This Week’s Guest On Legacy Leadership Is Garrett McGrath
This week’s guest on Legacy Leadership is Garrett McGrath, President of the Association of Network Marketing Professionals.
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Garrett McGrath has over 30 years of experience as a top network marketing professional and is a highly sought-after keynote speaker, leadership trainer and team-builder. Mr. McGrath has built organizations in excess of 150,000+ distributors in 21 countries worldwide, together with his wife and business partner, Sylvia, and has served as Master Distributor for four network marketing companies.
Over the past several years, Garrett has also served in various corporate leadership roles: as Chief Impact Officer, as President, and as CEO of an award-winning, international network marketing company.
Garrett is a regular contributor to various industry-wide generic educational conferences, such as Direct Selling University, Rank Makers Live, the European Direct Selling Congress, and has been featured in a variety of professional publications, such as Direct Selling News, Social Selling News, Networking Times and Business For Home.
Garrett has also served as President of the Association of Network Marketing Professionals (ANMP) since 2012. Together with the ANMP Board of Directors, the McGraths are Ambassadors for the Network Marketing profession, working to elevate the entire profession to a new level of public awareness, credibility, partnerships, education, service and global reach.
Key Quotes From The Show:
- “In any declining profession or any declining relationship, the relationship starts to be run by what’s not said rather than what is said. Communication breaks down.”
- “If you’ve ever golfed, when you strike the ball, if you’re one degree off, you’ll end up in the rough. But if you make a one-degree adjustment, you can be on the fairway, you can be on the green, or you can get a hole-in-one. That adjustment is very hard for you to make through the feel. You’ve got to see it from someone else. You’ve gotta see one to be one, you gotta see a good golfer to be a good golfer. And learning those adjustments, those micro-adjustments, that’s what this event is about. It’s not about selling you another course, it’s not about getting another book, it’s not about having “shelf help.” It’s about making that difference and you’ll see that.”