Bill and Mary Ann Hyman

Mary Ann and Bill Hyman are Marketing professionals who believe you should be trained, coached, and mentored by people who have actually built Marketing organizations and proven they have “been there/done that..

                               

Together they have over 46 years of combined business experience and have built organizations with hundreds of thousands of distributors, all over the world.

Bill is also the author of Chicken Soup for the Network Marketer’s SoulFrom the New York Times best selling series.

This website is dedicated to fulfilling the goal we have to help mentor, train and promote people to their highest potential..

To learn more about building a large successful Network Marketing organization, or to order the Network Marketing 101 training system, please feel free to peruse our site.

 


 

Who are Bill and Mary Ann Hyman?

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Bill Hyman

Bill Hyman is one of those rare individuals that has mastered an industry. Having been in the Network Marketing Industry since 1979, Bill has been in the top 1% of every company he has joined and has owned his own Network Marketing company.

Unlike so many industry trainers who have not actually achieved huge success in MLM, yet claim to be qualified to train on how to do it, Bill has built organizations in excess of200,000 people, spanning dozens of countries and has made millions of dollars in this amazing industry. He has been fulltime in the industry since 1979.

Mary Ann Hyman has been an entrepreneur her entire adult life. Starting at the age of 17, she entered her first direct sales company and today has a laundry list of accomplishments, including:

  • Head of a large Network Marketing companies Product Advisory Board.
  • Published author
  • Sought after speaker.
  • Currently has a large Network Marketing organization that has created an upper six figure a year income.

Mary Ann is spearheading the drive to help women succeed in business.

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