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  • 1. Special VOL. 4, NO. 5 SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2007 Celebration Edition “I Choose to Live!” One bus driver’s amazing journey ISAKIDS ESSENTIALS The most complete children’s multivitamin Making a “G’day” Even Better IsaBody Challenge Winners The opening of Real life transformations Australia and New Zealand
  • 2. Adventures in Paradise Contest July 9 - December 30, 2007 7-day Caribbean Cruise! Earn an Adventure in Paradise! Every two weeks Isagenix will award the top point earner for the preceding two-week period with a 7-day cruise for two to the Caribbean, scheduled for March 2 - 9, 2008. Grand Prize Adventures in Paradise cruise vacations for two will also be awarded to the top 10 point earners for the entire contest period. Win Cash $100 awarded every week to the top 10 point earners for the week. Every Associate Can Win Accumulate 25-49 points and receive a 10-pack of Success from Home magazines to further build your business. Accumulate 50-74 points and receive two 10-packs of Success from Home magazines. Accumulate 75 or more points during the contest period and receive a 30 GB Apple iPod that can be loaded with Isagenix audio and video clips. How to Earn Points During the contest period, you’ll earn points each time one of your personally enrolled Associates advances in rank, and for each optional Product Introduction Pak purchased by your new, personally enrolled Associates. Rank Advancements n Promote Consultant 2 points Contest Rules n Promote Star Consultant 2 points • Contest available to all Active Independent Isagenix Associates. n Promote Executive 4 points • Points awarded to personal enrolling Associate during contest period. Product Paks and Systems • Due to timing of the contest announcement, the first contest period for the vacation award is July 9–31, 2007. The first contest period for cash awards is August 1–12, 2007. n Mars Venus Wellness Solution 1 point • The second contest period for the vacation award is August 1–19, 2007. n Ionix Supreme 5-Pak Case 1 point • Final vacation award contest period is December 10–30, 2007. n IsaDermix Skin Renewal System 1 point • Final cash award week contest period December 24–30, 2007. n Total Health and Wellness System 1 point • All other weeks will be from Sunday midnight to the following Sunday midnight (EST). • To qualify for the Adventures in Paradise Contest you must accumulate a minimum of 10 points. n Cleansing & Fat Burning System • Only one cruise vacation awarded per Associate position. (9-day supply) 1 point • Cruise vacation scheduled March 2–9, 2008. (30-day supply) 2 points • Non-transferable. n President’s Pak 4 points • Airfare not included. © 2007 Isagenix. All rights reserved. Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 3. Isagenix—A Responsible Company As I reminisce about Isagenix’s past and look to the future, I feel a great sense of pride that we are building such a responsible company. • A company responsible to the people it serves and supports • A company responsible for changing the lives of hundreds of thousands—and soon to be millions • A company responsible for giving people back their health and vitality • A company responsible for allowing people the freedom to weigh what they want to weigh • A company responsible for helping families enjoy financial freedom—even helping some to become millionaires • A company responsible for giving hope and opportunity to abused children through its contributions to Childhelp® • A company responsible for supporting teamwork and personal development Isagenix is, indeed, becoming something special, and it is all of you who are responsible. Your partner in success, Jim Coover President and CEO Turn Passion into Action As I reflect back on our amazing 2007 “Changing Lives” Celebration, I witnessed more than 3,000 Isagenix Associates on fire about our products, wealth-building plan and vision. The stories are coming in about our new products. Everyone loves them! Now is the time to take that passionate energy and take massive action. Go back to all your team members and set goals with them. Ask your team: Who will be an Ex- ecutive? Who will go to 1-Star Golden Circle? Who will take the leap to 2-Star, 3-Star, 4-Star? Spend time and develop a game plan. How many Suc- { cess from Home magazines will you share this week? How many Chicken Soup for the Healthy Soul samplers will you share? And how many of our brochures, newsletters, CDs and other sales tools will you hand out? Create urgency when you follow up. Your enthusiasm will become infectious, and your team will grow by leaps and bounds. We have something so special with Isagenix. We need We have something so special with Isagenix. We need to share it { to share it with the world. with the world. Thank you for your commitment to impact world – Kathy Coover health. Kathy Coover Executive Vice President ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 1
  • 4. Upcoming Events Register online in your Back Office Regional/Burnaby, BC Regional/Los Angeles Editorial Board September 7-8 September 21-22 Jim and Kathy Coover, Jim Pierce, Liz Harvey, Rick Despain Reach for the Summit/ Mastering the Stage/Phoenix Managing Editor Hong Kong October 3-4 Jeffery E. Pizzino September 23 Isagenix University/Phoenix Copy Editor Pre-Launch/Brisbane & Sydney, October 5-7 David Despain Australia Isagenix University/Phoenix Staff Writers September 28-29 November 2-4 David Despain, Staci Hauk, Jeffery E. Pizzino Graphic Design Regional/Salt Lake City Enlightened Training Kelly Christiansen, Magdalena Weinkein September 28-29 Circle/Phoenix Photography Regional/San Francisco November 27-30 Reggie Henkart September 29-30 Contributing Writers Jim and Kathy Coover, Larry Lantieri, Schedule subject to change. David Wood, Joel Bikman, Larne Antrim, Andrea Henkart, Psy.D.(c) See your Back Office for most up-to-date list. Send comments, story suggestions to isanews@isagenix.net Company Contacts IsaNews is published by Isagenix for Isagenix Independent Associates Toll-Free Order Line E-mail Addresses and Preferred Customers. 877-877-8111 Customer Service ©2007 Isagenix. All rights reserved. Hours: M- F 6 a .m. - 6 p. m . support@isagenix.net 2225 S. Price Rd. • Chandler, AZ 85286 USA PDST* 3/11/07 - 11/3/07 The statements in this publication have not been evaluated Event inquiries by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are Hours : M- F 5 a .m. - 5 p. m . not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. PST* 11/4/07 - 3/8/08 events@isagenix.net Earning levels for Isagenix Independent Associates that appear in this publication should not be construed as representative of fixed or Customer Service IsaNews (story suggestions, comments) typical income earned with an Isagenix business, nor are they intended to represent that other Associates will eventually achieve the same level English 480-889-5777 isanews@isagenix.net of income. Income level achievements are dependent upon individual business skills, personal ambition, timing, commitment, activity and demographic factors. Chinese 480-889-5755 IsaLeads support French 480-889-5766 isaleads@isagenix.net Spanish 480-889-5788 News media queries Fax 480-726-8751 news@isagenix.net Returns 480-889-5749 Product, doctor questions Live Weekly Conference Calls drquestions@isagenix.net Conference Calls 620-294-3000 6107# Success stories Corporate Update: 7 p.m. (PT) Tuesdays success@isagenix.net Product Training: 6 p.m. (PT) Thursdays World Headquarters Tours in Chandler, Business Training: 9 a.m. (PT) Saturdays Ariz., are Fridays at 11:30 a.m. * Arizona, where Isagenix is headquartered, Set Yourself Free: 6:20 p.m. (PT) Tuesdays does not observe Daylight Saving Time, but For reservations call: 480-889-5747, ext. 0 Spanish SYF: 5 p.m. (PT) Mondays always remains Mountain Standard Time. Life Changing! Isagenix Athletic Apparel a Hit A common theme emerged from my interviews with Associates at Celebration Custom high-end workout suits, Dri-Fit golf shirts, capris, 2007. It was this: If you’re serious about and more attracted many buyers at Celebration 2007’s your Isagenix business, you need to be at “World of Isagenix Store.” The popular collection, created Celebration. Period. Hope you enjoy our by designer Brian Hill from Femme Athletic, will continue event coverage in this issue. See you there to be available at Isagenix Universities and other events. next year. Jeffery E. Pizzino To order Celebration 2007 photographs, visit www.limage.net Director of Corporate Communications IsaNews Managing Editor 2 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 5. Table of Contents 4-7 1 CEO Message: Isagenix — A Responsible Company 1 Kathy Coover – Turn Passion into Action 4-7 COVER STORY: Lives Changed at Celebration 2007 7 New IsaDermix Hand & Body Hydrating Cream 12-13 8 Breakout Session: Building Awesome Teams 9 Breakout Session: Making the Comp Plan Simple 10 Breakout Session: Steps to Presentation Success 11 Breakout Session: The Magic of Creating Business Partners 14 11 Bonjour Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick 12-13 IsaBody Challenge Winners Wow Audience 13 Chicken Soup Goes A Long Way 14 Australia and New Zealand Expansion 15 Mark Macey’s Amazing Journey 16 16 Don Nooner Nets Funds for Childhelp 17 Childhelp® Concert Rocks Mandalay 18 Dr. Wheeler Introduces IsaKids 19 Success from Home Magazine Features Isagenix 18 20 Health Experts Answer Product Questions 21 Tons of Weight Loss 21 Family of Four 329 Pounds Lighter 23 22 Athletes Powered By Isagenix 23 John Gray Discusses Relationship Success 23 Mars Venus IsaCookies 24 Lenny’s Commitment to Greatness 24 25 David Wood Reflects on Celebration 26-28 Awards and Recognition 29 New Products and Sales Tools Cover: Mark Macey accepts the IsaBody grand prize from Jim and Kathy Coover at Celebration 2007. 25 ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 3
