Joshua Fuson

I imagine you've found this page because you want to know a bit more about me, my background, and my history.

I was born in a sleepy little town in South Texas (Hankamer), and spent my childhood in Texas and Oklahoma. I was never really interested in entrepreneurship or in owning my own business, and backed into the home-business industry in 2005.

I had failed miserably in several ventures, and continued to fail until I began learning the magic of direct-response marketing.

Things shifted dramatically for me at that point. I learned how to elecit a response from people who were looking for the types of products and services I had to offer, and learned the art of lead generation.

From humble beginnings, I've been blessed to have now built multiple companies, web assets, and websites from scratch. I've had the good fortune of being a part of several successful online campains, and have managed to learn many great lessons along the way.

I owe the vast majority of my success to the great people I've had the opportunity to work with and learn from over the years.

Some of my best mentors are dead - people that I've studied and learned from their writings, experiences, and words of wisdom that they left on the world.

Specifically, I'd like to thank Anthony Robbins, Jim Rohn, Blair Warren, Kendrick Cleveland, Chet Holmes, Charles Haanel, and Paulo Coelho, for their influence in my life.

I'd give much kudo's for the men and women I've worked with that have helped shape who I am. Gino Niccoli, for taking an aspiring marketer under his wing and teaching him how to get a transaction done. David Ford, for setting up a remarkable forum to master the skills of driving online traffic. Scott Hallman, for giving me a bigger vision of what can be accomplished in business.

I'd like to thank all the great men and women who I've had the pleasure of working with throughout the years. Julia Phelps, Stacie Ward, Carol Ryland, Maria Luperte, Lloyd Brogan, Martin Lightbowne, Julia Durrant, Chris Kunchick, Patrick Logan, Trudy Arnett. Some I have worked with longer than others, but all have had a remarkable impact on my life, and I owe a great deal of my success to you.

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