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The Success Formula for an ordinary person to make an extra-ordinary amount of money is simple: you must be in the Right Industry at the Right Time with the Right Business.

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The Success Formula for an ordinary person to make an extra-ordinary amount of money is simple: you must be in the Right Industry at the Right Time with the Right Business.

After a phenomenal growth boom that has established the industry of Direct Sales/Network Marketing [now call Network Marketing] in over 100 countries with tens of billions in sales, some are saying that it has peaked and will now decline. The reality is that people are confused about Network Marketing because they don't know how industries grow and don't have the facts.

First year economics students learn that all industries grow in Stages in a Lifecycle. Network Marketing has completed its Establishment stage of its Lifecycle and is now evolving into the next Growth stage. As the name implies, this is the BIG growth stage when high productivity produces big profits. This is when companies like Vodafone, Dell, Google and Body Shop became successful. It's when the more risk-adverse people can make their money.

More than 10 years ago, Ed Ludbrook wrote the book that educated a generation of Network Marketing people about the first 'Establishment' boom. The book sold over 1 million copies in 20 languages.

Now using the latest facts and analysis, Ed has updated his original book to simply explain what drives Network Marketing's growth and more importantly, the fundamental strategic changes that are driving its evolution. You will have 100% Confidence that this is the business to join today by learning:

  • How to spot an industry about to boom
  • The Past, Present and Future of Network Marketing
  • How to pick the right company
  • How to guarantee your success
  • The Pyramid Selling Myth
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