The Millionaire Training
Your Bridge to Networking Success in the Gig Economy
40 years after the epic event that is widely considered the best Network Marketing training in the industry, Larry and Taylor Thompson have finally published The Millionaire Training. Larry and Taylor now host the weekly Millionaire Training Book Club podcast to support it!
This LEGENDARY training is the foundation on which almost every significant company since 1980 is built. Importantly, it provides you with the master keys to networking successfully in today’s Gig Economy.
Meet your Online Upline and Book Club hosts, Larry and Taylor Thompson
Celebrating over 50 years in the Network Marketing Industry, Larry was the mastermind behind Herbalife International, the creator of The Millionaire Training, and dubbed “The Original Architect of Wealth Building” by The Wall Street Journal.
Taylor was the definition of the stay-at-home Mom when she started in the industry in 1993. She is Founder of The SheNetwork, the CoFounder of the LT WealthBuilding Academy, and the host of the weekly Millionaire Training Book Club podcast.
About The Millionaire Training
On February 21, 1981, Larry Thompson, the mastermind behind the Herbalife International success story, was recorded presenting the 1st official Herbalife Training Seminar at the Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles, California. At the time, Herbalife was doing less than $1 million a month. Four years later, it was producing more than $100 million per month. That’s $1 Billion per year, in under five years!
The Millionaire Training is a four-hour recording. It is the distillation of 15 years’ worth of applied information, tactics, and psychology that Larry mastered from mentors and peers, Bobby DePew and Jim Rohn, who are considered the original strategists and personal development experts of the network marketing industry.
The Millionaire Training is the ultimate full-immersion training for ambitious entrepreneurs, regardless of what company, products, or services you represent. There is no question why The Wall Street Journal called Larry, “The Original Architect of Wealth Building.