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  • The media however wants you to believe that we’re all in this together. If that’s the case, how do you explain the fact that there were more millionaires created during the Great Depression than in any other era of American history? That’s right. More millionaires were created during the Great Depression than in any other era of American history.
  • U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that there are now over 18.3 million home-based businesses in the United States
  • Running and owning a home-based business offers new owners a very inexpensive entry point. 40 to 44 percent of all home-based businesses require less than $5000 for start up. Low start-up costs , flexible hours and the internet are fueling the growth of the home business segment. 150 million in North America alone
  • Home-based businesses represent 52% of all small firms and provide 10% of the total receipts of the economy. A recent IDC survey indicates that the average income for income-generating home office households is $65,000 a year. According to the SBA's Office of Advocacy over 20,000 entrepreneurs grossed over $1 million operating a home based business. Does money equal happiness? A recent study says it does and it’s around $75,000 per or more.
  • In the next few minutes You are going to hear about an exclusive discovery. A discovery so unique that it will revolutionize the anti-aging industry. But more importantly you will learn that it is more than just a breakthrough innovation…..
  • 26 years ago Nu Skin was founded with the mission of finding the secret of youth. Recently Nu Skin CEO Truman Hunt said, “With ageLOC Mission Accomplished”
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  • Realize that with regards to skin care we have only just begun our 10 year development cycle studying the genetic basis of aging. We will certainly have many more exciting discoveries to come. This year we will get to unveil some of the work our Pharmanex scientists have been performing to address what happens inside as we age.
  • The reality for all of us is that aging begins as soon as we are born. Chronological aging is inevitable but now with ageLOC we can influence biological aging.
  • The remarkable thing is that this first generation of ageLOC targets just one source of aging. Its discovery opened the doors for Nu Skin scientists to continue their research. This research led to discovering the ultimate sources of aging within our basic building blocks of life, our genes.
  • In October 2009 Nu Skin launched the next generation of ageLOC product, a daily use ageLOC skincare regimen - addressing a broad spectrum from the visible signs of aging to the source of aging at a molecular level not to be found anywhere else.
  • 30 YEARS OF GENETIC RESEARCH Over the years, Nu Skin has partnered with scientific institutions and scientists, such as members of the Nu Skin Anti-Aging Scientific Advisory Board, to research and develop cutting-edge products and technologies. Recently, Nu Skin developed an exclusive partnership with the founders of LifeGen Technologies, Dr. Richard Weindruch and Dr. Tomas Prolla.   Through our exclusive partnership with LifeGen Technologies, we have ACCESS TO MORE THAN 30 YEARS OF RESEARCH into the genetic basis of aging.
  • Over the years, Nu Skin has partnered with scientific institutions and scientists, such as members of the Nu Skin Anti-Aging Scientific Advisory Board, to research and develop cutting-edge products and technologies. Recently, Nu Skin developed an exclusive partnership with the founders of LifeGen Technologies, Dr. Richard Weindruch and Dr. Tomas Prolla. Doctors from Stanford, Harvard, Columbia and many other universities are represented. These are highly distinguished scientific advisors representing top research and learning institutions around the world. Nu Skin has brought together leaders in aging, genetics, developmental biology, dermatology and nutrition  
  • Dr. Richard Weindruch co founder of Life Gen Technologies. Author of more than 170 Scientific Papers on anti aging. CNN – 60 Minutes - CBS   Through our exclusive partnership with LifeGen Technologies, we have ACCESS TO MORE THAN 30 YEARS OF RESEARCH into the genetic basis of aging.
  • Loss of vitality is one of the first signs of ‘feeling old’ that people mention as they age.
  • - ageLOC Vitality targets the sources of age-related vitality loss. - Remember the natural energy you had ten years ago? Wouldn’t you like to feel that way again?
  • Nu Skin has so much confidence in the effectiveness of the ageloc product line that Nu Skin’s chief scientific officer, Dr. Joseph Chang has said, “Competitiors can abandon all hope of competing”
  • Nu Skin continues to grow after 26 years in business
  • Even better Nu Skin pays the highest percentage of their sales revenue in commissions then of any direct selling company traded on the New York Stock Exchange.
