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January 2005 Issue
Your Life Is a Series of Presentations
by John David Mann
Tony Jeary, aka Mr. Presentation(tm), has traveled the globe for two decades teaching others how to present with excellence. Zig Ziglar called his Inspire Any Audience

August 2004 Issue
On the Fertile Edge of Chaos
by John David Mann
Danah Zohar’s Spiritual Capital presents a vision of a capitalist society that transcends greed and materialism and offers a blueprint for free enterprise in a values-based business culture. She talks with Networking Times about “quantum thinking” in business and explains why living “on the edge of chaos” makes this a most creative time.

July 2004 Issue
The Magic of Structure
by John David Mann
Network marketer and international marketing consultant Rick Tonita has applied the work of Peter Senge and Robert Fritz on systems
theory and continuous learning to network marketing, resulting in a powerful formula that has clients with prospects on waiting lists.

June 2004 Issue
Fifteen-Year-Old CEO
by John David Mann
Cameron Johnson may not be 20 years old yet, but his experiences, business savvy and commonsense wisdom make him a business leader that 30-year-olds (and older) could well afford to listen to.

May 2004 Issue
Would You Autograph Your Life?
by John David Mann
As a young woman just finishing her first year as a school teacher, Dianna Booher asked herself a hard question:

Feb/Mar 2004 Issue
Know Thy Customer
by John David Mann
Martha Rogers, Ph.D., co-author of The One to One Future (widely regarded as the "bible of the customer strategy revolution"), has emerged over the past decade as one of the world's leading experts on customer-based business strategies.

January 2004 Issue
Your Life Equals What You Believe
by John David Mann
One of the world’s leading authorities on the power of thoughts over cir- cumstances, Randy Gage transformed from a down-and-out business failure to a multi-millionaire, philanthropist and one-man business phe- nomenon. The lessons learned along the way have inspired millions around the world.

Nov/Dec 2003 Issue
Creating a Life of Significance
by John David Mann
Nido Qubein arrived in the US as a teenager with no money and no English. Today he is one of the nation’s most successful businessmen and philanthropists. In this interview, he speaks about what network marketers have to offer a world whose confidence in its business leaders has been shaken.

September 2003 Issue
The Learning Organization
by John Milton Fogg
A Conversation with MIT Professor and Best-Selling Author Peter Senge (The Fifth Discipline)
Director of the famed think tank, Global Society for Organizational Learning, Peter Senge is the scholar behind the “Learning Organization” concept widely embraced by many of today’s leading corporations. In this penetrating interview, Peter examines the essence of learning and asks, “What’s my part in creating the kind of world I’d actually be proud to leave my grandkids?”

August 2003 Issue
Coaching From Spirit
by John Milton Fogg
A Conversation with Sharon Wilson. Once an accomplished executive in the corporate fast lane, Sharon Wilson now coaches high-powered businesspeople from the same world she once inhabited. Sharon sees a sea change in the world of business today—and sees the world of networking as a rich opportunity to experience that change at the leading edge.

July 2003 Issue
Loyalty and Leadership
by John Milton Fogg
Co-creator of PSI Seminars with her husband Tom in 1973, Jane has carried on their pioneering self-development work since Tom’s death ten years later. In this interview, Willhite talks about what it means practically to follow a path of loyalty, and explores the kinds of behaviors that engender loyalty in others.

June 2003 Issue
The Mood of the Team
by John Milton Fogg
A Conversation with Chris Majer
Trainer and coach to world-class athletes, big businesses (such as AT&T, Intel, and Nike); and elite military units of Army Special Forces, Marines and Navy Seals, Chris Majer talks about the essential leadership responsibilities and key management strategies required to establish and maintain the direction and health of a high-
performance team.

May 2003 Issue
Connecting at a Deeper Level
by John Milton Fogg
A Conversation with Larry Wilson, Pioneering Founder: Wilson
Learning Corporation Co-author of the best-selling The One-Minute $ales Person, Wilson is one of the true pioneers of the personal growth and development industry; and perhaps more importantly, he was the man who brought the field legitimacy by taking his work to corporate America.

April 2003 Issue
Why You Should Retire Rich
by John Milton Fogg
A Conversation with Sandy Botkin, author of Lower Your Taxes— Big Time: Wealth Building, Tax Reduction Secrets from an IRS Insider
Nobody knows more about how to manage the financial affairs of network marketers—and how to maximize your business for earnings and savings—than Sandy Botkin, who shares key strategies no networker can afford to ignore.

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