Recognizing Success: Reaching New Pin Levels

We know that UnFranchise® Owners work very hard to accomplish their business goals and succeed as entrepreneurs, so we want to take a moment to shine the spotlight on those who have recently reached new Pin Levels. This is a tremendous achievement and we’re so proud of what you’ve accomplished! Read on to hear from some of the hardest working entrepreneurs in the field!

Huang Fong Wang Chen and Chee Cheng Wang, Supervising Coordinator
Tell us about your family.
I am the owner of a small company that does import and export business of tunneling machines in Taiwan. My wife, Linda, works in the tourism field in Vancouver. We have two daughters. Sandy lives with her husband in Tokyo. Judy and her husband have two lovely daughters. They live in Richmond BC.

What is your best moment, so far, with Market America and the business? 
It was when we achieved Supervising Coordinator. We were not the only ones. My team partners also reached new Pin Levels in the same week. It was a magic moment — so amazing that I can’t find words to describe.

Ray Gan, Senior Master Coordinator
How has the NMTSS helped build your business?
It enabled me to expand my business to seven states.

What are some of your business goals? 
I want to create five Master Coordinators in my team and reach Professional Coordinator at the end of next year.

 

Jie Gu and Fu Guo, Master Coordinator
How long have you been in the business?
Since September 27, 2012.

What is your best moment, so far, with Market America and the business? 
Getting recognized for winning the President’s Challenge on stage.

Sha Zhang and Hongwei Chu, Master Coordinator
Tell us about your family.
My husband and I came to Toronto about six years ago. I just had a baby in November of 2013. My husband and I run a small restaurant in Toronto. We have tried so many opportunities, but I really believe that Market America is truly the best opportunity right now.

What is your best moment, so far, with Market America and the business?
My best moment was at the 2013 International Convention in Greensboro when I heard JR talk about building the shopping annuity. I realized we will be successful really soon. JR will lead us to change the world.

Jasmine Chan, Master Coordinator
Outside of being a Distributor, what is your occupation?
I constantly stay busy all the time. I work full-time at a small manufacturing company. I work part-time at my aunt’s restaurant, and I also teach private swimming lessons.

If you could give three key points to help share the business and what it’s done for you, what would they be?

  1. Make sure that you show up. Show up at the UBPs, Local Seminars, regionals, and of course the Conventions. We build from event to event and the goal is to bring more and more people to every single event and duplicate it.
  2. Do something every day. Staying consistent is the key to this business. You will see when you stay consistent information sticks better and the flow of how you speak to prospects and customers gets easier and it also gets fun!
  3. NEVER QUIT! NEVER, EVER QUIT! I will tell you there are going to be times where you are happy, upset, stressed, excited, and simply just want to give up and quit. Just remember anything of great value takes time and effort and you will be a success when you believe in yourself that you can do it.

Maria Grantham, Master Coordinator
What do you and your family like to do for fun/recreation?
In the summer, we spend time on our boat cruising the coast of Massachusetts around Salem and Gloucester. The boys enjoy fishing, kayaking and swimming. For a month every summer, I travel with my sons to visit family in Slovakia. In the winter months, we enjoy skiing in Vermont and New Hampshire.

Tell us about your lifestyle. 
It is great to be able to work from home. I also enjoy being able to go home to Europe for the whole month to see my family, and not having to report to work. I can work anywhere I have a computer access. I am in charge of my time and the time I enjoy spending with my family. I can go to see my children’s school plays and not feel stressed that I have to be somewhere or ask for permission to be late for work.

Look for more from these successful individuals in the February/March 2014 issue of Powerline.

Andrew Bonner, Lead Social Media Writer

Andrew Bonner, Lead Social Media Writer

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