QNET Bloggers on their journey and growth in Business and more
This week, two of our bloggers submitted posts about their QNET journey so far. Two others wrote about the uniqueness and benefits of the network marketing business. One wrote about how personalities are sharpened in the QNET business and another one offered tips and pointers on how to Raise The Bar Higher. Read on!
Maria Brown is a first-time QNET blogger and in her maiden post entitled My Journey So Far in QNET, she talks about how a QNET product changed her life, shares her thoughts on the network marketing industry and gives a loving tribute to Andy Mansoori, her mentor in the business who she secretly calls ‘my earth angel.’
Dhara Purohit, in her new post, looks back on 3-years with QNET. She pens down her learnings and realisations and thanks the people who were instrumental to how she got to where she is now. Read her post entitled Gifts from my journey…
Ranvir puts up a very visual and information-packed post on network marketing – what people think about it, what experts say about it, what the global statistics say and what relevant literature to read. Read and share his post entitled Why Network Marketing??? Why NOT!!!
Yves Olivier offers some fantastic tips and pointers on how to achieve excellence in the network marketing profession. Learn from his post entitled Raise the bar higher! The oath of excellence of QNET Independent Representatives.
These next posts are written in French so you might need Google Translate to read them.
Adama Traoré writes about the simplicity of the QNET business and the simplicity the Independent Representatives must observe or practice in doing the business to keep their working system and strategies duplicable. His post is entitled La simplicité.
Ange Zobo’s new post contains some interesting thoughts on how personalities are developed in network marketing, specifically in the QNET business. Read his post entitled QNET Aiguise Notre Personnalité.
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