  • 6. Celebration 2007 Delivers On Promise to Change Lives Jim Coover strolls through the audience to hear the L amazing ways Isagenix is changing lives, worldwide. ife transformations witnessed firsthand… ready-to-use business-building tips… inspiration from millionaires… Celebration’s Top 10 List introduction of new sales tools and products… recommit- ment to success… passion renewed… 1. Australia and New Zealand launch These were just some of the benefits Isagenix Associates (Page 14) received at the recently concluded 2007 “Changing Lives” 2. New IsaKids Essentials (Page 18) Celebration. 3. New IsaDermix Hand & Body Hy- Indeed, the real winners in Las Vegas Aug. 5-7 were the drating Cream (Page 7) 3,200 Associates who made the choice to attend the 2007 Cel- 4. Lenny Evans raises the (re)bar and ebration at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. nearly 4,000 tickets sold for Cel- Did this event impact Associates’ lives? Is attending Cel- ebration 2008 (Page 24) ebration a “must-do” item for anyone serious about taking 5. IsaBody Challenge finalists receive their business and their team’s to the next level? Well, if the $$ (Pages 12-13) nearly 4,000 tickets already sold for the 2008 “Commitment 6. Don Nooner helps raise thousands to Greatness” Celebration is any indication, the answer is a for Childhelp (Page 16) resounding “YES!” 7. John Gray entertains with relation- Celebration 2007 left no doubt in Associates’ minds of Is- ship trials and tribulations (Page 23) agenix’s ability to change lives and motivate individuals to 8. Isagenix featured in Success from greatness. Home magazine (Page 19) “We have extraordinary products, and we’re taking them to 9. A new version of Chicken Soup for the world,” said President and CEO Jim Coover. “If there was the Healthy Soul sampler released doubt in any attendee’s mind about how incredible Isagenix’s (Page 13) cleansing, nutrition, skincare and wealth systems really are, it 10. Athletes and 100-Pound Club prove was erased at our Celebration.” Isagenix is powerful Executive Vice President Kathy Coover added, “Our prod- ucts and the Associates who share them every day are chang- ing so many lives. We’re well on our way to impacting world health. This Celebration was just the beginning; we have so much to look forward to.” Sunday The master of ceremonies, Executive Training Consultant David Wood, left little question about whether or not Cel- ebration 2007 would whole-heartedly shape each attendee. Jimmy Smith and David Wood discuss why Isagenix is the perfect vehicle for creating a “You’ve already made the commitment to be here,” said Da- family business. vid. “To get 100 percent from Isagenix, we must all put in 100 percent for the entire Celebration.” 4 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 7. Above: Jim and Kathy Coover (as Superman and Wonder Woman) pose with bodybuilders on stage. Left: Associates get in line—a conga line—to hear about Isagenix innovations. First to come up were Co-founders “John had love in his heart when he He spoke of key Isagenix sales mile- Jim and Kathy, welcomed by a resound- created Isagenix products,” said Jim stones, product and sales tool introduc- ing round of applause. Coover. “Kathy and I had love in our tions, branding milestones, and open- hearts when we decided to join him. ing of new markets worldwide—as well A Family Company, First and And we know you have love in your as video footage of prior Celebrations. Foremost hearts when you share Isagenix with He also acknowledged top-producing The couple shared their wish to ex- others. Together, we’ve created some- Associates and additions to the man- tend Isagenix’s future to all families in thing special, something we can all be agement team who delivered notable the audience. “We use the term fam- proud of.” help along the way. ily of Associates for many reasons,” The moment came to a close and a “We understand that every dollar fig- said Kathy. “Isagenix allows you to hush fell over the audience as Dream- ure mentioned here represents some- build your business with your family. cast entered the stage. With vivid col- one’s life,” he said. “Think of how many We have many family teams. And as a ors, amazing acrobatic ability and people have regained their health— mother I understand what it is like to heart-thumping music, the troupe dis- man, woman or child—or are fulfilling spend time away from people you love, played an amazing feat of teamwork. dreams through this vehicle of wealth.” and I want to acknowledge the sacrifice Speaking of Isagenix’s future, he said, you make.” “Everything we’ve done has prepared Focusing on her son Erik—who was us for this moment. Nothing’s going to in the audience—she said, “Jim and I stop us now.” love our own son so much. He has been so supportive. In fact, he’s here right Top Leadership now.” Many in the room would not have Kathy’s son Erik then walked on stage joined the company had it not been for and hugged his mother. He reflected to Isagenix’s greatest trailblazer, which is all, “I know how much my parents love why Jim introduced Isagenix top-in- Kathy Coover shares a poignant moment with you—I see it every day and night—and I her son Erik. come earner Jimmy Smith next. “This understand they’re changing the world man epitomizes leadership, commit- through Isagenix.” Five-Year Recap ment hard work, team attitude and loy- Jim took center stage afterward and “We’re just getting started,” Jim said alty,” Jim said. “He has been a beacon of introduced a pre-recorded message as he returned to forefront. The presi- light for all our leaders to follow.” from the “father of nutritional cleans- dent and CEO then shared five years of “I’m 79 years old, and I’m doing this ing.” Founder and Formulator John An- Isagenix’s amazing history. “We knew business,” said the former butcher. “I derson said, “I would have loved to be at then as we know now that our success is worked with my hands for more than 30 Celebration. Unfortunately, eye surgery based on developing leaders. Our lead- years. If I had gotten into this business has kept me from it. But I know Jim and ers are our foundation. And our first earlier, who knows where I’d be. I love Kathy have great plans for you. I’ve left ones shared Isagenix in living rooms working with my family.” this company in good hands.” and coffee shops.” ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 5
  • 8. The cue led David to surprise Jimmy Rick announced the company’s new Chief Operations Officer Jim Pierce by bringing up his son and daughters, nutritional cleansing-focused Welcome opened, “My responsibility is to see that “the Butcherettes,” who shared the love Kit, Presentation Brochure, Have it All we create the scalable infrastructure they had for their father. DVD, Doctors Reveal... the Missing necessary to support a multi-billion Link CD, and an updated version of the dollar company,” he said. “My personal research, New products Chicken Soup for the Healthy Soul sam- mission is to protect the hundreds of and reformulations pler (Page 13). thousands of families that depend on Afterward, participants roared when In addition, Kathy continued to en- Isagenix.” Kathy Coover and million-dollar earner thrall the crowd with a publication A host of bodybuilders followed, all LeeAnn Jackson introduced an all-nat- guaranteed to be a powerful business- of which use and endorse the Isagenix ural, silky smooth addition to the IsaD- building tool—Success from Home mag- line of products as part of their training ermix line: the Hand & Body Hydrating azine. Director of Field Development routine. Jim and Kathy Coover, dressed Cream (Page 7). Larry Lantieri offered tips on how to as Superman and Wonder Woman, Chief Science Officer Bill Wheeler use the tool (Page 19). joined them. then launched Isagenix’s new children’s A beautiful Chinese dance and awards nutritional supplement, IsaKids Essen- ceremony followed. Commitment and Confirmation tials (Page 18). Director of Marketing Joel Bikman To complete the package, Kathy an- Monday then announced winners of the Isa- nounced the new IsaKids Nutrition On Monday morning, million-dollar Body Challenge (Page 12). Grand Prize System. earner Don Nooner became a Child- Winner Mark Macey, a Vancouver- based bus driver with seven children, took home $10,000 and participated in a $2,500 shopping spree in Las Vegas with the Coovers (Page 15). Then it was time for attendees to make their own commitment with David Wood. Lenny Evans led the way by prov- ing his own commitment (Page 24). A further confirmation of Isagenix’s growth was the 175 percent increase (from 160 to 280) from last year in new Carol Poon, Margaret Ip and Cathy Tsang (left to right) from Isagenix’s Hong Kong office enjoy mingling with North American Associates. Crystal Executives, honored Monday night at Isagenix’s Founders’ Gala. The New marketing materials help hero with his basketball free throw awards night followed. After the new product announce- fundraising event. He, along with the ments came the new marketing mate- generosity of Isagenix Associates and Tuesday rials, introduced by Vice President of executives, helped raise more than Hot, Hot, Hot Marketing Rick Despain. “Our market- $200,000 for Childhelp with an Al Jar- Celebration was at the heart of ing staff has now grown from three to reau fundraising concert (Pages 16-17). Tuesday morning’s general session as nearly 20, and we’ve been busy,” he said. Associates opened the event with a He then related the flood of inspiration powered by Isagenix conga line. The Caribbean flavor only and worked that came about from Is- The rest of Monday was filled with foreshadowed the announcement of agenix’s new position as world leader in a testament to the strength of Isagenix Isagenix’s Adventures in Paradise Con- nutritional cleansing. and its products. test. Hard-working Associates who “This is my second year coming. Last year’s Celebration drove me here again. This is a happy place to be. “You better make sure you’re here next year. It’s great for building your business. It’s a great product.” Linda Thomas, Calif. 