Kerwin grew up and was raised in the city of Brooklyn, New York. After attending MEC of CUNY, he embarked on a career in sales. His first job after leaving college was a Sales Rep for a fortune 100 consumer goods company.
Kerwin was quickly promoted within the first 9 months of employment to a Business Unit Manager leading a $30 Million dollar unit. As he grew to different levels within the corporation handling and managing sales of over $200 million dollars, and though the perks and pay were great, he wanted to own his own business.
The First Taste Of Owning A Business For Kerwin
In 2004 Kerwin took a leap of faith and opened his first business. It was a retail shop near his home in NJ. Store ownership was great and had its positives, but as a result of the recent economic conditions in our country, unfortunately the business had to be closed. He then turned to network marketing as a way to not only help himself, but also a way to help others who may be going through recessionary issues, those looking for a change, those that have a burning desire to branch out on their own, as well as former business owners. Network Marketing offers us the ability to earn as much income as we need if done the correct way. The realization really comes down to you understanding the importance of how to market in the network marketing arena, the differences between residual income vs. linear income and the true value of family and the things that are truly important.
Today, Kerwin works from his home office as an online business and network marketing coach and brings all his years of experience and leadership to the forefront. He is exposed to the best internet marketers and cutting edge systems on the planet which enables him to deliver results.
His strong interpersonal abilities, his easy going style and his zeal for winning is like a contagious magnet. Kerwin knows what it is to be on that journey to success. He is a great trainer, mentor and leader. His “Why” for all that he does is for his children Kerwin, Nadja and his wife Karen. What is your “Why?”
Live Your Dream,