Being a mom gives you a fair share of wisdom. And when you combine wisdom from motherhood with wisdom from running your own independent wellness business, you get a wealth of knowledge that can be passed down for generations.
There are many amazing mothers who are choosing to bring true wellness to the world through their Shaklee businesses. And they all started by transforming the health and wellness of their families. These moms made such an impact on their families that their children were inspired to start their own wellness businesses with Shaklee.
To celebrate the hardworking, dependable, and loving moms that are in our lives, we gathered a few Shaklee Ambassador moms and their Ambassador daughters to learn about their mother-daughter relationships. We asked the daughters what they have learned from their mothers, what they admire about their mothers, and the healthy advice they have passed on to them. Christine shares about her mother, Aileen, Lori shares about her mother, Nancy, and Tiffany shares about her mother, Nary.
Q: What’s a healthy lifestyle tip that your mother has shared with or passed on to you?
Christine: My mom has shared some amazing healthy lifestyle tips with me over the years but the one that stands out most is to make sure I have a balanced breakfast. As a new mom, it’s so important to have a healthy regimen to keep up with my son and my morning life shake smoothies are perfect.
Lori: I am forever grateful to my mother for showing me how important supplementing my nutrition was at the age of 13 and instilling that in me so early in my life. The benefits have been endless.
Tiffany: Health is wealth. Through her example, my mom has shown me that if you prioritize your health, you are more prosperous, more joyous and more fulfilled by default.
Q: What is one thing you admire about mom?
Lori: I admire my mother for an abundant number of reasons, yet most of all, for how deeply she loves her family and shows us every day.
Tiffany: I admire that my mom cares so deeply about helping people and truly believes in others to become better versions of themselves. I also admire how much fun she has every day. She lives in a beautiful state of mind!
Christine: I admire how passionate my mom is about helping others. She has been an agent of change for the health of hundreds of families in our community, and I’m really proud of her!
Q: What have you learned from mom about running your own Shaklee wellness business?
Tiffany: Focus on doing things that bring you joy, meet new people, get out of your comfort zone, and grow and expand your network and it will automatically grow your net worth.
Christine: I’ve learned that nurturing relationships with our customers is the key to impacting health in their families for generations. This makes being an ambassador so fulfilling and also provides us with the opportunity to build generational wealth.
Lori: My mother loves and leads by example with a willingness to help everyone in her organization to achieve their business and/or health goals.
Q: What is one thing you enjoy about working your Shaklee business together? (For both of you to answer!)
Lori and Nancy: Mom and I love and enjoy working our Shaklee businesses together as we feed off of one another’s strengths and enthusiasm for sharing Shaklee for the greater good.
Christine: I enjoy working our Shaklee business together because we have the same mindset about helping and advocating for others.
Aileen: I love how we share ideas to enrich our Shaklee community. We both love Shaklee and enjoy the journey.
Tiffany and Nary: We enjoy the shock on people’s faces when I tell people she’s my mom because of how young she looks.
Let’s give mom her moment.
Mother’s Day is coming up, and while thankfulness shouldn’t be limited to a day, take some time to appreciate the mothers, grandmothers, and mother figures in your life and the influence they have had on you. And for those who may find Mother’s Day to be a difficult time, you’re not alone. Here are a few tips and encouragements to help you through a difficult Mother’s Day.