6 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 9. earn the most points July 9-Dec. 30 greater appeal when Jim Coover told will embark on a seven-day cruise to his personal story of struggling with the Caribbean islands (see inside front weight in years past. “I don’t often share cover). this story, but I want to today,” he said, Senior Vice President/Chief Market- showing never-before-released pictures ing Officer Liz Harvey announced the of his former, fuller self. new Sports Pak and Meal Replacement Then President of International Pak, designed to make it even easier to Operations Warren Te Brugge made of build a business (see inside back cover). the most anticipated announcements of It was then time to sit back and have the event: the official opening of New a good laugh as world-famous author of Zealand and Australia (Page 14). Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Commitment and goals closed Cele- Venus John Gray enlightened everyone bration 2007. However, Associates con- on building successful relationships tinued celebrating all through the night (Page 23). at Al Jarreau’s concert, Jimmy Smith’s party and hotel room events. Finale But most importantly, the celebration At the Tuesday afternoon final Cel- continued in the hearts of Associates as Top: top earners flood the stage and ramp up enthusiasm about the wonderful busi- ebration 2007 general session, 100- they returned home from Celebration ness opportunity Isagenix offers. Pound Club members were honored on 2007 with renewed passion for Isagenix Above: Jim Pierce tells Associates of stage for their accomplishments. his dedication to create a scalable infra- and its life-changing products. structure to support a multi-million dollar This recognition ceremony held even company. IsaDermix Hand & Body Hydrating Cream Quenches Thirst for New Skincare Product I sagenix now has more ways to replenish your body by way of skincare. Isagenix Executive Vice President Kathy Coover unveiled the company’s new IsaDermix Hand & Body Hydrating Cream during Sunday’s general session at the 2007 “Chang- ing Lives” Celebration. The all-natural cream contains botanicals, antioxidant vitamins, minerals and moisturizing actives. With its light formula, the product is designed to nourish the skin and improve its elasticity. New Isagenix million-dollar-earner LeeAnn Jackson demonstrated the cream. “My skin just drinks this up!” she said “This is the first soothing, rich cream I’ve used that has no greasy residue, so I can use it every day.” “Ahhh,” coos LeeAnn Jackson as she “The skin is the body’s largest organ; therefore, it needs to be nourished on a regu- proves that the new IsaDermix Hand & Body Hydrating Cream feels great. lar basis in order to keep it looking healthy,” Kathy Coover explained. “It’s ideal for the body, especially the hands and feet, to help hydrate the skin—leaving it silky smooth and luminous.” Pricing: Other benefits include helping to fight environmental aggressors and helping to Suggest Retail = $24.95 preserve the skin’s natural skin renewal process and moisture barrier. Wholesale = $19.95 BV = 16 “It was awesome. I thought last year was the best, but this year’s topped that. I’ve pre-registered, and I’m ready for next year. I can’t wait. I can’t even explain what [those who didn’t attend] are missing. You have to be here. When you are here, you feel it. It’s just the most amazing thing. You just have to come. That’s my advice. You will not regret it.” Anna Miños, Texas ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 7
  • 10. Celebration Breakouts How to Build a Massive and Successful Team Imagine having a team of 30,000 Team” breakout session at Celebration Associates. Sound impossible? Not for 2007. How to Run a high-income earners Lenny Evans and How’d they do it? Persistence, hard work George Ruiz who shared their tips during and one simple acronym: RAW – always Successful “Cycle the “How to Build a Massive, Sucessful be ready, able and willing. of Business” “You need to be ready to change, take that opportunity, learn, and be coachable,” To build your own massive Lenny said. team, George Ruiz recom- Lenny prompted audience members to mends following these six write down names of people they’ve been simple steps to running a suc- intimidated by in recent years. cessful “Cycle of Business:” “If you know someone, even if you are a little afraid to talk to them…they are 1. Use the products part of your warm market,” he said. “Treat 2. Share the products everyone like they can be the one. Know and the business why? Because anyone could be.” 3. Follow up George stressed the importance of always keeping a list of potential members 4. Ask for referrals with you. “If a name comes to your mind, 5. Teach others write it down. There is a reason that name came to your mind,” he said. 6. Repeat the process Another important step is to share your own story with passion and enthusiasm “It’s that easy. When you because it’s not what you say, but how you understand this cycle and say it, Lenny pointed out. follow it, your business will “When you believe in something, you’re keep growing and growing,” believable. When you kind of believe, George said. “It really works. you’re kind of believable. When you don’t Just look at my life.” George Ruiz (top) and Lenny Evans (bottom) tell the crowd business-building tips. believe, you’re unbelievable,” Lenny said. “I feel renewed, refreshed, and I feel like I’m ready to start over again in my business. I’m taking it a lot more seriously now. One main thing I learned from the breakout sessions is that Isagenix is not about me. It’s about how Isagenix is helping others. “everyone needs to come regardless of their status. You need to be here just for the associations, the synergy and the meetings.” Nelson Grady, Texas 8 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 11. { Why not ride the wave of what will become a billion-dollar company? – renata Lee } Team Compensation Plan Made Simple Don’t fully understand Isagenix’s Team Compensa- “This session helped me to realize how things are tion Plan? No problem. During one of Celebration 2007’s going to work internationally,” said George Whitlow of breakout sessions, high-income earners Renata Lee and St. Louis, Mo. Luna Pang, accompanied by President of International Added Susan Baurers of Fullerton, Calif., “I think you Operations Warren Te Brugge, said the plan’s five ways need to hear more about the compensation package to to make money promoted teamwork and a generous in- really get energized and charged up about Isagenix.” come. “The comp plan has made Isagenix a very successful company, driving it to a multi-million-dollar company in just over five years,” said Renata Lee. “Why not ride the wave of what will become a billion-dollar company?” Luna Pang says Isagenix gives “The compensation plan is so simple, it’s generous, and everyone a chance to be it rewards team building,” said Luna. And to deepen her successful. point she joked, “I’m here, I’m Chinese, and I’m working with two blondes.” Luna was referring to Renata’s and Te Brugge’s hair color. The trio then went on to explain the details of the plan. “Celebration 2007 was totally awesome. It’s committed me to build my team better and made me have a bigger commitment to my financial future and my health. “Those who didn’t come missed out big time, and I’m going to get them here next time. This event is what inspires us to keep going and build our team.” Cindy Sweeten, Utah ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 9
  • 12. Team Building Through Presentations As a mother of six, Cindy Heugly knows the key to a successful home presentation is to keep it simple. Keep it simple—that’s the key to home presentations “Remember, when you come to someone’s home as a pre- and setting appointments, according to top income earn- senter, dress semi-casual—that way people relate to you ers Cindy Heugly and Jay Bennet in the “Team Building better,” Cindy said. “And do not serve anything elaborate, Through Presentations” breakout session. because people feel they have to duplicate anything you do “I do up to 217 home presentations per year, and the strat- if they want to become home presenters themselves. Not egy can be compacted into three easy steps,” said Cindy. everyone likes to cook!” Jay Bennett picked up on Cindy’s guidelines by adding his approach to the mix. He said, “My passion is training, so The three steps Cindy uses are: when setting phone appointments, I use an easy three-step 1. Keep it simple system as well.” 2. Study, teach, learn 3. Have fun Jay Bennett’s approach: Knowing your products and realizing that not everyone 1. Connect is well-versed in nutritional cleansing are important factors 2. Set up an appointment to any home presentation. Cindy said using the Cleansing 3. Follow up immediately and Fat Burning System as a guide to getting others inter- ested in Isagenix is ideal because of its versatility. He believes that sharing your own Isagenix story works, She explaned it’s a common mistake to act like an expert but he is also sure to ask questions. on Isagenix products. Directing others to the Isagenix Web “I immediately ask someone what he or she is interested site, CDs and the array of literature the company provides, in—health or wealth—then I know what to focus on,” he are all ways to allow those interested to hear from experts explained. on a more in-depth level. The key is to be duplicatable. “This event has rededicated