I sat down and started writing and after four months the first draft was done. I made some copies and sent it out for feedback. Well, was I surprised, I didn't have to rewrite a thing. Off to the publisher, and In June of 1999 at the big event in San Jose, I unveiled Vested Interest Book and Tape Set.
Over the next several months I had to republish the book for a second time. I got a book deal in France and had it translated and published there. After that, it was published in Hebrew and I was traveling the world with Vested Interest.
What was most important to me as a distributor when I went to a meeting, was to come home with knowledge that would help me build my business. Unfortunately, most of what I heard were personal stories that were based on circumstance that really didn't apply to my situation in life. I called that "Style and Technique" training. What I heard were concepts that seemed to be universal among all successful distributors, but because this was a personality driven business everyone wanted to lay claim to their style and no one focused on the concepts.
What puzzled me the most was why some just were not successful. Then I uncovered this very important fact if you don't understand it, you won't talk about it and it may be the thing that makes the deal go.
The concepts of Vested Interest are just as valid today as they were when I first wrote the book 19 years ago. Now the revised and updated version is available in Video format.