Posts tagged ‘Helping Others’

When asked why I choose to work a MLM business alongside my accountancy career, my answer is simple.

  1. I meet, and get the chance to help, a variety of people from all walks of life
  2. I love the products and enjoy learning about health and nutrition
  3. It is quite different from traditional business (but utilises similar skills) creating a sense of balance
  4. The team environment is great, we are all running our own business but share ideas, documents and personal triumphs
  5. By helping others to create a lifestyle of their choosing, I am developing a lifestyle of my choosing.

Why Forever?

This was an easy decision.

Forever Living Products is an amazing, privately owned organisation that is ethical, stable and generous. The training is first class, the products are of the highest quality and the people involved are inspirational.  There are no annual fees or minimum activity committments and no door to door brochure deliveries/collections.  Forever provides a proven system that allows you the FREEDOM TO CHOOSE when, where and with whom you work.

Why Hunters’ Health and TeamSuccess?

TeamSuccess is a group of  independant businesses such as Hunters Health, that work as a TEAM.

We are all different in personality and lifestyle.  Some of us have small children, some have full time jobs, others are working their business full-time and some are working towards a retirement plan.  BUT, we all have one thing in common – We have CHOSEN SUCCESS.

Hunters’ Health is run by myself and my husband, Julian.  We are committed to helping people take control of their health and wealth and ultimately their future.

  • Between us we have over 25 years of business experience, in various trades, banking and finance, accountancy, retail and customer service
  • We have extensive experience in networking both on and offline
  • We provide one-to-one coaching and planning sessions to make sure the members of our team achieve their aspirations
  • We facilitate group training sessions when the team requests them
  • We use tried and tested techniques that anyone can learn and adopt –  I promise you, it’s not rocket science!
  • We manage several modes of communication including e-mail/telephone/Skype and a closed Facebook group where you can ask questions, find links to information and chat with other team members, ensuring you are never alone.
  • We have an amazing upline, that includes our good friend and mentor,  Julie Buck who is always on hand to offer support and lead by example; and ultimately the number 1 distributor in the UK, Jayne Leach who is generating income in excess of £1m per year.

Why YOU?

  • Are you self-motivated and ready to CHOOSE SUCCESS?
  • Are you prepared, with our guidance, to work hard and smart for at least 3 hours per week?
  • Are you open-minded and willing to learn?

Whether you would like a little bit of spare cash or the equivalent of a full-time salary,  we can develop a home-based business to suit you.

Perhaps you would like to finance your children’s education, pay for a holiday or plan for retirement?  May be you have had a career break and would like to take advantage of our world class personal development training? May be you just like the idea of generating a substantial, willable income that finances your dreams!

Whatever, your reason…..

Just decide and take action;

Choose success and we will show you a way to make your plans a reality.

For more information, contact me by ‘phone, email or Skype, find us on Facebook and/or sign up to our newsletters using the ‘join my lists’ widget on the top right of this page.

RELEVANT READING: The Secrets to Success by Patric Chan, explains that success doesn’t have to be complicated.

Only those close to me know that I am one of the 10% of women of child-bearing age that suffer from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) but since it was one of the main reasons I got involved in distributing aloe vera and I now have a beautiful son, I feel ready to share my experiences in the hope of helping others that may be experiencing some or all of the many symptoms.

The biggest problem, in my view, is the lack of education which means that most women do not know they have PCOS until they struggle to conceive, believing that the symptoms are just a side effect of being a hormonal woman!  Once the symptoms are understood it is a relatively easy to problem to diagnose, but as far as I am aware, it can not be cured, only managed.

female symbolSo what is PCOS?

Literally Poly = Many, Cystic = cysts, small fluid-filled sacs.  These cysts produce androgens (hormones) which prevents the proper development of the follicles that hold and finally release an egg. 

In severe cases this means that the follicle is devoid of an egg, but in most cases the egg is underdeveloped or degenerated resulting in a failed pregnancy.

In short, the common signals of PCOS are:

  • acne (like a teenager) and generally poor skin condition
  • weight gain (often associated with menopausal women)
  • excessive or unusual hair growth (again like a teenage lad)
  • irregular menstrual cycles, perhaps occuring once every few months
  • cramping and/or heavy bleeding when menstruation does take place
  • irritability associated with hormone imbalance
  • difficulty in conceiving

Not everyone suffers from all of these and the symptoms vary in severity, but I have noticed that those who have a poor lifestyle or lack in emotional strength do suffer more.  For me, the most distressing element of this hormone related disorder was the high incidence of infertility and then just to be cruel, miscarriage. 

Famous sufferers include Julia Oliver (wife of Jamie) and Victoria Beckham, both of whom have managed to have healthy babies.

After the trauma of PCOS being confirmed by a blood test and an ultrasound  exam, I read as much as I could about PCOS (isn’t the internet fabulous?) and called my friend (now mentor) and set about a programme of management that could only be construed by an accountant! Haha! Now I look back, I can laugh at myself but I assure you I was very seriously affected by the realisation that my fertility could be hindered.

Over a period of about five months, I managed to reduce my cycle from 35-40 days to a more appropriate 28-30 days and to manage my acne and eczema in a more natural way, by learning to understand my body, improving my nutrition and committing to more exercise.  I have not had a weight issue, but I am now more conscious of this as I said at the beginning of this post, awareness and understanding is the most important factor.  You can not manage something you don’t understand.   

I am fortunate that I do not have a severe case, but it is a problem that stirs up many emotions none-the-less. If you would like to know how I have dealt with PCOS, I would be pleased to share this with you in confidence, please contact me.

Since writing this post I have discovered a lovely online forum for fellow sufferers.  Take a peek….

The information contained in this blog illustrates my opinions and experiences,it does not constitute medical advice and I do not accept responsibility for actions taken or refrained from as a result of reading this blog.


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