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Over twenty years ago at a company convention, Eric Worre had an aha moment that changed his life forever. At that event he made the decision to Go Pro and become a Network Marketing expert. Since that time, he has focused on developing the skills to do just that. In doing so, Eric has touched and been touched by hundreds of thousands of people around the world. Now he sha Over twenty years ago at a company convention, Eric Worre had an aha moment that changed his life forever. At that event he made the decision to Go Pro and become a Network Marketing expert. Since that time, he has focused on developing the skills to do just that. In doing so, Eric has touched and been touched by hundreds of thousands of people around the world. Now he shares his wisdom in a guide that will ignite your passion for this profession and help you make the decision to Go Pro and create the life of your dreams. In this definitive guidebook, you will learn to: -Find prospects -Invite them to yourproduct or opportunity -Present your product -Follow up with your prospects -Help them become customers or distributors -Help them get started right -Grow your team by promoting events -And much, much more. Eric s wish is for you to make the decision to become a Network Marketing Professional. For you to truly Go Pro. Because it is a stone-cold fact that Network Marketing is a better way. Now let s go tell the world.


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Over twenty years ago at a company convention, Eric Worre had an aha moment that changed his life forever. At that event he made the decision to Go Pro and become a Network Marketing expert. Since that time, he has focused on developing the skills to do just that. In doing so, Eric has touched and been touched by hundreds of thousands of people around the world. Now he sha Over twenty years ago at a company convention, Eric Worre had an aha moment that changed his life forever. At that event he made the decision to Go Pro and become a Network Marketing expert. Since that time, he has focused on developing the skills to do just that. In doing so, Eric has touched and been touched by hundreds of thousands of people around the world. Now he shares his wisdom in a guide that will ignite your passion for this profession and help you make the decision to Go Pro and create the life of your dreams. In this definitive guidebook, you will learn to: -Find prospects -Invite them to yourproduct or opportunity -Present your product -Follow up with your prospects -Help them become customers or distributors -Help them get started right -Grow your team by promoting events -And much, much more. Eric s wish is for you to make the decision to become a Network Marketing Professional. For you to truly Go Pro. Because it is a stone-cold fact that Network Marketing is a better way. Now let s go tell the world.

