Finding Balance
Dr. Josephine Gross
Many people, especially women, join network marketing to create more balance in their lives. Leaving the corporate world or starting a home-based business can be an important step on your journey towards a more fulfilling life. However, no business model or no amount of money can get you there. Balance requires daily discipline and constant course corrections. Depending on where you are in your business, keeping balance might mean delegating more or cutting certain distractions. Perhaps it implies rewiring your belief that leadership means setting a pace of high-intensity, sacrificing more, and working harder, rather than modeling a truly balanced life.

Save Time and Stress
Nicki Keohohou

Applying coaching skills will help you create deeper connections, make others feel valued and heard, and give them the space to be resourceful and empowered. In business, you can take these skills into your marketing efforts, sales conversations, team building and, of course, client relationships. As a leader you have the opportunity to touch the lives of your team members in a way that will make a difference in many areas of their lives; yet your role as a coach is not to teach, instruct, or direct, but rather to encourage, inspire, and allow them to discover their own answers.

Creating Global Balance
Sonia Stringer
Experience shows that women who acquire economic power help to balance out political, economic, and social systems that have been too male-centric. As women step into greater positions of influence, they bring compassion, collaboration, and transparency into areas that have long been dominated by aggression, competition, and self interest. This kind of balance is essential to maintain peace, to effectively manage our resources, and ultimately to the survival of our planet.

Some demographers see the rising economic power of women as the biggest shift of the twenty-first century, and network marketing is part of this important trend.

Michelle Fraser
Apply focus to the present moment and avoid the pothole of attempting to multitask.

Julie Henderson
Be true to your heart and live your purpose aligned in your values and beliefs.

Laura Holbrook
There are times when family comes first, and times when business comes first.

Udana Power
Put yourself first and take twenty minutes a day of sacred time.

Janine Finney & Lory Muirhead
Balance is being content with how I’ve spent my time at the end of each day.

Tina Beer
Network marketing allows us to grow and truly “be our message.”

Rosalie Elliott
Having a strong foundation for who I am is what guides me daily.

Mariela Elorduy Blackaller
Celebrate the moments that give you happiness and fill your heart with passion and purpose.

Sara Marble
Making agreements with my family allows me to be a successful mom and entrepreneur. 

Linda Proctor
A home-based business gives us the ability to spend our days doing what we love.

Maureen Alice Torr
Balance does not come naturally but requires organization and discipline.

Sarah Robbins
Taking time for personal and professional growth provides nourishment for our souls.

Megan Wolfenden
Balance does not mean getting everything done and saying yes to all requests.

Debi Granite
Rearrange your song and picture of reality, and the universe will accommodate you.

Pamela Barnum
Learn to be accessible to your family, team, and customers while staying centered.

Rachelle Castor
Collaboration manifests success by incorporating the energy of caring and compassion.

Hilde Rismyhr Sæle
I accept that my wheel of live is not always perfectly round and in harmony.

Violet Ikahu
To create a more balanced life, change the way you think and use our time.