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Tom and Denice Chenault: We Love the Underdog
By Dr. Josephine Gross
At a Convention in Florida, 2014 (L) | Visiting a vineyard in Melbourne, Australia (R)
Home with their favorite "cruisers"
Tom hosting the Tom Chenault Radio Show
At 2015 company convention in Ontario, California
On the riverwalk in Brisbane, Australia, 2015 (L) | With granddaughters Corinne and Linden in Sydney, Australia (R)
With their daughter Courtney and son Dominic (L), and daughter-in-law Cally, son Adrian, and granddaughters Linden and Corinne (R)
Tom and Denice Chenault are one of the most well-known, cherished, dedicated, and respected couples in the network marketing space. Top earners in an internationally established wellness company, they spend their days developing friendships and leadership. Tom is a recovering alcoholic who has been attending a daily Alcoholics Anonymous meeting for 27 years. He also has been hosting the Tom Chenault Radio Show for the past 15 years. Denice is a personal development trainer who is passionate about coaching women to step into their greatness. Together Tom and Denice live their lives 100 percent in contribution. They love people, and they love the underdog. They believe that “once you make more money than you have month, you have a huge responsibility to go out there and affect change for others.” While they can be extremely funny, they take this calling quite seriously.—J.G.
Tell us about your life before network marketing.
TOM: I grew up in Littleton, Colorado, where I lived most of my life. I was not an extraordinary student, but I always knew I was going to do something really successful in my life. I don’t know how I knew that. My family was fairly ordinary although my older brother was extremely sick and ended up passing away at age 35. My other brother and sister are both wonderful and successful in their own way. But being the quintessential middle child I realized that I had to make my mark on the world completely independently...
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