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Just call me Tony or Antonio. I live in San Jose, California, USA. My national origin is Cebu, Philippines. I came here in early 1980s. I am semi-retired from electronic industry.
I want to get occupied because I don't have a hobby , so I looked around to see what I can do to make a difference on people's lives and make money too. I found that Network Marketing is the best option because I can do it from the comfort of our home.
My granddaughter in the picture with me, her name is Iantha Jade.
My great goal is to make a difference:
To the lives of those who are:
(1) Disabled and or the Unemployed who has basic computer skills and who are serious to learn how to start a home business on the Internet.
To the lives of those who want to :
(2)Stay At Home With Their Young Children (Dad or Mom)
To the lives of people who don't have:
(3)Large Nest Egg for their golden years, i.e., to guide
them to MAKE MONEY through NETWORK MARKETING,
or their own online business.
To the lives of those who are:
(4)Approaching retirement and retirees who have not built a large nest egg for their retirement years.
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Go to: http://www.tonyeangus.com
My Network Marketing Businesses
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I would like and I intend to be connected with everyone
in this MLM Home Business Community.
I was born in a small town called Poro in a small Island of Camotes, Cebu, Philippines. I was raised by my grand parents and my two single aunts because my mother died when I was only 4 years old. My father re-married. My only sister, Pureza, also died when she was 5 years old.
Up until I was 17 years old I lived with my grand parents and two sigle aunts when I moved out to live with my father, stepmother and half brother in Butuan City, Mindanao after my schooling was interrupted due to family feud – between my grandpa and the two single aunts who were supporting me.
Anyway, I graduated from high school in Camotes Visayan Institute, Poro, Camotes, Cebu and immediately enrolled in college at the University of San Carlos, Cebu City, Liberal Arts and earned a Degree of Associate in Arts, Preparatory Medicine and subsequently enrolled at the Velez College of Medicine, also in Cebu City. As a medical student I have attended one year of regular medicine because of the family feud I mentioned earlier.
My aunts who funded my school tuition fees stopped sending money. My grand parents and father were not in the position to continue the funding which lead me to drop out of college and began a life adventure in Butuan City, Mindanao with my parents.
My first occupation was that of a sales representative of Ysmael Steel Corporation, a manufacturer of home appliances, selling refrigerators and other appliances. After one year, due to my outstanding sales performance, I was promoted and assigned as a branch manager of a newly opened branch office in Surigao City to cover surrounding towns.
After a few months, I felt a strong desire of pursuing my college education and headed for Manila. I took a job as a collector of home appliance accounts of customers of Del Rosario Bothers Corporation. I enrolled as a working student at the University of the East, Manila, Philippines and switched from medical to majoring in B S Marketing. Several months later, in my boarding house residence, I was introduced to a lovely lady who became my wife, Paz A. Cabanaz. She was enrolled at that time at the Philippine Women’s University, Manila majoring in Business Administration. After over a year of our relationship, we got married and have five boys and two girls.
In the middle 1960s, I was connected with Philippine American Life Insurance Co and I was the youngest Unit Sales Supervisor for a few years. I was also a real estate broker, a pioneer in the sales of condominiums and a small business owner – owned a tailoring shop in Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines, catering to the business community like the bank executives, government officials, congressmen, etc. This was my status when I decided to come to the US.
I came to the US in early 1980s with the agreement of my wife, full of hopes and dreams. I came with a Tourist Visa with the plan of not going back home. At this point I didn’t know when I’ll see my family again. But with the divine intervention, my wife and three children were able to come 5 years later after I left. After several months our visas expired and we were out of status.
Another divine intervention, in November 1986, President Ronald Reagan signed the Amnesty Bill into law and made me qualify to change my status into legal, “Resident Alien” including my family. That was really a great moment of our lives. The rest is history.
In my first few months in the US, I worked as a waiter in a San Jose restaurant, not long after that I found a job that of a cashier of a 7-11 store owned by a Filipino business partners. I attended Anthony School of Real Estate and got my real estate license then joined part-time with Bonus Realty where I earned some commissions. After several months I got a life insurance agent license and eventually became a Financial Services Representative of Prudential Life Insurance Co. and later on with Principal Financial Group in San Jose, CA.
In 1990, a drastic financial challenge struck and forced me to work in the electronic industry – from Fry’s Electronics to IBM Corp. My financial status was flat over several months. Then I was introduced for the first time into Network Marketing by a co-worker to a company called Amway in1996. I was able to build a small group and made some extra income. From here on I got involved in a few other multi level marketing companies in which I lost more money in expenses than I earned.
I kept my faith in the Internet and I learned later that to succeed, i. e., to make money in the Internet you have to learn “Marketing Skill”. Now I do have some of those skills, thanks to a lady mentor, Ann Sieg. I am still on my learning curve but I am already applying some of these marketing skills.
A recent divine intervention that happened in May 2008 when a good friend, Rocky, shared with me his research results about private cash gifting activity., I also made my own due diligence and for thirty days researched the cash gifting and totally convinced that it’s a great alternative to MLM.
Make your own research too before joining our team. You must feel comfortable when you take action one way or the other.
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