People get tied emotionally to the outcome all too often. Ty Toth teaches you how to control your emotional rollercoaster. Also how to expand your business into new territory.
Who is Ty Toth?
Ty Toth realized at the age of 19 that a college degree would not get anywhere close to what he wanted to achieve in life. So he got started with a career in sales and also began to invest in real estate.
He became very successful in what he did and became a millionaire at 38 years old. Ty was able to travel around the world with his family but eventually realized that there were always ongoing headaches with what he was doing. There was also huge risk with the amount of capital he had to invest each time.
And then in 2006, he happened to meet someone on one of his vacations that would change his life forever… and that was when he discovered network marketing. This mentor taught him what it took to be successful in MLM and Ty was able to eventually replace his previous income.
Today, Ty Toth has 10 years of MLM experience and is the first person in his company to reach the rank of International Presidential Director.
“Don’t wish it was easier. Wish your were better” (Jim Rohn)
“Doing the right thing is always the right thing to do” (Ty Toth)
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