New School of Network Marketing June 24-August 23, 2006

HarvardKim Klaver’s New School of Network Marketing Summer School: A 9-week program for the new network sellers…

June 24 – August 23, 2006
20 teleclasses, 60 or 90 minutes each
Whole Enchilada also available (yes, with discount).

“The New School curriculum is for a new kind of network seller – someone who loves their product or business, thinks it can make a difference, and knows that success is not easy. The new network seller will not trade their friends, principles or self-esteem for a fast start bonus.

The classes are the building blocks of the New School model, triggered by today’s marketplace. Consumers no longer tolerate marketers’ empty promises, half-truths or hype. Instead, they are attracted to sellers who use words they can understand and trust, sellers who are transparent and genuine, warts and all.

Genuine network sellers have a big edge today: We are product users and lovers; so, we can speak with a genuine voice, and tell an authentic story. One just has to learn how.

Each class stands alone and may be taken individually. You can choose either live classes on the phone with computer download, or just the download. A Certificate of Completion is given upon completion of all the classes in the curriculum.”

Pricing: $39 or $49/session (60 or 90 mins each) including MP3 Downloads. Or get the MP3s for half. Small chunks of time; small chunks of gold. Do you see yourself as the new network seller described above?

See class description and sign-up.

First 50 only. 🙂

(Yes, teaching is what I do for a living. Blogging and Podcasting I do well, just because. And yes too, that’s Harvard up top, my Alma Mater.)

This will be the only announcement of this program in this forum.

Intro conf. calls to program Fri and Sat 6.16-17. Email [fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” padding=”” margin_top=”0px” margin_bottom=”0px” class=”” id=”” animation_type=”” animation_speed=”0.3″ animation_direction=”left” hide_on_mobile=”no” center_content=”no” min_height=”none”][Kim at bananamarketing dot com] with subject: New School calls. (Gratis, natch.)[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]

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Kim Klaver


  • Hmmm . . . maybe you should raffle off one of the classes? How about to the first guy from Appleton who replies to this blog entry? 🙂

    Seriously, though, I’m working my way through all of your current CDs (via Jiggerbug). It’s only a matter of time before I crave for more.

    — Walter from Appleton, WI

  • In my role as ‘non-participating analyst’ (I’m not a NM-er and earn my money by writing about and advising some who are), I read this post and link enthusiastically. It looks excellent… the strongest presentation of basic essentials I’ve seen. Should do well.

    And with >This will be the only announcement of this program in this forum.< I think K does herself and this program a dis-service. Considering the dual aspects of
    1) The strength of the material, and
    2) The mile-wide market gap for such an offer
    It’s one of the most noteworthy developments I’ve seen and as such is worthy of further attention and discussion.

    But that’s just my view and I’m genuinely interested to hear what others say. My agenda is simple…

    With an out-of-the-industry perspective I often write unglowingly about the business and much of the populace: ‘too many stupid & greedy yo-yos who neither know nor care enough about sensible commercial principle & practice which can help them build better businesses… and who thus bumble/hare-around achieving little else other than making a damn nuisance of themselves before they quit the business’.

    I don’t write that way to piss-off and beat-up-on people. I do it because sadly, it’s a dominant view among many in-and-outside the business – similar to that old JC ‘low rent’ quip. More importantly, it’s a viewpoint I want to counter and shift.

    Wait-up… before you leap at me. Defensive affrontery is futile and this is something which can only be changed by recognition and acceptance of the situation/problem – something KK does boldly and competently. With a few more like her this business would have far less problems. With fifty more, it”d have next-to-none. [And no, I don’t get paid for writing this.]

    Constructively, a few months back I penned a title for a colleague project. Without plugging it (not my thing, and this not an appropriate venue – to do so would be disrespectful of my host), the title is important: ‘In Search & Praise of Network Marketing Excellence’. It’s that upon which I’d rather base my reporting – not more ‘hey did you hear the one about… sheesh!’.

    On what I’ve seen, that program is a good move toward a genuinely better class of (Net)worker and thus merits keen attention – that’s why I’ve selfishly hogged this space in an effort to keep it in focus rather than pushed off-page by the continuing flow of daily entries.

    Next… 😉

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