me. It’s making me want to get out there. I believe in myself more, and I want to get my people here next year. I feel so bad for those who didn’t come. I’m dedicated to bringing at least two people with me when I come next year.” Lini Liechty, Utah 10 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 13. And… Presto! Your Susan and Kirk taught that successful Associates not only had to work through their own fears, but also the fears of Product Users Are others. Kirk added, “Part of releasing fear is visualizing the fu- ture. What does it feel like when you cross the stage to get Business Builders your 3-Star pin? Connect to that emotion, then use that feeling of success to operate in the now.” “The balloon part of the breakout session moved me to Do you know people interested in losing weight or be- tears,” said Judy McDaniels of Calif., as she described the coming healthier, but who are not interested in fattening event. “We blew our fears into balloon and hit them into up their wallets? It’s hard to believe that after profound re- the air. When the multitude of balloons came down, my job sults with nutritional cleansing, some still hesitate to take was to help someone else get rid of fear. We all popped our advantage of the opportunity. ballons at once. By popping the balloon I helped someone Draped in magician costumes, million-dollar earners Su- through his or her fears. And someone else helped me.” san Sly and Kirk Metz illustrated through skit and meta- phor that the trick to creating business partners is in an extraordinary product experience. “The magic lies in the relationship,” said Susan Sly. “Sometimes you have to slow down to speed up. Take the Isagenix Opens Quebec, Nova time to create an excellent experience for a person.” “It’s important to set up the foundation for an extraor- Scotia and New Brunswick dinary experience,” said Kirk. “That foundation creates a Isagenix’s official opening of Quebec, Nova Sco- powerful relationship. Then, use that foundation to work tia and New Brunswick kicked off Aug. 25 at the through fears.” Delta Montreal Hotel. More than 300 Associates attended the event, which featured Co-founders Jim and Kathy Coover as well as top Isagenix leaders Carole Taylor, Peter Oelmann, Mark Perlstein, Isabelle Benoit and Jim Rhoades. Isagenix Associates can also say “bienvenue” to Québécois versions of the Isagenix Website, Associate Back Office and marketing materials. Have questions about performing business in Quebec, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick? We’ve got answers. Log into your Back Office, click “Library,” then “Quebec FAQ”. Kirk Metz and Susan Sly perform a little magic to show how simple it is to turn product users into business builders. “Celebration has been great. I’ve learned a lot and made new friends. I came because I want to learn about this business, share this product with other people… and I want to be a millionaire.” Dori Rose, Utah ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 11
  • 14. IsaBody Challenge Finalists Wow Attendees Attendees at Celebration 2007 were awestruck as 25 IsaBody Challenge finalists, chosen from more than 2,200 participants, took center stage. Each finalist’s “before” and “after” pictures were nothing short of stunning. Their hard work was rewarded with more than $100,000 in cash prizes—only add- ing to the transformation of their lives. To qualify for the contest, each participant had to register, use Isagenix products, submit “before” and “after” photos, and write a 250- to 500-word essay about their Isagenix experience. “To all who participated in this Challenge, thank you for the smiles you gave us, and for the lumps in our throats as we saw your pictures and read your incredible stories,” said Director of Marketing Joel Bikman just before announcing the winners. “The idea behind the IsaBody Challenge grew out of Kathy’s and my com- mitment to create an opportunity so that everybody could have an even greater incentive to set new goals to follow an Isagenix program,” said Presi- dent and CEO Jim Coover. According to the judges, it was a truly difficult task to choose the contest winners from among so many inspiring stories. The winners in each category were: Grand Prize Winner Mark Macey “I choose to live!” Overall Couple 1st Place – Jeff and Alissa Boris “We have a newfound passion for life and each other!” 2nd Place – Sammie Kennedy & JP Richards 3rd Place – Eric and Amber Hooton Men ages 18-39 1st Place – David Waselyshen “It’s hard to believe that only 15 short weeks ago I was obese.” 2nd Place – David Godsey 3rd Place – Adam Velez Isagenix millionaires help present (and guard) the cash prizes given to the IsaBody winners. “This was my first Celebration. It has inspired me, motivated me, and excited me. Those who didn’t come missed a great opportunity. They need to get here next year.” Joan Collins, Texas 12 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 15. Women ages 18-39 Chicken Soup 1st Place – Shawna Johnston 2nd Place – Jennifer Brewer for The Healthy 3rd Place – Michele Sweat Soul a Hit Men ages 40-55 1st Place – Zane Terry “I stayed focused on my goal and watched as the pounds literally melted away!” 2nd Place – Daniel Martin 3rd Place – Derek Zral Women ages 40-55 1st Place – Carole Epstein “I have found great satisfaction in introducing people to Isagenix, knowing that once they become familiar with the program, they will enjoy the benefits I am already receiving!” 2nd Place – Wanda Zeman 3rd Place – Joyce Holman Men ages 56 and older 1st Place – Stephen Pulliam During Sunday’s general session, Vice Presi- 2nd Place – Banty Hoover dent of Marketing Rick Despain announced 3rd Place – Fred Tissington the newest version of Chicken Soup for the Women ages 56 and older Healthy Soul featuring stories “inspired by nutritional cleansing” with Isagenix products. 1st Place – Donna Ortoli “My body is the shape I live in and Isagenix has shaped the Within a day all 7,500 copies available in the way I live.” “World of Isagenix” store quickly sold out. 2nd Place – Dina Moor Each inspiring story highlights benefits of 3rd Place – Wilma Godsey nutritional cleansing, such as weight loss, finding better body image and improved per- In each category a first-place ($5,000), second-place ($2,000) and third-place ($1,000) prize were awarded, except for the formance. Many stories include “before” and grand prize, which included $10,000 and a $2,500 Las Vegas “after” pictures. shopping spree with the Coovers. “Sharing this booklet is like having the best Isagenix also held an internal IsaBody Challenge at its Home of the Weight Loss Hall of Fame right in your Office in Chandler, Ariz. The $5,000 first-place winners were Spanish Customer Service Representative Fernando Elzy and hands. And, it’s a lot more than just weight- Compliance Representative Roxanna Sepulveda. loss stories,” Rick said. Due to the overwhelming positive response from the IsaBody Chicken Soup for the Healthy Soul can be or- Challenge, Jim announced there may be another one soon. “The thousands who entered eclipsed even our wildest expectations,” dered from your Back Office for just $20 per he said. “The IsaBody Challenge has been an incredible suc- 10-pack. This powerful prospecting tool can cess—everyone who participated is a winner.” also be sold at retail for $5.95 each. “Celebration was everything I expected and much, much more. everybody needs to come because it does keep you motivated, pumped up and knowledgeable. Those Associates who didn’t come need to get here next year.” Luann Harrison, Houston, Texas ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 13
  • 16. Opening In the Doing Business Land Down Under in Australia and New Zealand from Afar T he next stop for Isagenix’s nutritional cleans- ing revolution is New Zealand and Austra- lia. The announcement of the launch, an awaited What’s the perfect event at Celebration, was followed by a show of tool to help you indigenous Australian music and dance. These build your team countries will be open for business by Sept. 10, in Australia, New announced President of International Operations Zealand or Hong Warren Te Brugge. Kong? IsaLeads! Not “The Australian and New Zealand markets are Warren Te Brugge announced Australia only can this online and New Zealand are next on Isagenix’s mature and network-savvy countries,” said Te global expansion plan. tool help you track Brugge. “They give us the opportunity to build a leads and generate successful business in not only these markets, but more leads in any also in future markets as we expand across the country, but it now Asia Pacific region.” also allows you to Te Brugge added, “Our initial step into Asia produce your own Pacific was Hong Kong, and these two additional Web meetings. Go- countries reinforce our decision to create a strong ing virtual with your presence in the Asia Pacific region.” He also presented David Nomchong as general business is the right manager of Australia and New Zealand opera- decision to make tions. “Nomchong is the right Aussie for the job,” for taking advan- Music and dance helped celebrate the he said. “He brings talent, the right attitude of ser- announcement. tage of Isagenix’s vice, and experience.” global opportunity! “The time is right to share Isagenix’s phenom- enal products with the people of these two great countries,” said Isagenix President and CEO Jim Sign up for Coover. “Isagenix will continue impacting lives IsaLeads now at worldwide.” www.isaleads.com. Last March Isagenix successfully expanded into Hong Kong, the company’s first international ex- pansion outside North America. If you’d like to learn more about the exciting Isagenix opportunity in Australia, New Zealand, David Nomchong was named general Hong Kong or other countries, e-mail internation- manager of the two countries