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Corporate Message Elevate 2009 Convention, the Place to Be…
Elevate, The Place to Be
Eric Anderson, VP Sales
There are literally hundreds of thousands of conventions,
Events & Promotions
Road to Diamond conferences, seminars and symposia taking place
every year around the world. The reason? Knowledge.
People are always looking for ways to elevate their
understanding so they can perform at their peak.
Road to Diamond It’s no different for Max International. We’re looking forward to welcoming you to our
Elevate 2009 Convention, Sept. 10-12 in Salt Lake City, where we will give you the training
and knowledge you need to elevate your business, your outlook, and your opportunities.
Quality Control Processes Use convention as a deadline for your goals, especially relating to rank. If you haven’t
reached Diamond yet, wouldn’t you love to be recognized as one for the first time at
Convention? Or, set a goal to have five, 10, or even 50 people from your team at the event.
Working toward either of these goals will make a big difference in your business, both
Top Associate Recruiters before and after the event.
Top Preferred Customer
Recruiters There are three outcomes from convention that you can expect, as follows:
1. You get your bearings at Convention. As you
focus your attention on building your own Max business
you may, from time to time, lose track of the big picture.
Attending convention is like checking a map and using a
compass to plot your progress to the next milestone. For
example, if you’ve been at a certain rank for longer than
you expected, coming to convention can help you chart
a new course to success.
2. Relationships grow stronger at Convention.
Network marketing is all about relationships, especially
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Associate-to-Associate and Associate-to-Corporate.
We say it all the time: in network marketing, you’re in
business for yourself but not by yourself. Convention
is the perfect forum to get advice and tips from people
who are doing just what you’re doing and elevate your
game. You should constantly be searching for the one
new idea or the one new relationship that will lift your
business a little higher, and convention makes that
Conventions are also the place for us to share the
exciting developments that we have been working
on, the tools and training that will accelerate your
business for months. This shows you how important
your success is to us, and gets everyone focused on the same things. When Associates and Corporate are aligned in this
manner, there are few things we can’t accomplish.
3. You can best inspire your team at Convention. You may be 100 percent committed to Max and have a clear
plan for achieving your goals. But what about members of your team, especially your newest members? Get them to
convention so they can “kick the tires” and really get to know us. You can only tell your team members so much. Some
things they have to experience for themselves, and convention is the best place for it. You’ll also have opportunities to
celebrate each other’s successes and have fun together, which will bring you closer together as a team.
We are confident that a few years from now, you can all look back at the Elevate 2009 Convention and say, “That’s where
it all took off. I was at that convention and now look where I am at!” Wouldn’t you rather say that than, “I should have
been there?” Make it happen!
EVENTS AND PROMOTIONS
UPCOMING CORPORATE EVENTS
Build Your Business Around Them
All successful Associates will tell you: Use events in your recruiting and build your business around them. The biggest of
all events, the Elevate 2009 Convention, is coming up on Sept. 10-12 in Salt Lake City. We have a full schedule of smaller
events leading up to convention, so be sure to take your newest team members and prospects to them.
For your convenience, upcoming corporate events are listed below, with links to register. For events occurring in your area,
be sure to visit our Max International Events website. You can also use that site to add your own meetings.
New England Showcase J Dallas Showcase
June 5 & 6, 2009: uly 17 & 18, 2009:
Marriott Hartford Downtown Westin Stonebriar Resort
200 Columbus Blvd 1549 Legacy Drive
Hartford, CT Frisco, TX
Road To Diamond Elevate 2009 Annual International Convention
June 12-13, 2009: September 10-12, 2009:
Salt Lake City, Utah The Salt Palace Convention Center
Downtown Marriott Salt Lake City, UT
Corporate Fly-in Philippines Pre-Launch Event
June 15, 2009: August 1, 2009
Courtyard by Marriott SMX Convention Center
Sandy, Utah Seashell Drive, Mall of Asia Complex
Contact Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details Pasay City, Philippines
and if you wish to attend.
Riverside, California Showcase 10:00 AM to 12:00 Noon
June 26 & 27, 2009: Launch Event
Riverside Convention Center 1:30 PM to 4:30 PM
3443 Orange Street
Riverside, CA For details on the venue, go to:
July 10 and 11, 2009:
Hilton Garden Inn
Please email email@example.com with names of attendees.
