Published on November 5, 2014
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1. June 2014 Enjoy the journey Page 8 Working hours that just don’t add up Page 12 Kleeneze pushes the boat out Page 18 Create your own PR story £10,000 cash or a brand new car to keep for life – what would you choose?
2. Welcome to Team Talk June 2014 Editor’s note There is one phrase that repeatedly crops up when talking about running a Kleeneze business and that’s ‘work / life balance’. It’s a self-explanatory expression really – having a healthy balance between your work and your personal life. All the headlines back up this school of thought too. Sinister articles suggesting that this hallowed state of being will now never be reached thanks to the introduction of smart phones and other devices that make it possible to work beyond the physical boundaries of your office. So here’s the problem I have with this term: it implies that if you’re working, you’re not living. Life happens after you’ve finished work. You’re going to work, suspending your life for the moment, just to earn money in order to live. And it gets better, because the general consensus seems to be the two cannot coexist at all – if you want a great work life, you have to sacrifice ‘life’ and vice versa. It’s a pretty pitiful notion! One that, in my humble opinion (to borrow a phrase from Michael Khatkar) needs challenging. The thought that work is just, well, work – something to be tolerated; something that you slog through in order to get to the shiny life bit is not only a miserable one, it’s wrong. If you ask the leaders in our business whether they’ve achieved that perfect work / life balance, the majority will tell you yes. Yet, you rarely see them not working! If they’re not training, they’re networking. If they’re not networking, they’re taking calls or answering emails. The difference is that they’re not looking for that elusive work / life balance, because they love what they do. The two are intermingled, because they’re living their life while working – putting all the passion and excitement that they have for life into work. And as such, they become greater successes at what they do and at living their lives. Make a stand, because however you’re feeling is how you choose to feel. Choose to live life no matter what you’re doing. Throw yourself into your work as hard as your play. Stop looking toward a distinction that doesn’t exist and start to realise that the two co-exist and in order to enjoy it all you need to make a choice to do so. Create your life you want to live now – don’t wait! Xenia Xenia Poole, Editor in Chief [email protected] 02
3. 03 Page 23 Period 5 Recognition Congratulations to all our Network achievers in Period 5! Page 4 The results speak for themselves The new catalogues are out there and the results are in! Page 12 Kleeneze pushes the boat out for qualifiers It’s one of the biggest cruise ships around and was the location for the return of the Kleeneze European Destination. Team Talk caught up with the qualifiers as they stepped back onto dry land. Page 18 Create your own PR story Getting a story into your local newspaper, such as Mark and Heather Gordon did recently, is a great way to advertise your business. Page 20 The incentive that’s floating everyone’s boat The city of canals awaits you and with an enhanced criteria there’s more chance than ever to be on it. Page 5 News from Lisa All the latest company news from Kleeneze’s Managing Director, Lisa Burke. Page 6 Cooking up a Kleeneze storm Bronze exceutive and £10,000 qualifier tells us aboput his Kleeneze jouney so far. Page 17 Who’s more likely to catch that worm? The age-old productivity quandary continues. Do you really get more done by getting up earlier in the morning? Contents Page 8 Working hours that just don’t add up Excessive workloads, mountains of paperwork and a long working week are just some of the reasons more people from the education sector are turning to Kleeneze. Page 11 New ways to make an extra income Kleeneze continues its retail campaign with two brand new catalogues.
4. It’s a new season, a new catalogue and we’re seeing better results than ever coming in! It’s no wonder, as with over 750 products in our Main Book and 120 lines of seasonal goodness in Summer Savers, there’s so much choice for everyone. 04 Retail New Catalogues “The new catalogues are magic! I’ve received £803 orders from just 105 catalogues so far.” Pete Rowe, Senior Distributor “14 books out resulted in £359 in orders. The new window vac is doing really well. Get in there!” Mark Pepper, Silver Distributor “Got great results from my very first drop - £608 in orders.” Tony Jones, Silver Executive Distributor “I’ve just come back from my customer base plus a new blanket drop with the new catalogue and collected in over £741 with some stragglers still to collect!” Ian Hughes, Silver Distributor Main Book Pack 50 x Autumn Winter Main Book Issue 1 50 x Summer Savers 50 x Snap cat bags 100 x Order forms UK code: 700797 ROI code: 700924 Price: £25 / €30 Summer Savers UK code: 743003 ROI code: 743020 Price: £5.00 / €6.00 The results speak for themselves “Oh how we love these orders from the new books! £201.18 from the first pick-up of the day.” Nick and GraceSassanelli, Senior Distributors
5. 05 Lisa Burke Managing Director News from Lisa I’d firstly like to say a huge thank you for all your support at last month’s Lifestyles without Limits event. It was a brand new venue for us, which we managed to pack out, and the feedback has been immense. A special thank you has to go out to our speakers: Neil Young and Jackie White, who respectively opened and closed the event, provided invaluable training. Our four other speakers throughout the day – Gary Watson, Karen Boardman, Julie Knight and Karim Karmali – were simply inspirational. I think each of their stories managed to resonate with someone in the audience, which is absolutely brilliant. To top all that, we had recognition that included two £10,000 cash handovers, plus the long-awaited reveal of the Autumn Destination, which you now know will be taking place in the absolutely breath-taking city of Venice. The event marked the start of something new for Kleeneze. We took the opportunity to draw a line in the sand and move onwards and upwards, as these next few months are really crucial. As you know, summer in this business paves the way to our biggest season of the year - Christmas. This is the time to really focus on building a strong business – not only because there’s fantastic cash to be made and great incentives to qualify for – but because come Christmas there are even bigger profits for you to take advantage of and a stronger business and bigger customer base can only ever make your income soar. The results from the new Autumn Winter catalogue are already flooding in. As announced at Lifestyles without Limits, our Buying and Merchandising team have now relocated to Clayton, making direct communication much more efficient. I’m also delighted to introduce our new Head of Buying, Angela Hill, to the business. There is so much to look forward to coming up, from the new Training Academy to the Kleeneze Development Board, which we launched a few weeks ago. This brand new Board has been comprised of leaders that you’ll all know and who are exceptionally involved in the business (Mike & Jean Day, Abigail Colclough, Craig White, Peter & Jackie White, Jaime & Adele De Caso, Peter & Claire Rea, Rob Forster & Ray Aziz, Mike & Amanda Bibby, Neil & Karen Young and Geoff & Fiona Web) and we’ll be meeting with them regularly to discuss future strategies and the growth of the business. Don’t forget, we’ll also be airing our end-of-Period video newsletter, Only in Kleeneze. Once a month, Michael and I will be coming together to recognise the previous Period’s success, as well as give you all the latest news and information. New catalogues, new incentives, great feedback – Kleeneze is moving from strength-to-strength, so make sure you’re taking advantage of all these tools and reasons to be part of this incredible business! Keep sending those success stories in to [email protected] Much love, Lisa x
6. Interview Mark Law Cooking up a Kleeneze storm Late in 2006, Mark Law started to look around for another job. A chef by trade, his hours at work had been cut and he was getting disillusioned with it all. By chance, he stumbled across Kleeneze and decided to give it a shot. It was a decision that paid off, because this year he qualified for the Bronze Executive bonus giving him a cool £10,000 cash reward! Team Talk caught up with Mark to find out all about his Kleeneze journey so far. qualification period that I thought I wasn’t going to do it. I just kept on going, made a few short-term sacrifices, kept focussed 06 “I worked as a chef for around 7 years,” Mark remembers. “To be honest, I’d already started to look around for a change in career, as I knew I’d gone as far on that particular path as possible. However, then my hours were cut from 50 hours a week to just 28 and I began to look in earnest. I needed something quickly to top up my income, so I could pay the mortgage. That’s when I saw Kleeneze advertised in the newspaper.” Quickly signing up, Mark started to retail alongside his full-time job. He got off to a good start, making £469 in his first full Period and then began to build his team. “I was slightly sceptical at first,” admits Mark. “But on the whole, I could see the big picture and did have it in the back of my mind that if it did work, it could change everything. Once I started, it all came together and just 3 or 4 months into it, I quit my job to focus on Kleeneze full time. Mark slowly but surely started to climb the Kleeneze Sales Plan, achieving incentives such as Hong Kong and Dubai along the way. In May “There were plenty of times, especially towards the end of the and it’s really paid off” 2013, he went Bronze and started aiming to qualify for the Bronze Executive car incentive of a Mini First of £10,000 cash. “Goal setting wasn’t something I was really used to when I started Kleeneze,” admits Mark. “I had to work on it along with my personal development. Once you find your true motivation, though, it becomes easier to focus on the end result and keep working towards it.
