I am very lucky that I had 3 opportunities to hear about NuCerity. The third time I tried the products on my daughter’s acne, her skin looked so incredible in just one night and I thought, “I better give this stuff a try!” By the third day, I loved what Skincerity had done for my skin, and gave it to my mom to try. Three days later, she refused to give the bottle back. To be honest I was great at sharing the product, but did not have a clue about the business. I am grateful to both Patti Wood and Karen Pogue for not giving up on me.
[pullquote style=”color:rgb(90, 43, 134)” cite=“Angela Yablonski” type=”left”]“Don’t ever quit, keep sharing, use a third party, ask for help, and look for world changers and those who are not afraid of hard work!”[/pullquote]
What changed? Not only was I running a gym, working on my NuCerity business, and had an active family, but I am the founder of the Zimbabwe Project – a nonprofit society dedicated to helping orphans and creating sustainability in rural areas. One evening on my way to a NuCerity meeting, my mind was working in several directions. You see, I was in the middle of trying to figure out how to get money into Zimbabwe for a new well, while the country was having a horrible cholera outbreak. I sat listening to our pay plan I realized how selfish I had been by sharing the product and not the business. At that moment, I realized the power of Creating Beautiful Lives! That was two years ago, and since then I have been dedicated in helping others achieve their goals. The Zimbabwe Project also has a position in my NuCerity business, and I am creating a legacy pay plan for our ongoing projects. Don’t ever quit, keep sharing, use a third party, ask for help, and look for world changers and those who are not afraid of hard work!