EVENTS AND PROMOTIONS
ELEVATE TO CONVENTION PROMOTION
We’re making it easy for you to attend the Max International Elevate 2009
Convention September 10-12, 2009 in Salt Lake City, Utah. You could attend
Elevate 2009 for FREE and earn extra cash just by building your business.
Free convention registration, Max bucks,
and travel cash are all in your grasp!
Associates who sponsor a minimum of three new Associates who purchase an Enrollment Product
Pack during the promotion period are eligible to participate. The contest begins on Monday, June 1,
2009 and concludes on Saturday, August 15, 2009.
Here’s how it works:
Earn Points by Building Your Business
You’ll earn points for each of these actions:
3 Points for sponsoring a new Associate who purchases a Diamond Product Pack.
2 Points for sponsoring a new Associate who purchases a Super Achiever Pack.
1 Point for sponsoring a new Associate who purchases a Home Pack.
1 Point for each Rank advancement beyond Bronze that you and your personally
sponsored Associates achieve. For example, if you advance from Bronze to
Gold and have a personally sponsored Associate do the same during the
promotion period, you would earn four points!
10 Points: One Free Convention Registration ($149.00 value), plus 50 Max Bucks
redeemable at convention for Maxcessories.
20 Points: One Free Convention Registration, $200 cash, 100 Max Bucks redeemable
at convention for Maxcessories.
30 Points: One Free Convention Registration, $400 cash, 200 Max Bucks redeemable
at convention for Maxcessories.
1. The Elevate to Convention Promotion is for all Associates living within the United States (including U.S territories)
2. The only required purchase to become a distributor is a $49 Business Starter Kit. All product purchases are optional.
There are no bonuses paid for recruiting. All bonuses are paid only when products are sold.
3. Point accrual is based on enrolling Associates who purchase a Diamond Product Pack, Super Achiever Pack or a
Home Pack. Points will be awarded for product pack upgrades.
4. Points will be deducted for any returned product packs.
5. To be eligible for any prize awards, Associates must preregister for Elevate 2009. The deadline for preregistration
is August 28, 2009.
6. Max Bucks can only be used for purchase of branded items such as apparel and other branded items. Max Bucks
cannot be used to purchase MaxGXL, Max N-Fuze or Max WLX.
7. Prizes are non-transferable and can only be used by the Associate listed on the Associate’s account.
ROAD TO DIAMOND
A Clear Vision for Success
If success is a journey rather than a destination, then you have to
get on the Road to Diamond! The Road to Diamond trip is an all
expenses paid, exclusive training meeting for new qualified Gold
Associates that will help you avoid the potholes and traffic jams
as you travel to “the top.”
Why Gold? Once an Associate reaches that level, we know from experience that he
or she is ready to make the leap to full-time building with Max. The Road to Diamond
trip serves as a foundation for helping attendees get ready for that step.
We do it by focusing on the “how.” Over the course of a Friday-Saturday Road to
Diamond training, Max Executives and leading Associates show you how to leverage
the tools and systems Max has developed for your benefit. We also help you learn
proven techniques and strategies that will help you on the road to Diamond…and
There are two primary outcomes from Road to Diamond: You have a solid
understanding of where you are going, and you know how to duplicate what you
learned and lift the rest of your team higher. Duplication is always the key to success
in our industry.
You get to have some fun, too! In addition to a fancy recognition dinner Friday
night, attendees get five hours of fun in Park City, Utah, on Saturday, followed by a
barbecue that night. After mingling with other Golds, top Associates, Co-founders
and Executives, you’ll return home with a clear vision of what you can accomplish
We host two Road to Diamond trips every year. Take steps now to qualify for the next Road to Diamond. To do so, you must
achieve Gold or higher for three consecutive months during the qualification period. It will be our pleasure to welcome you
to Utah and get you in the fast lane on the Road to Diamond.
OUR ExCEPTIONAL QUALITY CONTROL
When you ingest a product, like those from
Max International, you expect it to be safe and
effective. To ensure that this standard is met,
we follow rigorous quality-control procedures
during every step of the manufacturing process.
Our commitment to you is that we will never
cut corners where quality is concerned.
It starts with the screening and evaluation of raw products.
Using highly advanced procedures, we check each ingredient
for purity and potency before it is released for production.
Any ingredient that fails this screening is discarded.