7. 07 “There were plenty of times, especially towards the end of the qualification period that I thought I wasn’t going to do it. I just kept on going, made a few short-term sacrifices, kept focussed and it’s really paid off. “I’m not 100% sure what I’m going to do with the money yet. I’m sure it would be quite easy to spend it all pretty quickly, but I think I’m going to invest it.” In order to qualify for the Bronze car incentive, you must hit Bronze Executive level, having two Gold legs in your business (in Mark’s case: Adam Humphry and Teresa and Finbarr McCarthy) and hold it for 10 out of 13 Periods. Mark was invited up on to stage at the Lifestyles without Limits event and faced the choice between a rather nice looking suitcase full of cash and a shiny, Kleeneze-branded Mini First. “I knew before I went out there what I was going to choose,” Mark tells us. “I’m not giving up on getting the car as well, though, as I’m going to go for the 30 / 30 Car Challenge too! “Anyone can achieve these things. You just need to commit to your goal and work for it. If it means enough to you, you’ll do whatever it takes. I’ve been so lucky to have such a strong and supportive Upline in Stephen Smith, but also my Downlines, such as Teresa, inspire me all the time too. They say new business is the lifeblood of Kleeneze and it’s true in so many ways.”
8. Working hours that just don’t add up Lovely long summer holidays, working days that finish at 3.30pm – surely the life of a teacher is a great one? Not according to a recent survey by the Department of Education. In fact, the figures show that primary school teachers work a whopping 60 hours a week followed by their secondary counterparts, who don’t fare much better at 56 hours a week. Little wonder that these excessive workloads have led to strikes in recent years, while some are turning to alternative ways of earning a living. Team Talk caught up with Silver Distributor, Caroline Pye to find out why she, after over 10 years as a primary school teacher, turned to Kleeneze. 08 “I qualified as a teacher in 2003,” remembers Caroline. “I think I partly knew what I was getting into, but – as with many things – it was only when I got fully into it that I realised how much there was to do above and beyond your contracted, salaried 35-hours a week.” By the time 2011 rolled around and Caroline was pregnant with her first child, Isla, the thought of a lifetime in teaching was proving too much. “People always throw the school holidays at us, but forget that for the other 40 weeks of the year, we are there from 8am until 5pm; we have to prepare the equivalent of a birthday party for every single lesson; we are restricted as to when we can go to the bathroom or have a drink; we are often expected to give up our lunch and other break times in order to do x, y and z with the kids; plus there are all the after-hour duties such as parents’ evenings. “Still, I was fairly happy as a teacher. I’d actually gone abroad for a couple of years to teach, because I felt the need to do something that broke the mould a little. I taught in Berlin for a year before moving on to Denmark where I started up an international school from scratch. Caroline and Craig with their children Isla and Fraser When I returned, though, I had a very different resume from everyone else was told that although all the experience I had was lovely, I didn’t know enough about the curriculum here. It was enough to make my blood boil! “I went on to do a six-month temporary contract before falling pregnant. I did another term last year after my second child was born, but that sealed it for me. There
9. 09 Current affairs Teachers wasn’t enough in it for me to do it forever. Knowing how exhausted I was when I came home and not having what two small children need from their mum when I’ve been expending all my energy on someone else’s kids was too much.” However, with only one income coming in and working tax credits cut, Caroline and partner Craig Haxton, found that their income had more than halved and the pair started to struggle financially. Fate leant a hand, as Caroline met John Stephen and Mike Pirie at a networking event. Initially, she had no interest in what they were telling her about Kleeneze, however, as time went on it started to look more and more like a better prospect. “I didn’t know what I was going to do, but it wasn’t going to be Kleeneze,” laughs Caroline. “However, we were really up against it financially and when Mike and John approached me again, I decided to give it a go. “I really enjoy doing Kleeneze now. I know it’s the better choice” “I really enjoy doing Kleeneze now. I know it’s the better choice. There have been peaks and troughs, but it’s the same as starting any new venture, and I’ve received some lovely advice from Mike and John. “I do miss working with the kids sometimes. It was lovely to work with them when they were doing things that they really loved and learning. Unfortunately, that’s such a small part of what you get to do as a teacher. When my kids are old enough to go to school, I can always volunteer and then I get to do all the nice bits!”
