Friends, Lies and Network Marketing Manifesto. Download it here, on the house..
Email it to someone you care about, who isn’t enjoying MLM right now. Here’s how:
At the top right of the link page above, you will see “SEND THIS” That’s it. See it? Click that, and the form to email pops up.
Well done Kim.
I printed the manifesto, put it in a clear folder and put it on our coffee table. My hubby picked it up and had a read and said…”That’s quite good. I will have to read that again. Is that from that book you keep telling me about”.
Thanks for creating a resource for husbands who want to do the business but won’t/can’t read a book about it! 🙂
Kristine…music to my ears…I love creating a reason for a hubby to reconsider their previous doubts…
Kristine, Thanks for the ‘great’ ideas.
My ‘super puke’ husband has become just a ‘pukie’ these days (with the help of some excerpts from Kim’s books).
I’m printing the manifesto as we speak. Think it will really bring him around?
I just read the October 31 Blog “9,124.”
This is for ‘g’ … hope you’re online today.
I for one (and I believe all 365 members of NMC probably feel the same) would promote anything anyone in NMC asked me to. I have that much trust in the people in this community.
I feel proud to be lead by a woman whose work wrt NMing was the first to be chosen and published by ChangeThis, and am excited that Kim’s manifesto hit the 10,000 mark in 30 days.
Last year I was on my way to being a drop-out. Then I stumbled on Kim’s blog. Today I am on my way to being a successful NMer with the help and teachings of Kim Klaver and the comments from NMCers.
Although we are all individuals in this community and most often have different opinions, that is what makes this site so much fun. We are all able to express ourselves and read the different points of view of others.
Your comments were the first I’ve ever read that were just down right rude. I wonder if maybe your comments merely are trying to throw negativity into this site.
Statistics show that people do business with people they ‘know, like and trust.’ Maybe that’s what makes this site so successful.
I clicked on your ‘g’ … no name … no face … just little sketches making promises. I hope you do well with your own community.
>I clicked on your ‘g’ … no name … no face … just little sketches making promises. I hope you do well with your own community.
With due diligence, you’d have found the ‘who’ section. And understood there’s no ‘community’.
And yes, it will do well.
I’ve shared a print copy with other people, as I’m sure many others have. So the number has got to be a lot higher.
The response has been universally positive!
Walter Reade (from Wisconsin)
Congratulations, Kim! Way to go!