Tom and Bethany Alkazin have seen what network marketing has to offer and have a history of success. There is the expectation of what individuals should act like after having amassed astonishing wealth, and then there is the refreshing reality of what it’s like to meet them.
Brad Alkazin is one of those figures you don’t easily forget. We mention “figures" because despite his age (only 26 years), he comes across not unlike a youthful Tony Robbins; the type of commanding, enigmatic individual that easily sways a room.
Ruth and Jeff Elliott are perhaps some of the most down-to-earth, pleasant people you will ever meet in this life. They have a habit of smiling and engaging in interesting conversation — the kind that makes you wonder if you’ve actually heard them right.
Alex Morton slowly awakens while listening to podcasts from successful entrepreneurs and sips on a Verve. This isn’t an uncommon occurrence, more of a regiment; this mogul (who will be making a quarter of a million dollars this year) learns and earns in his sleep.
In meeting Matt Morrow, I quickly come to the conclusion that if everyone marches to the beat of his own drum, his is a non-conformist, bordering on wild man. But Matt dances to his drum; marching is for dull, serious types who like to wear suits and sit at desks.
JD and Ronni Phillips have become multi-millionaires with Vemma, but when asked about their wealth, they don't have much to say. After prodding a bit further, we soon came to learn that they didn’t feel as if they had done anything special in order to amass that great amount of wealth.
If you were to pass Harald Maier on a busy street in his hometown of Graz, Austria, you might never notice him. You’d have to chat with him before you’d discover that he’s a Vemma Elite generating a significant revenue. But that’s only what he’s been doing lately.
If you ever wanted to know what it's like to live the life of Vincent Chase of HBO's hit show Entourage, you don't have to look much farther than Bryce Majdick. At 22, he and six friends are living and working the Verve lifestyle together in a California mansion just outside San Diego.
Hannes and Jessica Sommer are outgoing people, but neither has the type of razzle-dazzle personality people sometimes associate with those in sales. Their power to communicate their message is based on a bone-deep belief that this stuff works!
Upon entering Adam Wenig’s childhood home, we immediately recognized he comes from a very loving and close family — and of recent, a Vemma family. It’s a typical morning in the Wenig household. Adam’s mom and dad, Kara and Michael, are whipping up smoothies...
Dennis and Sue Ligon feel very blessed to be able to help others, and what you’ll find in Virginia and across the country is that the opposite is also very true: There are countless people who feel blessed by the kindness and generosity of this dynamic couple.
Josh Noble might not seem different from any of his 20-something counterparts (he wears jeans and T-shirts, and lives in an apartment barren of furnishings save for a flat screen TV), but when you look deeper, you’ll find a young man wise beyond his years.
Linda Proctor had amassed enough wealth to enjoy any lifestyle she desired, but you can see that the very thought of slowing down is nothing less than detestable in her sight. Success, in her mind, seems to have its roots in helping others achieve the same prospect.
Spend a day with Kailey Warren, and you’ll quickly find yourself out of breath. In the two days we had with her, we went to meeting after meeting, skateboarding in downtown Tempe, hiking to the top of a mountain, and even paddle boarding down the Salt River.
For Michelle Barnes, the key to happiness is found in helping others. She finds fulfillment in spending time motivating her team to never give up and continue moving forward. Her favorite quote is, “You can always tell a leader by the size of their obstacles.”
Shawn and Emily Stoik, a young couple who seem to have nearly everything figured out, a comfortable home, three beautiful children, and priorities to always put family first. Through the smiles and winks, you notice something tragic has taken place in their past.