Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Success School

This past weekend I was privileged enough to attend Advocare Regional Success School here in San Diego. This was my very first success school and I was blown away! It was such a great experience! You have to understand something if you don't know me personally, I'm a pretty even keeled person, I don't get fired up or excited about many things BUT this is now the second "big" Advocare event I've been to and I've been fired up by both of them! So strap in and get ready for this one because I am excited to share!

One of the reasons I love Advocare is because this company is really all about leadership. I know it's a health and wellness company but bear with with me! I've attended a few leadership conferences in my day; sorority leadership conferences, student government leadership conferences, law school/professional leadership organizations, you get it, I've been to a lot. Advocare's success school is right on par with all of those, only it was packed into 8 hours.

Like other Advocare events, there were success stories. People who have lost this much weight, and people who have made this much money... But that's not what this was about. Success school is about what you can do to better yourself, better those around you, better the relationships you have with the people around you, and build a very viable business while you do it.
Just by listening to the people who Advocare picked to speak at this event it is easy to see that Advocare is a company with integrity and they want their distributors to act with integrity too. One of the speakers mentioned this "Leaders touch a heart before they ask for a hand." That could not be truer for this company.

A year ago if had you told me I would be talking to my friends, family, and even strangers about supplements and health stuff I would have asked if you were on something, but this "stuff" is way more than health supplements. It really is a tool that can help a lot of people when they really need it. And it's about a community of people trying to make a difference.

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