Education is about teaching people to behave as they don’t behave. Shawn Gray shows us how to prioritize your tasks the right way. Also 1 smart goal for new distributors designed to build huge momentum.
Who is Shawn Gray?
After giving up a career in commercial aviation in the 90’s to pursue a future in networking marketing, Shawn Gray, along with his wife (Carmen) just celebrated their 20th anniversary in MLM.
Shawn and Carmen have worked with two different companies over those 20 years and have focused much of their efforts the past six years living/working in Asia building their global team.
In their current company they have received awards as the Distributors of the Year, Leaders of the Year and Global Ambassadors. They’ve have added over 200,000 people to their team and earned millions of dollars over the last 48 months.
Along with their 10 year old son and four year old daughter, Shawn & Carmen travel extensively helping people create better lives all over the world.
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“Education does not just mean teaching people what they don’t know. It’s teaching people to behave as they don’t behave”
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