Aug 11, 2014
Stephanie and Rick Smith Offer 2 Tips for Success
Congratulations to Gold Executives Stephanie and Rick Smith of O’Fallon, Missouri, on earning a new Jeep through the 4x4 program!
Stephanie and Rick are not new to MonaVie. They enrolled in 2008, and while they loved the products and what MonaVie represented—A More Meaningful Life—they admit that they allowed life to get in the way of their goals and dreams.
The word “allowed” is emphasized for a reason. Chances are you have heard someone say, “I was doing so well, and then life got in the way.” Normally when people talk about life getting in the way, they are talking about being especially busy and having more than a normal list of tasks to handle.
So, what can you do when you begin to feel overwhelmed?
1. First and foremost, don’t give up! Stephanie and Rick continued to do what they could when they could. If they couldn’t hold a home meeting or set up a one-on-one appointing, they focused on building themselves. That in turn prepared them so they were ready when opportunities to reach to others arrived.
“Even during those times that I was not as focused as I should have been, I was still reading books and listening to CDs,” Stephanie says. “This helped me to start building relationships with people. Relationships are the key to this business! Helping other people is my main focus in this business! So, if you are helping other people and building relationships, things start to happen!
“As a matter of fact, I didn't even realize that I had qualified for a Jeep until I received the email from MonaVie congratulating me. Now that is a great email to receive!”
2. Have a big enough “Why”. So many times, Stephanie and Rick heard the importance of having a “Why” big enough that you can endure any “How.” Well, until recently, Stephanie and Rick’s “Why” wasn't big enough! Make sure your “Why” inspires you to take action even during the busiest or toughest of circumstances.
Stephanie and Rick plan on sharing these amazing products and opportunity with as many people as possible, and what better way to do that than in their own Jeep?
“We feel very blessed and want to pass those blessings on to others,” Stephanie says. “…Don't EVER give up and keep building those relationships every day!”