Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Work From Home and Get Paid To Play Poker - How great Is That!?

After working in the MLM/Network Marketing Industry for over 12 years, I have seen many opportunities come my way but nothing as unique as this one. Poker and MLM collide to bring the home based business to a new dimension. How many people do you know that play poker? Even if you don’t, I 'm sure you know a handful.

Before I go any further, I want to disclose something to you. I am a founding affiliate for the Poker Training Network. I will also be honest – I did not know how to play poker before I was introduced to PTN but I saw the potential of earning from the industry that intrigued me.

Texas Hold ‘em is becoming one of the fastest growing sports. Think about if you were the first in the car industry. How about having the first casino in Vegas or the first to open a daycare in your town? For the first time ever, playing poker online and network marketing are joining forces. According to the Poker Training Network website, the system uses proven technology enhanced learning system methods that are normally used by universities. PTN has an extensive library of online poker training modules, and live training for the newest and most advanced online poker players.

This is a business for anyone. Poker Training Network provides training for poker players of all levels, from beginners to pros. Their products are web based programs, which means no shipping, and instant delivery. Even if you don't play poker, the skills you'll learn from the online training will make you an expert in no time! Wouldn’t it be great to gather with a few friends to play some cards? I'm not talking about your typical “HOME PARTY” business, like many of you are familiar with – this is just fun!

With over 300 million poker players worldwide and growing, this is an opportunity of a lifetime for anyone looking for some extra money. Poker is recession proof! No matter how bad the economy gets you can always find a group of people willing to get together for a game.

Poker is fun, exciting and it stimulates your mind. It is a game played in family rooms, casinos, retirement homes, pool clubs just about anywhere – for this reason poker is the game of choice for thousands of people.

PTN is a program every serious or casual poker player needs if they want to win, and with this exploding growth, totally recession proof, you want to get positioned as quickly as possible. We're a growing team. We will support you with all your efforts to earn huge residuals.

Is the PTN product worth the price regardless of the income opportunity? Every good player works on his game. A golfer, basketball player, chess player and so on. To improve poker skills, some people read books, some use online tools, some go to online training programs like PTN.

Shelley Kimberly is an author in The Power Of Mentorship book series with Zig Ziglar, Jim Rohn and Bob Proctor. She is a proven leader in the Network marketing industry and she establishes viable, sound business partnerships one association at a time. She can teach you the skills to grow a successful Poker Training Network Business.

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