Robin Rushlo

Robin Rushlo

I was born in the summer of 1955, in a Soddy on the Great Plains, in the …oh wrong story. My friends call me they call me Robin, Dr Robin, the Blindguy and Dr Blindguy. I am married to Kathy and have two grown daughters out of the house (25 and 26) and two daughters in the house, 15 and 16 and a granddaughter 9 and a grandson 22 months old , that live with me on 2.2 acres in Hills, Iowa. “Dr. Robin”, the well known MLM Radio personality is an Eagle Scout and 24 year U.S. Army and Army Reserves veteran. While still in the Army, he began building his “honorary” doctorate in the Network Marketing world. He built a huge Amway organization in the tens of thousands. He later was a top producer at A.L. Williams and has had experience in numerous other network marketing companies. He is a nationally recognized expert in the network marketing business with the following credentials: Certified Network Marketing Instructor since 2005, Certified Network Marketing Mentor since 2005, Certified Network Marketing Scholar since 2006, Certified Master Network Marketer since 2007. Dr. Robin is also considered an ambassador for network marketing as well as serving in the capacity of policing the companies that do not positively represent the industry. Dr. Robin has been the host of several radio shows (KEN I, KDEF, KKIM, KQAK,). He is currently involved in five network marketing uplines with thousands of distributors in his organization. Did we forget to mention; he has done all of this in the past several years and Dr. Robin is blind? Dr. Robin is the current host of his radio show, "Networking with the Blindguy" with up to 3.8 million listeners.

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Recipe for Trouble:Documentation (or Lack Thereof)

We all like to trust people and we would like really be much better of if people always did what they said they would do. But we all know that this is not always the case. If you are a business owner, you can find yourself in deep trouble if you do not document.

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Recipe for Trouble: IT

Depending on how dependent your company is on computers, IT (or information technology) can be your biggest ally or the biggest thorn in your side. While people tend to refer to IT for anything that involves computers, information technology can encompass a very large variety of business needs from servers to websites. There is no one-size-fits-all IT professional any more than there is a one size fits all employee of any type.

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Water is Water Right? Wrong!

We all know that we should probably be drinking more water. We have all heard the health benefits staying hydrated. But we get busy and we forget to drink. So we stop by the drinking fountain and take a quick sip or hit the office water cooler and we think we are getting the hydration we need. But hydration is not even enough. We also need the proper trace minerals.

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Anatomy of a Great Network Marketer

What makes a really great network marketer? The ones that network constantly, that have thousands of contacts, many of whom will follow them into any business they recommend. The ones always seem to be the first ones to know about a new opportunity and can tell immediate whether the opportunity is the next great thing or just a bunch of hype. What makes them the biggest at the best?

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Recipe for Trouble:Success

It may sound strange to say that one of the things that can get you into trouble really quickly is success. After all, that is what you are trying to accomplish, right? Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it), some companies become more successful than they ever imagined and find themselves in trouble.

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Recipe for Trouble:The Internet

We all know the power of the internet. If you are starting a new business, the internet can be your best friend. It can also be your worse enemy. There are two quotes about the internet that you should keep in mind. The first is "You can't take something off the Internet—it's like taking pee out of a pool" (Author Unknown).

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Recipe for Trouble:Human Resources

When you are stating a new business, or even if you have been in business for some time, one of the easiest things to overlook is human resources. When your business is small, you might have a nice family-type atmosphere. You may be spending more time at work than you are at home. It is easy to forget that people are your employees not your family.

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Recipe for Trouble: Communication

In a new business there are always lots of things going on. At least, there should be if things are moving along. If you are the only one involved in your business then communication is easyyou just look at yourself in the mirror every morning. But it is far more likely that there are several people involved.

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Recipe for Trouble: Expansion

Everyone wants their business to grow and everyone wants to make as much money as possible in their business. If they didn't, they wouldn't have started the business in the first place.

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Recipe for Trouble: The Business Plan

Taking the time to do the business plan will pay for itself many times over. The plan will help your business get off to great start and stay on track and will decreases your chances of making one of many fatal mistakes that can happen in a new business.

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Attitude Adjustment

Winter is an easy time to get discouraged, especially if you live in a state that has a real winter with cold and snow. You get tired of sitting in the house and even more tired of freezing every time you step out the door. On top of that, it is another snow day and the kids are home yet again. It's easy to sink in to the TV-induced hypnoses just to avoid thinking about the whole thing.

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Warm Your Body and Your Soul With a Great Cup of Coffee

While a great cup of coffee is always a welcome treat, there are just some days that call out for coffee. You look out the window and see nothing but an expanse of white. Yes, it is snow and more is falling. The wind is howling and no matter what you do, you can't seem to get warm. The coffee maker is just calling your name. But you don't want just any cup of coffee, you want something really special.

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The Anatomy of a Successful Company

Have you ever thought of how the perfect company would look? Most of us have worked for someone at some point in our lives. What did you like about the way they did business? What didn't you like? If you were running the company, what would you do? There are some key elements that can make or break a company. The same is true whether you have team that is part of a multi-level marketing company or the company is an independent entity.

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The Waiting Game

Starting a new business or investing in a new venture often involves waiting. Waiting for everything to come together, overcoming the seemingly never-ending "glitches," the inevitable delays. It can all take a toll. Pretty soon you find yourself just waiting.

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Product versus Opportunity

One of the great debates in the multi-level marketing world is how to introduce someone new to the company. Do you let them know about the product first or about the opportunity to recruit and build a team? While it may be that there is not a one-size-fits-all solution to this question, most of the time it is better to lead with the product.

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