  • To date Nu Skin has paid more than 7 billion dollars in commissions – 530 million dollars in 2009 alone.
  • Next you will learn how you can build with Nu Skin’s simple marketing stategy, a business that could give you the financial security you are looking for.
  • It is the Nu Skin business strategy that makes it the perfect vehicle for you to reach your goals. Let’s look at a typical business strategy. It includes a manufacturer who then through one or more middle men finally distributes their product to a consumer, along the way each middle man takes a piece of the profit. On top of that money is being spent on advertising, marketing, etc. Nu Skin takes a different approach. Nu Skin sends the product directly to the consumer and pays commissions to the people who help establish this distribution channel.
  • When you help others to develop their own channel of distribution your rewards are greater. The Nu Skin compensation plan rewards leadership and provides an unequal ability to capture leveraged income that can provide you with the financial freedom you are looking for.
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  • Custom content on sites where they spend the most time. No longer do they have to come to you, Nu Skin can reach out to them with content on products, promotions and training information
  • A tradition of unique, consumable products combined with visionary but fiscally conservative management team has allowed Nu Skin to grow to a billion dollar company. With the launch of ageLOC it has been projected that Nu Skin can triple their annual revenue over the next several years. In the first billion… Over 500 millionaires created! Today there are over 700 on our way to our goal of 2000!
  • THE FINANCIAL STABILITY OF A 25 YEAR OLD COMPANY POISED TO GO INTO HYPERGROWTH WITH PATENTED BREAKTHROUGH SCIENCE creates the perfect ground floor opportunity.
  • Nu Skin is entering a whole new world of anti-aging. The ageLOC product platform may make Nu Skin the world’s leading anti-aging company. The best news for you is that Nu Skin is looking for entreprenerial minded people who are willing to work and participate in this rapidly, expanding market.
  • Your first step to start your business is to register with Nu Skin. Nu Skin has to know who you are and where to pay your commissions earned. Once registered you will be able to purchase products at a wholesale price, sell products at retail, and register other people into the business. There are two basic ways of earning money. One way is to retail products. It is the old fashioned way of distributing goods and your income will be limited to the time that you have. You are welcome to do it this way, but by focusing on building a network you will generate more volume and in turn larger commissions.
  • Qualifying for larger commissions starts with becoming an executive. To become an executive you must qualify by creating a total of 4500 dollars of commissionable volume within three month’s time. There are several ways of qualifying. You generate this volume by using the products yourself, recommending the products to others and finding others to do the same. This is the beginning stage of your personal network.
  • As you build your network you will find people like you who also want to become an executive and qualify for larger commissions. When this happens the vitality of your network increases and so can your commissions. This illustration shows the various levels of recognition with Nu Skin and their associated average annual incomes. Do these incomes look interesting to you?
  • Field of Dreams. Ray keeps hearing a voice “If you build it “he” will come” In the end Ray questions what is in it for him…he then finds out it was all about him. Because he had faith and built the baseball field he was rewarded with a visit with his father. The “he” part is a methaphor for your reward if you have faith in your dream.
  • Business Presentation

    1. 1. What is the opportunity How you can benefit How to get startedIndependent Distributor Produced Material registration number 2-1210MS
    2. 2. OPPORTUNITYISNOWHERE
    3. 3. OPPORTUNITY IS NO WHEREOPPORTUNITY IS NOW HERE
    4. 4. THE ECONOMY TODAY
    5. 5. JOBLESS MILLIONS SIGNAL DEATH OF THEAMERICAN DREAM
    6. 6. Would you be surprised to learn that some of theGREATEST FORTUNES today began during the GREAT DEPRESSION?
    7. 7. HOW DO YOU SURVIVE?Out of challenges comes opportunity
    8. 8. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that thereare now over 18.3 million home-based businesses in the United States
    9. 9. Low start-up costs, flexible hours and the internet are fueling the growth of the home business segment. 150 million in North America alone
    10. 10. A recent IDC survey indicates thatthe average income for income-generating home office households is $65,000 a year
    11. 11. The Baby Boom generation impactssingle markets ALL at the same time!
