing company whose business is spread over some 200 countries around the globe. Vijay, or “Dato’” (an honorary title, something like the “Sir” of knighthood, conferred on Eswaran by the Sultan of Pahang) as he is called in his home country Malaysia, is a passionate and articulate spokesman for the future of network marketing and its value not only to individuals but also to the global economy.

May 2010 Issue
Learning from a Lion
by John David Mann
There is probably no name in all of network marketing more storied than that of Mark Yarnell. After building a gigantic organization in the mid-eighties, the minister-turned-networker became one of the best known and most passionate advocates for the business. His bestselling book Your First Year in Network Marketing, published in thirteen languages, is considered a veritable bible of the profession. Mark's charitable work earned him the Nevada Philanthropist of the Year Award from the Washington Times.

February 2010 Issue
The Emotional Golden Ratio
by John David Mann
Dr. Barbara Fredrickson is a Kenan Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the Positive Emotions and Psychophysiology Laboratory at the University of North Carolina. She has studied the effects of positive emotions for over twenty years, and what she discovered and teaches has made her a luminary in the world of psychology. Yet, Dr. Fredrickson wants the news about positivity to spread beyond the scientific community, so she wrote
Positivity to share her insights and lab-tested advice with the widest possible audience.

January 2010 Issue
The Best Service in the World
by John David Mann
Tony Hsieh joined Zappos in 1999, just three months after the company started. Within a few years, they developed a company culture focused on ensuring that every customer interaction results in customer delight. Building a huge word-of-mouth reputation among their legion of devoted customers, Zappos grew from an idea to over $1 billion in annual gross sales. Today Tony runs a billion-dollar empire that has the culture and feel of a mom-and-pop store, where good things are happening and business is always fun.

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