10. Current affairs Teachers “It’s not only long hours, it’s lack of security” 10 “I was a part-time college lecturer. This meant that my contract was for the current academic year only. Working part time had some advantages, of course, but security was not one of them. In around May/June time they would thank me and ask me to return the next year. Come September, I would get a call offering work, but rarely did it resemble discussions of the previous summer. Days would be cancelled at a moment’s notice or they would have a full-time lecturer deliver something you had been promised, then get you back when they made a mess of it Pay was based solely on teaching hours, and on the face of it sounded very good. £23 and £32 per hour depending on the course was deceptive. Out of this I had to maintain my own professional qualification, buy textbooks, spend hours every week doing research and lesson preparation, then regular marking with a huge amount of marking at the end of the year. In addition I had to attend meetings and teacher training sessions, and was very rarely paid for any of those. Then of course you needed to be at class early, to set up and stay late to speak with people. Being part time kept me out of most of the politics, and extra paperwork, some in our team were expected to complete unreasonable workloads. However, my position was insecure, and for the hours worked and the knowledge we had, we were not well paid. The government of the day were running down colleges and so work got less each year, and with that most part time lecturers were made redundant. As the lecturing hours were reduced so I built up my Kleeneze business to the Gold level. I was able to adjust Glenn Sealey my Kleeneze timetable each year according to the days and evenings I was teaching. Like most others I enjoyed teaching, and have some lovely memories, cards and emails from helping people that will stay with me forever. However, with my business head on, it was neither well paid nor secure. Kleeneze enables me to be self-employed and work from an office at home. I may not have a big business, but I have lifestyle.” Glenn Sealey, Gold Distributor
11. Retail New Catalogues New ways to make an extra income Earlier this month, we launched brand new catalogues that will give your customers more choice than ever and bump up your profits to boot. On top of the already highly successful new Main Book and Summer Savers, we were delighted to introduce the latest issue of Just for You, as well as a brand new catalogue – Houseproud. What a way to strengthen your customer base before that Christmas season kicks in! 11 JUST FOR YOU ISSUE 3 Our personalised product catalogue is back and better than ever. With 32 pages and 228 products, 67% of which are new items, your customers are sure to find something for everyone, whether buying for birthdays, weddings or even if they’re already starting to get ready for Christmas. Back by popular demand, we’ve re-introduced some old favourites such as personalised children’s nightwear, the gorgeous personalised cushions and the leather bag and pen set, all at fantastic prices. UK code: 743038 ROI code: 74304 Price: £5.00 / €6.00 HOUSEPROUD CATALOGUE Brand new to Kleeneze and specifically designed with your new Distributors in mind, this fantastically funky new catalogue features our hero cleaning products. Tried and tested, they’re already set for success. These products have been especially selected for focusing on ‘complete cleaning solutions’ with professional results. There is one product per page including all the main features, customer testimonials, company heritage and the benefits of buying from us. They also come with ‘Made in Britain’ branding, as research has shown that although consumers want to buy British, they’re often confused about the origin of products sold in shops. UK code: 750166 ROI code: 750174 Price: £4.00 / €4.80 Competition! For your chance to get your hands on a FREE pack of Just For You issue 3, please answer the following question: What are you doing to ensure you’ll be joining us in Venice this November? Email your answer and account number to [email protected] using the subject field ‘Venice’ by Monday 7th July 2014. See the DSA for full terms & conditions.
12. Kleeneze pushes the boat out for qualifiers 12 Incentives Adventure of the Seas As you may have guessed, we like to do things a little differently when it comes to providing Destination incentives for you, which is why – when it came to our first venture back on European soil, we decided to shun the soil bit altogether and take to the sea instead on one of Royal Caribbean’s finest ships, the Adventure of the Seas! Our qualifiers certainly thought it was an adventure too, as they sailed in luxury taking in the historical city of Bruges and on to Normandy.
13. 13 “We thought the whole trip was absolutely amazing. It was our first Kleeneze Destination and we were treated like royalty the entire time. The food and drink were impeccable. The Gala Dinner was amazing - getting all dressed up really made us feel like a million dollars. The two day trips were planned perfectly and getting to pick the brains of the most successful people in the business and asking for their advice was awesome. We only have two top tips really that have stood us good since we joined the business a year ago and got us on the cruise, and that is speak to and recruit as many people as you can, support them and work hard. Because when you work hard you then get to play hard.” Chris and Steph Nichols, Gold Distributors “We were so well taken care of on this trip. It was just amazing and something we could not have afforded to do normally. The ship was fabulous and it was fantastic to be in a situation where we could meet other Distributors in a personal setting with time to actually share tips and ideas and get to know others’ stories. We feel we came away from the experience enriched and excited all the more about the potential of our business. What other company in the world today would take care of their people in such a caring and generous way? Our tips: Make a plan with your Upline and stay in close contact with them. Receive guidance and work your plan persistently and consistently. Attend all the meetings you possibly can, because they give the support and training that you need to grow your business. Have a grateful and positive attitude, despite any challenges and difficulties. Stick with it and be happy for the successes of others along the way too!” Jerry and Lesley Eshelman, Gold Distributors “The company, the people, the food, the itinerary - we had the most amazing time from start to finish. We loved every minute of it and we made the most amazing friendships with some of the most amazing people. Kleeneze Destinations really are the full package – they take care of every little detail. It sounds like a cliché, but you really have to be on these trips to realise the power of Kleeneze. The rock climbing wall on the ship was a goal that we can now tick off. The Royal Caribbean Cruise was a goal that we can now tick off. Kleeneze really is the Dream Factory. Only a few days before the Adventure of the Seas incentive was launched, we were discussing in detail about going on a Royal Caribbean Cruise, so remember the ‘Law of Attraction’ is always working. Kleeneze really will make all your dreams a reality. However, you have to remember, not everyone wants to achieve these Destinations - some people really do just want that £50 per week, so just talk to
14. 14 people, talk to more people and keep on sharing this life-changing opportunity, Help enough people get what they want and you’ll achieve everything you want.” Dave Birtwistle and Angie Tonkin, Silver Executive Distributors “It was great to be on our first trip with our sponsors, Ian and Sally Williams, and we were the first of their team to be on a trip with them so it was special for them too. The trip to Bruges was one of our highlights, it was very pretty and as the weather was so nice it was a bonus. The guides we had on our walking tour of the city and the canal boat trips were quite amusing. And the food on the ship was simply amazing!” Karen and Pete Hall, Gold Distributors “Kleeneze looked after us so well and thought of everything. We loved receiving our presents in our cabins every day! Our highlights include the trips to Bruges and Honfleur, the fantastic service on the boat, meeting other Distributors and being able to network and have fun.” Paul and Carolyn Blaxall, Silver Executive Distributors “We absolutely loved the relaxed informal itinerary on this trip and our wonderful, informative tour of the beautiful city of Bruges, including window shopping and sampling some of the glorious chocolate in all shapes and sizes. Everyone on the trip was in really high spirits and the camaraderie between all the Kleeneze party made the whole experience so much fun. Having never been on a cruise ship before, we were really pleased that the standard of everything was as we have come to expect from a Kleeneze Destination!
15. 15 If you are interested in five-star free incentives as a reward for building your business and income, start now! Plan, track, learn and, most importantly, take action every day to get yourself in place to qualify for Venice, Jamaica, infinity and beyond…GO, GO, GO!” Andrew Buxton and Laura Kelly, Gold Executive Distributors “The highlight for us was having the opportunity to relax with successful leaders from across the Network, who we would not usually get a chance to meet and talk to. We enjoyed the sights of Bruges, and having a coffee with Bob Webb, Debbie Gee and David White, and Mark and Heather Gordon. We also sat with Jean and Mike Day at dinner one evening, talking about both business and personal stuff. Incentives Adventure of the Seas Our message to anyone who wishes to go to Venice is, get the passion, believe in yourself, and do the activity required to make it happen! As we say in the 10 Steps Team: NOW IS THE TIME TO STEP UP!” Jon and Kelly Gulliver, Gold Distributors “The Adventure of the Seas was an amazing incentive. I don’t think we stopped smiling the whole time. Getting to meet some of the legends in Kleeneze like Bob Webb, Gary Watson and Debra Pusey was very exciting for me. I love friendly competition which is how Eileen and I became great friends. We are both in Joe and Julie Brame’s downline and we met at the May conference in 2013. I sent her a message saying I was going to beat her to Gold. Her reply was ‘no chance’. We have been friends ever since. One of the main things I realised is that we are all in the same boat (pardon the pun). Everyone starts from scratch and each person has had their own struggles including us. But if you are excited and passionate about your business, the people you speak to will see that you genuinely enjoy what you do. What got us onto Adventure of the Seas was massive action. We sponsored 20 new team members in 30 days. We plan to do that again a few more times this year to ensure we qualify for Venice and Jamaica.