opened. alquestions@isagenix.net. An FAQ has also been posted in the Associate Back Office library, under “Business”. “It was everything I was told it was going to be and more. I learned you can really tap into what’s going on with this global improvement in health and wellness. When I get back home, I’m going right to my Web site and clicking on the international option. That’s the thing I learned that is very important. “You are guaranteed to get something you can use in your business when you come. Hands down.” Ray Jones, Md. 14 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 17. Mark Macey’s Amazing Journey Mark Macey’s two sons Derek and Dustin (left) fit into the slacks he was wearing just a few months ago. B eing recognized on stage as the Grand Prize Winner of the IsaBody Challenge during Tuesday’s general session at Celebration 2007 not only commemorated the end of one He recounted how his friend, Associate Marilyn Dennis, introduced him to Isagenix on March 4, 2007. That same day he decided to become an Isagenix Associate. “Marilyn no- extraordinary journey, but also marked a new, healthier, hap- ticed my distress and took action. Her energy made me want pier life for Mark Macey and his family. to begin reclaiming my life. I committed to a journey toward “When I was 400 pounds, I lived a life in denial,” said Mark. health,” he said. “I was restless at night from the weight, so much so, that my Just four days later Mark signed on for the IsaBody Chal- wife had to sleep in another room. Even still, I had a distort- lenge. Unlike the typical story, Mark took things a step fur- ed image of my weight and health. I had given up.” ther. He wanted the support of his hometown in British Co- With a loving wife and seven children, Mark is a man with lumbia, Canada and spent many hours collecting signatures a lot to live for. He works hard as a bus driver to provide for of encouragement—more than 1,600 of them! His pictures his family, but everything was a struggle for him when he speak a thousand words about his enthusiasm, spirit and was at his heaviest. Then the hard truth hit him one day, and dedication toward achieving a better life. something incredible happened. During Mark’s shopping spree, he took his winnings sitting “My 21-year-old son Jordan, with tears in his eyes, came to down. Before Isagenix, Mark had not been able to sit down, me and told me I needed to do something so that I could be cross his legs and take off his shoes at night. Instead, while around for my kids,” Mark said. standing, he had to bend uncomfortably to remove his shoes. At Celebration, Mark’s son, along with many in the crowd, Not only did Mark buy a sleek pair of new walking shoes on shed tears of joy when Jim and Kathy Coover presented him the Aug. 8 event, he sat down and easily slid them on and off. with a prize of $10,000 and a $2,500 shopping spree with The accomplishment moved others in the store. them at the Caesars Palace Forum Shops. Weighing in at 278 Mark is still working on what he calls “reaching optimum pounds—114 pounds lighter than before the Challenge— lightness,” but is well on his way. Mark beamed with confidence.* *Results may vary “This Celebration was the best we’ve ever had. I loved the lighting and the stage work. I so thrilled with how everything flowed. everything segued so beautifully. I believe in my heart that the more people you have here the better chance you have for building momentum with your teams and the more success you’re going to have. You’ll have a common table to draw from that you’ve been feasting on for several days. I had 18 people that I work with here and it was just fun. It’s the people who make the difference.” Irene Smith, Midvale, Utah ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 15
  • 18. Don Nooner Nets More Donations for CHILDHELP ® Isagenix million-dollar earner Don Nooner pumped up the Celebra- tion crowd as he put on a free throw shoot- ing extravaganza during the Childhelp Basketball Fundraiser Challenge prior to Monday’s gen- eral session. In the end, this 69-year-old man ac- complished an incred- ible feat: making 421 out of 561 free throws in 30 minutes—far surpassing his original goal of 150. “I feel great!” Don exclaimed after completing his last basket. “I can’t wait to beat my accomplishment next year.” Former Harlem Glo- betrotter Bobby Hunter and two Associate volunteers helped keep Don stocked with basketballs during the event. More important than sinking baskets was Don’s pledge to donate $5 for every shot made and $10 for every miss. After all was said and done, his personal contribution amounted to more than $3,500. Many Associates also pledged $5 for every basket he made. A lifetime fan of basketball, Don said his height prevented him from competitively playing basketball while in school. However, his skill and persistence eventually landed him a spot on the Senior Olympic team where he won a medal his first year. Although his days of com- peting are now over, he still practices shooting hoops on a daily basis, which prepared him for the basketball challenge. “Making baskets is just like building an Isagenix business,” says Don. “Find out how it works, then just do it over and over again. One basket at a time. And focus… don’t be distracted from what’s around you—just keep your eye on the ball.” Millionaire Don Nooner doubles as superstar as he sinks hoops to raise money for Childhelp. “I’m just overwhelmed with the energy. I felt that there was a lot of love talked about and I think that’s what the products are about: changing people’s lives by loving them enough to teach them about the freedom from obesity and how to increase their wealth. You need to do whatever it takes to get here next year. We jumped over every hurdle to be here, and I’m glad that we did.” Camille Venezia, Las Vegas, Nev. 16 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 19. Al Jarreau brings perfect harmony to the stage while raising money at the Childhelp Benefit Concert. More Than $200,000 Raised for Childhelp ® F or the love of a child, Isagenix and its Associates opened up their hearts and raised more than $200,000 at Celebration 2007 for Childhelp, a non-profit organization dedicated to the treament and prevention of child abuse. Between Don Nooner’s basketball free throw fundraiser (see story opposite page), the Childhelp con- cert and the silent auction, Isagenix Associates pledged or donated $58,000. Jimmy Smith, Chairman of the Childhelp concert, added another $15,000. To top it off, Isagenix executives contributed an additional $135,000. “What an amazing event!” said Childhelp Vice President of Corporate & Chapter Relations Sarah Ro- driguez. “The entire Childhelp family is so thrilled with the results and enthusiasm generated from the event. We are so thankful.” The concert, which took place after the concluding Celebration 2007 session Aug. 7, featured seven- time Grammy Award winner and musical great Al Jarreau. Isagenix’s affiliation with Childhelp began in June 2005. Over the years Isagenix’s founders and top executives have made regular generous contributions. In addition, 50 cents from the sale of each IsaKids Essentials (see Page 18) will be donated to Childhelp. In January 2006, Isagenix solidified its mission to help children by allowing Isagenix Associates to contribute via their monthly Autoship orders and employees the ability to donate directly from their paychecks. “The love was unbelievable. This is my fourth convention. It seems like we attract the perfect people; the right people at the right time. For those who didn’t attend, you missed a lot. It was unbelievable.” Scott Venezia, Las Vegas, Nev. ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 17
  • 20. W ith the introduction of IsaKids Essentials, Isagenix may be to blame for keeping Fred Flintstone* in “In 11 clinical trials, xylitol was shown to reduce ear infec- tions and cavities in children by 80 percent. In Sweden, it’s used in chewing gum for preschoolers,” said Dr. Wheeler.** the Stone Age and Scooby-Doo* in “I was excited when Jim and Kathy told the research team the doghouse. at Isagenix, ‘We want you to develop the children’s multivi- According to Chief Science Officer tamin. Be sure it is the best.’ They didn’t say a multivitamin, Bill Wheeler, Ph.D., IsaKids is the most they said the multivitamin.” complete children’s multivitamin mineral on the market. He IsaKids Essentials will also be included in Isagenix’s new backed up this bold statement by comparing its ingredients IsaKids Nutrition System. The system—designed to help to the leading brands. children maintain a healthy weight as well as provide nutri- “One uses aspartame; the other uses corn starch and syrup. tion for strong bones, brain function, eyes and teeth—also They both use artificial colors F, D and C,” said Dr. Wheeler. includes an IsaLean Shake (chocolate or vanilla), IsaFruits “But that’s not what scares me. Look at what’s in them: No a box of IsaLean bars (peanut crunch flavor) and an activity zinc, no copper, no manganese and only 40 percent vitamin book.** A. These are supposedly the best. And what scares me most “Every kid needs IsaKids,” said Dr. Wheeler. is that when I read the label of this one, it says, ‘Keep out of Isagenix will donate 50 cents to Childhelp for every bottle reach of children.’” of IsaKids Essentials sold. Unlike the leading brands, IsaKids “contains 100 percent Daily Value for 16 essential vitamins and minerals,” said Dr. * THE FLINTSTONES and Scooby-Doo and all related characters and ele- Wheeler. “And by the way, it’s also the only children’s mul- ments are trademarks of and © Hanna-Barbera. FLINTSTONES Complete tivitamin in the world that contains the spark plug of life, and One-A-Day® Kids Scooby-Doo Plus Calcium are registered trade- marks owned by Bayer HealthCare on licensed for its use. IsaLyte [trace minerals].”