It doesn’t matter what you do or who you are. John Haremza reveals why all that matters is that you recognize the opportunity and take action. Also how to make your prospects want more
Who is John Haremza?
John Haremza is a network marketing legend with 25 years in the business and has earned over $15 million. He has averaged over $1 million a year for the last 10 years. But his all-time proudest accomplishment has been leading his people to earnings of over $250 million and changing countless lives.
John has been featured in multiple publications, such as Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective Networkers, Network Marketing Times, and has been on the cover of Your Business at Home Magazine. He’s also been named one of the top twenty-one MLM leaders in the world in John Milton Fogg’s recent book, The Greatest Networkers in the World.
John also recently published his own book, Right or Almost Right: The Fine Line Between Phenomenal Success and Average Results in Network Marketing
Before MLM, John Haremza worked as a maintenance manager in a small potato chip factory and had never sold anything in his life and had no business experience. He also had dyslexia, which is a severe learning disability. Back then, John had only one goal… which was to be invisible and he had felt lucky that he was even able to graduate from high school.
But somehow network marketing found him and today we’re going to hear his story of how MLM changed John Haremza’s life and how he’s been able to create a legacy.
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