A Nostalgic Tour of my Amway Tape Collection

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I rummaged through old boxes in my garage and found a big plastic bin full of old Amway tapes. I talk about my top hitlist in this video. This video is just one installment of my email series “Deep Secrets of Marketing Psychology I Discovered in MLM.”

I’m sure you can find some of these tapes on Ebay. If you don’t have ’em, pick up a few of these titles and add them to your “audio swipe file.” They’re all brilliant, and instructive.

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And of course your comments and stories are always welcome, below….

Perry

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Perry Marshall has launched two revolutions in sales and marketing. In Pay-Per-Click advertising, he pioneered best practices and wrote the world's best selling book on Google advertising. And he's driven the 80/20 Principle deeper than any other author, creating a new movement in business.

He is referenced across the Internet and by Harvard Business Review, The New York Times, INC and Forbes Magazine.

177 Comments on “A Nostalgic Tour of my Amway Tape Collection”

  1. I am looking for a tape by the name of a lady called Emery, she talks about stockings and her best breast doctor

  2. Are you still wanting tapes? I have to move and can’t take my collection. Willing to sell. We were in from 1990 -95 ( bill and peggy etc. )

  3. Looking for a speech, I think by Jay Van Angel, about a place called kullameyr? The basis of the story , There is no free lunch.

  4. I’m trying to track down that remake of the 100 year old speech that tells about the guy who went looking for diamonds and left a home sitting on a mine….the guy who went looking for gold and sold his house that sat on a gold mine…and the guy who walked into the tigress river………..with a message success is in your own back year. a classic

    1. The Book is called Acres of Diamonds…perhaps the version would be now in CD or ebook.

      But here is the link to the HTML Version to read.

      Great story indeed…I read it in 1993.

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