7 Jul 2011, 5:21pm
Spirit and Money Successful Networking What It Takes To Win

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  • It Is All About the Residual

    Today’s guest blogger 😉 is the brilliant Randy Gage.

    It is better to have a permanent income than to be fascinating.

    Sage advice from Oscar Wilde.  And nowhere in the world can you set up a better conduit for residual income than Network Marketing.  But to do that, you can’t be a superhero.  True residual comes from following a system, and training your people to do the same.

    Sometimes that means curbing your ego.  Sometimes it means passing up on things that could work well for you, but not be duplicated by others.

    If you have true duplication and residual income, it means your people also have duplication and have the same opportunity as you.  And that’s what makes our business better than any other in the world!


    If you are not subscribed to Randy’s blog you can do that for free at http://networkmarketingtimes.com

    FYI, I am not in Randy’s MLM nor do I make any money from recommending his blog. It’s just good stuff.

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    Interesting post, I like the way you write. Just bookmarked your blog and will visit at least once a week.
    Please do feel free to email me if you have some exclusive information on this topic.


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