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My fiance and I were married in November 2002. Lori was working a dead end banking job and I was finishing off a business administration degree with minors in finance and accounting. After four years of University and jobs in both the banking and retail sales industry I knew that working for myself was the only way to go! - Cory Reynods
I worked in various forms Information Technology for the past 31 years and my wife had always worked in administrative support and customer service. We wanted the security that having our own successful business would give our family and we wanted more time with our kids. So when I got laid off from my last J.O.B. and found this business we just knew that this was our answer. I've never experienced vacations and hospitality like i do now - Don Wilder
After spending years in retail management and in the construction industry, we were tired of keeping someone else's schedule! Too tired at the end of the day to enjoy our family, never even had time to take our children to dinner in a restaurant, we decided to look for a better way. This business was the answer for us, as it allowed us to earn income from home, on our terms. It's been a few years now, and we are both running this business full-time. Our dreams are becoming a reality - Anne Bullen
I had worked as a lab technician for a number of years, but when we had children, daycare costs blew me away. I decided to stay at home and work around my family using my computer and now I make more money than I did working full-time! - Shannon Dyck
I had spent 20 years working in a dead-end job doing marketing & advertising. My husband works in engineering and even with two incomes, we were purchasing more on credit than we were banking from our full time jobs. Working part time, I earned an extra $650 in my first month and after only 18 months, I was banking more than $6,500 a month full-time. - Karen Winter
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The incomes and successes depicted are representative of some of our most successful participants. These incomes and lifestyles are not average and the majority of individuals earn less. These figures should not be considered as guarantees or projections of your actual earnings or profits. While most participants did not generate a profit, leaders (the top 25% of participants) were paid an average annual compensation of $2,900 (with a median level of $741) in 2011. These figures do not represent a distributor's profit, because they do not include the expenses incurred by a distributor in operation or promotion of his or her business. The expenses a participant incurs in the operation of his or her business varied widely. Expenses can be several hundred or several thousand dollars annually. Such operating expenses could include advertising and promotional expenses, product samples, training, travel, telephone and Internet costs, and miscellaneous expenses. Your success results only from your successful sales efforts, which require hard work, desire, diligence, leadership, and talent. For average financial performance data, see the Statement of Average Gross Compensation for U.S. Supervisors by clicking here.
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