We are proud to share this NeoLife feature in DSN magazine.
The title says it all; Designed for Impact. You’ll discover the secret behind our secret sauce (hint: it has to do with our transformative community) at NeoLife and CEO, Kendra Brassfield’s vision for the future which includes technology that the direct selling space has NEVER seen before!Read More
One of our favorite perks of joining the NeoLife family is the community that comes with it. And now more than ever, we need each other to lean on. Lets connect through the NeoLife Photo Challenge!Read More
Couple Finds Opportunity in Golden Years
Before NeoLife we were semi-retired, working part time jobs to provide disposable income. We were tired and stressed, concerned causing us to feel ‘grumpy’. This was not what we had pictured for our golden years. We always thought we would be relaxing on the beach or treating our grandkids to fun vacations at Disneyland.Read More
Are You Ready?
Going on road trips is one of the best parts of summer and a road trip to #NeoLifeConvention2017 in Las Vegas is even better! Sometimes it’s hard to remember all the essentials in the midst of all the excitement, so we’ve rounded up a packing list to consider before you hit the road.Read More
How the quality, relevancy and validation of education effects you.
In today’s world, access to education is more abundant than it has ever been. In 2010, Google announced that there are 129,864,880 books published in the world. The internet has opened up the floodgates to an era of free knowledge made easy, where with just a tap of a finger we can gain access to more hours of content than we have hours left to live. At the same time that I enjoy the benefits of this easy-access education, I firmly believe that the way in which we acquire it and the types of education we seek out will significantly shape our success. I would like to take a moment to address this in order to illustrate how to weed out the trash that will negatively impact a person’s future and, more importantly, how we can all gain the knowledge to achieve more than we ever thought possible.
Dear NeoLife Family,
For the last few years I’ve been working to put the team in place that will lead us into the next 60+ years of success. A key component to the completion of this plan has been to find the right person to succeed me as CEO. I’ve learned over the years that this person is critical to the long-term success of the organization. He/she would need to have a unique combination of intelligence, discernment, passion, conviction, drive, gut instinct, as well as a certain level of fearlessness to rise to the occasion. My daughter Kendra has proven to be the right leader for this position.Read More