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Re: Hello from Britain

Post by Monzta on Fri Jan 06, 2012 4:50 am

Hi Alan,

Thanks for the warm welcome. How are things over on the sunny IoW? I haven't been there for well over 30 years when I once did a week-long school trip. I keep meaning to go back with my family and see if I recognise anything.

And yes ... what on earth possessed you to come and live in wet and windy England when so many Brits are desperately trying to earn the money to escape? Haha!

Thanks for the nice comments on my Facebook page. It's been a work in progress but is coming along quite nicely. Loving your website by the way ... great blog posts, great layout ... a real pleasure to visit.

Happy New Year and a successful, healthy, wealthy and fun 2012 to yourself and your family.

Best regards,

Glenn

Re: Hello from Britain

Post by Wight-Light on Wed Jan 04, 2012 3:49 pm

Hi Glenn, welcome to ABN! I am sure you will learn a lot from the amazing people you will connect with in here! I am in the UK myself, on the Isle of Wight. Not originally from the UK, South Africa actually, but living here now with my family, and as Katie says, in the cold and the wet, what possessed me?

For someone who has not been in the industry long, I am quite impressed with your Facebook page. Quite impressive.

I hope you had a good New Year and I wish you a prosperous 2012.

All the best


Alan

Re: Hello from Britain

Post by Monzta on Tue Nov 16, 2010 9:10 am

RichardDeHaven wrote:Hi Glenn,

Nice to meet you. My name is Richard De Haven and I live in Palm Springs, California. It's beautiful and warm here. Like you, I am new to Better Networker.

I've learned that the best way to learn about an online community is to start participating without breaking the rules.

You may be a newbie in the industry, but I am quite sure you have a lot of worldly experiences that can be very beneficial to help someone. All of of MLM is not about marketing and generating leads. It's about all aspects of life.

Looking forward to hearing more from you.

Appreciation from the Heart,

Richard De Haven


Thanks for the welcome Richard.

I wish it was warm here at the moment. I had to scrape the frost off my old car this morning.....inside AND out. :(

Don't worry, I shan't be adding anything here unless it serves a purpose to either inform or entertain. And you'll be getting no spamming or pathetic sales attempts either. I've learned that much at least from my time here. If only others would do the same eh?

Glenn

Re: Hello from Britain

Post by RichardDeHaven on Mon Nov 15, 2010 5:48 pm

Hi Glenn,

Nice to meet you. My name is Richard De Haven and I live in Palm Springs, California. It's beautiful and warm here. Like you, I am new to Better Networker.

I've learned that the best way to learn about an online community is to start participating without breaking the rules.

You may be a newbie in the industry, but I am quite sure you have a lot of worldly experiences that can be very beneficial to help someone. All of of MLM is not about marketing and generating leads. It's about all aspects of life.

Looking forward to hearing more from you.

Appreciation from the Heart,

Richard De Haven

Re: Hello from Britain

Post by Monzta on Mon Nov 15, 2010 2:59 pm

Daniel Attard wrote:Welcome! Good think you did there mate. I only answer where it makes sense otherwise I would not even bother. I would rather let other experts do the work then confusing the one needing help.

We are all hear to learn from each other. Looking forward to hear what you have learnt!

Daniel Attard


Hi Daniel,

Loving your profile.....glad you didn't jack it all in when you first suffered setbacks and were disillusioned. I shall bear it in mind when I face my own hurdles in the future.

Thanks for the morale boost. 8-)

Glenn

Re: Hello from Britain

Post by Daniel Attard on Mon Nov 15, 2010 1:37 pm

Welcome! Good think you did there mate. I only answer where it makes sense otherwise I would not even bother. I would rather let other experts do the work then confusing the one needing help.

We are all hear to learn from each other. Looking forward to hear what you have learnt!

Daniel Attard

Re: Hello from Britain

Post by Monzta on Mon Nov 15, 2010 9:53 am

crystal8es wrote:I am a newbie here and just wanna say Hi to everyone. I am Crystal from Louisiana, US.


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Hi Crystal, welcome to Better Networker. Glad I'm no longer the new kid on the block. ;)

I hope you're finding this site as useful as I am. I'm still totally confused by I think now in a good way. I've gone from no information to information overload. :?

When you get a chance, try and get some info in your profile, I think it really helps people to know where you're coming from and to put a face to the name. I didn't do it for ages but now I have I'm getting on a little easier here.

Re: Hello from Britain

Post by Monzta on Sat Nov 13, 2010 8:59 am

bj.patterson wrote:Hello Glen

I am new to BN but have dabbled with MLM in the past. I work full time but I am going to change that and start working from home in the next two years. I truly believe the whole MLM system is the best business model I have ever experienced.

There are many opportunities out there so my best advice is what ever drives your passion will help you toward your path to financial and time freedom!!

Good luck with your endeavors.

Yours in Health and Wealth
BJ Patterson


Hi BJ,

Thanks for the great welcome. :D

Glenn

Re: Hello from Britain

Post by Monzta on Sat Nov 13, 2010 8:51 am

KatieWilliams wrote:
Monzta wrote:
KatieWilliams wrote:Hi Glenn

From a fellow Brit (Notts here :) ) - welcome!

Looking forward to sharing very civilised English ideas with you ;)


Hi Katie!

At last, a Brit who's not left for sunnier climes.....yet. ;)

All the Brits I've met so far in MLM are ex-pats in the USA, Canada, Spain, Portugal and France. That's the joy of MLM I suppose....it allows you to go wherever you want without ties to a job in one place. So long as you have a laptop and an internet connection you can be sat on a beach in the Bahamas and making money. The guy that introduced me to this industry most certainly does that.

How long have you been in MLM?

Glenn


Hey Glenn

Well, I'm American in my *heart* but my body is still here in the cold and wind for sure! ;)

I've been involved in MLM for about 3 years now, same company, I love the business model when it's done the right way - with integrity. I love how it levels the playing field and makes your goals so realistic! I sacked my boss when I was 21 so I guess I would say that tho ;)

How are YOU doing so far, Glenn? Is there anything in particular you're wanting help with or focusing on right now?

Katie


Katie,

You sacked your boss when you were 21? Wow! That's fantastic, well done to you!

I have a number of milestones I want to achieve from my venture into MLM and sacking my boss is definitely one of them. In the words of Lord Sugar...."David Cameron.....you're fired!" :lol:

As for specific help, I have a number of questions but I'm going to save them for a separate thread if that's OK so this one doesn't get to far off topic. I'm hoping my questions will provide answers not just for me but perhaps for all the other nubes out there.

Glenn

Re: Hello from Britain

Post by bj.patterson on Fri Nov 12, 2010 6:23 pm

Hello Glen

I am new to BN but have dabbled with MLM in the past. I work full time but I am going to change that and start working from home in the next two years. I truly believe the whole MLM system is the best business model I have ever experienced.

There are many opportunities out there so my best advice is what ever drives your passion will help you toward your path to financial and time freedom!!

Good luck with your endeavors.

Yours in Health and Wealth
BJ Patterson

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