Circle of Life

As soon as she could hold a pencil, my daughter was “helping” me in my office, with my Herbalife business.  She was my shadow – greeting my clients, even helping with “make-overs” when we had our beautiful make-up line when she was only about nine. 

My clients loved her – they looked to her for assurance that they looked beautiful … no child would ever fib, they knew.

She benefited from the products in utero, then the liquid vitamins as an infant, moving into the protein shake, which went into her bottle (small amount according to weight) … and she was always one to ask for the Herbal Aloe for an occasional tummy upset (undoubtedly from a sweet-tooth).

Drawn by my little helper, Katie.

She wanted to sign up as a distributor when she was 15, but was a little too young, although at the time not too young to understand the fun of the Extravanganza meetings (she went to one in Nashville) and the desire to have one’s own business.

But tonight, she (freshly graduated from university and a new mother) and her husband signed up as distributors of the coolest company on the planet, and I’m so happy to be able to give them such a great opportunity to get back what they put into their business!

It’s difficult to get ahead these days, and it’s tough to be around people with a great attitude at the best of times … but when you’re around people in this business, you find a group that’s “high” on good nutrition and happy for the chance to work for themselves, with the backing of a really solid and worldwide company.  So, for about $65, you get a worldwide business.  Pretty sweet.

It’s the second generation now; it feels good.

My Herbalife "baby."

Welcome, Cameron and Katie!

About Margo

Margo Linder has over 24 years experience helping clients ( gain better health with her products. She is a busy mother of ten (19 - 39) and grandmother of seventeen, who enjoys reading, sewing painting and interior design. Margo writes as if passing on bits of information to her very large family of children, their spouses and grandchildren - and anyone else who might be listening. She will explore how small life changes (tweaks) will make a huge difference to enjoyment of life and general well-being. The World Health Organization defines health in terms of complete physical, social and mental/psychological well-being. So this is about the "whole" person. She emphasizes that she is not a health professional or scientist, but offers food-for-thought from life experience, her health business and their scientists, her own research and common sense.
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