    12. 12. IN 2009 MORE THAN 91 MILLION CONSUMERS PURCHASED ANTI- AGING PRODUCTSAPPROXIMATELY HALF OFTHEM WERE UNDER THEAGE OF 40.Cite: Anti-Aging Products for Health Maintenance (Pharmaceuticals for Age-Related Health Conditions, & Supplements for Age-Related Health Conditions), and Anti-Aging Productsfor Appearance Enhancement (Skin Care, Hair Care, & Others).
    13. 13. BY 2015, THE ANTI-AGING INDUSTRY IN THE UNITED STATES WILL GROW BY: 76% Ref: Global Institute for Alternative Medicine
    14. 14. EXCLUSI VE D I S COVERY
    15. 15. Founded in 1984with the motto… “The S e t cre o Yo th” f u
    16. 16. Ad d ressing the sources of aging
    17. 17. 3 Groundbreaking Products
    18. 18. GALVANIC SPA RESULTS Nu Skin Employee Nu Skin Distributor
    19. 19. CONCERNS OF AGINGTwo most common complaints with aging are Looking Feeling Older Older
    20. 20. LIFE’SREALITIESAging begins assoon as you areborn.Chronologicalaging is inevitable
    21. 21. THESE GENES ARE RESPONSIBLE FORBIOLOGICAL AGING!
    22. 22. AGELOC RESET 92%OF THESE GENES TO A MORE YOUTHFUL EXPRESSION!
    23. 23. AGELOC OUTSIDE & INSIDE
    24. 24. COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES
    25. 25. COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGESNu Skin Anti-Aging Scientific Advisory Board
    26. 26. COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES Dr. Richard Weindruch
    27. 27. GLOBAL DEMAND Energy drink sales are up 136% from 2005-2009. Energy drink non-users cite: High prices (48%), Too much caffeine (43%) Aren’t good for you (43%) $12.7 Billion IndustryAccording to exclusive Mintel research r2009
    28. 28. WHAT DO YOU USE?
    29. 29. A Global Consumer Need SOME SURPRISES Sugar Equivalent: 6 Krispy Kreme DoughnutsA Single Rockstar280 calories0 g fat62 g sugars150 mg caffeine
    30. 30. WHAT IS VITALITY?Three Dimensions: Brain•Physical (endurance, Heartstamina, resistance tofatigue2. Mental (cognition,clarity, focus, memory, Musclealertness)3. Sexual (drive, libido)
    31. 31. DECLINES WITH AGE Age-Related Vitality Loss As we age, our bodies’ ability toeffectively generate Vitality and utilize energydeclines, which may rob us of youthful vitality. Age
    32. 32. RESTORED YOUTHFUL VITALITY
    33. 33. Insert Mouse Video
    34. 34. “C ompet ors can itAB AND O N ALL H O P E of competing” Dr. Joseph Chang Nu Skin Chief Scientific Officer
    35. 35. 26 year track record $1.5 billion sales Operating in 50 CountriesPublicly traded on the NYSE D&B 5A-1 Rating$1 Billion spent on innovation
    36. 36. $90 Million Innovation Center coming 2012
    37. 37. Insert NTC Video
    38. 38. 2010 WAS THE BIGGEST REVENUE YEARIN NU SKIN’S HISTORY… $1.5 BILLION
    39. 39. PAYS THE HIGHEST PERCENTAGE OF SALES REVENUE INCOMMISSIONS OF ALL DIRECT SELLING COMPANIESTRADED ON THE NYSE In fact…The average commission paid to U.S. Active Distributors each month in 2009 was $125.71, or $1,508.53 on an annualized basis. In 2009, the average monthly commission paid to U.S. Active Distributors who earned a commission check1 was $843.46, or $10,121.52 on an annualized basis. Note that these figures do not represent a distributor’s profit, as they do not consider expenses incurred by a distributor In promotion of his/her business and do not include retail markup income. On a monthly basis, an average of 14.90% of U.S. Active Distributors earned a commission check. Active Distributors represented an average of 34.13% of Total Distributors.
