In this dumdaar DVD – Hai Dum, Jeetenge Hum; T.I.G.E.R. Santosh Nair, India’s most famous Entrepreneur Coach, Motivational & Confidence Guru, Author & a Visionary- speaks about “The power of being a Network and Market Developer. Starting with his own journey of 30 years as a sales person and how he reached great heights in life, he weaves the entire story of how ‘Hai Dum, Jeetenge Hum’ became a part and parcel of his own personality and in his growing years how that became the motto of his life. Hai Dum, Jeetenge Hum is a story about how the Network marketing people should build their capabilities over a period of time. In this DVD, T.I.G.E.R. Santosh Nair takes us through 4 strategies to win: Strategy 1: Become a Network & Market Developer Strategy 2: Build Confidence Strategy 3: Never forget the 3 door policy Strategy 4: Always follow the Common Denominator of Success In Strategy No. 1, T.I.G.E.R. Santosh Nair speaks about 4 types of networkers, namely: 1. The promoters, 2. The diplomats, 3. The presenter, 4. The network and market developer. He goes on to explain the characteristics of each of the above 4 types of networkers and concludes it by advising that: • 33.33% of our time should be invested for today, • 33.33% of our time should be invested for future • 33.33% of our time should be invested for self – development. If this happens you will be in a position to become the 4th kind of networker which is the ‘Network and Market Developer’ which will enable you to maintain your dum (strength) and you will be in a position to continuously keep winning. In Strategy no. 2, T.I.G.E.R. Santosh Nair talks about how these ‘Network and Market Developers’ build confidence. He speaks about the 5 stages to acquire confidence and the 5 thoughts of confident people that ‘Network and Market Developers’ need to inculcate. In Strategy 3 he speaks about the 3 door policy that a network marketer should never forget and in Strategy 4 he talks about the common denominator of success and enumerates his own 22 habits which made him powerful all throughout the last 3 decades of his career. In the end, he speaks about the power of purpose and how the unconditionally surrendering to one’s purpose is important for maintaining the dum (strength) so that we keep on winning all the time, every time.