** In addition, he explained the chewable tablets are all-nat- ** These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure ural and contain xylitol—an important ingredient also not or prevent any disease. found in leading brands. Kjersti Cote’s children (left to right), Zach, Alexa and Tyler, Dr. Wheeler uses his “lightsaber” and “research vehicle” to taste test IsaKids Essentials and exclaim, “It’s delicious!” point out how IsaKids Essentials surpasses leading brands of children’s multivitamins in quality. “Celebration was awesome. It’s so important to just show. Get off the couch and get back in the game.” Tommy Sablosky, New York City 18 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 21. Spotlight Shines on Isagenix I sagenix is front and center in Success from Home mag- azine’s just-released September issue. This issue—fea- turing Isagenix’s nutritional cleansing systems as well as insightful articles on Isagenix Associates, products, the 100-Pound Club, company history and more—provides valuable third-party credibility for Isagenix and why it’s one of the fastest-growing companies in North America. “This magazine clearly indicates to the world that Is- agenix is a major player in the direct selling industry, and that we’re here to stay,” said Isagenix President and CEO Jim Coover. “This is another powerful sales tool that helps tell the Isagenix story to the world.” Distributed monthly at bookstores nationwide—in- cluding Barnes & Noble, B. Dalton, Borders and Hast- ings—Success from Home targets home-based business owners by featuring direct selling companies. Last year Isagenix was featured in Your Business at Home. You can order Success From Home at a discount for Isagenix’s revolutionary nutritional cleansing only $35 per 10-pack by logging into Your Back Office systems, 100-Pound Club and up-and-coming or by calling 877-877-8111. Last year’s Your Business at Associates are the highlights of September’s Home featuring Isagenix is also still available to order. Success from Home magazine. 5 Keys for Using 1. If you’re serious about maximizing the success of your Isagenix business, 3. Get in the habit of handing these magazines out everywhere you go—net- Success from you must put Success from Home on work marketing is all about numbers. Home Magazine your Autoship. You should be receiving at least 10 copies a month. 4. Place at least five magazines in var- ious office waiting rooms, and keep five to Build Your 2. Be sure to include your name and copies with you at all times. Business phone number on your magazine cop- 5. Share how stories from the magzine ies. (I suggest you put a label on the have changed your life. By Larry Lantieri front, lower right-hand corner and on the Director of Field Development back side of the DualDisc.) “It’s an amazing, amazing experience. You can connect with people. You see the love in the room, and once you have that in your heart you know you can go around and spread the good news because everybody is looking for it. You learn you have to really trust yourself and stand up for what you believe and speak out loud. Once you know that everybody will follow you. We have an outstanding product and outstanding ethics. Attending Celebration is a life-changing experience for everybody.” Nicole Constain, New York ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 19
  • 22. Health Experts Validate Isagenix’s Products After an introduction of the impressive credentials that make up Isagenix’s Scientific Advisory Board in Monday’s general session, the health experts answered questions about products and gave information on how Isagenix is safe and effective. bill Wheeler, ph.D. Tom mcNeilis, ObGYN “Isagenix’s dedication to providing ‘no-com- “With obesity becoming an epidemic these promise products’ is equaled by its dedica- days even for children, it’s important we make tion to perform ‘no-compromise research,’” sure our kids get the best nutrition,” said Tom said Isagenix’s Chief Science Officer Bill McNeilis, OBGYN. “I recommend IsaLean Wheeler, Ph.D. “I’m used to asking for twice Shakes and Soups, IsaFruits, Isagenix hemp as much money as I need for research be- seed, and now the new IsaKids for children.” cause I expect my number to be cut in half. But when I asked Isagenix for twice as much, it was approved! Now we’re in the process of interviewing universities for a long-term partnership.” John Gray, ph.D. “All Mars Venus products are great for kids. Try presenting them in different forms, such as Mars Venus cookies [Page 23]. The Su- per Minerals help create more optimal brain becky Natrajan, m.D. chemistry and can be given to kids with Mars After being asked what made Isagenix differ- Venus Super Cleanse and apple juice, which ent, Becky Natrajan, M.D., answered, “How provides less sugar than most soft drinks and many of you been through the yo-yo dieting fruit drinks.”* roller coaster? Traditional diets are bad for the body. Our system is balanced. As the products help your body grow stronger, it’s a catalyst for creating good health.”* Tony O’Donnell, N.D. “I’ve seen just about every [nutritional] prod- uct in the marketplace, and a lot of them I wouldn’t even give to my dogs,” said Tony O’Donnell, N.D. “Isagenix has products that are bioavailable, backed by research, and help people get well.” Dennis Harper, D.O. Asked what got him started with Isagenix, Dennis Harper, D.O., answered, “If you just follow the program, it’s so easy to see what takes place. It’s balanced and provides high- marilyn Territo, C.e., C.m. grade protein.” “We only used the best ingredients available for the Hand & Body Hydrating Cream,” said Marilyn Territo, C.E., C.M. Cynthia Watson, m.D. “The key is to develop a lifestyle where you Jim rhoades, nutritionist eat healthy, cheat sometimes if you need Nutritionist Jim Rhoades related a conversa- to, and then cleanse with Isagenix,” says tion he had on the telephone while in a gro- Cynthia Watson, M.D. “For the challenged, cery store line, which led others in line to ask pre-cleanse for up to four weeks with just the for his contact information, “What is Isagen- IsaLean shakes.” ix? It’s a wonderful body cleanse with a side benefit of weight loss. Does it tastes good? Yes, you get to pick chocolate or vanilla.” * These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. “I’m so delighted that I came. I’m pleased to say we brought almost 100 people from the New York area. We built even better relationships and we learned so much. It’s been such a tremendous lift for us. I learned to just keep the business simple. Isagenix has really put out first-class tools that commu- nicate. We have to be a real champion in using those tools. I want to have 500 people come back to this event next year. Celebration is a lot of learning, a lot of entertainment, a lot of connection, and just a lot of fun. F-U-N, fun. be here next year.” Bill Constain, New York 20 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 23. Tons of Weight Loss T hirty-nine members of the 100- Pound Club were on stage at Cel- ebration 2007. Many showed off their former clothes—which they’re much too small for now—and shared stories of how their weight loss has changed their lives. There are currently more than 80 individuals who have lost 100 pounds or more after following the Isagenix Cleansing and Fat Burning System—a statistic that sets Isagenix apart from the competition.* Isagenix Co-founders Jim and Kathy Coover also took a moment to honor Kim Olson. “Kim’s photos have been seen everywhere, and have also in- spired a lot of people to lose weight,” said Kathy. Kim Olson shows off her Isagenix muscles. Family of Four Now 329 Pounds Lighter* T he four members of the Cheslick family have lost a combined total of 329 pounds using Isagenix products.* Equally im- pressive are the results of 16-year-old Christina, who lost enough Christina Cheslick “before” (above) and to become a member of Isagenix’s 100-Pound Club. “after” (below) — 120 pounds lighter!* “We know that when you lose a lot of weight, you need to buy new clothes,” Kathy Coover said to the Cheslicks while they were on stage at Celebration 2007. Tears followed along with hugs of gratitude as she then presented each family member with $500 to shop for a new wardrobe. Here are the impressive weight-loss results for each Cheslick family member: Claudio (son) lost 62 pounds* Wayne (father) lost 72 pounds* Alison (mother) lost 75 pounds* Christina (daughter) lost 120 pounds* Kathy Coover with the Cheslick family (left to right): Christina, Alison, Wayne and Claudio. *Results may vary. “I would have to say this is one of the most awesome parties I’ve ever been to. I’ve seen so much love, so much passion. This is a place where people help people. Something I’m really proud to be part of. The first thing I’m going to do when I get home is spread the love. Second, I’m going to show people how to take their bodies back, first physically, then financially.” John Barksdale, New York ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 21
