I just spent time reviewing some of the articles in the June issue of Success From Home -- all about Quixtar -- and was struck again that the Quixtar business has such strong appeal for people of all ages.
Young people just getting started, with much of their lives ahead of them, seeking to build a business that will help them achieve all they want for themselves and for their families (often, even before they have a family). Then there are the middle-aged, who are looking for something that will augment their income so they can afford a lifestyle otherwise not possible. Often, people are disenchanted with their careers, unable to enjoy the lifestyle they're working so hard to achieve. Even those moving on in years can find something in the Quixtar business opportunity: extra income, new friends, an opportunity to lead and mentor others.
Last week I was in Toronto, interviewing various people for ThisBizNow.com. One young man, a wide receiver for the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League, talked about how being in the business was helping him become a man and a leader on the field. Another interviewee talked about how the skills and traits she learned in the Quixtar business helped her launch another business that gave her an outlet for her creativity. A couple I spoke with shared how the Quixtar business allowed them to spend more time together and with their children.
Time and again I am so impressed with the people I've met in this business. Sure, there are some who don't do it right. I also know that Quixtar works hard to find out when that happens and do all it can to correct a situation. That's because the company knows it needs to preserve the opportunity for all those yet to come, young or old, hoping to achieve their goals with a Quixtar business of their own.