30 review for Go Pro - 7 Steps to Becoming a Network Marketing Professional

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lisa

    It surprised me when I enjoyed this book! First off, I am not doing an MLM/Network Marketing because I have to but it’s because I enjoy it – another shocker for me! I do feel like the MLM that I am involve in (dōTERRA) is quite different than most. I say this because they are products that literally everyone can use and, because of the issues that these essential oils can help with, people buy them at least monthly. They are also super easy to just share, so there’s no selling involved – only ed It surprised me when I enjoyed this book! First off, I am not doing an MLM/Network Marketing because I have to but it’s because I enjoy it – another shocker for me! I do feel like the MLM that I am involve in (dōTERRA) is quite different than most. I say this because they are products that literally everyone can use and, because of the issues that these essential oils can help with, people buy them at least monthly. They are also super easy to just share, so there’s no selling involved – only education; which, Worre does say is the main point to all Network Marketing and I couldn’t agree more. There are several things that I loved about this book. It’s written in a clear manner that is easy to understand. I like how Worre is honest and upfront and enjoyed his personal stories as well. Because I didn’t purposely get into Network Marketing for employment reasons, I never really thought about how great of a career path it really is for people who, like me, enjoy freedom! There is no boss, no commute, no alarm clock, no employees, no politics (amen!), no compromises, discrimination and no pre-set skills or education is really required (although you all know I am very pro-education). It allows you to stay home and be the room parent still or travel until your heart is content. I love the flexibility of it and I love that I set my own results by the number of hours I dedicate to it. The other benefits he mentions are: great product, unlimited/residual income, enjoy the people you work with (I love this part!), time freedom, personal growth, low risk, low or no startup costs, tax benefits, fun. Worre then discusses typical job categories and shows us how Network Marketing is superior to all of them. I especially like how he points out that people like myself who hate politics have a hard time advancing in the traditional workforce, which is true in my experience. His quote, “The best way I know to not only survive, but to thrive in the New Economy, is Network Marketing. There are important products and services in the world today that need to be promoted to the people who need them. Consumers still need to be educated. Companies have choices. They can dive into the ever-fragmented world of advertising to get the word out, they can hire a large and expensive sales force to sell their products or services, or they can utilize Network Marketing to tell their story to the world. More and more companies will choose Network Marketing because it fits the New Economy. They can provide all the corporate support and pay distributers on a purely performance basis to promote their products. It’s extremely efficient because in the New Economy, word-of-mouth advertising continues to work better than any other form of promotion….you can receive all the benefits of traditional business without the typical risks. And there will be no cap on your income, because Network Marketing companies WANT you to make as much as possible.” He then points out the one “catch” to Network Marketing. “You must accept temporary loss of social esteem from ignorant people. That means for a while, people still living in and trying to function in the old system will think less of you. They won’t understand. They’ll think you’re crazy for being involved in Network Marketing...” he goes on to explain his logic more, which is spot on in my opinion for most companies. I have only been doing the business side for 3 months and have only contacted 3 people directly to ask them if they’d like to do the business side. I contacted these 3 people because I know them well and I know they would be great at it and I also think they would enjoy the financial benefits as well. The rest of my team has joined on their own, without my provoking. And of all the people I have spoken with, only one person has flat out said their reason for not using dōTERRA is because it’s a Network Marketing company and they would never do such a thing. I didn’t get my feelings hurt (well maybe a little because it is me we’re talking about) and thought, “Yea, I thought the same thing!” and in my head I know this person is missing out on so much, but that’s their decision. Worre discusses people with this mentality and how you can talk to them about it. He says that most people feel this way because they have seen too many people fail or, they themselves have already tried it and failed. I can see that. He has great tactics on how to talk to people about it again. For me, I am not concerned with the few people who don’t want to do an MLM company. I feel sad that they are missing out on the best products I have ever used and residual income and the chance to build their own business in the comfort of their homes because most people would enjoy the extra income – I know I do! I suppose if I were doing this for the income I would focus like Worre suggests as he makes great points! I like how he points out that Network Marketing is “not rocket science, but you’ll be happy to know it’s one of the highest paid skill sets in the world.” I enjoy hearing that and, after being involved for even 3 short months, I can definitely see why people do it and why companies do it too. It’s a great choice for both parties. And the income potential is phenomenal, I do agree there too! Worre goes into detail and has great ideas on how to set up your professional business. I won’t go into all that as it’s in the book but I enjoy how he realizes you can’t be pushy or annoying but just be there! Use the tactics he uses and learn from his mistakes so that you don’t do make the same ones he did. He then focuses more in depth on things you can do to grow your organization and ways to do it so that the organization will grow itself with the least help from you. He talks about “rules” and steps to being a professional instead of a “poser” as he calls it. These are great and so simple – anyone can do it. I think his tactic of calling people is great too, but luckily with dōTERRA I don’t find myself having to do that at all. In fact, with dōTERRA there are a lot of things that other MLMs would need to do as he says but I don’t. I can simply give someone a 60 cent or so sample of something and say, “try this” and they almost always come to me instead of vice versa. But I can still utilize his information because I can see how it would work. And, if you’re involved in another type of MLM, I can see it really working. He goes into detail of what to say when people object and gives specific examples of what to say and what not to say – they are great! Especially the parts about being asked, “Is this a pyramid scheme?” that always makes me laugh! And the part about “bothering friends,” which is funny as well. If your product is great, are you really bothering your friends by helping them get rid of their allergies or getting them to use safer alternatives to traditional medicine? No! You’re helping them out! They may not see it that way at first, but once they realize it, they will thank you for introducing you to it. I really enjoy Worre’s ideas on what to do when a new distributor joins! Great ideas throughout this book on how to make things duplicable. He has a portion of the book dedicated to the importance of events too, which I find exciting! I look forward to going to some of these things and I enjoy his perspective on them for sure. One of my favorite parts of the book is this funny truth, “If a person starts a tradition business, they expect to break even in their first few years and possibly pay back their initial investment in the first five years. But when a person starts a Network Marketing business, they expect to get their money back in the first month, make a profit in second month, and get rich by the third month. And when that doesn’t happen, they blame Network Marketing! It’s like people don’t want the laws of business world to apply to Network Marteing. We DO have a better way, but we’re not selling magic beans here. Anything of value takes time to develop.” Now that is the truth for sure! Yes, you can get rich in Network Marketing! No, it won’t happen by itself or in the first few months (not usually at least!). Worre gives more formulas on realistic expectations. I know dōTERRA publishes their average incomes and I was shocked by them and expected them to be exaggeratory. I am pleased to find out they are indeed spot on – at least in my experience and those around me as well. All in all, this is a great book. Granted, it’s the only book of its kind I have read thus far but I really enjoyed it. I gained so much and will definitely use it as a reference for sure. And I recommend it to anyone who is in an MLM or even slightly considering one. I recommend it for anyone who wants a better, more free lifestyle and the ability to earn what they want. With the right MLM, you can still work your full time job and slowly convert over to full time MLM or make what you were making full-time doing part-time MLM. The options are as limitless as the potential income! Anyone who knows me knows me of all people would never have recommended an MLM to anyone even 6 months ago! But, like Worre says, it is because I only know people who aren’t that successful with them. I had a preconceived notion of what they entailed and had I ever taken the time to really learn about them, I may have changed my tune. It’s funny because I got into dōTERRA with the sole purpose of using them to help the health of my own family. And, like most, signed up with the intent to never sell. But when I realized I am not selling but education and teaching, which has always been a passion of mine, I realized I thoroughly enjoy it! In three short months, I have a team of 25 people! It’s crazy to me because I don’t work on it that much (but yes, I did work!). I am excited to see how we grow when I really start putting effort into it! I am excited to have more resources such as Worre’s book as well! EDITED TO ADD that now I have been "network marketing" for almost two years and I am SO THANKFUL that I decided to just go for it! I can't believe how amazing it is to just have a residual income check EVERY month, whether I work or not! And how much my checks have grown in two years is just crazy to me. Truly, had someone told me this a few years ago I would have rolled my eyes and thought (maybe even out loud) "Whatever" and went back to "real" work lol. Ah, so much can change when you just educate yourself, take a leap and go for it with products that you are head over heels in love with because they work! I thoroughly enjoy sharing and teaching about the oils and have re-read this book twice over the two years! Can I say it again? Read this book! Follow his advice and you CAN do this thing!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mandie

