The other day in my inbox, I opened up an email from one of the most respected network marketing professionals of our time, Richard Bliss Brooke. All of his emails are important and have meaning, but this one was pretty special. I wanted to share that email and plug in my own comments. I hope you enjoy this note. We belong to one of the greatest professions. And yet our lack of awareness about what is really important to us leads us to join any shiny thing that is dangled in
On Easter Sunday my husband and I decided to play Monopoly. It’s been at least 25 years since I’ve played. Maybe closer to 30. I had gotten the Yankees Collector’s Edition back in 2001 and never opened it. Sunday was opening day. We played the “quick version” of the game which means that the banker (me) shuffles the property cards up and gives each player three cards. I was blessed with Babe Ruth which is the equivalent to Boardwalk. The Great Bambino was shining down on me.