Brian Gibbs
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Brian Gibbs

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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jul 9, 1969 (Age: 47)
    Home Page:
    http://briangibbs.com
    Location:
    San Antonio, TX
    Occupation:
    Entrepreneur, Motivator, Speaker
    I have been an entrepreneur since I was a child. My first memory goes back to when I was five years old. One night The Wizard of Oz was showing on T.V. For a small admission my friends received a drink, pop corn, and got to watch the movie (on a blanket). Overall, I probably only earned a quarter. But, that’s when I learned about profit. A few years later I developed an interest in puppets. So, I started producing puppet shows and charging admission. That “business” didn’t work out so well.

    In 1984 I began racing bicycles. A few years later I made the national team and raced at the elite level of my sport. After three “failed” attempts at the Olympic Trials, I “retired” from the sport.

    A good friend of mine invited me to a “party” at somebody’s house. There were several people there putting on airs. One guy even had a “sporty” red velvet coat. I wasn’t impressed. And, after I learned what I was looking at I also wasn’t impressed… Fast forward to 1997 when I was invited to an office to review a company. I didn’t know I was (Nobody really retires from sport once you compete at that level…) That’s about when I was first exposed to network marketing – even though I didn’t know it.

    In the begin looking at network marketing – again. But, what I knew was it was a lot different than my first exposure. What I saw made complete sense – work as a team, build an organization, earn residual income from the work you had already done. I was hooked.

    I have been an entrepreneur since I was a child. My first memory goes back to when I was five years old. One night The Wizard of Oz was showing on T.V. For a small admission my friends received a drink, pop corn, and got to watch the movie (on a blanket). Overall, I probably only earned a quarter. But, that’s when I learned about profit. A few years later I developed an interest in puppets. So, I started producing puppet shows and charging admission. That “business” didn’t work out so well.
    In 1984 I began racing bicycles. A few years later I made the national team and raced at the elite level of my sport. After three “failed” attempts at the Olympic Trials, I “retired” from the sport.
    A good friend of mine invited me to a “party” at somebody’s house. There were several people there putting on airs. One guy even had a “sporty” red velvet coat. I wasn’t impressed. And, after I learned what I was looking at I also wasn’t impressed… Fast forward to 1997 when I was invited to an office to review a company. I didn’t know I was (Nobody really retires from sport once you compete at that level…) That’s about when I was first exposed to network marketing – even though I didn’t know it.
    In the begin looking at network marketing – again. But, what I knew was it was a lot different than my first exposure. What I saw made complete sense – work as a team, build an organization, earn residual income from the work you had already done. I was hooked.
    I have been an entrepreneur since I was a child. My first memory goes back to when I was five years old. One night The Wizard of Oz was showing on T.V. For a small admission my friends received a drink, pop corn, and got to watch the movie (on a blanket). Overall, I probably only earned a quarter. But, that’s when I learned about profit. A few years later I developed an interest in puppets. So, I started producing puppet shows and charging admission. That “business” didn’t work out so well.
    In 1984 I began racing bicycles. A few years later I made the national team and raced at the elite level of my sport. After three “failed” attempts at the Olympic Trials, I “retired” from the sport.
    A good friend of mine invited me to a “party” at somebody’s house. There were several people there putting on airs. One guy even had a “sporty” red velvet coat. I wasn’t impressed. And, after I learned what I was looking at I also wasn’t impressed… Fast forward to 1997 when I was invited to an office to review a company. I didn’t know I was (Nobody really retires from sport once you compete at that level…) That’s about when I was first exposed to network marketing – even though I didn’t know it.
    In the begin looking at network marketing – again. But, what I knew was it was a lot different than my first exposure. What I saw made complete sense – work as a team, build an organization, earn residual income from the work you had already done. I was hooked.
    I have been an entrepreneur since I was a child. My first memory goes back to when I was five years old. One night The Wizard of Oz was showing on T.V. For a small admission my friends received a drink, pop corn, and got to watch the movie (on a blanket). Overall, I probably only earned a quarter. But, that’s when I learned about profit. A few years later I developed an interest in puppets. So, I started producing puppet shows and charging admission. That “business” didn’t work out so well.
    In 1984 I began racing bicycles. A few years later I made the national team and raced at the elite level of my sport. After three “failed” attempts at the Olympic Trials, I “retired” from the sport.
    A good friend of mine invited me to a “party” at somebody’s house. There were several people there putting on airs. One guy even had a “sporty” red velvet coat. I wasn’t impressed. And, after I learned what I was looking at I also wasn’t impressed… Fast forward to 1997 when I was invited to an office to review a company. I didn’t know I was (Nobody really retires from sport once you compete at that level…) That’s about when I was first exposed to network marketing – even though I didn’t know it.
    In the begin looking at network marketing – again. But, what I knew was it was a lot different than my first exposure. What I saw made complete sense – work as a team, build an organization, earn residual income from the work you had already done. I was hooked.

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