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Network Marketing - changing lives globally

Utah (US), June 2, 2014

Called a recession-proof industry by USA Today, and the "best kept secret in the business world" by Fortune Magazine, direct selling is changing the lives of millions worldwide and generating billions of dollars annually.

Colleges now teach the history and concepts of network marketing to students who face 10.6 per cent  unemployment rates, higher than the overall US population, and 44 per cent are underemployed after graduation.

Job security is a thing of the past, prompting many to turn to direct sales and network marketing as a viable second income source and an opportunity to create personal prosperity.

It is a highly competitive business where a road map detailing the path to personal and team effectiveness helps drive results, ensuring success. When that roadmap is created by someone who earned 6 figures in 3 different direct sales organizations, it is an essential guide for business and personal achievement.

Network Marketing industry expert Clay Stevens' recent bestselling book: "Fast Start - Field Manual" is that road map and more, showing step-by-step how to become an inspirational leader who mentors teams that create wealth that extends into future generations.

It tells how-to do the what-to do, helping millions prosper who choose Network Marketing as a viable career and income resource.

"Business ownership demands personal growth that is not always easy or comfortable. But remember that businesses don't fail because of what people do to them; they fail because of what you must become in order to make them work," remarked Clay Stevens.

Billionaire Warren Buffet called his network marketing company purchase the best investment he had ever made.

According to official data, morre than $31.63 billion was made in direct sales in 2012, up 5.9 per cent from 2011.

The Network Marketing industry increases by more than 600,000 people each year. Over 15.9 million people in the US are involved in direct selling, it added.

According to experts, by 2015, an estimated 50 per cent of households will be involved in some sort of Network Marketing business.-TradeArabia News Service




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