Direct Sales and MLM

Distributor Spotlight - Eric Caprarese

By
Kevin Thompson

I have the distinct pleasure of introducing Eric Caprarese (pronounced "Cap-ah-reese"). Eric is an established, full-time networker and he enjoys many of the blessings this great industry provides. He's been involved in networking for over 20 years! When I first met Eric over a year ago, I was immediately struck by his commitment to operating his business with transparency and integrity. Despite achieving top leadership ranks in the industry, he's never taken a special deal from a company (which is very impressive). In the interview, we discuss the following:

  • Strategies he employs to amass such a large following on his Eric Caprarese Fan Page (over 18,000)
  • History in the industry
  • The role leaders play in moving product versus developing other leaders
  • Key decision points for all young distributors as they grow in the industry

Eric's message at the end is powerful: anyone can do it. It's true, you've got to partner with the right people and the right company. But if you do your homework and find a leader worth following and a product that stirs your passions, anything is possible. If you have any thoughts or comments, please share them below. And if you think Eric did an awesome job, hit the Like or the +1 button for me, will ya:) Thanks.

If you want to stay in touch with Eric , subscribe to his personal website, Eric Caprarese. Follow him on Twitter: @ericcaprarese “Like” his fan page: Eric Caprarese Fan Page

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