Network Marketing in the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s was truly an emerging business model driven by great entrepreneurs … but without a lot of regard for the aftereffects of their philosophies and practices. The result was a public that did not have a wonderful opinion of these kinds of companies.

One of the first thought leaders to recognize this dysfunctional path and offer insights into changing it was author John Milton Fogg. John had created a leading-edge magazine for Network Marketing leaders called Upline. Subscribers to Upline were given a monthly dose of a new set of philosophies to help us pay attention to the health of our soul – our integrity – as we go about building these giant empires. 

Upline created the first ever generic leadership bonding event called “The Mastermind Event” where John brought high-level competitors together to share their teachings with each other’s teams. It was the first of what was to become many collaborative events in our profession.

The pinnacle of John’s work is the book The Greatest Networker in the World. In this masterpiece you will find a role model for the Network Marketing Renaissance Man … or Woman. You. You are the future of our great profession, and in this book you will find the philosophical roadmap of who you can become to restore dignity, honor, trust and respect to this Eighth Wonder of the World.

The Greatest Networker in the World is not a book to read … but rather, a book to study and share with every team member. It literally will change your life.

– Richard –