During the production process, exact ingredient weights are carefully monitored. By using Good Manufacturing Processes
(GMPs), we go beyond mere sample testing and take the approach of monitoring the manufacturing and laboratory testing
environment itself. Furthermore, microbial testing is performed on each finished blend, and we guaranty potency and
blend uniformity. Random samples of capsules are checked throughout the production process, to validate weight and
monitor for defects. Samples of finished batches are also checked.
Once production has concluded, every finished box is inspected for weight accuracy and seals. Before shipments are made to
the distribution warehouse, each shipment must contain Certificates of Analysis, attesting to each shipment’s quality. Every
production batch undergoes quality testing for stability assurance. In addition to the U.S. Good Manufacturing Practices
(GMP), our processes have been certified by other agencies and NSF International, a not-for-profit, non-governmental
organization that develops standards and provides product certification.
And unlike other supplement manufacturers, Max follows the FDA’s CFR 210 requirements for Good Manufacturing Practice
in manufacturing, processing, packing, or holding of medicinal products. While our products are only supplements, we
adhere to the higher standard required of pharmaceuticals. This is one more example of our commitment to the highest
quality and safety.
We take no shortcuts in our efforts to monitor and validate the manufacturing of our products. The result is clear: the
highest possible quality. It’s something you can count on us to deliver, time after time. To read more about our efforts to
produce safe, high quality products, please visit here.
Max International honors the
TOP ASSOCIATE RECRUITERS
George Innerarity Jr., believes there are two ways to look at MaxGXLTM —as a consumer and as
an entrepreneur. Both are legitimate perspectives with long-term benefits. A consumer will take the
product and enjoy the health benefits over the long haul. An entrepreneur, on the other hand, would be
motivated to purchase a Diamond Pack, share it with prospects and do follow-up to assess the outcome
for the consumer.
“Entrepreneurs will find a need in the consumer’s life, fill that need and make money
doing it,” George said. “This is not just a sale of a product or a business. This is a life-
changing combination for anyone.”
George approaches people with confidence because of a firm belief in the products and the company. When you are
dealing with powerful products with measurable benefits you can let the products do the work, he said. Using tools like
3-way calls is also helpful, especially when introducing friends and family to the business, because they tend to be more
receptive to a third party.
“Though they love, like and care about you, they often don’t hear you when you are sharing information about another
opportunity,” George said.
Verifying your conviction of the company through a person in your upline can be a powerful means of convincing those
closest to you that this is a company worth a closer look.
Cedrick Harris, who has been in network marketing since 1993 in such diverse fields as
communications and mortgages, feels the thing that sets Max apart from other companies he’s
been involved with is the emotion. This is his first time in a health and wellness company.
Cedrick said there’s no emotion involved with marketing e-books on the Internet or sending out his
card to a prospect. But hearing the experiences of people he’s shared the products with fuels the
momentum and is more exciting than anything he’s ever done.
Cedrick’s background in network marketing, with an emphasis on technical advancements has
given him a niche he uses to his advantage. Cedrick has webinars daily and feels they are, without
question, his most useful tool. They allow him to reach many people from diverse locations at once,
and have led to a lot of success in a short time.
Through his work as a life coach, consulting with charter schools and church ministers, Bracy
Wilson has developed people skills that have been invaluable to his Max business. This is his first
attempt at network marketing. Bracy said his secret is “keeping it skinny”—introducing people to Max
using a short and sweet approach. He put together a concise sheet of pertinent information about
glutathione to introduce people to MaxGXL, which has been very effective.
“Don’t sell MaxGxL, share your story and share the samples,” Brady said. “Let
MaxGxL sell itself.”
Bracy focuses on two types of people, those looking for an opportunity and people who have health concerns or just need
a physical boost. Most people fit into one or both of those categories. He said that most of the Associates on his team
started out as Preferred Customers and later became Associates because they didn’t want to miss out on the opportunity,
which happened as a natural result of the strength of the company.
Eric and Shelley Mallari heard about Max International 18 months ago but
didn’t join the company until April, 2009. Eric had been committed to another
company for 14 years. They ignored many offers from other companies and
Eric and Shelley knew that it would take the perfect company to make them
leave. After being approached by eight different people in 18 months they
finally realized Max International was that company.
Of the eight people who approached Eric and Shelley about Max, only one did
dedicated follow up, Mike LeBrun. Mike became good friends with them well
before Eric and Shelley joined the company. Eric and Mike regularly touched
bases on the phone and through email as leaders and colleagues in different
companies, sharing tips with each other.
