Founded by two well-known personalities in multilevel marketing, The People’s Network quickly grabbed the attention of many people.
You may, or may not have heard of The People’s Network, but hopefully, after this post, you will be more familiar.
In this post, I am going to provide a history of The People’s Network.
I will review this former system.
I will also provide some cool facts that I picked up as I researched the company.
The People’s Network History
Back in the mid-1990’s, Jeff Olson who is the CEO of Nerium and Eric Worre who has Network Marketing Pro started The People’s Network (TPN).
TPN was a first of its kind in network marketing.
Selling satellites and services, they also had their own televised program in which they also sold self-help tapes and books.
The system was a hit and those who joined were happy to do so just to gain the help that Jeff and Eric had to offer.
“Successful people fail their way to the top.” Jeff Olson
“You can tell the size of the man by the size of the problem that gets him down.” Eric Worre
The help TPN provided network marketers was immense.
As a matter of fact, Online MLM Community attempts to replicate some of the great measures TPN gave to members.
In 1997, Pre-Paid Legal Services purchased The People’s Network, and for the most part, as satellite service began to change, TPN limped along for a short period with their programming of self-help materials, but with Eric and Jeff moving to greener pastures, it fell away.
A Review Of The People’s Network
I truly believe that The People’s Network was an amazing idea.
Plus, I am somewhat flabbergasted as to why other multilevel marketing companies have not used a similar approach.
I do know that the cost of airtime can be high on television, but if done properly, I think that it could work well.
With 2 personalities like Jeff Olson and Eric Worre, The People’s Network had the right stuff.
We can witness that with how Jeff is doing now with his company Nerium and Eric just keeps moving forward with Network Marketing Pro.
We can learn a lot from both Eric and Jeff, and what they did with The People’s Network.
I would love to hear what you have to say about The People’s Network.
Were you ever involved with it?
You can tell us more in the comments area at the end of this post.
Some Cool Facts
As I was researching this post, I ran across some cool facts about The People’s Network and the personalities involved with it. Check some of these out but first, check out this video from Jeff Olson when he was CEO of The People’s Network:
When polls were taken about top MLM trainers, The People’s Network founder, Eric Worre comes in the top 5 along with Todd Falcone, John Maxwell, Randy Gage and Tim Sales.
Eric Worre has built organizations that had over 500,000 distributors in 60+ countries.
The People’s Network were the initiators of preaching the use of the 3rd Party principle.
Before The People’s Network, both Jeff Olson and Eric Worre were with Quorum International: an electronics multilevel marketing company.
Pre-Paid Legal which became LegalShield paid 1,000,000 shares of their company’s stock to purchase The People’s Network.
Jeff Olson and The People’s Network preached PDR. PDR stands for Plan, Do, and Review.
Speakers on The People’s Network included MLM stars such as Jim Rohn, Brian Tracy, Les Brown, Jeffrey Gitomer and more.
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So what are your thoughts on The People’s Network, Jeff Olson or Eric Worre? Were you involved back in the 90’s with this system?
I really believe that if a person were to try a similar approach in today’s world, it just may do quite well.
Offering a self-help television programming that shows people how to do multilevel marketing the right way, much like Charles does here at Online MLM Community.
What do you think?
Leave any comments, questions or suggestions in the comment area below. And if you were with the People’s Network, please tell us more. Thank you.
Disclaimer: Neither I nor the Online MLM Community is affiliated in any way or form with any of the MLM companies referred to in this article. This is not a paid review. It is written strictly for your information.