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Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Questions and Answers


A week ago we held a special reward day for some of our emerging new leaders in Japan. Unfortunately I was unable to attend the events of that day but I was thrilled with the report I received from Mr. Brian Lee our Senior Vice President over Global Resources.

In the course of the day one very smart and talented young leader, Kaori Tamiya (age 21), asked Brian to pass along the following questions to me. I thought they were great questions and decided to answer them in this posting to my blog.

Here are her questions and my answers.

1—What was your biggest problem as a distributor with Unicity?

I had the same challenges all new distributors have. My biggest problem was that I worried too much about what other people thought about me. When I didn’t stay focused on my goal and allowed these negative thoughts to get control of my mind it caused me to slow down in my progress and become less effective in the work that I did. Fortunately, I quickly learned to think only about what I wanted to have happen in my life and to keep my belief in myself and Unicity high. This discipline allowed me to reach my goals and ignore the noise that would try to distract me.

2—What made you the most happy in your time as a distributor?

I was most happy when I was able to help other people reach their goals. Seeing people in my organization become stronger and more financially independent gave me great happiness.

3—Who did you first talk to about Unicity?

My first contacts as a distributor were to my most successful friends. I knew that to be successful I had to associate myself with people who knew how to be successful and had the discipline to do what was necessary to succeed. I was new and inexperienced in Unicity but I didn’t hide that from anyone I talked to, I just shared the facts of the business and the products with all the enthusiasm I had and let people choose for themselves. Most of the people I talked with in those early days didn’t join me, but some did, and all were impressed with my passion and commitment. Some of those who said “no” in the first year changed their mind and joined me in the following years. Enthusiasm and passion are very important and people always remember the people that have those two qualities.

4—What is your favorite product from Unicity?

My favorite product is Bios Life. The first product I ever sold in this business was Bios Life and over the years the formula has just gotten better and better. The new Bios Life Slim is an absolutely amazing product that has changed thousands of lives already and will eventually benefit millions of people. I have lost 5 inches off my own waistline and feel better than I have for 30 years.

5—How has that favorite product changed you?

Bios Life has impacted me in so many positive ways. First of all are the health benefits. I mentioned the fat loss already but I need to mention the benefit of improved cholesterol levels too. My overall cholesterol level dropped from 206 to 144 in the first 45 days I used Bios Life back in 1991. It has stayed down around 150 ever since—in fact I just had my blood tests done a few weeks ago and my cholesterol level was 151. At Unicity we see this sort of result so often we have become a little too used to it. Sometimes we don’t appreciate how amazing this product really is. We have the best overall health product for all people to be found anywhere in the world—I am absolutely convinced of it!

I have also benefited from seeing others improve their health and enjoy a much longer and higher quality of life. And finally I must mention the financial benefits that have come to me from Bios Life. It would take too long to describe all the wonderful things that have happened to me and to my family because of success of Bios Life, but I can tell you this: all the dreams I had when I started this business have been achieved and exceeded. The Bios Life is a Great Life!

So these are my answers to Tamiya-san and I hope they were helpful to you too.

All the best,
Stewart

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