November, 2008 FRUITLAND PARK, Florida
Many readers of the MIM Online Magazine will recognize Robbie Bracco as a network marketing legend. In his customary style, Val Smyth, owner of the increasingly popular entrepreneurial magazine, gets Robbie to reveal the secrets to her success. Val doesn't go for the general kind of answers you may expect, but rather he insists that his guests give some nuts and bolts strategies that people can turn around and use right away. According to Karen Weir, founding member of Acquire Benefits Group and subscriber of the magazine, readers will not be disappointed. "I've always had great respect for Robbie, but after hearing her personal story I am truly moved and inspired", she stated.
Readers will learn from Robbie how to turn adversity into achievement. It's an experience that she herself won't soon forget either. When asked to comment on the interview, Robbie had this to say:
"When I was invited to do this interview with Val Smyth of MIM Magazine I was a little concerned because I have never been good at scripted interviews. I was relieved to learn there is no script. This interview was like none other I have ever experienced. Val made me feel as though we were seated in my living room face to face and engaged in a productive conversation on how we can effect positive situations with the people we become involved with on a day to day basis. I left that interview with a very good feeling that I had certainly gained as much as I had shared, and for me that is a great interview!"
Mr. Val Smyth had this to say about his experience interviewing Ms Bracco:
"A magnificent lady with an unbelievable attitude... From hardship to riches; Robbie is a wealth of wisdom with so much to offer ... An interview with Robbie does not suffice, we need days to really discover what she is all about... "
Val Smyth of MIM Online Magazine is featuring women in business. Robbie Bracco is one of many business women recently featured in the magazine that focuses on providing "meat and potatoes" information that marketers can put into practise immediately. The format is more like a fire side chat than a formal interview.
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