When Eric and Shelley got to the stage where they were looking for a change they never considered contacting anyone but
Mike. Eric said Mike once drove six hours to attend a presentation that the Mallaris had set up. It’s that kind of dedication
to the company, and to them personally, that let them know he was a person they wanted on their team. It’s that kind of
commitment that has helped them succeed.
Eric said his interest in Max was initially piqued because he knew Mike had left a very successful career with another
company to join Max. When he took a serious look at Max it became clear why, and Eric and Shelley followed Mike’s lead.
Eric called Max the perfect storm: perfect company, Founders, product, and timing.
It simply became a matter of making the decision to join and enjoy the ride.
Max International honors the
TOP PREFERRED CUSTOMER RECRUITERS
Al Greer, Will Farrell and Tom Hinding were Top Recruiters once again this month. They were all featured in recent
issues of MaxToday. Keep up the great work!
Cynthia Denkin has been a Top Recruiter for several months in a row and had yet another stellar month recruiting
Preferred Customers. Her focus has been on providing her customers and team with the best service she can provide and
it is paying off in ways she wouldn’t have imagined. Many of her recent recruits have come from customer referrals.
Cynthia said that Max has been a huge blessing for her family. Her husband, who works as a biology teacher at a private
high school, was recently notified that, due to cutbacks, he wasn’t going to have his job for much longer. Cynthia said if
it weren’t for Max they would be filled with anxiety over the future, but Max gives them something substantial to fall back
She said that even though it can be a challenge working the business with children, she wouldn’t trade it for the world.
She may have to leave the house without combing her hair occasionally, but she looks at other women in the community
who have to leave home to work and she wouldn’t trade places with them. And while she has the freedom of setting her
own hours it is also something she has to be very dedicated to.
“It’s not a hobby but a business and needs to be approached with a level of commitment and professionalism,” Cynthia
said. “If you approach it that way it is a perfect business for moms and you can have a lot of success.”
For Ed Lee, building his Max business has been about hard work, dedication and enduring rejection
with a sense of optimism. He gets up at 4 a.m. and only breaks for a brief lunch at noon before
hitting it again. He makes about 50 to 60 phone calls every day and wades through a lot of no’s
before getting any yes’s, but with persistence the yes’s come, as evidenced by his Top Recruiter
status this month.
By staying focused, Ed is confident he will be able to meet his goals in the coming months.
His belief in the company and the Founders’ vision gives him fuel to keep going on days when
unreceptive prospects take their toll. Ed said conference calls are one of his most valuable tools.
He never fails to listen to company and team calls and learns something new every time. He feels
the single most important thing about Max is Dr. Keller and MaxGXL™.
“It’s not another juice made from a fruit nobody’s heard of in some obscure part of Africa, but an
effective, patented product,” Ed said.
Raylene Lynas grew up around network marketing and swore she would never get
involved in the industry. Raylene was recruited into the company by her parents. She had
seen the rollercoaster ride her parents, Rick and Elaine Lynas, had been on during much
of her life and experienced the highs and lows with them.
“Honestly, sometimes I wonder how they have made it this far in life without killing each
other,” Raylene said. “I have seen them go from the very bottom to the very top. I have
watched them work so hard for everything they had and watched it fall out from under
Despite this, she is so glad to have them as role models of what can be accomplished if
you don’t give up. Raylene could see Max was different from anything her parents had
been involved with before. She said she has never seen her parents so happy.
Once Raylene and her fiancé figured out that succeeding at Max involved grabbing hold of their support team and giving
it their all, they went Bronze in about two-and-a-half weeks. She was impressed that people like Steven K. Scott and
Craig Case took time for her personally at the meeting in Calgary that she attended. They seemed to really care about her
success, which has motivated her to do even better.
“We are so honored to be part of a company that has products that really work and that we feel
confident sharing with people,” Raylene said.
“Max is so simple. Sharing an opportunity with someone that you know can change their lives is exciting, “she said.” We
have so many tools to help us and an amazing team to lean on if ever we need them. We love this business!”
APRIL 2009 RANk ADVANCEMENTS
Congratulations to the Max Associates who have advanced in rank because of
their dedicated efforts in sharing the Max WAY!
