“If you want to be successful, you have to Jump, you have to take a leap of Faith”
— Steve Harvey.
Hello, I am Robert Proctor, and I would like to start by saying if you are considering starting a Multilevel marketing company, congratulations!
My “formal” education certainly did not prepare me for the network marketing industry or the knowledge and relationships I have developed over the years, which are necessary in the industry today.
“Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune.”
— Jim Rohn.
No truer words were ever spoken to describe the industry of Multilevel Marketing. Unfortunately, you won’t likely find any formal classes in high school or college that will teach you how to launch a network marketing company. So, you must work with people that have “the right stuff,” and can take you from vision to success, and from concept to commissions.
Robert Proctor is the CEO and President of MultiSoft Corporation, an international MLM Software provider to the industry since 1987. Since 1999 Robert has been involved in the launch of over one thousand Multilevel Marketing Companies. Robert has been a keynote speaker at the MLM Startup Conference in Las Vegas since 2012.
He and his company have been involved in nearly every aspect of helping clients launch their network marketing companies. From consulting to software and e-commerce to directing website and UI design, setting up server farms, compensation plan review and design, sourcing logistics, how to hire the right staffing, print media, developing onboarding systems, and much more.
Robert attributes his success and the success of MultiSoft to his mentor and retire founder of MultiSoft, Peter Spary, who left him with a simple principal of “Did you do what you said you would do”.
Married to his wife Susan for 21 years, his personal motto of “you have to give what you’ve got, to get what you give”, a principal he taught early on to his son and daughter, have allowed him to practice servant leadership on behalf of his clients, his church, and the Boy Scouts of America.