Thursday, February 4, 2016

Right Or Almost Right: The Fine Line Between Phenomenal Success and Average Results in Network Marketing by John Haremza


“Network marketing changed my life beyond my
wildest imagination,” says John. His story is amazing, 
from living in a trailer park to a well-known network marketing leader. And his story can help you to 
make your dreams come true too!


Synopsis - 

Right or Almost Right is based on John Haremza’s 25 years of success in network marketing. It’s John’s answer to the questions so many ask such as, “Where’s the money? Why am I not seeing the success I expected?” As John says, “I meet so many intelligent, hard-working, dedicated network marketers who are struggling. They are not seeing the results they expected, and they always as, “Why?”

John believes that the small subtleties of how the network marketing business is done make the big difference between making a little money versus making a lot of money, between success and struggling. He addresses many of the basics of doing “the business,” from prospecting to leading your organization, and points out what is “right” as compared to what is “almost right.”

John has lived every example contained in his book. “Network marketing changed my life beyond my wildest imagination,” says John. His story is amazing, from living in a trailer park to a well-known network marketing leader. And his story can help you to make your dreams come true too!

Review - 

Right or Almost Right is a how to book by a successful network marketer offering guidance for those interested in or currently working in this field. It offers a focused, positive and clear message on how this type of marketing works, what it's advantages are - wealth creation and free time - and what it takes to be successful, step by step. The author offers an easy to read writing style that will work well for busy entrepreneurs who need to fit these lessons into their few quiet moments.

I love when an author of this type of book shares his/her personal story first.  Who are they and where they have come from are their credentials. Their story offers the reason WHY I should listen to what they say. Haremza struggled in school because of his Dyslexia and was working as a maintenance manager when he began his journey in network marketing. His is truly a rags to riches story. Want to know how he changed his life? It's all here in the pages of Right or Almost Right.

There are several things I felt hit the mark in this book. First - his small step philosophy can be applied to every area of life. Next, dream big and write down your goals. To stay focused and excited, review these goals twice every single day.  The author also walks you through his Circle of Success - Prepare, Share, Follow up, Get a Positive Decision - and guides you on how to approach each step along the way.  Lastly, the message is clear that creating success takes serious hard work -


"There is always a cost. What will it cost to pursue your dream? The cost of 
pursuing your dream is infinitely less than the cost of letting your dream die.
The cost of neglect is far, far greater than the cost of discipline."

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Meet The Author - 

John Haremza author picAfter he graduated high school, John got a job as a machine operator at the potato chip plant. When he was promoted to maintenance manager he thought that this $22,000 a year job was the best job he could ever hope for. Then he was introduced to Network Marketing and his life changed forever.

John’s story is one of those American rags to riches, from adversity and obscurity to a life of dreams. Now after spending 23 years in network marketing John has earned over $12 million. He has been responsible for product sales of over $500 million. His teams have earned over $200 million in commissions and he is featured in numerous publications and has produced 100’s of sales tools to support his teams.

​Currently, a regular speaker, consultant and author, John hopes to bring his message of Right or Almost Right to the masses.

Connect with the author: Website   Twitter   Facebook


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