  • 24. Parade of Champions I sagenix proudly showcased the talents of many gifted bodybuilders, martial artists, basketball and soccer players, and other ath- tional cleansing, and have increased their stam- ina and energy, along with improved recovery times. Each athlete has a unique, heartfelt story letes who have been attracted to the company that is inspiring. We are proud that Isagenix is over the years. attracting such amazing athletes.” “There are few areas more demanding than Each of the featured athletes uses Isagenix to the world of amateur and professional sports,” maximize their strength and endurance, as well said Vice President of Marketing Rick Despain. as to obtain peak performance. “Such a career takes immense commitment, de- Bodybuilder and personal trainer TL Bartch termination and sacrifice, which is why we’re of Canada said, “To be trained by me, you have honoring each for being part of Isagenix. They to use Isagenix. I am a natural athlete and want discovered their “Isagenix Edge” through nutri- others I train to be, as well.” Brian Bailey Martial artists of Isagenix surprised the audi- ence with a rousing round of kicks, punches and poised positions. “When I was looking for a health and wellness company to supplement my workouts, Isagenix was the only company I heard nothing negative about. It shocked me considering the serious- ness of the products we sell,” said Leon Bap- tiste, a martial artist who introduced many U.S. soldiers in the Middle East to Isagenix. “All our products do exactly what they claim to do. Hon- esty has been the key to success for Isagenix.” Leon Baptiste Adam Velez, TL Bartch and Loren Middag (left to right) Isagenix Athletes Featured at Celebration 2007 Holly Middag—Gymnastics Debby Stroman—basketball Loren Middag—body building, Gymnastics Bobby Hunter—basketball, Harlem Globetrotters Michael Barker—martial Arts, Tae Kwondo Brian Bailey—bodybuilding Nicole Stewart—Soccer Adam Velez—bodybuilding Dan Morgado—mountain Climbing [Isabody Challenge Winner] Susan Sly—Ironman Athlete Shelley Morgado—bodybuilding [Isagenix millionaire] D’Marko Blewett—bodybuilding Brian Latta—Nascar racing Suzan Hart—bodybuilding Michelle Despain-Hoeger—Olympic TL Bartch—bodybuilding Women’s Luge, brazilian Capoeira Leon Baptiste—martial Arts Michael Barker & Ryan Despain Christopher Hoeger—Olympic men’s Luge Master Fernando Camareno—martial Arts Mechelle Strange—Fitness Trainer Master Long Fei Yang—Kung Fu Jeff Boris—Fitness Trainer Ryan Despain—brazilian Capoeira “Celebration 2007 was awesome. It definitely motivates and inspires you. It makes you want to get the rest of your team here.” Kate Collins, Cresson, Texas 22 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 25. The Mars Venus Guide to Achieving Success Dr. John Gray Offers Relationship Wisdom to Celebration Attendees M en Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus author and re- lationship expert Dr. John Gray, who recently became a one of Isagenix’s newest million-dollar earners, enthusiastically entertained attendees during Celebration 2007 with his frank, hu- morous look at the differences between the sexes. After discussing the ways men and women can better under- Healthy Family Recipes stand each other at home, he offered advice on how Isagenix As- sociates can succeed in business. After all, successful relation- By Andrea Frank Henkart, Psy.D. (c) ships at home are a critical component to success in business, he said. Mars Venus IsaCookies By Sherrie Nattrass of Mesa, Ariz. & Dr. John Gray To attain success, Dr. Gray recommended both sexes surround of Mill Valley, Calif. themselves with other successful people. “We have this idea somebody is more special than us so we Ingredients think we can’t do it—that’s our biggest block,” Dr. Gray said. “I 2 scoops mars or Venus SuperFood Shake remember seeing Isagenix millionaires walking across the stage 1 heaping tablespoon extra virgin, organic coconut oil and thinking ‘I can do that.’ If you think you can’t, go have dinner 1/2 cup finely chopped nuts or 1 scoop Isagenix with them. See how ordinary they really are…we’re all like that. hemp seed Nobody’s perfect.” Dr. Gray shared his own story about overcoming fear during Directions one of his early public speaking engagements while in his 20s. 1. Place two scoops of Shake in a bowl. He was about to deliver a speech on “How to Develop Your Full 2. Add melted coconut oil to Shake, and stir Mental Potential” when he collapsed and fainted in front of the to create a thick batter that resembles cookie audience. dough. “My knees started shaking uncontrollably, and I just fell down,” 3. Add chopped nuts or hemp seed. he recalled. “Have you ever seen someone faint? It looks like they 4. Line a cookie sheet with wax paper. With a just died. These people must have thought this poor kid just died spoon, drop dough onto the wax paper to form in front of them.” cookies the size of 50-cent pieces. Acknowledging fear is the first step to overcoming it. Dr. Gray 5. Freeze for 20 minutes for cookies that are out overcame his fears, which opened the door for him to achieve of this world! more success. Note: To really make things interesting, be sure “Look at me and how comfortable I am. I can just talk for hours to let your guests know which cookies are from and hours. I’m so comfortable in front of groups because I over- Mars and which ones are from Venus. came fear in my 30s,” he said. “I can’t stress enough how impor- If you would like to see your Isagenix tant it is to overcome your fears if you want to achieve success.” recipes in print, please e-mail them to healthyfamilyrecipes@isagenix.net. “I am so glad that I made it here. It took an effort, and I’m glad I made every effort to be here. I can now speak with so much more firsthand knowledge how amazing the company and the products are. I can tell people that I heard nine of the doctors from the Scientific Advisory board talking about Isagenix. I just have this experience, this credibility that I think will change the conversations that I have.” Cielito Pascual, Newark, New Jersey ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 23
  • 26. Lenny Evans Raises the (Re)bar for All F amous for intense breakthrough processes that drive personal growth “deep into the DNA” of his students, Executive Training Consultant David Wood issued a test of body, mind and spirit at Celebration 2007. On behalf of all in attendance, high-income earner Len- ny Evans accepted David’s challenge. But when the end of a steel-rebar shaft was placed directly on the soft part of his bare throat, the Fear exists only in 5-Star Golden Circle Crystal Executive our imagination. was notably afraid. We make it up. Conquering his fear, however, Lenny — David Wood roared and charged into the steel. David charged from the opposite end to meet Lenny in the center with a grand embrace. The champion was in tears. “What is it that normally stops people from taking even the smallest steps to success?” David asked his audience. “Fear! What’s fear? It’s anticipation of pain. Is it real or imagined? Fear exists only in our imagination. We make it up.” Bending the rebar, explained David, was a metaphor for overcoming life and business obstacles by concentrat- ing on goals. “If your mind is confused and distracted by fear, it’s impossible to bend the bar, but by focusing 100 percent on your commitment, you can,” he said. “Now it’s your turn to focus on your success by bringing your entire team to next year’s Celebration.” Within an hour afterward, during the subsequent break, attendees responded to David’s challenge by taking advantage of a two-for-one event special and purchasing more than 4,000 tickets for Celebration 2008! Dozens also flocked to congratulate the hero, whose throat was still red and sore. “I’ve never done something like that before,” Lenny said. “I feel absolutely alive!” Prove your own commitment to success by attending the Isagenix 2008 “Commitment to Greatness” Celebration. To purchase tickets, log into your Back Office or call 1-877-877-8111. David Wood (left) and Lenny Evans (right) demonstrate how obstacles can be overcome by focusing on success. 24 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 27. How The 2007 “Changing Lives” Celebration Changed My Life by David Wood, Isagenix executive Training Consultant T hose who’ve trained with me un- derstand my trainer-student phi- losophy: When I’m on stage, I go as a when I’m so busy behind the scenes, it’s impossible to rush on stage and connect completely. I learned again student first. You see, as I teach, I always that every person involved in Isagenix discover something new; I always learn is committed to the success of every- and grow. In order to do so though, I one in the field. must be willing to see, feel, hear and re- I realize that my journey with Is- ally listen to my students and then be agenix is just beginning, and that this willing and open to share those lessons, journey offers me an opportunity for so others on a similar path can learn growth every single day. I realize how with me. As a family, we can all grow much work we all still have to do. I re- together. alize that it’s not the amount of money Now, as I look back on my experience we earn in Isagenix or the title or rank as Master of Ceremonies for the 2007 that we achieve, it’s who we become “Changing Lives” Celebration, my heart because of our journey. That’s what floods with beautiful memories…mem- makes this journey together so valu- ories that speak of courage, inspiration, able and separates Isagenix from any heart, family, passion, leadership, tal- other company. { } We still have so much to do to bring nutritional cleansing to the world. — David Wood ent, joy and growth. I look back with I think of the countless hours that gratitude as I realize that those three Kathy, Jim and the Isagenix staff days have changed my life forever. poured into this event—their entire of our IsaBody finalists meeting with I learned many things. I learned that hearts and souls—and I’m filled with a new prospect in a local restaurant. I in our future events we will plan to cre- gratitude. And yet when I think about could feel his passion for Isagenix from ate even more time for those special Isagenix’s vision, and feel it pulsing across the room! I could sense his desire people whose stories make Isagenix through my veins, I realize we still to share what we have with the world, great—such as stories of triumph over have so much to do to bring nutritional and as I watched him, my son came and financial and physical odds. We will ask cleansing to the world. snuggled in my arms. I reflected back more questions from more leaders such As I witnessed the IsaBody finalists to when we honored this IsaBody final- as, “How did you achieve your success?” and 100- to 200-Pound Club members ist on our stage with his extended fam- I learned that although we have so lining up to go on stage, I felt humbled ily, and as I snuggled my son, my mind much to share, in the future we will al- and moved. What dignity, strength, wandered forward to the 2008 “Com- low more time to breathe, network and pride, unity and love! Then, to my sur- mitment to Greatness” Celebration… even go to the bathroom. I learned that prise, on returning home I spotted one and I smiled. ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 25
