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Networking Star – Featuring ARIIX’s Riley Timmer

Riley Timmer is the successful COO of ARIIX, a new network marketing company. ARIIX is already selling millions of dollars of product across the world every month and Riley has achieved levels of success most people only dream of. However, Riley sometimes puts work ahead of his health and with a history of heart disease in his family, he better make some changes soon.

Watch as we put Riley Timmer and ARIIX representative, Vern Lapuz, through a tough workout and experience the thrill of surfing waves of wind through paragliding.

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Networking Star – You CAN Do More

You CAN do more. You can make a change in your health and your life. True success is not measured in material objects, rather, in the total quality of life you lead. Money and Power come in a distant last place when considering health, family and happiness. We all need and want wealth, but how do we achieve both without compromising one or the other? That my friends, is the 65 million dollar question. The first step in knowing that it can be done, the next step is setting a goal… any goal! In this episode, Jeff shows us its never too late to make a drastic change, reinvent ourselves and challenge our own physical limits.

Networking Star – A Body In Motion

A body in motion, stays in motion.  Entrepreneurs are known for being some of the hardest working people on the planet, but guess what, all those long hours sitting at a desk will take its toll. Excellent health is your greatest asset and your business depends on you being at the top of your game everyday.  Jeff reminds us that you need to both work hard, and play hard.  Getting active is your best bet towards long-term business success!

Networking Star – ARIIX Distributors: Werner Berger and Heshie Segal

Networking Star is proud to introduce Werner Berger and his wife Heshie Segal; two very inspiring people with a fantastic story. Watch what moves them, and why they are building ARIIX.

NetworkingStar – Jeff Boyle

Jeff Boyle, a founder of Networking Star, shares his passion of network marketing by recounting a very recent and traumatic experience. Networking Star is devoted to the entrepreneur and telling their stories. We would love to tell yours. Contact Us for an opportunity to be featured. – Featuring Tim Sales

Failure to train your team can kill your business. Make no mistake about it, we are in a confidence business, and proper training brings confidence.

In this week’s episode of Networking Star, we featured Tim Sales, a MLM training and marketing professional. We spent three days with Tim going to his house, watching him speak to his groups, and spending time with his family. Tim has built huge groups in his lifetime, coached hundreds of thousands of distributors from many different companies, and now Tim is the master distributor for Ariix. One message became very clear when we were with Tim, “Train your team thoroughly if you want them to succeed.”

Tim used to be on the Navy bomb squad. There he was trained every day to learn the importance of getting things right. In that job, if you were not properly trained, you died. Network marketing is not so drastic, but the life and death of our businesses is on the line and we have to take training far more seriously.

Companies that make large investments in people will have lower turnover, which will create higher company satisfaction, and will create significantly higher profits. Good leaders know through training who will be the next super star in their group and who needs more nurturing to make it in MLM. Author, Laurie Bassi, said that education and training are the most significant predictor of an organization’s success as compared to price-to-earning ratios, price-to-book statistics, and measures of risk and volatility. In other words, train your people.

Many network marketing leaders fail to see the importance of training because it is time consuming and mentoring people can be draining. This is lazy and short sighted. New team members devour training and are hungry for more. If we want our groups to grow, we cannot look past our people hunting for better numbers. If we truly want better numbers, great results, team synergy, and confidence from our teams; Tim Sales is right, training is the answer.

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