16. 16 Incentives Adventure of the Seas The highlight for myself was the conference on board. Michael made sure he recognised every single person who had qualified. Stephen and I were invited up for new business sales which we didn’t expect. We felt privileged to be there, thanks to our team members who have been working their business consistently. For anyone wanting to be on the next destinations: get help from your Upline; set yourselves weekly goals, use all the rods to speak to your prospects, set your sights high, do everything you possibly can and don’t let distractions get in the way of achieving your goal.” Jacqui Reis and Stephen McCormick, Gold Distributors The Adventure of the Seas was amazing. I had been on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship before and so I knew what to expect in terms of accommodation and facilities. Ironically last time I had sailed from Venice and I recall telling Michael [Khatkar] this over dinner one evening - little did I know! But it is one thing going on a cruise with a friend, it’s another thing altogether going with a fantastic bunch of like-minded people. To hear everyone’s journey to this point was a great opportunity to learn more about the kind of people that join our business and what drives them, which will help me going forward with sponsoring. Different people from different walks of life all coming together and appreciating what this company is all about. I made the decision to go Gold in August last year and achieved it before Christmas, I dropped everything to give it a massive push, knowing that when I achieved it I would be able to give my daughter a great Christmas. This also meant qualifying for this trip – double bonus! Then once you know what you are doing – just do more! The advice I would give to people to help get on the next trip would be to totally immerse yourself in the business, don’t procrastinate, seize the day and make each one worthwhile. Talk to everyone, let them know what you are doing - whilst out, on Facebook, everywhere - don’t let any opportunity pass you by. Show how excited you are about the opportunity and what you have achieved and your enthusiasm will brush off on your team and the people you meet. Also attend every meeting that your Upline attends, plug into every webinar and mingle with the successful people. If you feel you are not ready to sponsor, learn now before you feel you are ready and then the transition from retailing to sponsoring will be so much easier.” Eileen French, Gold Distributor Missed the boat? Don’t miss out on the next Destinations! www.destination2014.co.uk www.destination2015.co.uk
17. 17 Productivity Working hours Who’s more likely to catch that worm – early birds or night owls? Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise – or so the saying goes. However, recent studies have shown that late sleepers stay sharper throughout the day compared with early risers. With Kleeneze, you can work the hours you want, meaning you can have that lie in if you so choose. However, does it make you more or less productive? We took to Facebook to find out what you think. Night owls: “I’m usually a night owl, but I must admit that I find I am more productive when I get up early in the morning and get my catalogues out there,” said Silver Distributor, Marla Knee. “After having the choice between getting up early or later, I have found that I’m more productive if I’m up earlier. However, I always feel that I have accomplished more simply by being able to do this by choice rather than necessity, explained Peter Crossen, Silver Distributor. “Mornings, what are those?!” exclaimed Silver Distributor, Peter Dent. Early birds: “If I don’t get up before 9, nothing gets done, Comfortable = lazy!” said Silver Distributor, Emma Jane Cadman-Willis. “I’m up at 6am every morning for a swim before I put my catalogues out. I can’t start the day any other way,” said Chris Murdoch, Silver Distributor. It doesn’t matter!: “I start after 9am, as sometimes I take my kids to school,” explains Silver Distributor, Ian Hughes. “I retail the rest of the morning and build my business in the afternoon. But Kleeneze gives me the flexibility to do what I want, when I want. What doesn’t get done gets done the next day – no stress as I am my own boss.” It doesn’t matter!: “I’m the same,” agreed Caroline Cox, Gold Executive Distributor. “My Kleeneze day runs between 9am and 3pm to fit around school. I love the flexibility.” And our favourite comment, from Ed Johnston, Silver Distributor: “I just like having the choice!”
18. Create your own PR story Adventure of the Seas qualifiers, Mark and Heather Gordon found themselves appearing in their local paper after bagging themselves a spot on the Kleeneze Destination. For good reason, as although the pair work their business part-time and live 90 miles apart, they went Gold in an impressive seven months, holding it to qualify for the cruise and increase their income. 18 Our story Mark and Heather Gordon What brought you to join Kleeneze? We both have full time jobs – I’m an architectural technician and Heather is an ICT and Business teacher. We were finding it was all work, work, work and there was never any money left at the end of the month. We found ourselves completely disillusioned with the rat race and the thought of having to work till our late 60s was getting us down. We needed a plan B. I was having a bad day at work and thought there must be something better than this (as I recall, I said one of us needs a part time job to make ends meet). We were looking for a business opportunity from home so entered our details onto a few websites and a day later got a call from our sponsor. We watched the video and thought we'd give it a go. We were very sceptical at the time, but it turned out to be one of the best decisions we have ever made. You went Gold in 7 months, which is an incredible achievement. How did you do it? There were no teaching jobs in the North West, so Heather had no option but to look further afield and secured a job in Nottingham. Consequently, we live 90 miles apart at the moment! I commute down to Nottingham most Friday nights after dropping my catalogues and drive back up on Monday morning. In the seven months we have built up customer bases in both areas. Every night, after a full day of work, we would be straight out delivering/picking up catalogues or doing deliveries. We worked extremely hard - ate, slept and breathed the business. Weekends were spent flyering, posting shop cards and doing more phonecalls. We spent a lot of time helping our team build their business and duplicating the system we had learnt. I think a big factor was we attended every meeting from Bob Webb's Millionaires Colleges and Kleeneze LIVE to the big Showcases in Birmingham. If you want to learn and see how the successful people have built their businesses then you must go to the meetings. We also take our new team members to local BOMS. We set a plan of action in June to hit Gold by November and recruit 4 new team members a Period using a tracker. We tracked our retail, our lead generation and also our personal development, which is key. We encouraged our team to read books at our own sizzles once a month, where Heather would drive up to the North West once a month to attend and train the team. We had a great start in Period 10 and by week 3 were at 21%. Due to our fantastic team being superstars and working together with them this enabled us to go Gold and many of our team moved up the Sales Plan too. We are incredibly proud of them all. We are looking forward to living in the same town from this summer! Did the qualification for the cruise help incentivise you? Yes, the cruise incentive definitely helped us as we had a clear goal. That's why we needed to keep making some short term and long term goals to keep us motivated and keep us active. It’s very easy to think about taking a break when you’ve accomplished one of your goals but then you have to keep going and keep helping others. We worked hard over Christmas and in February we got the call from Michael to say we had qualified for the Adventures of the Seas. Our first trip with Kleeneze and the first of many we hope.
