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Kandee G, MLMIA President Ted Silverberg & DRA's Pat Newlin on The Home Based Business Radio Show

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Ted Silverberg is President of the Multi-Level Marketing International Association (MLMIA), a professionally managed not for profit trade organization strongly committed to the advancement of the rapidly growing Network Marketing industry. And the CEO of Biometics International, a Company founded in 1993. Prior to Biometics, he was VP of an advertising company, a top in country producer for over 10 years for one of the Nation's largest sales companies and a sought after trainer and life coach. In his ongoing role as CEO of Biometics International, he continues to put his leadership and vision to work for the MLM industry. He is a strong advocate for inspirational and philanthropic business practices and is furthering his commitment to development, working with the MLMIA. Ted is an avid surfer, golfer and mixed martial artist. He is the proud father of two girls and spends his free time watching them play sports. Kandee G is an internationally recognized speaker, author, coach, radio and television personality. She hosts a weekly radio show, Kandee G Radio: Nothing But Good Newsand a new TV show; Kandee G TV: Nothing But Good News. She is the author of Now Boarding; Next Stop-Your Remarkable Life. Kandee G has a captivating message and a compelling story "from peanut butter to private jets". She is an expert in the field of thought transformation and delivers the message and the tools for real success, abundance and happiness. Kandee G brings to her audiences amazing interviews, inspiring stories and real tools to transform ordinary outcomes into extraordinary results. She has a strong sense of purpose to change the planet and transform people's lives.

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