Who is Raymond Fong?
From the cluster-phobic and “top security” cubicles found in Aerospace companies to working anywhere on his laptop in the world, Raymond has gone from being a “rocket scientist” (literally) to full time internet marketer.
How did this all start?
Soon after getting his bachelors from Harvey Mudd College, a little school in Claremont, CA, Raymond went straight to working for an aerospace company.
He thought he had it made. At the peak of his short-lived career, he raked in $85,000 a year plus bonuses.
Well… layoffs happened within the first 3 months. While he got lucky and dodged the bullet (despite freaking out and frantically looking for “backup jobs”), it definitely got him thinking.
“Hmm, is this whole climbing the corporate ladder really as glorious as he had imagined?”
He thought getting a masters degree in computer engineering from University of Southern California (USC) was the solution, to help him move up and to find satisfaction – that wasn’t it.
See, it didn’t matter which company he was with and which position he had, he was still working for someone else and lacked the freedom he wanted. Not to mention the ridiculous daily commute he had to put up with in the crazy Los Angeles traffic.
While there are some that take join in their jobs, Raymond just wasn’t one of them. “Corporate” just wasn’t his cup of tea.
It was around this time he was introduced to network marketing.
He found a great mentor who was so patient and kind and taught him the ropes of MLM. He learned people, communication, and business skills that 6 years of higher education (for a total of $250,000 in tuition) couldn’t afford him.
He met and sponsored some amazing people and found a great team (it was during this time he formed a strong alliance with Fernando Ceballos, whom he met at USC and would become his great friend and business partner).
However, he was still troubled…