Ed Lee, San Antonio, TX Julie and Rudy TwoMoon, Plymouth, MI
Ruth Ann Menutis, Lafayette, LA Tim Feland, Maricopa, AZ
Zach Magalei, Provo, UT Steffani and Brad Parr, Frisco, TX
Noah LaRoche, Exeter, NH Laurie Coursol, London, ON
Kate O’Leary, Provo, UT Jo-ann and Ronald De leon, Fontana, CA
Dan Percell, Fresno, CA Dan Sundby, Colorado Springs, CO
Emma and Nestor Diego, Fontana, CA David Carroll, Huntington Beach, CA
Pamela Kerr, Strongsville, OH Ronald Seger, Jasper, IN
Becky Hurst, Elizabeth, LA Rogelio and Matty De leon, Fontana, CA
Karen Vega, Orlando, FL Guillermina Perez, Woodland, CA
Lori and Dennis McDowell, Carrollton, GA Joshua Robinson, Fort Worth, TX
Wanda and Dorsel Eagle, Valley City, OH Christi Winfield, Sarasota, FL
Art of Long Driving, Inc., Roanoke, TX Janice and Kevin Gillespie, Dallas, TX
Taylor and Tyler Gilberti, Fairfield, CT Keith Margeson, Manteca, CA
Cathey LeMaster, Dallas, TX Christy and William Wise, Wichita, KS
Gailyn Sanderson, Houston, TX Darrel Keuck, Scottsdale, AZ
Bridget Agbee-Bamfo and Rex Bamfo, Windsor William Johnson, Mount Sterling, KY
Mill, MD Julio Rivera, Caguas, PR
Sally Coburn, Chugiak, AK Mark Aviles, Newport Beach, CA
Meynardo Dela Torre, Fontana, CA Dinny Bullard, Eureka Springs, AR
Evelyn and Johnny Streett, Hendersonville, NC Allisa and Nicholas Nichols, Wichita, KS
Jerald Lindsey, Tyler, TX Esther and Matthias Runck, Wichita, KS
Sandee Angelo, Edmonton, AB Amy Jackson, Minneapolis, MN
Rae Anderson, McMinnville, OR Jay O’Neill, Temecula, CA
John Gilles, Eden, WI Donna and Dan McSherry, Carlsborg, WA
George Innerarity Jr., Denham Springs, LA Tricia Lewis, Colleyville, TX
Douglas Williamson, Rapid City, SD Deborah Van Voorhis, The Colony, TX
Bobbie and Chris Dunn, Montrose, CO Universal Fitness, Bayamon, PR
Antonio Martinez, Kissimmee, FL
Sandy Haun, Coppell, TX Tyron Mangakahia, Ogden, UT
Chad and Krystal Inslee, Wichita, KS Renato Cortez, Fontana, CA
David Weisman, Costa Mesa, CA Kim Schwendiman, Omaha, NE
Anne Bushell, Cambridge, ON Frank Limtiaco, Long Beach, CA
Trisha Clark and Nathan Wright, Wichita, KS Gloria and Danny Hockenberger, Azusa, CA
Jeff Yazmer, Killingworth, CT Cheryl and Christopher Theis, Medicine Lodge, KS
Jennifer Strassburg, Salt Lake City, UT Lorraine Craymer, Scarborough, ON
Lynette Sims, Ogden, UT Sheri and Earl Stephens, Ponchatoula, LA
Team Takeover Marketing LLC, Odessa, FL
Bracy Wilson, of McKinney, Texas, remembers the exact day he joined Max International
—January 14, 2009. It’s a significant day because his life took a decided turn for the better. Bracy
went Gold after just a few months with the company despite having never worked in network
marketing before. He attributes this to an enormously strong belief in the products and the skills
he developed working with people as a consultant and life coach.
Bracy feels indebted to Mitch Edland and Brett Edmonds for introducing him to the company. He
feels obligated to do the same for the people he knows could benefit from being a part of Max,
which includes pretty much anyone who will listen and open themselves to what it has to offer.
Bracy is honored to be a part of a team he refers to as the greatest Max business center out there, Max Champions,
working with go-getters like Mike and Scott Unclebach, Edland and others that are “killing it.”
“Alignment with the right people is the key,” Bracy said. “You can do the right thing with the wrong
people and it will go south over time. But align yourself with the right people and you can go far.”
Judy Malinowski, of South Lyon, Mich., had been taking Max products for a year before signing
up as an Associate. Judy is a clinical psychologist and had been making substantial income with
another network marketing company. Making the switch wasn’t an easy decision, but when she
did she knew it was the right one.
