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June 2005 Issue
Learning the Profession
by John David Mann
Nothing in Doug Jones’s Ivy League education, tour as a Naval officer in Vietnam or role as controller and then president of the family business prepared him for his encounter with network marketing. As Doug puts it, “I’d never sold anything—which meant I’d never really listened!”

June 2005 Issue
Learning How to Fly
by John David Mann
Watching Jim Bartlett at the controls of a vintage World War II fighter plane, you’d think he’d been doing it all his life. Watching Jim in business is like that too: he’s built a million-dollar organization in just a year and a half—but that “overnight success” came only after a few decades of patient dedication.

May 2005 Issue
A Shared Career in Wellness
by John David Mann
Stephen Weinstein was a CEO with a specialty in turning around ailing hospitals; Sharon Weinstein had worked in the world of nursing for over 35 years. The last thing either expected was to carve out a new career in network marketing—but sometimes life takes surprising turns.

May 2005 Issue
The Business of Fulfilled Lives
by John David Mann
Charles and Diane Bennett enjoyed a successful career in insurance for decades. The two worked well together and seemed destined to sail off into the sunset as insurance brokers—when they discovered network marketing.

March 2005 Issue
More Than Skin Care
by John David Mann
When home party hostess Terri Wood decided to dip her toes in the water of

March 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.

February 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.

February 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.

January 2005 Issue
Networking to Nashville
by Kurt Inderbitzin
At 23, Stacy and David Whited decided to postpone their dream of moving to Nashville to support Stacy's career as a country singer. Seven years later, after establishing a solid financial foundation through networking, they made their move.

January 2005 Issue
Overcoming Circumstances
by Kurt Inderbitzin
Barry Donalson had pulled himself up by the proverbial bootstraps and earned a promising position with Lexus when he happened to encounter the idea of network marketing.

July 2004 Issue
Freedom From a Wheelchair
by Kurt Inderbitzin
Billie Jo Fiege was bedridden with a full-blown and utterly debilitating case of fibromyalgia, until an acupuncturist suggested she try replacing her usual personal care products with some toxin-free versions.

July 2004 Issue
A Real-Life Movie
by Kurt Inderbitzin
After the recession of the late 90s forced Roger and Tracy Kaman out of business and took their home, they lived a nomadic existence with their four children—until they found their way to network marketing.

June 2004 Issue
Taking the Stage
by Kurt Inderbitzin
At the age of five, Brittany Karlen was climbing the stage to take part in her dad's opportunity presentations. Fifteen years later, successfully juggling a college schedule with a full-time networking business, she's coming into her own.

June 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 2004 Issue
The Crucial Missing Ingredient
by Kurt Inderbitzin
For most of his life, Jeffrey Wayne Lewis felt without direction or goal; his life just didn't seem to come together. Then he discovered Buddhism, his partner Gailann Greene, and network marketing.

May 2004 Issue
Acts of Kindness
by Kurt Inderbitzin
After escaping an abusive alcoholic husband, Deborah Brewer
managed to carve out a life for herself and her two children--and ended up building a triumphantly successful career.

Feb/Mar 2004 Issue
Dorothy Patterson: Good For the Soul
by John David Mann
When Dorothy and Pat Patterson found their finances in a shambles, she got down on her knees and prayed. More than three decades later, she reflects on the riches that have since blessed her life.

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
The Roots of Success
by Kurt Inderbitzin
With over three decades invested in a successful dental practice, Roger Boger walked away from it one day—for a business that better supported his life’s purpose.

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