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090 – Making a Difference in the World by Contributing to Other’s Happiness – David & Angelike Norrie

David and Angelike NorrieWhat a show! Today, David’s guests are David & Angelike Norrie, two wonderful souls who have thrived not only in their own lives and relationship, but in bringing happiness, success, and freedom to others. Listen to them telling David their stories, what this wonderful business has done for them and how Network Marketing helped them see who they were meant to be.

David started as a journalist, working in a radio station and writing for the sport section of a Newspaper. He loved being with people, and telling their stories; he identified with the human spirit. He was also a personal trainer on the side. He was unhappy and did not see a future in that business that would make him truly happy until he was introduced to the world of Network Marketing by his wife Angelike Norrie. They met when David had to reluctantly interview Angelike after having won some Fitness Competition! 

Angelike, a college drop-out, started in Martial Arts, winning championships, then gone to Corporate America and was very successful  in medical device sales after some bad knee injuries. After escaping 60-hour work weeks with extensive travel, she switched to Network Marketing and discovered the freedom to enjoy life, and the people in hers. Angelike is the author of “Life Lines”, a 4-part journal series for women. Using the power of technology, Angelike developed Lady Boss Training, an online monthly membership club for women who want to be mentored and coached with cutting edge health information, fun recipes, laughter and goofiness, and strategies for building happy, balanced lives and financial stability. Angelike’s philosophy and the Lady Boss program have been featured on NBC, ABC, CNN, FOX, and CBS.

Books:
Unlimited Power by Anthony Robbins
21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John C. Maxwell
Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs by Carmine Gallo
Networking for People Who Hate Networking by Devora Zack

Quote:
“Today is tomorrow’s yesterday, make it count.” Unknown

Reference:
www.angelikenorrie.com