    I am a Beachbody coach, and we read this book together on my team. If you are in a MLM (multi-level marketing) or Network Marketing home-based business, this is a MUST read! This is what sets apart a hobby from a career. Extra cash from income. And in the case of Beachbody coaching, helping a couple people from starting a chain reaction of a ripple effect to help TONS of people. It's practical, applicable to most or all network marketing things, and is fantastic at outlining successful strategie I am a Beachbody coach, and we read this book together on my team. If you are in a MLM (multi-level marketing) or Network Marketing home-based business, this is a MUST read! This is what sets apart a hobby from a career. Extra cash from income. And in the case of Beachbody coaching, helping a couple people from starting a chain reaction of a ripple effect to help TONS of people. It's practical, applicable to most or all network marketing things, and is fantastic at outlining successful strategies without being creepy/salesy/money grubbing, the way that a lot of network marketers can be! It's also a great resource for anyone considering a career in network marketing. I am going to be purchasing several for my new members of my team!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Churchill

    So many people recommended this book to me when I joined Younique, and all of the reviews I read said they wished they'd read it sooner. Yet still it took me 6 months to get around to it. Guess what? I wish I'd read it sooner. A very valuable perspective on the Network Marketing profession and tactics for changing your mindset and language to achieve success. Clearly written and easy to comprehend, Worre has a way of being very persuasive while educating (not selling!), which is in essence the n So many people recommended this book to me when I joined Younique, and all of the reviews I read said they wished they'd read it sooner. Yet still it took me 6 months to get around to it. Guess what? I wish I'd read it sooner. A very valuable perspective on the Network Marketing profession and tactics for changing your mindset and language to achieve success. Clearly written and easy to comprehend, Worre has a way of being very persuasive while educating (not selling!), which is in essence the nature of the profession. I've learnt many valuable things from this book, and believe they will contribute to the success I WILL see from my business. Damn it I will! ;)

  4. 5 out of 5

    T.M. Williams

    This book is basically an infomercial. I've read almost every single marketing book there is and can gain something from most of them, although you see a lot of similar patterns, which is to be expected. The writing is mediocre at best. The only thing I got from this book is an advertisement to buy into the rest of his program, which I've attended - and didn't gain anything from either. I'm honestly not really sure how he continues to do so well in network marketing, there are much better speake This book is basically an infomercial. I've read almost every single marketing book there is and can gain something from most of them, although you see a lot of similar patterns, which is to be expected. The writing is mediocre at best. The only thing I got from this book is an advertisement to buy into the rest of his program, which I've attended - and didn't gain anything from either. I'm honestly not really sure how he continues to do so well in network marketing, there are much better speaker and trainers available with much better information. This book is a reflection of the only thing he teaches... how to buy more of his stuff. He's the typical - if you can't do, then teach (or sell that you can teach)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Joe Wisniewski