19. 19 You subsequently had an article in your local newspaper. What effect do you think that will do for your business? After qualifying for the cruise, we thought we’d just send our story to the local newspaper, the Bury Times. They printed it the next week, definitely spreading the Kleeneze word about! Even though they didn’t print our contact details, we’ve had quite a few customers approach us with questions about the business. I even had a customer jokingly ask for my autograph! I think it cements their trust in us, as well as shows the success and incentives that Kleeneze has to offer. DO YOU HAVE A GOOD NEWS STORY TO TELL? The media, particularly your local press, are always after good stories, so why not tell them yours? Points to remember: • Particularly for local press, make sure your story has the human element to it. The story itself is the advertising, so don’t get too fixated on getting your contact details or full details about the business in. The likelihood is that they won’t be included, but having your story in a newspaper is a great way to build trust and brand awareness. • Do your research – reading the paper regularly will give you a better idea of which reporter covers what kind of story and who might be interested in yours. It’s better to try and direct your story to one person, rather than send it to a generic newsdesk email address. • Journalists usually have very short deadlines, so keep your story short and to the point. Make sure the crux of your story is in the first paragraph, as they will have limited time to read emails or press releases. Address the key points – what, where, why, when and who. • Time your story wisely. Summer and Christmas tend to be the slowest times for newsdesks and when they are more likely to be receptive to stories coming in. Keep your eye on what’s happening nationally too, as a local paper may be happy to run a story in conjunction with a big story (ie, a childcare / pension story). • Have a relevant photo? Send it in with the story. Make sure it’s of high resolution and suitable for print. • Consider whether your story would be good for regional TV and radio, as well as the local newspapers. You can find template press releases on the DSA, under Company – Media section. If you need any PR advice, though, please email [email protected]
20. The incentive that’s floating everyone’s boat! Dubbed the Floating City, Queen of the Adriatic, City of Masks and City of Bridges, Venice is known as one of the most beautiful cities ever created and now every Distributor has the chance to experience it Kleeneze-style! Yes, the Autumn Destination is back and we’re marking the return in one of the most stunning places on earth. It’s one of those cities that you can immediately conjure up in your mind’s eye, even if you’ve never been. An intricate lacework of canals, gilded domes and striking bridges, it’s impossible not to fall in love with this magical city. 20
21. 21 Where you’ll be staying For the duration of your time in Venice, you’ll be staying at the glitzy Bauer Hotel. With its own water dock, as soon as you arrive you’ll be transferred by private water taxi to one of the world’s leading hotels. Housed in a restored 18th-century palazzo this hotel is unmistakably Venetian with art-deco inspired interiors and works by local artists. With views of gondolas gliding down the Grand Canal, you’ll be within walking distance of the major cultural highlights of the city. Where you’ll be dining Food is a huge part of Italian culture and you’ll be experiencing the best Venice has to offer. Highlights of your dining experience in Venice include feasting at the sophisticated Antico Pignolo, famous for its unique take on classic Venetian cuisine and a mouth-watering 3-course lunch served up at the traditional Trattoria da Romano on the picturesque island of Burano. What you’ll be doing There’s plenty to see and do in this breath-taking city. When exploring in your own time, you can take in the many beautiful and historic monuments, including San Basilica, St Mark’s Lion and the statue of the patron saint of Venice, Saint Theodore, not forgetting the intricate masterpiece that is Doges Palace. Or splash the cash at one of the many beautiful designer shops. You’ll be experiencing the traditional Venetian islands of Murano, world-renowned for its exquisite glass, and Burano. There will be a private tour of the stunning Venissa Wine Estate, along with a little wine-tasting thrown in for good measure! For many, the highlight of a Kleeneze Destination is the Gala Dinner and this one will be no exception! In true Venetian-style, we’re having our own masked ball at the spectacular Salone Del Ridotto Ballroom. Incentives Venice 2014
22. 22 Incentives Venice 2014 Why did you decide to make amendments to the criteria? After having visited Venice, it struck me what an incredible Destination this one is. I wanted as many people as possible to qualify and to ensure there was a wider spectrum of people too. This means that people who haven’t even joined the business yet will have the chance too, which is just incredible. What’s changed? The fundamental differences to the criteria are that it’s now open until the end of Period 10 and once you hit Gold, you only have to hold it for two Periods instead of three. This means, essentially, you can hit Gold as late as Period 8 and as long as you hold it for Periods 9 and 10, you’ll qualify. Although I recommend you hit it as early as possible, of course! We’ve also added a new league table. This really opens up qualification and is also great because it helps further develop new business, which as you know is vital to our business. Meaning there is one for Seniors and below as well as one for Executives and SEDs. Will you be in Venice this Autumn? If you’ve just joined, what’s the first step you need to take? Speak to your Upline to create a plan to achieve Gold Distributor status latest by Period 8. With the right plan, you could get your business to Gold, giving you a substantial income increase and completing the first leg to get to Venice! Don’t forget, many of you will also be able to use this criteria as a stepping stone towards the Spring 2015 Destination in Montego Bay, Jamaica! If you have any questions regarding the criteria, please email me directly at [email protected] How you’ll qualify The criteria for the Autumn Destination has been enhanced, but what does that mean for you? Team Talk caught up with Sales and Recruitment Director and Creator-of-the-Criteria, Michael Khatkar to find out more.
23. Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard Marie & Jeremy Simmonds 23 Recognition Period 5 We believe that recognition is essential. We value all the hard work you put into your businesses on a daily basis and, as such, the next few pages are dedicated to YOU! Here are the names of those whose achievements are very much to be shouted about this Period. In no other business will you find such a recognition and reward scheme! Congratulations to all of you who achieved your goals in Period 5 and, for our new starters, we hope to see your name on these pages very soon! Personal Retail TOP 3 Personal Sales Group TOP 3 New Business Sales TOP 3 1st Melissa Squires & Ian Slade 2nd Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford 3rd Peter Savidge £9,290 £9,266 £6,718 1st 2nd 3rd Ian & Sally Williams £25,561 £16,128 £15,621 1st Christopher & Sarah Smith 2nd Karen & Neil Young 3rd Peter & Myrna Wellock £9,889 £8,442 £7,703 Recognition
24. Personal Retail Personal Sales Group New Business Sales This figure will not include break-away Gold Distributors or non-qualifying Gold Distributors (includes all adjustments). 24 Recognition Period 5 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade £9,290 Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford £9,266 Peter Savidge £6,718 Margaret & Ian Foster £6,300 Saddique Hussain £6,230 Anthony Mervin £5,544 Michelle & Stephen Fox £5,276 Paul Tonkin & Joanne Heeraman £5,131 Jeffrey Margrave £5,092 Lucinda Bennett & Nigel Manning £4,778 Kenneth Rooney £4,659 Kevin Davies & Deborah Parker £4,633 Jane & David Mousley £4,607 Paul & Gosia Hammond £4,560 Lorraine & Mark Collins £4,542 Rodney Webber £4,377 Aloys Tata £4,369 David & Elizabeth Marsden £4,355 Patrick McKenna £4,345 Ian & Deborah Wightmore £4,330 Karen Hall & Robert Evans £4,176 Adam Fairclough & Jennifer Thornley £4,151 Victoria & Rowan Sweet £4,119 Robert & Mary Higgins £4,106 Robert Hope & Lorna Brown £4,103 Mark Black £4,063 Emma & Mark MacKelden £4,015 Brian & Jean Carroll £4,007 Martin Campbell £3,790 Alice Lloyd & Geoffrey Lock £3,741 Angela Wallace & William Lawson £3,723 Satwinder Sagoo £3,693 Jean Sidhu & Antony Watkins £3,693 Chaitali & Ajit Nath £3,690 Lindsay Kelly & James Holmes £3,624 Cynthia & Peter Hayes £3,611 Chantele & Barry Travis £3,610 Sanjay Sharma £3,596 Kira & Andrew Thomas £3,575 Lisa Owen £3,521 Heather & Graham Williams £3,520 Jennifer & Paul Jacobs £3,471 Robin Hibbert £3,464 Michael & Diane Ruth McCaul £3,428 Matt Pritchard £3,417 Margaret & Alan Morris £3,411 Paul & Pauline Parish £3,406 Jason Morris £3,387 Janet Lyall £3,374 Mike Victoros £3,361 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard £25,561 Marie & Jeremy Simmonds £16,128 Ian & Sally Williams £15,621 Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent £13,694 Mike & Dawn Gough £12,379 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade £12,123 Debra & Oliver Pusey £11,336 Stephen Wilson & Marie Bell £10,974 Richard Chantler £10,946 James & Jane White £10,924 Andrew & Sue Boswell £10,521 Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec £10,472 Marlene & Robert Somerville £10,313 Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford £10,166 Karen & Neil Young £10,132 Andrew Fountaine & Susan Nokes £10,040 Peter Savidge £9,923 Susan Walton £9,762 Samantha Rushton & Dean Worrall £9,688 Paul & Gosia Hammond £9,507 Michele & Brian Hewitt £9,499 Gail & Darren Drew £9,319 Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson £9,307 Ann & John Coe £9,166 Doug & Sandra Roper £9,141 Sue & David Benison £9,119 Alice Lloyd & Geoffrey Lock £9,009 Kevin Davies & Deborah Parker £8,915 Janet & Andrew Mitchell £8,780 Christine & Adrian Wright £8,703 Peter & Angela Abrahams £8,701 Helen & Andrew Walsh £8,628 Lindsay Gonsalves & Daniel Young £8,612 Brian & Deborah Hobbs £8,478 Bob & Diane Goulding £8,369 John & Janice Halsall £8,313 Christopher & Sarah Smith £8,195 Alan & Anne-Marie Bennett £8,145 Alex & Kathleen Langler £7,960 Robert & Jacqueline Dolan £7,868 Sue Marshall & Bob Dalton £7,841 Sara Eyres & Christopher Burras £7,829 Abigail Colclough £7,812 Eileen French £7,762 Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox £7,761 David Wilson & Julie Knight £7,663 David Miller £7,642 Nigel Le Long £7,607 Ted & Rose Farrar £7,464 Craig White £7,440 This figure includes all new initiations plus their sales from Period 3-5 No. Distributor Name Sales Distributor Name Sales Distributor Name Sales Christopher & Sarah Smith £9,889 Karen & Neil Young £8,442 Peter & Myrna Wellock £7,703 Debra & Oliver Pusey £6,525 Sharon & Craig Davis £5,593 Heather & James Oneil £5,174 David Miller £5,090 Steve & Debbie Roper £5,079 Ian & Sally Williams £4,995 Christine & Adrian Wright £4,744 Andrew Buxton & Laura Kelly £4,454 Asha & Dipam Joshi £4,373 Andrew & Sue Boswell £3,992 Stephen Wilson & Marie Bell £3,961 Craig Skellern £3,955 Mike & Dawn Gough £3,588 Paul & Alison Taylor £3,558 Stuart & Robyn-Lee Heard £3,523 Jenny Brett £3,521 Richard Chantler £3,453 Claire & Peter Rea £3,442 Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox £3,368 Tom & Kathryn Forbes £3,314 Lesley & Gordon Whittington £3,297 Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson £3,231 Graham & Lorna Carter £3,180 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade £3,153 Teresa & Finbarr McCarthy £3,117 Adam Humphrey £3,068 Nick & Grace Sassanelli £3,024 Kevin Davies & Deborah Parker £2,924 Zarrin Shannon £2,895 Helen & Andrew Walsh £2,855 Kevin Rider & Caroline Gledhill £2,844 Shoukran Sharaf £2,760 Adele & Jaime De Caso £2,730 Mandy & David Bissell £2,724 Gunta Freidenfelde & Alexander Deas £2,683 Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent £2,578 Tracy & David Sheehan £2,496 Laurence & Rosemary Wiseman £2,466 Eileen French £2,465 Martin Bell & Caroline Roberts £2,461 Louise Smith £2,397 Chris Carlin & Karen McGrath £2,354 Keri & Mark Watters £2,289 Craig White £2,287 Brian Medley £2,265 Joyce Henderson £2,249 Samantha Rushton & Dean Worrall £2,238 Top 50 Period 5
