Prior to starting her current company, co-founded with her husband, Jim, and Master Formulator, John Anderson, Kathy Coover was the top money-earner in three separate network marketing companies, generating millions of dollars in income. She retired with the intention of staying that way until she and Jim were approached in 2001 by John Anderson. Together they have created a vision of bringing unprecedented health to the world, and creating the most number of millionaires in the process that any company has ever created. It is due to her knowledge of training in the network marketing industry that she has already helped 10s of thousands of entrepreneurs reach new levels of success and income, that she is eminently qualified to realize this vision. Again, this is why she is willing to work one-on-one with me, the new guy. I have the tools that she has created for all of us to learn the process, and have seen the coaching videos, and they are all terrific. But to meet her in person was the icing on the cake!
As I do with any new venture that I am diving into, headfirst with my eyes wide open, I seek out people who can show me how to avoid the common pitfalls, keep my focus on the ultimate goals, and work through the shallows and depths that I have to wander through to achieve them. This begins with great training. I have attended every event that I have been able to get to, and it was at several of these events that I had the great pleasure of meeting Kathy (and Jim) in person. Her gracious smile and stunning good looks are the first things that you are drawn into, but it is her genuine focus and desire to get to know who you are that pulls you in deeply. It is because of people like her that I want to be successful in my business endeavor and to work more closely with her and the rest of the management team.
Kathy Coover is one of the main reasons that I believe in this company, and why I believe in this industry. When you come across someone like her, ready to help you in any way she can, deeply knowledgeable and very generous, you have to count yourself as very lucky. I certainly feel this way.
From the office of Drew Berman, contributed by Seth Lefferts.
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