Dr. Charles King And “The New Professionals”

Oct 3, 2011, Network Marketing

Shares Facebook Twitter Pinterest [dropcap]I[/dropcap]f you are or ever have been a skeptic of the network marketing industry, or you know someone who is, then you’ll want to hear this story of Dr. Charles King. He was well educated, Ph.D. from Harvard, and tremendous business accomplishments, and a network marketing skeptic himself. As a matter […]

Dr. Charles King expert researcher on the network marketing industry[dropcap]I[/dropcap]f you are or ever have been a skeptic of the network marketing industry, or you know someone who is, then you’ll want to hear this story of Dr. Charles King. He was well educated, Ph.D. from Harvard, and tremendous business accomplishments, and a network marketing skeptic himself. As a matter of fact, when researching an economic downturn in the early 90’s, he looked into all areas of the possibilities for people to start their own businesses as a means of helping the economy: including franchising, direct sales, and other areas.

But he was just negative about network marketing, based on pre-conceived notions, and wouldn’t even look into it as a possibility for people to make their own income from home…until a student put him in his place!

See how he did it in this video. After all of his work researching the industry, this is what he’s likely best know for, his role in this video titled Brilliant Compensation.

 

The New Professionals By Dr. Charles KingCharles King received his Ph.D. in Business from Harvard University and is currently Professor of Marketing at UIC (University of Illinois at Chicago). He teaches his students about management, marketing and entrepreneurship. His research interests include marketing, strategic positioning in changing market structures and network & multilevel marketing.

He’s also authored a book titledĀ The New Professionals

  • Brent,

    What a great video! Dr. King knows what he is talking about. I’m glad that student opened up his eyes and showed him the light!

    It’s too bad the video cut off before the interview was over though.

    I think you’ll find the most people have “preconceived notions” about our industry, without ever doing their due diligence. It’s sad, but true.

    Anyway, good post and nice blog.

    Have a great day.

    Chuck

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