For those awaiting my next post, as alluded to last week, my apologies. I injured my shoulder and haven’t been the most efficient computer user the last few days. Hobbies like blogging have taken a lower priority!
I promise to have something up soon, but in the meantime a very strong recommendation for Chuck’s new post, the first of Ten Points That Set Amway Apart.
Also today, keep an eye on http://www.everykickcounts.com – a new Nutrilite campaign featuring Ronaldinho is due to be launched some time today. Mikael over on his swedish Amway Global blog is also keeping an eye on it – Every Click Counts – Nutriway och Ronaldinho stöder barnen! as well as highlighting a book published last year in Sweden about the direct selling industry, including a section on Amway – Amway, Världens största Direkthandelsföretag!
Meanwhile, Network Marketing Ireland has a very encouraging report on the rebirth of Amway in Ireland – Amway Bounces Back and Founders Crown Ambassadors Dr Peter & Eva Müller-Meerkatz have posted a few photos from their recent trip to the European Diamond Advisory Council meeting in Munich. I think it would be fabulous if other top Amway leaders followed the example of the Müller-Meerkatz’ and start their own public blogs, telling the world what life is like as a successful Amway business owner.
Finally, don’t forget to keep up with the latest news on Amway Watch and the latest gossip on Amway Talk!
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Hi guys, another great new site comes out of South Africa: http://www.talkingamway
It’s mainly focused on products and allows people to comment about their experiences using them.
I have some old Britt diamond tapes and Britt tapes
is anyone interested in them?
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Hi, you might be better putting this on Amway Talk or eBay.
I hope your shoulder is getting better. How bad of an injury was it?
I just had my right hip resurfaced a week ago(after having my left side done in Sep) and am well on the road to recovery now. Thankfully I don’t have a third hip to do!