On July 8-13, 2015 Houston held our national training event, which we lovingly call “Boot Camp.” The event was focused on how to advance the momentum of our businesses. Seeking to help and to learn from one another, people shared their stories, struggles, and solutions.
However, something in particular stood our for me at the national training this year. I realized that as I keep attending these training events, I see more and more people rising through the ranks and hitting the money-making positions faster and faster. When I first started about 7 years ago, one person every other event would achieve the top status. Now, three or four people hit the top rank EVERY event! This means more people are making more money faster through this business, which, if you’re interested, is on-average a little over a half-million dollars per year. About 12 new people each year are making that now, which is about 3-4 people per quarter. My long-time friend, Melanie Levitz, who I showed this idea to five years ago, shared her story in front of 5,000 women during our Ladies Meeting. Before joining the business, she was a staff sergeant in the Air Force making a 4-figure/month salary. Now through the company, she makes the monetary equivalent of a Three-Star General with 30 years of service. In other words, she’s risen to a multiple, 5-figure, monthly income in five years!
I was also proud to witness my friend, Buddy Buck, hit a pivotal milestone rank in our company. With this rank, the company now pays him an extra $1,000 per month for a car of his choice and, on average, 5-figure monthly earnings.
The size of the events has grown as well. At my first event there was 2,500 people. At this one, we sold out the Toyota Center where the Houston Rockets play with 16,000 people. This alone demonstrates the tremendous growth of our company and its ability to spread prosperity.
One of the highlights of the event was the announcement that the next event’s (in Baltimore) keynote speaker will be Robert Kiyosaki, author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad. He’s known for not attaching his name to any organization unless he really believes in it. I’m excited to hear him speak at the next one.
Besides all the excitement of the event, I took the opportunity to party and to hang out with one of my college friends, Kevin Ware. Also, my friend and mentor, Carlos Rogers, had a party, where he rented out a place called the Empire Night Club for Thursday night. Saturday night, there was a party at Hughes Hangar.
If you’d like to make more money and still have time to party, then you should check out the Old Spice Lifestyle.