    40. 40. NU SKIN HAS PAID MORE THAN$7 BILLION IN COMMISSIONS TO DATE $530,000,000 IN 2009 ALONE.The average commission paid to U.S. Active Distributors each month in 2009 was $125.71, or $1,508.53 on an annualized basis. In 2009, the average monthly commission paid to U.S. Active Distributors who earned a commission check1 was $843.46, or $10,121.52 on an annualized basis. Note that these figures do not represent a distributor’s profit, as they do not consider expenses incurred by a distributor In promotion of his/her business and do not include retail markup income. On a monthly basis, an average of 14.90% of U.S. Active Distributors earned a commission check. Active Distributors represented an average of 34.13% of Total Distributors.
    41. 41. OUR PRODUCT STRATEGY AND EXCLUSIVE MARKETING TECHNOLOGY WILL SHOW YOU HOW
    42. 42. DISTRIBUTION STRATEGY OUR STRATEGY Manufacturer $ National Dist. PLUS Advertising Regional Dist. Marketing Promotion Wholesaler Retail Store Consumer Consumer
    43. 43. YOUR NETWORKDEVELOP MULTIPLE CHANNELS OF DISTRIBUTIONThis simple strategy,combined with acompensation planthat rewards leadershipprovides an unequaledability to captureleveraged income withequal opportunity for allto do the same!
    44. 44. INTRODUCING THE EXCLUSIVE NUVU SYSTEM
    45. 45. Systems Work … A SYSTEMProductivity = Wealth
    46. 46. Using the power of the internet and social media we can customize product and training content for individual distributors and customers
    47. 47. CUSTOM NU SKIN ADS ON ALL MAJOR WEBSITES
    48. 48. Window ofopportunity 2011 2009 20101984 $1.5 Billion in Revenues to $5 Billion
    49. 49. THIS IS YOUROPPORTUNITY TO GET IN ON THE NEXT WAVE
    50. 50. OPPORTUNITIES FOR KEY PEOPLETO PARTCIPATE…
    51. 51. STEP 1. BECOME A DISTRIBUTOR Benefits:  PURCHASE PRODUCTS AT WHOLESALE  SELL PRODUCTS AT RETAIL  SPONSOR OTHERS INTO THE BUSINESS  EARN COMMISSIONS  ADR PROGRAM  ONLINE PURCHASING AND PROMOTIONS
    52. 52. STEP 2. BECOME AN EXECUTIVE More Benefits: EARN LARGER COMMISSIONS RESIDUAL INCOME INCENTIVE PROGRAMS AND AWARDS GENERATE VOLUME BY: 2. USING PRODUCTS YOURSELF 3. RETAILING PRODUCTS TO OTHERS 4. FINDING OTHERS TO DO THE SAME
    53. 53. 3 WAYS TO EARN Distributor Executive Breakaway 5% on 9-15% of group 5% down first level sales volume 6 levels volume Paid as a leaderRetail markup from your retail consumers
    54. 54. 2009 Nu Skin Average Annual Incomes $535,276 $124,104 $55,980 $32,170 $16,133 $5,607 $0 Does this look interesting?* The stated bonus commissions do not represent a distributor’s profit, as they do not consider expenses incurred by a distributor in thepromotion of his/her business. You should always use good judgment in determining the amount of product you purchase. Yourexpenditure for products should not exceed what you can afford and what you believe you can resell or consume during any givenmonth. For a complete summary of distributor earnings/bonuses paid to distributors at all levels within the Sales Compensation Plan,please contact the company at 800-487-1000 or see the end of this presentation or visit www.nuskinenterprises.com.
