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Step Into Greatness!

Step into GREATNESS in 2016!
. I am looking for confident LEADERS. Women who know that they are magnificently made for something MORE. Women who TRULY want to make a difference in their own life and the lives of others. . In 2013 years ago I stepped into an opportunity that completely changed my life and my family's life. As a brand new mom on maternity leave with no pay and the wife of a small business owner who was going through a dip, I was DESPERATE for change. I prayed and prayed and prayed for something to come into my life that would change our financial future for good. . That was when I ran into online health and fitness coaching. It seemed to be the perfect opportunity to pay my passion for living a healthy lifestyle forward. I definitely had my fears. Is this going to work? Can I succeed at this? Thank God my coach calmed my fears and shared that if I came to the table with a willingness to learn and an ambitious attitude that I could succeed like the other members of her team. . In my first year, I averaged over $1,000 per month extra income to help with bills and typical family expenses. It has grown since over the next two years, and now I'm able to work from home to be with my daughter more and I was able to leave my nursing job that I had to commute downtown to. My family and I are able to take more than one vacation a year, which I always dreamed of. Now my total earnings are nearly $100,000 over 3 years and that's a big milestone that I am celebrating because I honestly didn't realize how far I have come just starting this as a hobby. . Do you have a PASSION for health and fitness? Do you believe it is your purpose to serve others? Are you a woman who knows she can confidently lead others to a healthier lifestyle? Do you want to create more for your family's future? . If you answered yes to any of these questions, then I believe you would make a good fit on my team. New coach academy is beginning Feb 1st. To apply for this internship, please click the link below and I will be in touch with you ASAP. Can't wait to chat and help you create an action plan. <3


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