Hey there! I wanted to share this message with you because it was on my heart to share it. Often times there will be people (even in my own network) that don’t really understand the power of Network Marketing.

    So many people take the industry of Network Marketing so personally. To be honest, it is not about pitching anybody and it is not about closing anyone either. This industry and business is about YOU/ME, your future, your families future. Now, when this business becomes about someone else is when someone asks how this industry can change their lives. That’s when this BECOMES ABOUT THEM.

    Remember, when someone sees the value of our industry their lives can and will be changed forever. So, continue to be inspired, continue to make it happen and continue to HUSTLE.




  • MY “WHY”

    As human beings, there is a reason for everything that we do.  A “why” if you will.  For example, if I went to the refrigerator to get something to eat, and you were to ask me why, I would tell you it is because I’m hungry or going to get food to prepare for my family.  If you were to ask me why I wake up super early in the Morning at least 5 times a week, I would tell you that, most likely, it is because I am waking up with and getting my kids up and ready for school.  There are a lot WHY’s in Life, but NOT ONE is more important than the WHY that defines your very existence.

    What is my WHY?  My Kids.  My Husband.  My Family.  The reason WHY I work so hard and do what I do is to provide the best Life I can for my family.  We’re not “rich”, but we are humble and live a very comfortable life.  Although I am not the soul provider for my household, I don’t want to have to say “no”.  I work hard and make the needed sacrifices that I do so that, for example, I can pick up and leave with my family and meet up with friends for a couple of nights and have the best impromptu Spring Break vacay EVER.

    That’s my why :).  To me, it doesn’t get much better than that <3,


    My life is crazy busy, and I literally wouldn’t have it any other way.  My family life can be perfectly described as beautiful chaos.  Why do I call it “beautiful chaos”?  Because my kids are the most amazing kids on this planet and we’re not perfect by any means, but we sure do have a lot of fun together.  I do have to admit that it is exhausting sometimes trying to juggle their’ hectic schedules along with my business and part time practice as a Nurse Practitioner and I am so fortunate to have such a wonderful life partner and teammate in my husband John.  I don’t know how I would be able to do it all without him.  Whenever I’ve needed to attend to an aspect of my life that either takes my focus or physical presence away from our family, he’s always there for me, and for our family.  I am a very lucky girl.

    So how do I balance Entrepreneurship & Family?  It’s simple: my family comes first.  I am a planner and I plan ahead.   I like to know what my Days, Weeks, and Months are going to look like.  I make sure that my kids activities and family activities are written down on our Calendar first, and everything else is added in after that.




    “Thanksgiving is one of the few times of year when people pause for a moment to recognize all that they have. But, you shouldn’t reserve gratitude for special occasions.

    Studies have linked gratitude to:

    • Better relationships
    • Improved mental health
    • Better physical health
    • Decreased stress
    • Increased energy
    • Exceptional mental strength

    Here are a few simple ways to incorporate gratitude into your life throughout the year: ……..” (CLICK HERE FOR FULL ARTICLE)


    “The realities of maintaining a work-life balance have always been challenging. But, better integrating the two concepts is the solution. Managing the way we work both inside and outside of our traditional working day is not only possible, but ultimately beneficial, for most people. And, because of technological advancements and changing attitudes in work-life balance, we’ve actually become wired for integration.”



    “You work for yourself?  Must be nice…”

    “A combination of these words have been uttered to me by friends, relatives, new acquaintances and even strangers via email, more times than I can count.

    So many people seem to have this romanticized version of what being an entrepreneur consists of. They’re bombarded with social media humble-brags of people working from the beach — they read articles about newly minted billionaires — and don’t even get me started on TV.”





    “The American market for almost everything is huge, but it’s not large enough for many entrepreneurs. For these growth-minded business owners, the rest of the world is their oyster. Seeking international growth by going global as an importer-exporter offers opportunity aplenty. Some of the specific advantages presented by successfully growing globally include: ……”



  • BE LEGIT IN 2017

    How to end 2016 with a bang so that you carry massive momentum into 2017 in a LEGIT way.

    1. Review your resolutions & goals from earlier in the year.

    Remember those goals you set way back at the beginning of 2016? It’s time to bust them out again.

    Some people procrastinate from reviewing their yearly goals in the forth quarter because they are afraid they will have to confront their lack lack of progress. Worse still, when they don’t see the progress they’d hoped for, so so so many people end up throwing up their hands and they give up. On the other hand, they convince themselves that, “I’m so off track from where I wanted to be, so to make things easier I’ll just start again in the New Year.”

    Now to me, that’s not only sad but crazy! When you program your mindset to think this way, you are essentially missing the power of taking action no matter how far into the new year you are at. It makes no sense to throw away three perfectly good months, two perfectly good months and even one perfect month of the year.