    Perhaps the biggest draw that I have so far with some of the better personal development books out there is how the author's are brutally honest about their life path. The really good ones talk about how, in most cases, they were at rock bottom at a point in their life. In a sense, it isn't that the Networking Model was the solution, but that they took control of their lives and TOOK OWNERSHIP of their lot in life. This entais: a. a brutally honest look at one's strengths and weaknesses b. an unde Perhaps the biggest draw that I have so far with some of the better personal development books out there is how the author's are brutally honest about their life path. The really good ones talk about how, in most cases, they were at rock bottom at a point in their life. In a sense, it isn't that the Networking Model was the solution, but that they took control of their lives and TOOK OWNERSHIP of their lot in life. This entais: a. a brutally honest look at one's strengths and weaknesses b. an understanding that no one ever successfully just sells ... they attract people to them because they invested in the relationswhips. c. they had a passion are willing to follow it d. they want to share and truly make others' lives better With respect to the networking business model, he is right. The economy of today and the future WILL BE compensation for value supplied. The underlying message of this book is as important as the individual nuggets of success that he delineates; and that is, no one but each of us are responsible for our lot in life. There are so many key guidelines he brings out. Some of those that ring true with me most are: a. We need to get our people as independent from us as soon as possible. b. We need to be consistent, day to day in what we do. c. Probably most importantly to me though is that "Anything Worthwhile Takes Time" d. I believe he categorized the main points that we wanted to make well, in his 7 skills: 1. Finding prospects 2. Inviting 3. Presenting your product or opportunity 4. Following up 5. Helping your prospects become customers or distributors 6. Helping your new distributor get started right 7. Promoting Events (Interesting chapter) The KEY once finshed reading is now we incorporate the new lessons we have learned into our processes and plans and approaches. If we don't do that, the reading of the book will have been a waste of time. I could go on and on. I strongly recommend this book. It is surprisingly short, but succinct.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sean Donahue

    A must read for any salesperson, not only Network Marketers. It will help you to plan your approach to any clientele that you would like to do business with where meeting in person might come in handy whether it is to land a new account, or to leverage the relationship to gain access to another relationship. It has great advice for developing friendships with the people you meet and how to approach them with the solutions to their inefficiencies, and if your product, service, or opportunity can A must read for any salesperson, not only Network Marketers. It will help you to plan your approach to any clientele that you would like to do business with where meeting in person might come in handy whether it is to land a new account, or to leverage the relationship to gain access to another relationship. It has great advice for developing friendships with the people you meet and how to approach them with the solutions to their inefficiencies, and if your product, service, or opportunity can solve their problem so much the better. But it is clear that you should be genuinely interested in other people and give value firstly in any capacity that you are able to. The tactics in this book are excellent at opening doors to opportunities. visit Learnandrich.com/GoPro for a more detailed review of the book.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    A good teacher takes concepts and breaks them down and explains them so that EVERYONE can understand. Eric Worre did a great job at breaking down marketing in a way that explains how to talk to people. That is mostly what it comes down to. Being approachable. Being relatable. Listening to others. Finding out what their needs are and helping them fulfill it. I will definitely be going back and re-reading this a couple of times! :)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Francisco Becerra

    This is a fantastic book about how to become a successful salesman. Passion, discipline, empathy, all this and more is reinforced by constant repeating page after page. However, some things inside this book gave me the shivers. The idea that it is better to become an MLM pro than studying. This make sense if the only thing you want is money, which lead me to other thing that I found surprising: the constant linking of wealth to money, as if it were the only thing valuable. The other most valuabl This is a fantastic book about how to become a successful salesman. Passion, discipline, empathy, all this and more is reinforced by constant repeating page after page. However, some things inside this book gave me the shivers. The idea that it is better to become an MLM pro than studying. This make sense if the only thing you want is money, which lead me to other thing that I found surprising: the constant linking of wealth to money, as if it were the only thing valuable. The other most valuable thing that the book portrays is the network. The book reinforces the idea of having business contacts as friends, of consuming everything MLM has to offer and almost nothing more, of delving into cultish behavior as the source of happiness and success. The book also sells the idea of how becoming a successful salesman not only help you, but is the key tool to help others. How going pro is about helping others by making them independent from you and obsessed with classic capitalism. This is an interesting twist of the self-helping book, but only if you are interested on how to become a professional salesman. Not my kind of literature, and not my life option.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Alease McClenniningham

