December 2016

DSN MAGAZINE

Cover Story

The Rhythm of Events

by J.M. Emmert

Events are a crucial ingredient to direct selling. Read more...


It’s been a dynamic year for the direct selling community. Read more...


A visit to the Palmetto, Florida, headquarters of It Works! proves this isn’t a typical direct selling company. Read more...


As they say, necessity is the mother of all invention. Read more...


Direct selling is a personal business, and for many of the individuals and companies involved, the personal commitment goes far beyond dollars and cents. Read more...


If you are like me, you may have a soft spot in your heart for the show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, a heartwarming show that aired from 2003 to 2012. Read more...


I am a businessman who loves taxes, but most of the businesspeople I meet do not share my enthusiasm for the subject. Where I think about taxes every day, they don’t like to think about taxes unless they absolutely must. Read more...


A leader’s most important job is to create an environment and landscape where the company can grow. Don’t kid yourself; this is a big job. Read more...


The speculation started immediately. As soon as the news—Herbalife Settles with FTC—began popping up on mobile alerts and news outlets early Friday morning, July 15, observers inside and outside the direct selling channel began scrambling to understand the bigger picture. Read more...


Several years ago, I read a book by John C. Maxwell, There’s No Such Thing as “Business” Ethics, and it has helped shape my philosophy and leadership at Team National. Read more...


DSA News

Doing the Right Thing

by Joseph N. Mariano

The direct selling channel, of which I have had the distinct honor of serving for more than three decades, can take justifiable pride in its tradition of upholding the most enviable of self-regulatory standards. Read more...


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