Meet Holly and learn how the impact your business has on your family’s legacy lasts for seven generations to come.
Holly states: “When I first started my business, I was, and still am, a stay-at-home parent with two kids. I was doing some contract work, but wasn’t employed and was looking for something to cover my car payment, to keep our heads above water. I wanted to be able to do something from home. Eventually, I found a networking marketing company. I liked that it was selling consumable goods, so I jumped in.
The impact has been more dramatic than I ever imagined. It’s turned from just wanting to be at home with my kids to being a vehicle that I can use to educate my kids about ways to think bigger and plan better. I have shown them a bigger and better life is possible.
It’s turned from just wanting to be at home with my kids to being a vehicle that I can use to educate my kids about ways to think bigger and plan better. I have shown them a bigger and better life is possible.
My oldest son is now majoring in entrepreneurial studies and getting ready to go abroad for three months to do a business internship. My daughter is going out of state to pursue her dreams in college. My youngest is 14 and understands what is important in life, as far as setting goals, controlling your finances, being able to give back in a big way. Our founder, Petter, actually said that this would affect up to seven generations. It’s neat to see it play out with my kids.
Another bonus is that it’s provided a means for my family to travel. The flexibility of my time and being able to be at whatever I need to be at for my kids is huge. The freedom of choice of how to use my time is more important than the financial aspect. It’s priceless. There are things money can buy, but there are things that you can’t put a price tag on.