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Nov 2, 2008

MonaVie’s Newest Blue Diamonds—Eric and Jina Iwahiro

Congratulations to Eric and Jina Iwahiro from Clovis, California, on achieving the rank of Blue Diamond Executive. Here's what they had to say on reaching this impressive milestone...

"Our road to Blue Diamond can be summed up in three words—fun, fun, fun! Like many people, we got involved with MonaVie strictly for the health benefits of the juice. When we realized we could earn some income by doing what came naturally to us (sharing), we set out to build a tiny side business with a goal of drinking the juice for free. A funny thing happened along the way: The product worked for the people we shared it with, and now we are Blue Diamonds.

"Our success in MonaVie is directly related to the team that we work with. We are surrounded by incredible people who love and care for each other. We not only share the same goals and dreams, but we're willing to do something to achieve them. When we began this journey, we made a commitment to lock arms and move forward no matter what challenges we face. We have done just that. Without our team, we could accomplish nothing.

"The unique thing about MonaVie is that everyone wants you to succeed. Coming from corporate America, it was difficult to understand why others would want us to do better than them. Our upline has always supported our efforts and celebrated our successes. The friends you make are friends for life.

"The MonaVie opportunity has been a blessing to all of us who have gotten involved and are doing the work it takes to grow the business. It's truly amazing what a couple of hours, four or five nights a week has done for our family's future. We thank God every day for putting this opportunity in front of us and giving us the vision to see it.

"The best advice I can give to anyone who wants to succeed is this: Instead of looking for the next superstar to come into your business, you be the superstar! Follow in the footsteps of those who have succeeded before you. Remain humble, and focus on serving others. When your team's success is more important to you than your own, you will have what it takes to build a big MonaVie business. Many people will start this race, but few will finish it. Choose to be a finisher and success will follow. Mahalo to our team!"

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