ACN Regional Vice President
and Circle of Champions Member
Stewart Taub knew exactly what he was looking for in a network marketing company. With ten years of experience under his belt, having already built an international, million-dollar business with another company, he possessed a strong understanding of the dynamics of cooperative marketing. So when the freedom and independence of the accompanying lifestyle came calling after a four-year hiatus, he cautiously researched 30 potential opportunities before selecting ACN.
To an experienced marketer like Stewart, ACN's telecom specialization seemed too good to be true and he could not ignore the amazing potential he immediately saw in ACN. Being able to live life on his own terms with an incredible residual income is an appeal he simply could not match in another company. Never again would Stewart have to compromise his values, beliefs, integrity and most importantly his self-respect for his career. "I was excited about technology, and felt that telecommunications was the right medium for moving into the next millennium. ACN was properly positioned for global expansion, and for diversity in terms of services marketed."
During their first two years, the GOYA twosome adopted a feverish work pace, knowing from past experience that "how a business gets started is going to determine their results many years down the road." With an organization of over 1 million customers and 70,000 Independent Representatives, they are responsible for identifying and developing 30 percent of ACN's Regional Vice Presidents. They have also risen as two of ACN's most sought after trainers delivering powerful messages on stages around the world.
"It's more about the thrill of victory,
the challenge of what's taking place internationally and ultimately
the excitement of beating other companies and network marketers to the
punch", Stewart said. ACN's global expansion, the incorporation of utilities
and the booming Internet all have this powerful team hungry for more.
"With ACN, if people did what they had to do for five years, they can
do what they want to do for the rest of their lives", Larry said.