[In Part III of Seth Leffert's review of The Business of the 21st Century, by Robert T Kiyosaki, he introduces and explains the main component of success as a MLM business owner.] Robert T Kiyosaki, whom I hold in very high regard, says the least likely person to survive building a new Network marketing business is a salesperson! That said, there is a very specific component needed by everyone in the business if they are going to succeed. Read on to find out what it is!

Let’s talk for a moment about money - more importantly how people make money - and how it pertains to the cashflow quadrant. The world of business is made up of 2 different types of people: rich people and poor people. Now if I were to ask, "what is the difference between a rich person and a poor person?" you would most likely respond, "one has a lot of money and the other doesn't" – or some similar answer. That answer is certainly true and, on the surface, these groups appear to live on two separate sides of the cashflow quadrant, but the difference lies deeper than what meets the eye. Let me explain...

You may think that "Organizational Theories: The Code of Honor" would be an odd title for a post on this blog. Well, believe it or not, though this blog focuses very little on corporate life, and much more so on entrepreneurial ventures, parallels can be made between the largest and smallest organizations, especially with regards to the code of honor. This post will elaborate on these organizational theories, as depicted in Blair Singer's book, "Rich Dad's Advisors®: The ABC's of Building a Business Team That Wins: The Invisible Code of Honor That Takes Ordinary People and Turns Them Into a Championship Team".

It may or may not be well known that focusing on something has a way of manifesting more of that something. But what do most people seem to focus on? Do people usually celebrate success? Think about it. What do we hear about - around the water cooler, around the dinner table, or bellying up at a bar, to name just a few places. In fact, you don't have to look too far to find people actually competing in this regard. Think you got it figured out? Keep reading to find out more about these millionaire secrets.

Here, among the heavily male-dominated presenters at the upcoming No Excuses Summit in Las Vegas (this coming weekend!), this MLM review is for the one and only female presenter, Katie Freiling. I know that there are many very powerful women in the network marketing industry, and I personally know some of them, so I was surprised not to see more women presenting at the Summit. However, I have come to realize that Katie is one of the most successful networkers on the internet. Read this to find out why!

By now, you have inevitably heard of Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad, Poor Dad series of best sellers. But have you read any? From an MLM review perspective, I highly recommend all of them. In the meantime, check out this MLM review-themed video review where I spend a few moments describing the general message in Kiyosaki's best-seller, Rich Dad, Poor Dad.

Whatever you may think of former U.S. President Bill Clinton, you have to admit that he knows how to speak. Eloquence in his language and making sense with his words is what got him to be where he is today - a former governor, a former president, and now a supporter of the network marketing industry. DO NOT MISS his message and video!