  • 28. Awards Man of the Year 2007 Woman of the Year 2007 Kirk Metz LeeAnn Jackson “I think, aside from the powerful nutritional cleansing “I have success because I am Isagenix—I look it and feel it.” systems, I succeed here because Isagenix has one of the strongest executive teams I’ve ever seen in any industry.” President’s Award Spirit of Isagenix Award Spirit of Isagenix Award Lenny Evans Jim Rhoades Renata Lee (accepted by his son Jonathan) 26 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 29. Staff President’s Award Rhonda Alberts Hong Kong Ambassador Award Luna Pang Vincent Jiang Susan Sly David Yuen Ken Seto Persistence Award Cheryl Munsey “What an unexpected moment! My goal Women of Isagenix 2007 from age 11 was to be a successful network market- er on stage. Now my dream has finally come true.” Dr. Shoshana Bennett Susan Lord Shaffer Isabelle Benoit Nicole Moran Shirley Benton Connie Norleen Changing Lives Cash Susan Bernstein Mary Pike Contest $1000 Winners Kim Bohlmann Ev Reay 1st Place: Michael Aruta 164 pts Karen Bujaci Karen Roy Betsy Burt Nicole Stewart 2nd Place: Elizabeth Turgeon 140 pts Michele Castle Robyn Thomson 3rd Place: David Ciccarelli 131 pts India Hoogs Cecily Wright 4th Place: Jacqueline Maffei 128 pts Kris Horton Lisa Iozzi-Stevens 5th Place: Corine Locke 104 pts Danie Jolley Barb Anzalone Bev Lessman Danyell Huffman Celebrate in Style Contest Winners Barb Lohnes Carole Taylor Lisa Iozzi-Stevens Jimmy Smith Renata Lee Joni Brewer Field Advisory Board 2007-2008 Andrea Henkart Jimmy Smith Cheryl Munsey Carolyne Rodrigues & Steven Bis John Charleston & Cecily Wright Faith Barnard & Larry Pollock Ken & Lisa Seto Jimmy Smith Kirk Metz Jim Coover thanks 2006-2007 Field Advisory Board members for their service and Lenny Evans welcomes 2007-2008 members. ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 27
  • 30. June/July 2007 Recognition June 2007 16. 17. Kirk Metz, NV John Gray, CA Crystal Executives Maritza Acevedo-Cortes, PR Annie L Peck, FL Alicia Pina, CO Top 25 Income Earners 18. Terry Trecarten, QC Greg Arnold, VI Lisa Possanza, FL 1. Jimmy Smith, PA 19. Sean & Crystal Escobar, UT David Austin, TX Mary Richardson, CA 2. Renata Lee, CA 20. Kathy & Todd Humpherys, UT Diann Bengtson, KS Ismael Rios, PR 3. Tony & Randi Escobar, UT Drew Berman, NY Dr. Julio & Olga Rosado, FL 4. Carole Taylor & Peter Oelmann, QC Top 20 States Patrick Bismuth, QC Charles Russell, FL 5. Kathy & Tom Smith, PA and Provinces Blanche Boren, CO Ben Sanderlin, AK 6. Grace Smith, PA in Sales Volume Alissa Boris, ON Kim Sauve, ON 7. The RGG Group, CO 1. California Jill Bowman, CA Sue Scarth, CA 8. Ken & Lisa Seto, FL 2. Utah Angie Schwieterman, IN Patrick Brittain, NV 9. Don & LaRee Nooner, UT 3. Colorado Ken & Lisa Seto, FL Corey Cameron, FL 10. George & Adhis Ruiz, UT 4. Ontario Leung Shui Fan, HK Peggy Case, UT 11. Ron Reid, WA 5. Pennsylvania Kamchu Cheng, NY Jennifer Smith, NY 12. Jay Bennett, CA 6. Florida Yue hing Cheung, HK Anita Stewart, CA 13. Susan Sly, ON 7. Washington Annette Chiusano, NJ Jeff Stolper, NJ 14. Peter & Sarah Greenlaw, CO 8. British Columbia Chiu Moon Chow, KP Carrie Stone, WA 15. Kathy & Bill Hellwig, CO 9. Quebec Pamela Clark, AB Renee Swisko, CA 16. Kirk Metz, NV 10. Texas 17. Terry Trecarten, QC 11. Arizona Pat Clark, CT Eldred Taylor, GA 18. John Gray, CA 12. Nevada Dianne Congdon, FL Le Tran, PA 19. Sean & Crystal Escobar, UT 13. New York Anne Crandall, UT Anna Tsai, PA 20. Kathy & Todd Humpherys, UT 14. Alberta Sergio De La Vega, PA Tracy Tsui, CA 21. LeeAnn Jackson, FL 15. New Jersey Cody A. Deal, KS Elizabeth Turgeon, AK 22. Todd & Joni Brewer, WA 16. Hawaii Brenda Dennison, UT Teresa VanHoesen, ON 23. Ellen Bradley, CA 17. Alaska Steven Dunbar, CA Dale Vaughn, WA 24. Bonnie Perkins, UT 18. Indiana Robin Dunda, TX Mei Ling Wan, HK 25. Mark Siena, TX 19. Montana Richard Evans, ON Karen Webb, PA 20. Oklahoma Connie Faris, ON Donna Wolf, FL Top 20 States Robert Fawsett, AZ Josephine Wong, BC and Provinces New Golden Circles Brian Firebaughs, CA in Sales Volume Executives 4 Star Golden Circles Edward Fordyce, PA 1. California Carolyn Bryce, AB Warren Lance, BC Karrie Galerno, ON 2. Utah Patty Cepeda, NY Eddy & Madeleine Lieberman, CO Teresa Gearing, NC 3. Colorado Sharon Hickok, CA Jeff Stolper, NJ Sue Giachello, CA 4. Ontario Tom Koenig, CA Kyle Vanes, IN J. Gibbons, CO 5. Pennsylvania Adam Propper, CT Cynthia Girard, CA 6. Washington 3 Star Golden Circles Irene Smith, UT Guadalupe Gonzales, TX 7. Florida Marlin & Mary Dubetz, AK Grace Wasowicz, ON Clara Gross, CA 8. British Columbia Rick & Paris Kinmon, AK Cynthia Hall, NV 9. Quebec Mary Pike, TX Barbilee Hemmings, AB New Million-Dollar 10. 11. Texas Nevada Karen Roy, TX Chi Ying Ho, HK Earners 12. Arizona 2 Star Golden Circles Diane Hovey, CA 13. New York Barbara Curtice, CA Elsa Howerth, CA 14. Alberta Susan Holsinger, IN Lisa Iozzi-Stevens, PA 15. New Jersey Kay Marovich, CA Lisa Johnson, NC 16. Hawaii Karen Klay, AZ 1 Star Golden Circles Stefani Knipp, AZ 17. Alaska Dennis Aplin, CA Terry Trecarten, QC 18. Montana Brian & Diane Latta, AZ Michael Aruta, FL 19. Indiana Wai Kuen Ada Lee, HK Steven Bentley, ON 20. Oklahoma Curt Lessman, IA Virgie Davis, TX Kwing Yu Leung, KP Natalie Griepp, CA July 2007 Kathy Herrold, ON Pauline Leung, BC Yik Fong Leung, HK Top 25 Income Earners Deborah Knabenshuh, CA Betty Lin, NY 1. Jimmy Smith, PA Linda Paton, ON Esther Lorenzo, QC 2. Renata Lee, CA John Gray, CA 3. Carole Taylor & Peter Oelmann, QC New Executives Mar Lorenzo, ON Katherine Maeda, CA 4. Tony & Randi Escobar, UT 1 Star Executives Hector & Maricarmen Maldonado, PR 5. Kathy & Tom Smith, PA Michael Aruta, FL Flor Mancebo, PR 6. Grace Smith, PA David Ciccarelli, CA Kathleen Mcclure, WA 7. RGG Group, CO Victor Figalan, CA Callie Miller, CA 8. Ken & Lisa Seto, FL Bev Lessman, IA Michele Miller, CA 9. Don & LaRee Nooner, UT Corine Locke, AK Anthony Moreno, CA 10. Jay Bennett, CA Nicole Smith, L.Ac., CA Susan Sly, ON Steven Munn, CT 11. Ron Reid, WA Le Tran, PA Lay Choo Ng, NY 12. George & Adhis Ruiz, UT WoonHei Yuen, BC Chadwick Nickle, AB 13. Susan Sly, ON David Austin, TX Kim & Tim Olson, UT 14. Peter & Sarah Greenlaw, CO Steven Munn, CT Julio Ortiz, PR 15. Kathy & Bill Hellwig, CO Carolyn Page, CO 28 Se p T ember / O C TO ber 2007 ISAnews
  • 31. New Products & Tools New Products IsaKids Essentials Sports Pak Compensation Supplies 16 vitamins and Includes 1 IsaLean Shake, 1 IsaPro, Plan brochure minerals for your child. 1 Ionix Supreme, 1 IsaFruits, 1 box of Cost = $10 per 40-pack Sug. Retail = $19.95 Want More Energy? packets (15) and Wholesale = $14.95 1 box of IsaLean Bars (10). BV = 12 Wholesale = $150.00 IsaDermix Hand & Body BV = 100 Hydrating Cream flyer IsaKids Nutrition System Cost = $10 per 65-pack A savings of $24.70 wholesale when Includes new IsaKids Essentials, bought as a system! 1 IsaLean Shake, 1 box of IsaLean IsaKids flyer Bars, IsaFruits, and fun activity book. Cost = $10 per 40-pack Sug. Retail = $119.95 IsaCalcium Wholesale = $95 Now reformulated. Doctors Reveal... BV = 70 Great new taste! The Missing Link CD Sug. Retail = $24.95 A compelling, informative Wholesale = $19.95 discussion on nutritional BV = 15 cleansing. Cost = $10 per 10-pack IsaLean Soup (Creamy Chicken) 15 ct – packets Ideal for those busy “cleansers” Revised Chicken IsaDermix Hand & Body Soup for the and for travelers. Hydrating Cream Healthy Soul Cost = $39.95 per 15-pack All-natural formula New stories! designed to nourish BV = 30 Now 48 pages! your skin. Cost = $20 per 10-pack Suggest Retail = $24.95 Wholesale = $19.95 New Tools BV = 16 Success from Home Magazine New Web Sites Isagenix’s newest Announced! recruiting tool! Check out our two new Web sites Incredible New Options Cost = $35 per 10-pack to help you build your business: for Autoship www.DrSpeaksOut.com Meal Replacement Pak www.SixFigureMakers.com Includes two IsaLean Shakes, 2 boxes Welcome Packet of IsaLean Bars, 1 Ionix Supreme and is comprehensive tool is a great way 1 Want More Energy? to introduce the Isagenix products and opportunity. Wholesale = $150.00 Cost = $5 each BV = 100 A savings of $19.70 wholesale when Presentation Brochure In addition, don’t forget to keep taking bought as a system! A perfect overview of Isagenix’s health advantage of www.IsaMovie.com, and wealth opportunities. which features the “Have it All” video. Cost = $5 per 10-pack ® For more information, visit your Back Office. ISAnews S e pT e m b e r / O C T Ob e r 2 0 0 7 29
  • 32. T T O G N R E TM E A O MMI TN E SS C Celebr 008 2008 Get E xcited. ation 2 Lear n. Have Fun. Build Your Team. It’s All Part of Celebration 2008! For those who have ever attended a Celebration, you know the kind of incredible, unique experience that awaits you and any new members of your team. For those who haven’t, this is your opportunity to get the motivation, the training, and the secrets to success that will provide you a powerful head start on your Isagenix business. Commit to your greatness. Register for Celebration 2008 now. Registration available in your Back Office.

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