Bob Reina – article recap


Before we get to the article recap, let’s begin with a brief bio on Bob Reina. He is the founder and acting CEO for Talk Fusion. Talk Fusion, for those who do not know, is a video communications series for Direct Selling. He is using the Direct Selling for an ultimate purpose and goal. It’s not just about money for him. There is an end goal. If you want to know more about how to get involved with Direct Selling and his purpose, you need to get with Bob.


It’s more then a series for Bob. Bob is looking to turn Talk Fusion into a global billion dollar brand. What is different about Bob’s brand is how he using the medium. He is using it primarily to draw attention to animals and animal cruelty. Bob is looking to use his voice to give these animals a voice. He uses direct selling as a way to angle his purpose. If you wish to find out more about his Talk Fusion brand, please visit this link right here.

Now let’s get on with the recap.



Talk Fusion is about helping people. Since it’s opening, Bob has been involved in things like animal cruelty and helping others who are suffering. Bob is harnessing direct selling techniques to tap into his client’s consciousness. He is using direct selling to raise awareness to specific types of cruelty happening in the world around us.


“When you become successful in this world, many people feel that is it. There is more to life then money and fame. Once you are out there in the public eye, you have a greater responsibility. You have a voice. It’s up to you to use your voice to help out others. It’s important to give others a voice through your voice, especially those who are not given a chance. This is all part of our Talk Fusion Culture. It’s designed to get people talking about things, things they might not be talking about otherwise.”


Bob, through his direct selling techniques, help others to reach their goals. It’s win-win for everyone, he says. “Once you tap into someone’s dreams, there’s no limits. Once people reach their goals, it encourages them to do good for others. Basically, you are killing two birds with one stone here.”

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