25. VP Volume Profit First-time qualifiers in Period 5. 25 VP - 10% Ali Karimi Amanda Thompson Andrew Lowe Angela Wolfe Anita Badhan Bruce Clark Bushra Afzal Carol Mcneish Charles Chizea Chris Hoyle & Amanda Wynn Chris Mcdowell Chris Wilkinson Christopher Rea & Keli Irwin Cliffena Hood & Terence Crowther Daniel Breeze Daniel Hamlet Darren Reeder David Satchell David Wrigley & Joan Crompton Debbie Bennett Diaconu Ovidiu-Ioan Elizabeth Humphrys Ferenc Hamburger Gareth Shepherd George Neale & Christine Neale Gordon Bryan Grace Hay Ian Tierney Jackie Thomson James Toghill Jeff Carter & Barbara Carter Jose Lomer Julie Mills Karen Jones Lee-Anne Gilroy Lesley Smith Leslie Gallagher Lisa Michelle Lincoln Louise Carter Luke Guidotti Mairead Ritchie Marla Knee Mary Quinn Matthew Conlon Melvyn Cox Michelle Pepper Michelle Rogers & Adam Wool Moira Fletcher Monika Budnik Nick Cridland Nicki Duncan & Tony Duncan Nicky Grant Nicola Moloney Nijole Treskeviciene Norman Thompson Paul Jesson Paul Johnson Raheem Latif & Natasha Usmani Rita Akua Adomah Robert Maudsley Ruth Grimsdale Samantha Martin-Roxburgh Samuel Rojao Silviya Howe Simon Keatley Stephen Greenacre Stephen Mackenzie Steval Scarlett Terri Mcdonnell & Benjamin Bleasdale Theresa Nelson & Dave Fulkes Vicki Main Vicky Wilson & Jonathan Wilson Vidal Gabriel & Tariro Vidal - Gabriel VP - 13% Adam Whitehouse Glenn Furlong Helen Lartey James Evans Josie Williamson Lindsay Kepple & Beverly Kepple Louise Benbow & Christopher Kirk Martin Mcghee May Elneama Oksana Chapman & Richard Chapman Peter Dent Sharon Sutherland & John Wright Terrie Ewan Thomas Walsh VP - 15% Clare Chantler Graham Edy Lisa Owen Mandy Bissell & David Bissell Tara Taylor VP - 21% Jenny Brett Louise Smith Robert Hope & Lorna Brown TEN ACTIVE WIDE PERIOD 5 CRAIG WHITE CLAIRE & PETER REA KEVIN RIDER & CAROLINE GLEDHILL BOB WEBB ANDREW BUXTON & LAURA KELLY DOUG & SANDRA ROPER STUART & ROBYN-LEE HEARD IAN & SALLY WILLIAMS DEBRA & OLIVER PUSEY LINDSAY GONSALVES & DANIEL YOUNG PHIL & JEAN WARRINGTON MIKE & DAWN GOUGH JOHN & CRAIG HAWKES MIKE & AMANDA BIBBY KAREN & NEIL YOUNG PETER & MYRNA WELLOCK MARLENE & ROBERT SOMERVILLE
26. TOP THE 500 Bulk Sales 26 No. Distributor Name Sales 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 No. Distributor Name Sales 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 No. Distributor Name Sales 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 Stanley & Roy Stewart 26,685 Marcell & Joanne Treanor 26,396 Seph Oconnell 26,308 Sharon & Andrew Bird 26,261 Martin Gardner & Allison Butterworth 26,159 Karim Karmali 25,633 Jennifer & Martin Amos 24,480 Amanda & Andrew Holland 23,988 Alexandra Tuesley 23,981 Derrick & Maria Longwright 22,759 Julie Collier & Peter Richards 22,702 Gabrielle & Paul Broadstock 22,382 Clare Chantler 22,292 Ron & Judy Speirs 22,215 Keith & Helen Sandland 22,192 Ian & Agnieszka Clarke 22,029 Gary Cooper & Jackie Norris 21,969 Jay Singh 21,967 Ian & Sally Williams 21,767 Roger & Barbara Green 21,334 Andrew Ridley & Louise Lee 21,184 Stuart & Gail McKibbin 21,147 Alison & Michael Ogden 21,108 Richard Houseago & Vanadis Fox 20,999 David Birtwistle & Angela Tonkin 20,722 Debbie Gee & David White 20,657 Teresa Divers & Bryony Hayward 20,238 Paul Tawn & Clare Bason 19,935 Sunil Popat 19,935 Karen & Peter Flitton 19,588 Debra & Oliver Pusey 19,496 Christopher Reay & Lesley Coan 19,429 John & Wendy English 19,359 Caroline & Philip Thompson 19,247 Kerry & Paul Stonall 19,206 Sakuntla Kalyan & Richard Lovesey 19,195 Michael & Sandra Laydon 18,987 Tony Fasulo & Julie White-Fasulo 18,448 Sharon & Craig Davis 17,812 Timothy & Tina Pace 17,722 Mark & Sarah Wildman 17,722 Steve Johnson & Rosemary Rowntree 17,641 Helen & Andrew Walsh 17,542 Melanie & Andrew Wilson 17,428 Christine & Adrian Wright 17,344 John & Janice Halsall 16,976 Chantele & Barry Travis 16,953 Rhian & E Anthony Jones 16,566 Jackie & Stuart Bower 16,395 Laurence & Rosemary Wiseman 16,357 David Wilson & Julie Knight 16,308 Paul & Carolyn Blaxall 15,753 Eamonn & Anne Roe 15,492 Joseph & Julie Brame 15,033 Adam Swire & Deborah Heron 14,987 Ram & Joginder Singh 14,983 Robert & Jacqueline Dolan 14,540 Linda & Ian Stanley 14,435 Mark Law 13,928 John Gilham & Wendy Nimmo 13,847 Christine & Jim Foster 13,847 Lorraine & Ian Balcombe 13,804 Christopher Conroy 13,804 Peter & Sheryl Dutton 13,726 Marie & Jeremy Simmonds 13,440 Amelia McHard 13,439 Michael & Janet Wallace 13,374 David Byatt & Janet Smith 13,154 David Pope 12,985 Nicola & Jerome Neville 12,979 Steve & Cathy Chambers 12,853 Paul Meikle 12,661 Jillian & Peter Griffiths 12,520 Michael & Jennifer Allsop 12,514 Paul Melville & Victoria Schofield 12,301 Lesley Burroughs 12,117 Norman & Joanne Grundy 12,047 Karen Boardman 11,888 Gloria & Clive Davies 11,885 Graham & Lorna Carter 11,829 Sharon Bullock & David Taylor 11,760 Louise Puttick 11,760 Jaqueline Mullings & Steven Mee 11,711 Tracey Payne & Harvey Kent 11,412 Alan Meldrum 11,402 Jim & Claire Dale 11,348 Denise & Stephen Neal 11,140 Kenneth Rooney 11,073 Barbara Margaret Webb 11,064 Craig & Linda Lomas 11,020 Graham & Georgina Long 10,890 Lucinda Bennett & Nigel Manning 10,817 Gerard & Claire Tucker-Mawr 10,694 Elaine & Martin Spafford 10,619 Angela Wallace & William Lawson 10,601 Ivan Darch 10,596 Stephanie Tompsett 10,555 Harold & Minnie Fulton 10,385 Barbara Ann & Alan John Peachey 10,304 Melissa Squires & Ian Slade 10,102 Sheila & Nigel Fowler 10,089 Terry & Jane Hodge 10,085 Roger & Gillian Coupe 10,075 Iain & Jackie Swanston 9,963 Andrew & Ann Meldrum 9,942 Stephen Wilson & Marie Bell 9,922 Georgina & Phil Gale 9,832 John Morgan & Gilly Mc Crone 9,819 Maria & Lee Kowalkowski 9,812 Michael & Diane Ruth McCaul 9,775 Carole & James Sunter 9,755 Gail & Darren Drew 9,755 Conor & Linda Treanor 9,699 Barry & Cecilia Bradbury 9,548 David & Christine Rhodes 9,482 Heather & Alan Brown 9,407 Lyn & Tony Davies 9,334 Jude & Steve Joyce 9,285 Debbie Hadden & Stephen Richmond 9,233 Lisa & Liz Hellier 9,233 