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Personal development in network marketing.
When you work in network marketing you are never alone. You have your sponsor and your team and the opportunity to participate in different courses, presentations, events and personal training. I have had the honor of meeting the best coach, Marc Accetta 4 years ago in Italy at "A View from the Edge"
If you want to work with network marketing, the most important thing is to find the product that you like and use and you would like to represent. I have found it in the world's largest industry, travel industry and the product called "Dreamtrips". A "dream trip" trip is something completely different from all previous trips you made. We know that once you have a Dreamtrip trip, your view of traveling will change forever. I have traveled with the company at least 30 different countries in recent years, and in the autumn four dreamtrips are also booked.
It's August 1st and my 90 day project starts today, now, here in Sweden, but soon I travel to the world. Thanks to a friend who introduced a new form of business, my life began to change. Network marketing or Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) as it is also called, is a way to organize direct trade. The organizational form has been used since the mid 50's and has since grown in importance not only in Sweden but all over the world. But success does not come by itself but requires a lot of wear and tear. And even the most driven entrepreneur sometimes needs inspiration. Today I start with a true inspirational workout.
The first ancestors of today's Swedes arrived in Sweden 12-13 000 years ago. These groups settled first in Skåne. The native population is Sami and immigrated from the East for between 8000 and 5000 years ago. Today there are 17,000 Sami in Sweden. Sweden reached 10 million inhabitants in 2017. Those who know the country have positive views about it. The Volvo car, Ikea furniture, Ice Hotel, Swedish moose, SKF ball bearings, the Abba music group and the Nobel Prize are best known in Sweden. The Nobel Prize, which has been awarded annually since 1901, was created by a donation of dynamite inventor, engineer Alfred Nobel. In Sweden, nature is varied and amazing as are the cities. The capital is Stockholm and the second largest city is Gothenburg my hometown. Gothenburg was founded in 1621 by Gustav II Adolf. From the 1990s, tourism has increased greatly in Gothenburg and you are also welcome here.
This weekend I was in Hungary the country, where I was born. Hungary is a small country in Central Europe. The eastern part of Hungary is known for its plain land, Pusta and its western part of the largest freshwater lake in Central Europe, Lake Balaton. The dominant city in the country is the capital, Budapest, with over two million inhabitants. The old town, Buda is located on the west side of river Duna, and the more modern district, Pest, on the right side of Duna.. Budapest is a tourist city with most famous buildings, Parliament on Duna right side and the Royal Palace with Mattias Church and the Fisherman's Bastion on the left. If you go for a walk on Andrassyboulevarden, you will reach Hjorten's square. Here you can have a coffee at Vajda Hunyad castle and a bath at Europe's largest bathing house, called Széchenyi
A little history of Hungary. - During the 800's century magical tribes moved from today's Russia and settled on this area. In the year 1000, Stefan I. made a Christian state. The Ottoman Empire defeated the Hungarians in 1526, but the Austrian support was restored in Hungary in 1697. In the 1867 the Austro-Hungarian monarchy was formed. After the Treaty of Trianon (1920) Hungary was limited to two-thirds of the historic Hungary. During the Second World War Hungary was occupied by the German troops of 1944. Soviet troops liberated Hungary between 1946 and 1948 and People's Republic formed in 1949. After the 1956 Revolution, the Socialist One Party System reigned until 1989 when the Communist Party was abolished in 1989 and this year I started a new life, a lively life, in Sweden.
Our last destionation on the cruise is Singapore. Singapore is the smallest country in Southeast Asia but has the highest standard of living and is the 3-th richest country in the world. The name Singapore is derived from the Malay words singa (lion) and pura (city). Singapore consists of 63 islands including the main island. Singapore is the second most populated country in the world (after Monaco) and the population has a mixed descent. Malajer, which is native to the country, is 14%, Chinese is 77% and Indian singapore 8% and the rest are mixed. During our trip have visited both "China town" and "Little India". National languages are Malay, religion is mixed but ethnic harmania prevails throughout the country. Singapore is a popular destination and tourism is one of the country's biggest industries and the country has twice as many tourists each year as its residents .. Many tourists are attracted to modern Singapore's central business district and tourist island - Sentosa- Here you live a lively life.
Our next destination is Thailand, former name Siam. We spend one day in Pattaya one of the biggest tourist destinations known for its nightlife and tourist attractions and one day at Ko Samui, famous for its nature and for its beaches. But if you want to experience the big city life, go to the capital Bangkok where you can enjoy shopping. So we did.
Our trip continues to Cambodia where tourists are attracted to beautiful beaches like Sihanoukville. The country 93% are Buddhists and speak the language Khmer. As a proof of Khmer the greatness of the people is the ruins of Angkor. In 1431, the king was moved from Angkor to Phnom Penh, the current capital.
Our trip continues to Vietnam. Vietnam has become an increasingly major tourist destination and lures with lovely beaches, exciting history and lively folklore. Vietnam was originally a French colony and was divided after the Indochina War (1946-1954) to the north and south Vietnam and the war continued as Vietnam war. North Vietnam received support from the Soviet Union and China, while South Vietnam was supported by the United States. The 1976 war ended with North Vietnam victory and today Vietnam is a communist country.
Our first stop is in Northern Vietnam is Ha Long Bay. The bay consists of a tight network with approximately 2,000 limestone islands. Several of the islands are hollow, with huge caves. Not far from the bay lies Vietnam's capital, Hanoi, meaning "inside the rivers". Our second stop in Vietnam is Da Nang in central Vietnam where there was the old Champ people before, which spoke the champ language, Malay-Polynesian language. Da Nang for me the most attractive white beaches of the miles. Our third stop is Nha Trang. Today, the city is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Vietnam. In Nha Trang we have spent a hole day at the Vinpearl Island amusement park where you can get there by a cable car. Our last stop is at Hô Chi Minh City, before Saigon, a city in southern Vietnam on the western side of the Saigon River. Ho Chi Minh got its name from communist leader Ho Chi Minh and today is the country's largest city. Ho Chi Minh City has neither subway or trams and traffic is dominated by mopeds. They really live a lively life.