11 Attraction Marketing and Tiramisu Success Secrets | What I Love About Jerry Chen's Build a Magnetic Network

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Jerry Chen's Build a Magnetic Network is about leveraging relationships and creating value to others.  Jerry has been connecting with experts and leaders, and has invited his diverse community to share in that value. I think what he's doing is inspirational and effective toward actually building a magnetic network.

Jerry Chen is Building a Magnetic Network and Contributing Insane ValueAnd he's ammassing quite a tribe (not to mention experience) traveling the USA to meet up with the experts and leaders that resonate with you on some level or another.

Here is a short list of the experts and leaders I know of that he's interviewed. Many people are saying that the training he's providing by connecting with these leaders is better than training they've paid for. I have weened myself off many leaders' lists, but not Jerry's. I look forward to his emails, and follow what he does.

Besides, many of the names on this list I know of and have much respect for. Some others I don't, but if Jerry has, then I want to know what they offer too.

And I know he has more people in his pipeline such as Ann Sieg, as well as some other pending engagements.

Bottom line - the FREE training offered from Build A Magnetic Network is something not to be overlooked.

What Jerry Chen is doing is attraction marketing to the core. In fact, it's EXTREME attraction marketing. Consider that Build Your Magnetic Network was seven months in the making, which has taken Jerry substantial amounts of time, effort and monetary investment to make successful. All on the behalf of his "network." That's a perfect example of giving without want.

Does Jerry need to be doing this? I would venture to say that a person who is a part time engineer, a successful network marketer and a top teir direct sales business - not to mention affiliate income earner - needs to anything other than what he's been doing.

But Jerry is doing what leaders do, he's daring to be great; striving to become his best self. Now that's attractive.

Build Your Magnetic Network has my highest recommendation and admiration. Way to go Jerry.

Attraction Marketing and Tiramisu Success Secrets Turns Out Top Scores for Entertaining, Enlightening and Educational

I'm referring to Jerry's latest video genius production called Attraction Marketing and Tiramisu Success Secrets. If you haven't watched it yet, find the link -> Attraction Marketing Secrets.

See for yourself how on Jerry's visit to Portland, Oregon to interview Mike Klingler and Diyana Alcheva, they go on a wild ride in their search for "lady fingers," a key ingredient needed for Tiramisu. Attraction Marketing and Tiramisu Success Secrets

In this short video, you'll realize that an important lesson is being presented about business. Using the act of baking Tiramisu as a metaphor, you'll come to understand the following lessons about building a business:

  1. Success has to be hunted down. It has to be pursued, then and only then do you become the hunted instead of the hunter. Attraction Marketing doesn't mean business just comes to out of thin air, every business has to make that happen.
  2. You'll notice that in their multiple store hopping, some roads lead to dead ends, but that never stops them. This is also similar to business.
  3. The path to success seems to be a steady progression of overcoming obstacles, one after another. If you can learn to lead yourself, you'll be able to lead others.
  4. Notice how Jerry and Didi had to find people to help them at the store. This is important. With internet business, finding the right people to help you is key to success. Similarly, determining early and often what people aren't going to help you will save you time. 
  5. Determination - they wanted their Tiramisu, and went to inconvenient lengths to get it. Same applies to business.
  6. They ran into a roadblock at one store, and were told to put the camera away. Yet another inconvenience. Being compliant is sometimes a longer route, but important. 
  7. Having fun along the way - enough said here...If it's not fun, or at least inspiring to keep going, you're bound to fail.
  8. Keeping track of your progress to understand where you are in the process.
  9. Do you think Jerry started out an expert Tiramisu baker? Doubtful he was born as a Tiramisu baker. He had to learn, and in order to learn, he had to read the recipe, learn the directions and understand what he needed to make the Tiramisu turn out. All successful business begins with this understanding for what is needed to succeed.

  10. Clarifying expectations and finding your pace. Don't you think it could have been real easy for Mike to get white knuckled and frustrated with driving all over Portland? Don't you think Didi could have been majorly inconvenienced and irratible? Didn't happen. They knew what needed to be done, and they took their time to do it at their own pace. I think that is called a goal without emotional attachment.
  11. Celebrating. Jerry, Mike and Didi took the the time to celebrate each small accomplishment along the way, and this allowed them to relish in the large accomplishment, which was eating the finished product. This time to celebrate is also a form of assessment and reflection - all important aspects of building business. 

Once again, if you didn't catch the link to a terrific example of how to make quality video, go to Attraction Marketing and Tiramisu Secrets to watch content that is Educational, Enlightening and Entertaining.

                                       ========== More About the Author ==========

Eric Walker is a leading contributor with Renegade Professional. After 14 months of learning applying and teaching the lessons learned from Mike Dillard, Mike Klingler, Ann Sieg and Fernando Ceballos and Raymond Fong, he's now earning a stay at home income.

