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Jean Lee Terry
Group Business Leader & Leadership Challenge Winner
Billings, Montana USA
What did you do before Sunrider?
I’m from Billings Montana and before Sunrider I worked with United Airlines for 20+ years, and before that, I worked in the oil fields in Wyoming and was a cook in a restaurant in Denver, Colorado.
Why did you join Sunrider?
I was introduced to Sunrider by Ceci Sullivan. Initially I was simply consuming the incredible products and never focused on sharing them with anyone. It took me sometime to become a Business Leader, but once I reached that level, I became a Lead Business Leader in just two years and a Group Business Leader three years later.
I’ve always been so impressed by Dr. Chen’s product knowledge and how much he cares about quality and safety. When he speaks, it inspires me to really go out and help as many people as I can. If I know someone has a need, it’s a door opener, even for a relationship. Sunrider gives me an opportunity to introduce a healthy lifestyle and, as I well know, realize a business opportunity.
How do you find new people?
I’m so fortunate that I just have a flow of people around me all day long, whether it’s from my job or my ministry, or my grandson’s friends’ parents, whomever. I really just have to say at any moment, “Okay, here’s this person, how can I help them…or what do they need?” And everybody needs Sunrider; everybody needs to be healthy; everybody needs additional income, especially in these times. So it’s pretty easy just to fit it in.
What was winning the Leadership Challenge like?
When the Challenge was initially announced, I never considered for a minute even trying to do it. My upline Ceci Sullivan talked to me about the challenge, and I actually had downline interested in becoming Business Leaders; everything was falling right into place. With my sponsor Rebekah and upline Ceci’s help, it just kind of took wings and took off. I prayed and asked the Lord to help me; it was really pretty easy, much easier than I could have ever imagined.
How has Sunrider changed your lifestyle?
It started when I got my first Group Business Leader check, and I just about fell over. It really opened so many possibilities for me and my family. My husband and I had just bought a big home with my daughter and her husband, and their four kids. Also my husband and I did something really crazy: Before convention I said, “Honey, we have this in our heart to do; but we hadn’t had the money to do it.” So we flew to Portland and rented a car and drove down the coast. We took 12 days to drive down the West Coast. We stopped at every beautiful beach that called our name. We walked a total of 55 miles. We’re 55 years old, so that was hilarious, because we didn’t plan it. We stopped and talked, and we walked and spent time together. And the older we get, the more precious that is.
What is your goal for the future?
Nancy Donahue, my upline, has always said, “Helping others succeed ensures your own success!” That really is what happened to me! I want to continue to help others and make a difference in their lives. By doing this, I hope to reach the Golden Group Business Leader level by next convention.
The earnings stated above are not necessarily representative or typical of the earnings Sunrider Independent Business Owners (IBOs) can or will earn through participation in the Sunrider Business Plan. These statements should not be considered guarantees or projections of your actual earnings or profits. The average annual income of active Sunrider IBOs based on the months they were active was $2,473 in 2015. An active Sunrider IBO is an IBO who has $100 or more in IBO Sales in a month. As with any other independent business, success results only from dedicated sales efforts, hard work, diligence, and leadership.<< Main Menu