    This book is anyone who has a business I heard my friends mention this book in a mastermind meeting. And I thought maybe I should get it. Man, I am glad I did. the book is filled with practical advice any marketer could use to grow their businesses. I strongly recommend this book to those seeking help with building rapport with future clients and customers.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Aline

    Compact and inspiring. I read the German translation and it was a bit weird sometimes...

  11. 4 out of 5

    Bill

    Great book for anyone considering or desiring Network marketing as a career.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Savannah Gudino

    Very informative about the industry and what it takes! Worth your time you appreciate MLM

  13. 5 out of 5

    Slayermel

    I really enjoyed reading Go Pro, Eric Worre really outlines the basics and what it takes to become successful in the Network Marketing Industry. The secret really is hard work and consistency. I love how he broke down the money making activities to help you stay focused and on task. Everything he talks about just makes so much sense and it really is about stepping out of your comfort zones. I'll definitely be looking into more of Eric Worre's trainings as they just make sense to me. I love how down t I really enjoyed reading Go Pro, Eric Worre really outlines the basics and what it takes to become successful in the Network Marketing Industry. The secret really is hard work and consistency. I love how he broke down the money making activities to help you stay focused and on task. Everything he talks about just makes so much sense and it really is about stepping out of your comfort zones. I'll definitely be looking into more of Eric Worre's trainings as they just make sense to me. I love how down to earth he seems, and how open he was in sharing his own mistakes when getting started in the profession. I would definetly recomend Go Pro to anyone trying to start or grow their own Network Marketing business, regardless of what company they are working with. The points can be used with any.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Durham

    Awesome. Tackling a new industry this came as a recommended read. Power backed book that I will always go back to. Stresses the importance of making a decision, having the correct mindset and positioning yourself for success. The memory jogger, list and principle associated with duplication are earmarked as invaluable. Note: I know I will continue to revisit this book.

  15. 4 out of 5

    DeAnna

    Go Pro is one of the most recommended “personal development” books in the network marketing business, and I can see why. I read it at the recommendation of my upline Beachbody coach, and I’m really glad that I did. Go Pro gives simple, easy-to-follow suggestions and steps on how to build your network marketing business. Some of it is a bit repetitive, and some of the steps may work better in some industries than others, but overall, I found it to be a very helpful guide. When I finished reading (e Go Pro is one of the most recommended “personal development” books in the network marketing business, and I can see why. I read it at the recommendation of my upline Beachbody coach, and I’m really glad that I did. Go Pro gives simple, easy-to-follow suggestions and steps on how to build your network marketing business. Some of it is a bit repetitive, and some of the steps may work better in some industries than others, but overall, I found it to be a very helpful guide. When I finished reading (er, listening to) it, I was feeling inspired and raring to go. I definitely plan on listening to it again. Eric Worre narrates his own book, and it took me a bit to get into it. He actually read surprisingly fast, so I had to slow it down for a while until I got used to it. Then I was able to go back to normal speed. If you’re in or interested in network marketing, I would highly recommend reading Go Pro! This review was originally posted on Two Moms Reading

  16. 5 out of 5

    Arash Narchi

    This book is awful. The initial pitch to show network marketing is better is not researched or well thought out its more of a hard sell. The respect I have for friends in this profession decreased based on this so called thought leaders expertise. The sections about network marketing being the future of economic growth also assumes that all jobs are going to shit whereas the reality is different and the advancements we are making will eventually bring forth smarter generations. Don't recommend t This book is awful. The initial pitch to show network marketing is better is not researched or well thought out its more of a hard sell. The respect I have for friends in this profession decreased based on this so called thought leaders expertise. The sections about network marketing being the future of economic growth also assumes that all jobs are going to shit whereas the reality is different and the advancements we are making will eventually bring forth smarter generations. Don't recommend this book for anyone.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Karen ⊰✿

