12 Organic Principles for Success with Kosta Gara

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Speaker: Kosta Gara

Time: July 19, 2016 - Pre-recorded

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Kosta has been a friend and supporter of DSWA for over fifteen years. We are excited to share this interview with Nicki Keohohou and Kosta discussing his new #1 best selling book on Amazon.com.

Organic Networker is considered to be the new “how to” book for the direct selling profession. It stimulates considerable thought that takes you far beyond other industry specific books you have read. Interwoven throughout are Kosta's 12 Organic Principles for Success, giving you practical, straight-forward tips for turning adversity into victory. You will be embraced with the knowledge and wisdom to build the inner strength necessary to achieve a level of success that will enhance your personal and professional life forever.

“I have known Kosta for more than a decade through his journey from top field leader, company owner and now supplier to the industry. Every step of the way he has exemplified professionalism, wisdom and integrity. Kosta has lived what he teaches in Organic Networker. This book is a 'must have' for everyone with a desire to grow a thriving business.”

- Nicki Keohohou
CEO of the Direct Selling World Alliance

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About Kosta Gara:

Kosta Gara is a highly respected international networker and corporate executive. His direct sales organizations have spanned to more than 30 countries, and his most recent venture is in the energy drink market with accumulative sales in excess of $300 million.

Helping people learn and implement his 12 Organic Principles for Success is what motivates Kosta, today. His personal achievements, success and ability to connect with his audience on a personal level have made him a highly demanded keynote speaker at conventions across the globe.

Kosta is a co-author to two Amazon best selling books, More Build It Big and Guerrilla Multilevel Marketing. He has also been featured in Forbes, Inc., CNBC, Wall Street Journal, Grupo Formula, Cronica, and Televisa, the largest broadcasting station in Mexico.