Over the last 20+ years, I have helped thousands of direct sellers, network marketers, and small business owners to define and achieve success, and then to redefine and re-achieve it. To spend the next 20+ years of my life continuing this work is my definition of success. What’s yours? Drop me a line below and tell me!
Simplicity – the state or quality of being plain or not fancy or complicated
I keep it simple, sweetie.
Service – contribution to the welfare of others
Newsflash: It’s not about your product, it’s about your client.
Balance – a state in which different things occur in equal or proper amounts or have an equal or proper amount of importance
Balance is created, not found.
Integrity – firm adherence to a code of especially moral or artistic values
I help my clients to make the good choices, even when no one is watching!
Sustainability – able to last or continue for a long time
Short-term efforts that lead to long-term success.
Humor – the ability to be funny or to be amused by things that are funny
…and I am hilarious, if I do say so myself.
The values defined above by Merriam-Webster (and listed in no particular order) are what make my world go ’round. They define me. My goal is to live these values, to make them my legacy.
My name is Liza, and I am a simple kind of girl. I live outside of Detroit, Michigan with my wife, son, and 3 dogs (Lady,Gracie, and Marty). I wear little to no makeup, laugh too hard at puns, avoid doing laundry until I absolutely have to, love hosting wine nights with friends, and usually end up with a baby in my arms at family gatherings. I don’t do ‘complicated’, and I don’t do overwhelming.
I have worked to support businesswomen (and a few good businessmen) for the vast majority of my life. It’s what feeds my soul. There is power in passion, and my passion is in helping my clients to find their own definition of success, achieve it, redefine it, and achieve it again.
Wash. Rinse. Repeat.
Success never stays in the same place for very long, does it? Once you find it, it takes off down the road again, and what once was success is now only a stepping stone on the path to achieve it. My most successful clients understand that the joy is in the journey.
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