Meet Kenny & Chante Lloyd
Kenny Lloyd has gone from broke as hell to living well and has helped thousands to do the same. His father, Earl Lloyd, was the first African-American to play in the NBA and is in the NBA Hall of Fame. Kenny attributes much of his success to having his dynamic wife Chante by his side and as a solid support.
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Eric, Kenny, and Chante discuss what differentiates million-dollar earners from the rest in Network Marketing, the sacrifices they make, and how earning $1 million + a month in the Profession is becoming possible. [4:30]
Eric, Kenny, and Chante talk about momentum in a company and what happens in most Distributors’ minds when a company slows down. [16:00]
Kenny recounts his background, his upbringing, and where his drive came from. [20:00]
Kenny shares his philosophy about wealth and provides his opinion on whether people can change. [25:55]
Eric and Kenny talk about what they did different in their Network Marketing businesses that most people don’t. [30:50]
Eric asks Chante and Kenny if they could change one thing in Network Marketing, what would it be? [35:50]
Kenny explains how his father set him up to achieve the success he’s had today. [37:23]
Kenny and Chante share two of their defining moments in Network Marketing. [41:45]
Chante and Kenny offer advice for people who are ready to go to the next level in their Network Marketing careers. [50:40]
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