Be a Network Marketing Superstar: The One Book You Need to Make More Money Than You Ever Thought Possible

The number of people involved in multilevel/network marketing is staggering: 13.3 million people in the U.S. and more than 54 million worldwide, with 175,000 new people in the U.S. signing on each week, and 475,000 per week worldwide. This author's last book ("Make Your First Million in Network Marketing") gave readers an overview of what it takes to succeed in network marketing. (A lot of the books do that.) This new book is a more hands-on guide - featuring worksheets with practical exercises - that hand-holds readers through a 26-step program that will help them become one of the top earners in the industry. "Become A Network Marketing Superstar" will take direct sellers and network (multi-level) marketers through the key steps to joining the highest earners in an industry that has spawned thousands of millionaires and millions of financially independent business owners.

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By Will (Fayetteville, AR) · ★★★★★ · April 25, 2011
Mary Christensen is very easy to read and understand. When I first arrived on the Network Marketing scene, several people recommended her reading because the presentation and fluidity of her information speaks to you.

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By Michael (Dallas, TX) · ★★★☆☆ · June 12, 2014
I was very disappointed. This read like a self-motivational Tony Robbins thing at a very basic level. I suppose this would help a lot of people, as most people don't have the skills and habits discussed. Had I read this 20 years ago, I would have gleaned something out of it. ...more
By Danielle (Jefferson, TX) · ★★★★★ · August 28, 2013
I saw Mary Christensen speak at our annual Thirty-One Gifts conference and she was amazing. Although this book doesn't tell you anything new, it puts things into perspective. It gives you a list of things to do think/do after each chapter. It brings out things in you you may not of realized you w... ...more
By Karen (Champaign, IL) · ★★★☆☆ · January 18, 2012
Same old, same old. No new advice. I liked her other book better. ...more
By Anne (Wilmington, DE) · May 11, 2010
I am on chapter 6 and I love this book, really helping me! ...more