How do you define success? According to, success is defined as a favorable or desired outcome, or the attainment of wealth, favor or eminence. How do you define celebrate? I’m not going to pull this one out of some online dictionary. To celebrate is to PARTY! Now, combine the two...

Here is an amazing woman - mom, wife, friend, real estate professional and flies the friendly skies. And guess what - she is also a network marketer. Read between the lines on this one everybody. The woman will be financially free in 2010. This is very powerful and inspiring.

Love is all you need! There are a lot of things in life that I love, especially network marketing. I don't look to build my team FOR ME, to "get him". I love my team. Does your team feel your appreciation? Do they continue so as not to disappoint? Who do you love? Make sure you tell them.

My wife and I are reading a book called "His Needs/Her Needs" by Willard F. Harley, Jr. He explains a marriage can only thrive if both partners are getting their needs met. Sounds simple. He also says that each partner needs to know the others needs. So what would your spouse like more of, money to spend or time with you?

10 months after my network marketing reintroduction, I replaced my full-time income, and in another 10 months turned my monthly income into my weekly income. I'm a top earner, industry coach, and teach others how to do it online and off. I'm an "overnight success", except it took 20 years of sales and marketing training, and 7 years of network marketing training.

Network marketing is a great business. Network marketing offers a great lifestyle. We are buying a house, moving to Connecticut, having a baby, and still having an amazing summer. Network marketing is about lifestyle. So far we have been to Cape Cod, Marblehead, Mass, Maine, Vermont, and today we are off to Mohonk Mountain. I meet people when I am out and about. I don't go out to prospect. I prospect when I am out. Give me a call. It'll take one conversation - 15 minutes. If it's a fit, we can open up a door to extraordinary things together. If not, I will wish you well. 917-226-6901. Let's see if I can help you hit your financial goals.

My wife and I went to see "The Hangover" and I am going to give it a thumbs up. Laugh out loud, pee in your pants, tears in your eyes funny. And dumb. Some great cameos. Some painful scenes that just wouldn't end. But overall - a great laugh, a great time, and a great date with my lovely bride.