Hi! I'm Keili (sounds like Keely), and it's so nice to meet you!
Do you ever feel like you should be doing something more in your life? Do you feel like there is a bigger picture for you to be a part of? Are you looking for a little something extra?
If so, I was standing in your shoes several years ago, after I graduated from college. I had done all of the “right” things. I went to school, worked hard, and got good grades. I took my education very seriously and even graduated from an Ivy League university (at great financial expense). During my senior year people kept asking what I was going to do with my psychology degree, but I had no idea what I would do next. I was “guaranteed” something great because I was graduating from the Ivy League, right?
Well yes, and no. I entered the noble profession of teaching. I taught high school, preschool, then elementary school. I positively impacted the lives of many students, and that was wonderful. I have always loved interacting with kids, and seeing their faces when they finally “get it” is priceless. But I hated the red tape. And talk about overworked and underpaid…I knew that something had to change, or I would end up becoming a bitter old lady by the age of 40.
I found the concept of network marketing and was blown away by the possibilities. In my first endeavor, I was introduced to the book Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki (if you haven't read it yet, you should) and my life changed forever. I learned the true definitions of assets and liabilities as well as the cashflow patterns of the poor, middle class, and wealthy, and I knew that, in order to reach my goals, I needed to start building my own business. I wish that I had read that book while I was in high school or college, because I was not getting any kind of financial education there. Instead, I was learning how to be an employee who works 40 hours a week for a good 40 years, only to retire on about 40% of my income…not my American dream!
When I first saw network marketing I thought, “Way cool! I know they say this isn't get rich quick, but I'm gonna be making millions so fast!” Not quite. This actually takes a business mindset and serious work ethic and determination. It also takes time to build. An employee position presents a 40 year plan and is based on linear income- go to work, get paid, go to work, get paid, don't go to work, don't get paid; do that for 40 years, retire, and make a percentage of what you made while you were working. My business presents a 5 year plan based on residual income- go to work and build for about 5 years, then make more than you made while you were building whether you continue to work or not. The 5 year plan makes the most sense to me, so I chose that one.
I am so happy and grateful that I decided to pursue my business. Now, I am able to do business offline and online, locally and globally. I am able to share my passion with others and help other people reach their goals. I am a wife and a mother, and I love being able to spend time with my family, especially when we visit cool places around the world together.
Thank you for taking the time to stop by this page and learn more about me. I would love to know more about you. Please reach out to me by emailing email@example.com or by connecting with me on Facebook. I would be delighted to chat with you, and if there is any way that I can add value to your business, please let me know.
Yours in success,