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Cecile Sullivan &
Golden Master Business Leader & Group Business Leader
This mother and daughter have found that Sunrider provides a great way to help fulfill their passion for helping and caring for other people.
Rebekah: Before Sunrider, I worked in the retail industry, and I actually began Sunrider just as a part-time business. I was very excited to receive my first paycheck. At that point, I just wanted to earn enough so I could buy as many of my own products as I wanted. Eventually, with guidance from my mom, I was able to quit my job, and now I just do Sunrider from home. I earned the $10,000 Leadership Challenge award by becoming a Group Business Leader this year and building up my downline. My next goal is to grow my downline and create more Business Leaders, so that I can become a Golden Group Business Leader.*
Ceci: I really think benevolence is the key to helping your group get to the next level. I’ve never looked at anybody as a means to an end. I think it’s really important to be sincere and honest and to benefit the other person, whether it’s through the products, or to help them with the business. And I think it’s one of the big keys to my success, actually being willing to serve people sincerely and humbly, with that being your motive. And I happen to have a bunch of people in my business who all have the same heart and passion to love, care for, and help others. Without them, I wouldn’t have been able to qualify as a Golden Master Business Leader for 12 consecutive months. I had to hold back my tears as I accepted the award; I want to thank everyone for their efforts.
Rebekah: Yeah, just helping people has been one the biggest keys to my success; caring about people and sharing the love of the product. I came to convention this year because I was excited about earning the challenge bonus, and I also thought it was a great opportunity to be with all my upline and downline and get excited again about sharing our love of Sunrider.
Ceci: I’m really proud of Rebekah. And you know one thing I really love about Sunrider is that it’s a family business, and I really thought it was so great to see the Chen kids on the stage during the convention. I’ve been watching Sunrider for 16 years, so I’ve seen them grow up, and there are probably 30 Sunrider babies in my downline. And even my own children, who are now grown, were children when I came into Sunrider, so they saw Sunrider as a great business opportunity. I feel so fortunate that I was able to pass on the Sunrider opportunity to my daughter Rebekah. I want to help my other children and others in my downline achieve success with Sunrider.
*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.
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