Shaklee has an opportunity opening up in India beginning in January of 2014 and I am looking for high powered people who want to learn Attraction Marketing and can set up their network in the U.S. in order to recruit young Indian men and women in India.
Early participants in India will be in the forefront of that vast country’s Shaklee team of distributors, and stand to benefit handsomely. The four product lines of Health products, Cleaning products, Beauty and anti-aging products and the newest line of the 180 Weight Reduction program will gain traction quickly in India as they have in China.
Before qualifying to sponsor in India next year and in China today (Shaklee has been available in China for four years), one must qualify as a Distributor and sell a minimum of $2000 per month in the U.S. Indian citizens in the U.S. can gain an advantage in learning Attraction Marketing to help sign up an adequate downline during the next ten months an be in position to then work with sellers and customers in India.
Through this site you will learn the basics of On Line Network Marketing, have a chance to sign up through me to become a distributor, get a personalized, low priced and sophisticated pre-made website to jump start your efforts and access to the training that I have taken and recommend.
All it takes is energy, ambition and enthusiasm to get started. The cost is only $49 to register through me as a distributor at the following location on my Shaklee website: BeautifulLiving101.com Or you can sign up only as a customer to try any products. Free membership is available when you sign up for the Vitalizer vitamins (choice of Men or Women). When you are ready to become a distributor, I will provide a website for you with a simple process to follow and access to additional training you might want as you proceed.
Get excited, get active, get going!
February 6, 2013 – Thomas Friedman on Indian Youth
“India is the most intriguing case — if it can get its governance and corruption under control. The quest for upward mobility here, especially among women and girls, is palpable. I took part in the graduation ceremony for The Energy and Resources Institute last week. Of 12 awards for the top students, 11 went to women.
“India today has 560 million young people under the age of 25 and 225 million between the ages of 10 and 19,” explained Shashi Tharoor, India’s minister of state for human resource development. “So for the next 40 years we should have a youthful working-age population” at a time when China and the broad industrialized world is aging. According to Tharoor, the average age in China today is around 38, whereas in India it’s around 28.”
Girls in India are my target for offering them a way to become independent and self sufficient. My target ages are girls 18-25 which will include a very large segment of the population. They deserve a helping hand upward for their future in a very male dominated society where sutee (the tradition of throwing wives willingly or unwillingly onto the funeral pyre is all too recent!).
Men and boys will not be ignored but are welcome as well in a separate network for opportunity in India to take the same steps to self reliance and opportunity. I’ve been told it is advisable to promote two separate groups.