Christine Knapp had a vision for her future. “I wanted the freedom to say ‘yes’ to my children,” Christine said. “Financially, I never want anything to hold me back from saying ‘yes.’” Christine became an N2 Area Director in 2014 after deciding to pursue her vision. Her tenacity enabled her to manage two publications, two
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Welcome to our three-part series introducing N2’s new Directors of Product Growth. In addition to Keith’s story below, be sure to check out our articles on Bobby Wright (director for Real Producers) and Denise Castellano (director for BeLocal). Enjoy! Keith Sewell and the position of Director of Stroll Product Growth seem to be a
Welcome to our three-part series introducing N2’s new Directors of Product Growth. In addition to Denise’s story below, be sure to check out our articles on Bobby Wright (director for Real Producers) and Keith Sewell (director for Stroll). Enjoy! “Overachiever” might be an apt descriptor for Denise Castellano, who recently stepped into the newly
Welcome to our three-part series introducing N2’s new Directors of Product Growth. In addition to Bobby’s story below, be sure to check out our articles on Denise Castellano (director for BeLocal) and Keith Sewell (director for Stroll). Enjoy! When Bobby Wright accepted the newly created position of Director of Real Producers Growth, it marked
If you know your Bible history, you might say Joni Giordano-Bowling was the Saul of print in her previous career. She actively set out to destroy print in the name of internet marketing, and she was good at it. Now, after more than eight years with The N2 Company, it’s safe to say Joni’s had
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They were drawn to the role for different reasons, but many former teachers have found similarities between the two roles.
“Coming in as a previous partner really gives us a unique perspective to understand that side and to make it a more beneficial experience for all the partners.”
The Terrys may be “working parents,” but it seems more fitting to say they are parents that work.
Moms are amazing. I promise I’m not just saying that to pat myself on the back. It’s just high time we acknowledge the crazy amount of stuff mothers do every day. Moms are master multitaskers. Moms have amazing EQ – emotional intelligence. Moms are great at remaining calm in stressful situations. Moms are humble enough
These top salesmen’s stories on what gave them the momentum to leave corporate sales and take the AD franchise opportunity speak volumes.