Are you a smart beginner or a newbie? If you're the former then Eric can help you with your internet business. He is an educational leader who will lead you to the right training, the right people and provide you personal assistance along the way.



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Empowering Post


This is a very through real world revelation on exactly what we teach our students in Renegade Professional as Guides.

Excellent article with extremely valuable "right now effective actions".

Masterfully done as is all your content.

Warren Little

Warren Little — Sat, 07/18/2009 - 1:51am

Thanks to Mike, Didi and Eric

You know... leadership takes many forms. I appreciate Mike and Didi (Diyana) for their hospitality and willingness to venture into unknown territories with me! Walk the talk... so to speak.

And of course, Eric, for spreading the good spirit of learning valuable lessons from everyday activities :)

Jerry Chen — Sat, 07/18/2009 - 2:57pm

Always Thorough, Inspired By the Right Stuff

What I've come to really like about you Eric is that you're thorough--and its because you really care if the person on the other side learns it... that's your inspiration.

That's been the underlining secret to my success as it has for so many others. When you teach on topics with the thoroughness you see in Eric's post above, you create a following and new opportunities. Everything (your business, the value in the marketplace, everyone else's business) continues to expand.

I happen to know about some projects Eric is working on that will have a major impact on the entire attraction marketing model. Stay tuned!

Mike Klingler — Fri, 07/24/2009 - 5:07pm

Building a Tribe

TED Talks At TEDxUSC-- David Logan comments on tribes:
* Made up of 20-150 people
from tribes:*important things happen
*all of our work gets done
*societies get built
*we are all members of tribes.

Logan made some very interesting points in his lecture on the influence of tribes or groups. It applies here because change is happening because a few leaders who have a common goal.

Jerry Chen is bringing the power of unity to bear on the evolution of Internet marketing. (It might seem at times these names listed are not in absolute unity! lol)

But as Eric points out, those who are steadfast on the path to learn effective Internet marketing, will reap the benefits. Together a group of people who do this well will have influence far and wide.

Pat Campbell — Sun, 11/15/2009 - 4:57pm


The acronym T.E.A.M. (Together Everybody Achieves More) is very true. Helping each other to achieve success brings us all closer together, we care about each other and offer a helping hand - as Jerry, Mike, Eric and so many others are doing.

Dr. David Enders — Mon, 11/16/2009 - 1:12am

Read, Watch and Re-read

Having the insight to break down the actions taken is a really great quality you possess a lot of, Eric.
One should finish reading your post first, then watch the video and then re-read your post.
It's by repetition that we learn and we should all know how to pick something apart and give it a name if we are to know what needs attention in our personal business.
Really enjoyed your article.

Marie Leonard — Fri, 11/27/2009 - 9:18am

Inspirational Article.


This is a very inspirational article. Jerry is probably like most other successful marketers like you, Mike, Didi, etc. He has obviously established a plan that he feels will lead to success. It's not an easy path. It's one that will encounter obstacles along the way.

Eric, like you said, success must be pursued/hunted. Jerry has done this, and now he is the hunted.

Scott Hubbard — Wed, 12/02/2009 - 11:54am

Great recipe Eric

You could write a cookbook for success on the bones of that post Eric.

Elegantly done.

I don't eat dessert often but when Tiramisu is on offer.... well:)


Darag Rennie M... — Fri, 12/11/2009 - 11:05am


A thumbs up to this article, Eric. Your words gave me the continued encouragement that I am on the right path...

Wishing good health and prosperity,

Derek Fobert — Thu, 12/17/2009 - 7:32pm



denise legacy — Tue, 01/05/2010 - 5:22pm


Aha! I was looking for this very article Eric. Glad it got up to popular section again. Wanted to pass it on to my mate as he needs this info.

So thank you for an awesome article dude.

Adam Taha

Adam Taha — Tue, 01/19/2010 - 1:18pm

Staying On The Path

Enjoyed your article Eric. I agree with your points. Particularly the determination to succeed, having fun along the way and tracking. That's where I am at right now. I am determined and I'm enjoying the process. Amazingly enough I'm really getting into tracking. I want to know more.

Corinne Floyd — Wed, 01/20/2010 - 12:00am


That's why I love Jerry! He's willing to do what others are unwilling to do.

@Eric Thanks for the tips and dissection of Jerry's success.

Eric Su — Wed, 01/20/2010 - 8:27am


Love it when great articles like this one get revived!! And I really like tiramisu....and baking...so I want to go on the next hot search for sweet ingredients!! Great job Eric.

Peace and Abundance,

Deborah Tutnauer — Fri, 01/22/2010 - 12:36am


Love it when great articles like this one get revived!! And I really like tiramisu....and baking...so I want to go on the next hot search for sweet ingredients!! Great job Eric.

Peace and Abundance,

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