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Golden Group Business Leader
New York, New York
I joined Sunrider five years ago and quickly became a Business Leader, but I was unable to further develop my business at the time because of family commitments. I had my third child in September 2013, which allowed me to devote more time to the business and focus on sharing Sunrider. With the availability of time and Sunrider’s new business plan, my organization started growing in the latter part of 2013. By October of 2014, I developed six new Business Leaders and now I’m thrilled to say I’m a Golden Group Business Leader!
Besides the new-found time after my pregnancy, I also quickly lost the “baby weight” and people began asking me how I was able to look so glamorous after recently having a baby. This made it easy to tell people about Sunrider, especially since I was always a great lover of the products.
For me, my downline is motivated to grow their businesses because of the example I provide; I earn a great income and I look healthy, fit, and younger too.* I find new people to share Sunrider with very easily, employing the three-foot radius approach in my everyday life. No matter where I go, the subway, the store, and even the street, I strike up conversations and tell everyone about Sunrider. Then I invite them to my office where I share more details about the business plan and the products. I also have upline leaders and Sunrider who are always there to answer my questions and provide training.
My immediate goal is to bring each of my Business Leaders to next year’s convention in Hawaii and for each of them to bring two guests. My ultimate goal, though, is to double my current income of $5,000 a month to $10,000 a month over the next year, and, more importantly, I want my downline to do the same!*
* 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 $2,344 in 2014. An active Sunrider IBO is an IBO who has purchased 100 IBO$ or more in a month. As with any other independent business, success results only from dedicated sales efforts, hard work, diligence, and leadership. << Main Menu