    I listened to the audio which is less than 3 hours so easy to do while on 'the run'. Like any of these books, there are always pieces that are great take-always and others that may not work for you. All in all, I enjoyed learning about what he thinks makes someone successful in NM. My biggest criticism is that his steps are all based around F2F meetings or phone calls, which although is great in an ideal world, we now live in a social media one and so adapting those steps to social media would ap I listened to the audio which is less than 3 hours so easy to do while on 'the run'. Like any of these books, there are always pieces that are great take-always and others that may not work for you. All in all, I enjoyed learning about what he thinks makes someone successful in NM. My biggest criticism is that his steps are all based around F2F meetings or phone calls, which although is great in an ideal world, we now live in a social media one and so adapting those steps to social media would appeal to more people and give his 'system' more longevity.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mikko

    Was there anything about really honestly selling the products you market. Naah, just create a big network and money will follow. The basic problem with these is the fact that when you have loads of middlemen you end up with super low price-quality ratio. I know people in network marketing but I dont know people using their products. This book is about making a huge network by sucking up to people and calling that honest. Superficial. Use these tricks and lose peoples respect. I guarantee this.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Cody

    I cannot recommend this book to my fellow network marketers highly enough. It is an absolute must-read. I listened to the audiobook from Audible and let me tell you, it gets to the information quickly and tells you exactly what to do in order to build a business. Once I started applying what the author teaches, my business was transformed. I no longer dread prospecting. I love it. I know what to do. I have confidence and a long-term vision like never before. Do yourself a favor and read this book I cannot recommend this book to my fellow network marketers highly enough. It is an absolute must-read. I listened to the audiobook from Audible and let me tell you, it gets to the information quickly and tells you exactly what to do in order to build a business. Once I started applying what the author teaches, my business was transformed. I no longer dread prospecting. I love it. I know what to do. I have confidence and a long-term vision like never before. Do yourself a favor and read this book as soon as you can. It is worth your time.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michel Gonzalez

    I think this book has the objective add more people to writer's company. Contains some good points, however, it is a big sell. I don't understand why the people rate the book as good in amazon. I don't believe in network marketing that writer mention at the end, I think the most important thing is work to make a better product or service, now a days the technique of mouth to mouth is very effective, but the product's quality is very important too.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Mohammad

    I was re-introduced to network marketing by a close friend who is doing this business professionally. This book answered to almost all questions I had about network marketing, its pro and cons, I recommend everyone to read this book before starting this business. You might not be the right person for network marketing business. You can buy a copy of it from http://karoj.com/product/KP-43224/

  22. 5 out of 5

    Arleys Resco

    One of the best books that i have read in a long time, filled with amazing information, techniques and realistic claims about the network marketing profession. It is an invitation to be a professional in this business and to be able to achieve anything we want from it. A must read for networkers who want to become professionals.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Daniell

    LOVE THIS BOOK!! I recommend and give this book to my team. When one of my team members turn Silver, which is the first advancement level of networking and growing their business - I know they are serious about their business and I reward them for I know I am sowing into good ground. This book provides a great foundation for those who are brand new into MLM.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Adeelizabeth

    The positive and giving way this man looks at life is awesome. I would recommend this book to anyone even if they are not thinking about network marketing. The first and the last chapters were very enlightening and inspired me to give more and fear less.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Holmied

    I gave this book 5 stars, because it is a must read if you are in business. I finished it, then went back thru with a highlighter, and also wrote notes in my notebook. If you want to be a Professional in your business, then you must stay teachable and read this book.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bobbi

    Excellent! Easy to understand guidelines for anyone who wants to be successful in any business venture. The way the author explains the business really helped to take the negative stigma of NM from my thinking and put it in the proper perspective.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Oneuniquequeen

    A must read... This book is a must read, especially to those in the network marketing business. It has lots of tips and advice to help you in your business adventures. I most definitely will be using some of the advices given in my business.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ismael Ramirez

    If university of network marketing would exist, Eric Worre could be the Dean. In Go Pro, the autor conduct us, step by step, through the knowledge, tasks and secrets to develop the skills in order to become successful in the new economy of Century XXi.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jeanette

    I loved loved loved this book and will read it a million more times. I don't think it's just great for entrepreneurs, but also for people building a personal network. So much information...valuable information!

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly Smith

    This book is a must read for anyone who wants to succeed in sales, anyone in Network Marketing, or anyone who wants to bring their business to the next level, especially if they work with the public. Excellent information!

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