Perceptive readers might note that The Zen of MLM has shown up on Amazon, and even gotten a customer review. Another customer (of identical last name: I sense spousal connection) also just posted a very sweet review of the book on her blog, naming it “2007 Networking Marketing Book of the Year.” An excerpt from that post:
“Get this book into the hands of anyone investigating the business of network marketing for the first time. I wish I had this under my pillow when I began my journey.”
The latest issue of Networking Times has just hit the stands and gone online.
This issue is on Generation Y, and I got to interview two extremely bright and fascinating people of the younger variety: Tami Walsh, woman with a mission and teen life coach extraordinaire; and Rory Vaden, an amazing young man who recently took the silver medal in the Toastmasters World Championship of Public Speaking.
You have to be a paid subscriber to read the features—but you can read my editorial, “Generation What?” just by registering as a free member. If you do, you might recognize it from a post on my JDM blog from early November (I had 19 on my mind at the time).
And while I’m at it, here’s “A Wealth of Possibilities,” my editorial from the previous issue, which I forgot to announce here when it came out (oops!). This one is on my first encounter, at the age of 12, with Buckminster Fuller.