    55. 55. Average Monthly Percentage of Average Average Executive- Commission Percentage and-above Income at Each Annualized of Active level Title Level for 2009 Commissions Distributors distributors Active Distributor Earning a Check (Non-Executive) $65.00 $778.00 8.13% N/A Qualifying Executive 224.00 2,683.00 1.57 N/A Executive 467.00 5,607.00 2.97 57.19% Gold Executive 832.00 9,980.00 1.03 19.78 Lapis Executive 1,344.00 16,133.00 0.63 12.08 Ruby Executive 2,681.00 32,170.00 0.23 4.45 Emerald Executive 4,665.00 55,980.00 0.10 1.98 Diamond Executive 10,342.00 124,104.00 0.09 1.65 Blue Diamond Executive 44,606.00 535,276.00 0.15 2.87 If you have any questions concerning this information, please contact the company at (800) 487-1000. The average commission paid to U.S. Active Distributors each month was $125.71, or $1,508.53 on an annualized basis. In 2009, the average monthly commission paid to U.S. ActiveDistributors who earned a commission check was $843.46, or $10,121.52 on an annualized basis. Note that these figures do not represent a distributor’s profit, as they do not consider expensesincurred by a distributor in the promotion of his/her business and do not include retail markup income. On a monthly basis, an average of 14.90% of U.S. Active Distributors earned a commissioncheck.[1] Active Distributors represented an average of 34.13% of total distributors.[2] 1. These numbers are calculated by taking the monthly average commissions and multiplying by twelve. 2. These percentages are calculated by taking the total monthly Distributor/Executive count and dividing it by the total number of monthly Active Distributors. One must then add the average percentage of Active Distributors at each level for each month during 2008 and divide by twelve. 3. This number is calculated by adding the average percentage of Active Distributors in the above table. 4. This percentage is obtained by taking the total average of monthly actives and dividing it by the total average of Distributors on a monthly basis. “Total Distributors” includes all U.S. Distributor accounts currently on file, irrespective of their purchasing products, promotional materials or services or earning commissions. “Distributor” numbers do not include customer or Preferred Customer accounts
    56. 56. T E A M E L IT E S . C O M Complete Support SystemW o r ld w id eLe a de rsA u d io sV id e o sC a le n d a rD o c ume ntsB a s ic &A d va nc e d T r a in in gM o b ile T o o lsWe b 2 .0P la t f o r mS o c ia l M e d iaT o o ls
    57. 57. The Life You ImagineThe AMERICAN DREAM
    58. 58. Ray Kinsella: It was you...Shoeless Joe Jackson: No, Ray. It was YOU.
    59. 59. Average Monthly Percentage of Average Average Executive- Commission Percentage and-above Income at Each Annualized of Active level Title Level for 2009 Commissions Distributors distributors Active Distributor Earning a Check (Non-Executive) $65.00 $778.00 8.13% N/A Qualifying Executive 224.00 2,683.00 1.57 N/A Executive 467.00 5,607.00 2.97 57.19% Gold Executive 832.00 9,980.00 1.03 19.78 Lapis Executive 1,344.00 16,133.00 0.63 12.08 Ruby Executive 2,681.00 32,170.00 0.23 4.45 Emerald Executive 4,665.00 55,980.00 0.10 1.98 Diamond Executive 10,342.00 124,104.00 0.09 1.65 Blue Diamond Executive 44,606.00 535,276.00 0.15 2.87 If you have any questions concerning this information, please contact the company at (800) 487-1000. The average commission paid to U.S. Active Distributors each month was $125.71, or $1,508.53 on an annualized basis. In 2009, the average monthly commission paid to U.S. ActiveDistributors who earned a commission check was $843.46, or $10,121.52 on an annualized basis. Note that these figures do not represent a distributor’s profit, as they do not consider expensesincurred by a distributor in the promotion of his/her business and do not include retail markup income. On a monthly basis, an average of 14.90% of U.S. Active Distributors earned a commissioncheck.[1] Active Distributors represented an average of 34.13% of total distributors.[2] 1. These numbers are calculated by taking the monthly average commissions and multiplying by twelve. 2. These percentages are calculated by taking the total monthly Distributor/Executive count and dividing it by the total number of monthly Active Distributors. One must then add the average percentage of Active Distributors at each level for each month during 2008 and divide by twelve. 3. This number is calculated by adding the average percentage of Active Distributors in the above table. 4. This percentage is obtained by taking the total average of monthly actives and dividing it by the total average of Distributors on a monthly basis. “Total Distributors” includes all U.S. Distributor accounts currently on file, irrespective of their purchasing products, promotional materials or services or earning commissions. “Distributor” numbers do not include customer or Preferred Customer accounts

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