Meet Adam Green
Million-dollar earner, author, and speaker, Adam Green reached the top of his company's compensation plan by age 25, becoming the youngest million-dollar earner in his company's history.
As a highly sought after international speaker in the Network Marketing Profession, Adam is able to provide inspiration and motivation for all age groups. He is dedicated to helping everyone improve both their financial and personal health, achieve their own levels of success, and fulfill their dreams.
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Adam's early life goals. [2:35]
Buy a house or go to school? [4:05]
Adam's introduction to Network Marketing. [5:40]
Rejecting Mom and Dad's advice. [7:50]
To go all in or not? [10:00]
Is it necessary to go full time in Network Marketing to be successful? [12:32]
Adam makes the decision to go full time. What happened next? [15:10]
Adam gets outside his comfort zone. [16:10]
Adam talks about learning to lead people older than him. [19:10]
What happened to start the growth in Adam's business? [21:00]
Compensation plan changes are an illusion. [22:42]
How Eric retrained his brain. [23:40]
How Adam went from leading 500 people to 4,000 people in a year. [25:40]
Adam describes what his first Keynote speaking event was like. [28:00]
Adams goals and why. [29:30]
One million people joined Adam's company before him. Adam shares what makes him different from the rest. [34:30]
The fear of not succeeding. [38:30]
Adam explains what it feels like to have people thank you for helping them live the life of their dreams? [39:20]
The story behind Adam's book '25 to Life'. [43:00]
Adam gives his words of advice. [45:50]
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