First, know that we are network marketers. We know, firsthand, that building a network marketing business is hard work. We have known struggles. We have known the highs and lows. We are on the front lines of this business still today. And ultimately we have built a business that that we are proud of. In short, we have walked a mile in your shoes.
Hubnoodle was born from our experiences growing a network marketing business. We needed a way to share all of the great resources our team created, but with just our team (think password protected). We needed a way to organize information so that everything was easy to find and intuitively laid out. We wanted to make sure everyone, and I mean everyone, in our entire organization had access to the latest and greatest information to be successful. And we wanted more time to enjoy the fruits of our network marketing business. Hubnoodle provided a solution to all these problems. So we built the site and had incredible feedback from our whole downline – so much so, that new people wanted to sign up with our team because they had heard about this awesome resource. Now, we are offering you the opportunity to solve all these same problems. So go ahead….take the information that is in your noodle….put it into your hub…..and create your own Hubnoodle.
Now for the personal stuff. My name is Brock. My wife, Angie, and I are partners in life, in business, and in just about everything we do (except for fantasy football…that’s all me). We have two great kids, have been blessed by our Creator far more than we deserve, and strive to live our lives by learning, doing, and helping.
I would describe Angie as the definition of a Proverbs 31 woman (read it if you don’t know what I’m talking about). And yes, I realize how blessed I am. She may describe herself as an introvert, a serial blogger, a hater of dirt and clutter, and the maker of some awesome Instant Pot meals. She graduated from Anderson University with a degree in Computer Science (which came in handy when laying out the Hubnoodle site) and worked a few years as a programmer until becoming a mom. She started a network marketing business and has done a great job building a team (they are truly an amazing group of women) and a successful business. From this process, we came up with the idea for Hubnoodle.
I worked in Corporate America for about 12 years in various roles, but recently I had the opportunity to return to Anderson University as a professor of finance. I love it. I’m an active options trader and love introducing students to the world of finance. We are actively working on Hubnoodle together, and we hope it provides as much benefit for you as it has for our network marketing team.