She and her husband William Thimm work this business together, which Judy sees as a big plus
because William believes in Max as much as she does. When she approaches people, she will
often ask them if they would be interested in hearing about a company that is powerful enough
that it gave her incentive to leave a very lucrative career with another company. They usually want to hear more.
“I had reached a point with my former company where I was no longer confident I could help people I’d recruited
duplicate my success,” Judy said. “The opposite is true at Max. With a breakthrough product in MaxGXL™, and other
amazing products like Max N-Fuze™ and a compensation plan that is the best I have ever seen, people can’t go wrong.
We are at still at the pre-momentum stage and people are looking for alternatives in a struggling economy, so the
timing couldn’t be better.”
Shelley and Eric Mallari, of Cambridge, Ontario, went Gold in their first month as Associates as a result of their
enthusiasm for the company, which they consider their primary asset. They try to pass on to their team the same sense
of urgency and excitement that they feel.
“It’s easier to build the business fast,” Eric said. “When you use all the tools and attend all the events
you can make it to, it inspires you and those around you to succeed.”
They wanted to go Gold in their first month to show their team that it could be done. In addition to having team players
like Mike LeBrun in their upline, who bend over backwards to help people succeed, they have been able to recruit
people who are equally dedicated. The Mallaris couldn’t be more excited about the potential that is already starting
to be realized in their team.
Other selling points at Max include company leadership, timing and a product that is one of the most unique in the
“Max isn’t in the juice war or the vitamin war,” Eric said. “We have a product that is unlike anything out there.”
Jon Jaque, of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, attributes his success to
believing in the company and listening to his upline. He said his sponsor, Henry
Kramer, has been an invaluable part of his success and is always willing to go
the extra mile.
“This is a simple business, but it’s not easy”, Jon said. “It requires a shift in
thinking and a reprogramming of your life’s paradigm.”
Jon has found that not everyone has the vision of what you can accomplish in a company like Max International and
some have natural hang-ups with network marketing generally. Quite often it is the people closest to you that become
your biggest skeptics and can erode your vision if you let them.
“No matter how smart and successful you are, you must endure the skepticism of those you love
the most. Max can be everything you want it be if you create the vision, add the belief and put in
the effort,” Jon said.
He said the world would be a better place if more people followed a fraction of the wisdom in one of Steven K. Scott’s
books. The company he helped found has the same integrity and high sense of purpose.
Azure and Justin Winter, of Wichita, Kan., had been in network marketing five years with
the same company before coming to Max International, and had built a six-figure income.
Though loyal to their former company, they both felt it was wise to keep their options open.
When their good friends Rick and Michelle Teague approached them about Max they started
to feel not only drawn to the company but felt almost a moral obligation to make the shift.
They believed Max had a product that was a life-changer and had the potential to bless the
lives of many of the people they knew.
“We felt spiritually motivated to align with Max because of the nature and
strength of the product,” Azure said.
When building their Max business, they first targeted other business owners and people who were successful in their
chosen fields, who were entrepreneurs with strong work ethics. The Winters used Rick and Michelle’s tried-and-true
system because they knew it worked. They have built an amazing team that has helped them rise to where they are.
Azure and Justin are now committed to help their team follow in their footsteps.
Rick and Michelle Teague, of Mansfield, Texas, said that a
major shift in momentum is just on the horizon and it is a perfect
time for Associates to sit down and figure out just what they
want out of Max International and lay the groundwork for future
“What do you need right now and what do you dream
of in the future?” Michelle asked, adding that it is the
perfect time to set long- and short-term goals and
expand your vision of the future.
According to Michelle, producing solid, consistent growth involves asking ourselves why we are here, getting the basics
done by making the best use of Max tools and getting “plugged in” to as many events as you can — business meetings,
Max Showcases, Super Saturdays and fly-ins, etc. And, of course, Convention is just around the corner.
“Convention is where all of our efforts should culminate,” Rick said. “Convention is where Associates can get a clearer
vision of the future and a better understanding of why they are in the business. The clearer our vision the better we
can help others.”
Rick and Michelle feel it is an honor to be part of Max. They expressed love for their team and are so thankful for the
Co-Founders and Corporate team. They said that even more important are those who haven’t even heard of Max or
tried our life-changing products.
“We have a lot of opportunity and work ahead of us. Our challenge is to get our ‘whys’ in focus so we can help others
achieve more than they ever dreamed possible,” said Michelle.