    Perhaps the more important thing you need to know is that you need to start New Year’s resolutions in the last three months of the year so that you start the first quarter of the new year off right. The fact is, you need momentum in the forth quarter to have a great first quarter. It’s almost impossible to go from a standstill to a sprint. Life just doesn’t work that way.

    So, even if you aren’t on track to hit all your goals (and you probably won’t be), look to create some momentum by figuring out what you can start NOW. All you have to do is create some forth quarter goals and get after them to set yourself up for success in 2017.

    2. Create your New Year’s goals NOW.

    This might sound crazy, but trust me, it’s a game changer. Create your goals for 2017 as soon as you can in the month of December at the latest. The reason why setting your goals in December is so important is because doing so allows you to absorb and live with your goals, which is VITAL and it still gives you some time to tweak them if need be.

    Goal-setting is a bit of an art form, and really, there are a ton of ways to do it effectively. Here’s a formula that I love for its simplicity and because I know it works. We call it the 5-4-3-2-1.

    Come up with goals in the following format:

    • five things you need to do
    • four things to STOP doing
    • three new habits
    • two people to hold you accountable
    • one new belief

    Going through this process as early as possible in Q4 ensures that you have time to check in and reevaluate your goals before January 1st. You can download our 5-4-3-2-1 worksheet.

    3. Don’t just create your goals, get started on them early!

    If you’re like most people, you probably begin each New Year with the best of intentions. You come out of the gate hot on January 1, determined to keep your New Year’s resolutions, but right around the 15th, your goals start to go off the rails. You grow frustrated and let your goals lapse, or start feeling guilty. Eventually, you just give up.

    Related: 3 Tried-and-True Business Tactics to Help You Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

    You see, it’s not enough to merely set your goals early (although, of course that’s important). You also have to get started on them in Q4 so you can practice them in a pressure-free environment. Use November and December as a training ground for your goals, before they go live.

    The thing is, you will fail. New Year’s goals are a practice. Allow yourself to succeed and fail early, without that added pressure and self-judgement that the New Year brings. You need to give yourself ample time to take hold of your aspirations, so you come out of January 1st at the correct angle of attack.

    4. Make sure you give yourself a break the last week of the year.

    Reserve that last week between Christmas and New Year’s for active rejuvenation — a chance to recharge for the big year you have ahead of you. This doesn’t mean you can drop everything when that last week rolls around. Ideally, you’ve planned ahead so you don’t have to catch up during this period.

    Part and parcel of rejuvenation is taking care of yourself and being smart about your health. During the last quarter of the year, be sure to

    • Eat alkaline foods (all illness thrives in acidic environments)
    • Wash your hands like crazy, give fist bumps more than high fives, and keep Purell at your desk
    • Get enough sleep, especially during holiday party season
    • Take vitamin C (I take it in the morning and during the day)

    5. Offset indulgences with healthy choices.

    Don’t start the new year behind the eight ball! With the endless parade of holiday parties and decadent meals this time of year, it can be tempting to engage in some seriously unhealthy habits. Avoid falling into this trap by replacing unhealthy choices with healthier ones.

    Remember it’s all about momentum for Q4. Avoid a holiday hangover and don’t eat and drink to the point of feeling sluggish, tired and awful in the new year. Notice that I did not say don’t enjoy yourself or be social. I’m a strong believer in giving yourself a bit more dietary leeway during Thanksgiving and over the December holidays. Just make sure you offset indulgences with healthy choices.

    6. Reset your internal clock.

    The fourth quarter means the end of daylight savings time and a rapid decline in daylight. Ask yourself how the shorter days impact you? For many, limited daylight corresponds with a decrease in energy and a downtick in mood. If this applies to you, you definitely want to get ahead of it.

    One thing is for sure, you don’t want to waste what little daylight you do have! Personally, I prefer working out later in the day during the winter because it gives me an extra boost to close out the day. The point is, do what you need to do to adjust to limited daylight without losing a step.

    Related: Early to Work, Early Back Home Banishes the Wintertime Blues

    7. Go into the holidays with clear personal objectives.

    Finally, don’t forget what the holidays are really about: Maintaining our most important relationships. I find it ironic that many leaders, who can be so methodical in all aspects of their business, leave one of the most important aspect of their lives — their relationships with their closest friends and family — completely up to chance.

    That’s why you should go into the holidays with clear set objectives when it comes to the relationships in your life. It doesn’t have to be complicated, either. It can simply be a mindset that you’re going to make a concerted effort to work on one or more of the relationships that are important to you.

    Remember, just as having a great day is dependent on having a good morning, having an amazing new year is all about having a fantastic and well-thought-out fourth quarter. Practice certainly makes perfect, and failing is all a part of the process.

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