Bob & Diane Goulding 9,141 Stephen & Laine Shepherd 9,134 John Smith 9,113 Robert Wellock 9,113 James & Jane White 9,103 Coleen & Stephen Batchelor 9,094 Kira & Andrew Thomas 9,074 Georgina & Will Goodger 9,072 Peter & Cheryl Creed 9,068 Daniel & Michelle Marshall 9,040 Arthur & Susan Cuthbert 9,040 Kimberley Sunter 9,021 Stephen & Rebecca Gilbert 8,940 Stephen Clark 8,871 Omran Zaman 8,787 Tim Sandom 8,774 Sue Phoenix 8,740 Keith Glass & Margaret Holvec 8,726 Louise & Paul Lewis 8,701 Marlene & Robert Somerville 8,594 Amy Warrington 8,558 John & Jenny Caton 8,557 Martin Webb & Toni Yates 8,494 Susan Coleman & Robert Holdford 8,472 Robert & Rosemary Annan 8,442 Ian & Carol Parker 8,437 Peter Neesham 8,387 Patricia & Triona Eckford 8,367 Andrew Fountaine & Susan Nokes 8,366 Elizabeth Pope & Jason Hardy 8,351 Alison & Kevin Thomas 8,351 Tavis Taylor 8,346 Peter Savidge 8,270 Linda Brooks & J Belverstone 8,244 Maria & Shane Treanor 8,193 Douglas & Kirsteen Hamilton 8,152 Lynda Platts & Pauline Bell 8,151 Susan Walton 8,135 Samantha Rushton & Dean Worrall 8,073 Julie & Shane Edward Baker 8,068 Steven Harding & Narissa Mather 8,053 Sandra Ellis 8,047 Ann & John Coe 8,011 Joseph Odonnell 7,981 Narendra & Kashmir Kalon 7,971 John Smith 7,943 Paul & Gosia Hammond 7,923 Michele & Brian Hewitt 7,916 David & Jenny Gerry 7,892 Annette Bradley 7,875 Michael Godwin 7,872 Seamus & Clare Houghton 7,852 Andrae Lyth 7,839 Colin & Sarby Turnbull 7,813 Diane & Geoff Owen 7,810 Colin Sadler 7,792 Justin Rowe & Tracy Bell 7,780 Martyn Cunningham 7,768 Tom & Kathryn Forbes 7,766 Janet & Andrew Mitchell 7,758 Julie Cotton & Neil Tomkinson 7,756 David & Paula Arapes 7,745 Oswald Elrick 7,745 Kim Atherton 7,730 Brian Mooney & Sharon Treanor 7,725 Kenny Liggett 7,717 Fay & Andrew Roe 7,687 Jeffrey & Frances Topple 7,641 Pamela Kent 7,636 Sue & David Benison 7,599 Jason Morris 7,589 Keith Tomlinson 7,586 Lee & Michelle Pattinson 7,580 Kathleen Watson 7,580 Nick & Grace Sassanelli 7,576 Robert Young & Clare Mears 7,569 Clive & Bev Currier 7,564 Gareth & Gil Duffy 7,528 Trevor & Janet Rawding 7,523 Vivienne Washington 7,510 Andrew & Vicky De Caso 7,510
27. See the back page for our TOP 100 achievers 27 Recognition Period 5 No. Distributor Name Sales 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 No. Distributor Name Sales 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385 386 387 388 389 390 391 392 393 394 395 396 397 398 399 400 401 402 403 404 405 406 407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 No. Distributor Name Sales 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461 462 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 471 472 473 474 475 476 477 478 479 480 481 482 483 484 485 486 487 488 489 490 491 492 493 494 495 496 497 498 499 500 Alice Lloyd & Geoffrey Lock 7,507 Laura McLoughlin & George Kerr 7,460 Peter & Anne Rowland 7,452 Kevin Davies & Deborah Parker 7,429 Veronica Nixon 7,321 John & Kath Clease 7,300 Vincent & Lorraine Tsoi 7,255 Ian & Lynne Ball 7,255 Richard Scott 7,255 Peter & Angela Abrahams 7,251 Darren Simmons 7,190 Ted & Rose Farrar 7,070 Brian & Deborah Hobbs 7,065 Luisa & Andy Newton 7,035 Alan & Rebekah Larner 6,995 Bev & Dave Townsend 6,983 Paul Tonkin & Joanne Heeraman 6,937 Andy & Danielle Nicoll 6,918 David Potter 6,903 Christopher & Sarah Smith 6,829 Graham & Christine James 6,821 Clare Haines 6,797 Alan & Anne-Marie Bennett 6,788 Karen & Kevin Marriott 6,755 Vikki & Bernie Titterrell 6,736 Kevin Sands 6,705 Steven Clements 6,673 David & Elaine Luke 6,650 John & Sophia Clements 6,641 Alex & Kathleen Langler 6,633 Veronica & Steven Martinucci 6,633 Sara & Steven Smith 6,625 Shoukran Sharaf 6,589 Richard & Ranti Fallowfield 6,536 Sara Eyres & Christopher Burras 6,524 Eileen French 6,468 John & Karina Beesley 6,452 Stephen & Elaine Blay 6,439 Paul Flintoft 6,430 David Miller 6,368 Alastair Miller 6,368 Jennifer & Stephen Roberts 6,348 Nigel Le Long 6,339 Catherine & Stephen Lord 6,282 Stuart Hill 6,281 Tammy Mullins & Simon Lanning 6,255 Lewis & Lewis Clarke 6,253 Jane & Andrew Connor 6,237 Punit Vyas 6,207 Kathleen & Dominic Carolan 6,166 Shaun & Susan Allsopp 6,092 Jane & David Mousley 6,064 Raymond Satchell 6,054 Albert & Caroline Berry 6,028 Abigail Allgood 6,022 Gerry Melanephy & Maureen McLoughlin 5,988 Angela Fitzgerald & Peter Slinger 5,982 Allan Ledwidge 5,948 Justine & Steve Giergiel 5,944 Kate Lee & Nicola Spence 5,927 Robert Clifton 5,888 Diana Schuch 5,868 Rosemary & Christopher Day 5,859 Chaitali & Ajit Nath 5,850 Emma & Mark MacKelden 5,849 Richard & Helen Peuleve 5,846 Jerry & Lesley Eshelman 5,845 Mark Williamson & Lisa Hughes 5,826 Tony & Julie Brown 5,816 Bill Caddy 5,801 Kenneth Thomson 5,769 Clive & Pamela Lennard 5,750 Antony Webb & Denise Bolt 5,738 Christine & Geoffrey Richards 5,733 John & Lesley McNally 5,721 John Shearer 5,708 Jean Sidhu & Antony Watkins 5,706 Christine Lappin 5,704 Sandra Brown 5,679 Darryl Allen 5,679 Mark Jones & Amanda Wilson 5,678 Gareth Daw 5,677 Louise Wellock 5,650 Stuart & Maureen Orr 5,647 Caroline & Simon Harvey 5,644 Peter & Joyce Rowe 5,636 Andrew & Kerryann Webber 5,597 Joe Croll 5,597 Craig Skellern 5,597 Dean & Rachel Rothwell 5,544 Patrick & Helen Loftus 5,542 Cath & John Wilkinson 5,542 Robert Gould 5,481 Pauline Cave & Alan Parmenter 5,478 Peter & Jean Monroe 5,467 Lynne & David Trowell 5,444 Sarah & Timothy Philp 5,419 Neil & Susan MacLean 5,407 Gill & Tim Evans 5,403 Kathryn Shaw 5,399 Carlo & Cherry Hrynkiewicz 5,396 Martin Campbell 5,392 Simon & Alison Patmore 5,390 Henry & Diana Crosby 5,385 Glyn & Rose Thomas 5,369 Charlie & Gillian Whitton 5,367 Anthony Mervin 5,318 Christopher Pagett & Rachel Parker 5,317 Jerome Hadley 5,313 Paul & Helen Wilson 5,304 Tracy & Garry Eltringham 5,270 Anthony & Susan Peacham 5,265 Joanne Powell 5,256 Margaret & Ian Foster 5,250 Mira Herman & Natalie Lofthouse 5,236 Pamela Jarvis 5,222 Gerry & Melina Moriarty 5,201 Saddique Hussain 5,192 Keith Hatter 5,173 Louise Smith 5,162 Michelle & Stephen Fox 5,140 Gareth & Lynette Tucker 5,128 Stacy & Jonathan Beck 5,110 Daisy & Richard Fickling 5,106 Stephen & Dorothy Hanlon 5,103 Denys & Laura Harris 5,091 Glenn & Herlinda Hadgraft 5,076 Katrin