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Network marketing has never been easier, when you have the right mindset. If you apply yourself to these three direct selling ideas taught by Jim Rohn, developing a lucrative second stream of income is right around the corner. Learn the philosophies that million dollar earners in network marketing use to earn the lifestyle that you dream about today. These three philosophies have been used by tens of thousands of high income earners to build an army of motivated people in their downline. Imagine what you can do with Jim Rohn’s top three success principles of network marketing in your recruiting efforts and in motivating people to achieve their dreams. Put the power of ideas to work in your business today.
©2014 Chris Widener (P)2014 Chris Widener
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By Pablo on 11-30-15

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great audio, lots of philosophy , education of making a fortune, self education is a way to go.



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2 out of 5 stars
By Allen on 08-20-17

For the length & content (principles, examples) ..

this 47 minute audiobook could be considered a great value at 99 cents. at any other (higher) price -- it's overpriced.

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