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Have you ever been afraid to take a chance? Well, what IF that one choice would later change your life?

Today I am going to talk about the “fear of failure” and the “fear of stepping out”– listen to this brief video message, then read below it for a little extra encouragement==>…

When I started my business, a small article was forwarded to me that made a BIG difference in my business. After you read it I will tell you the real lessons I learned that led me to seven-figure success in network marketing=>

THE PRICE OF THE PROMISE: The Power Of Network Marketing

Mark Yarnell, a minister in a small town in Texas, was headed for bankruptcy and just about to lose his car and home. He looked for a way out and discovered network marketing. Luckily, he had a wise sponsor.

The sponsor gave Mark “THE PRICE OF PROMISE”.
“This business can set you free financially in one to three years.”…

I’m getting extremely excited for the upcoming edition of Networking Times Magazine (our profession’s leading publication for Network Marketing Professionals). It will be talking about network marketers as social entrepreneurs!

Sir Richard Branson says as social entrepreneurs “We are stimulated by the desire to ensure business has a purpose beyond profit, also focusing upon people and the planet.” I believe many network marketing professionals and companies fit this description perfectly.

When I began my network marketing career, I was a kindergarten teacher who made an impact on the lives of the children in my classroom, but always had a dream of influencing many children’s lives around the world.…

I spent time today reflecting on the life a man that totally changed my life– the late Christian Diaz, who was a mentor, father-figure and very close friend of mine.

Christian was a mentor to many in the network marketing profession. He was known for speaking words of life (like “you are exceptional and bound for greatness”), and his love spoke life into the leaders he influenced. He was also an amazing artist too (check out “The Offering”–which is proudly displayed in my home)=>

Often times we get caught up struggling and striving for the world’s version of “success” and “significance”…and we forget that success comes from the significant impact we make on our home, and those that we love and lead.…

Believe in Yourself!

Your sense of value cannot be based on your achievements, how well you perform, how someone treats you, or how popular or successful you are. All of these things (success, money, looks, careers, etc. can fade). So don’t let other people, systems, or circumstances influence your estimation of your value. Maintain focus on your personal progress and your personal pace, and commit to remain in peace.

In my past I have struggled with my weight (I’ve lost and kept off over 50 pounds in total)–yet I would still find myself comparing myself to others and beating myself up for my imperfections.…

How to Be The King (Or Queen) Of Questions 

Networking can be a bit scary, can’t it?

I admit it—I am an introvert by nature (yup it’s true)! And to be honest, most leaders that you see grace the stage will admit they are a bit introverted when it comes to one-on-one or small group networking settings too.

We had our pastors over today and talked about how we both speak in front of large crowds, yet are both more introverted when it comes to smaller settings and networking. I shared with them the story of how I went to a networking event in my new neighborhood recently, which really stretched me– 

The other day there was a garden walk with the ladies on our new lake.…


Remember that feeling of excitement and expectancy when you started something new?

When the “newness” wears off, and times get tough we have to recall those feelings and remember why we started in the first place…

We all have a mission in life–whether it be in our marriage, our ministry, our families, our business or our career. We all have people that are depending on us to be effective and to cast a vision for them to reach their full potential in life. What if we quit, or operate at less than our best because we have a disappointment we allow to derail us???…

I’m Living My Dream Life!

I’m a formerly shy 30-year old teacher by trade, who was living in one of the more depressed economies in the country. While I loved teaching, we were facing financial difficulties, and the loss of my job. This caused me to look for extra income, and my search led me to my current business.

I was freelancing for a company whose brand was in retail to supplement my teaching salary. I made the transition with them when they moved from retail to direct sales, and became one of the first consultants in the company. I immediately began sharing our story: of our products and our life changing opportunity.…