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Here, you can read success stories from people of different ages and different backgrounds. They have all experienced success in our business and they all started part time in the same way that you would start if you decide to join us!

A Global Opportunity

 

Forever has a presence in over 160 countries around the world, making it a truly global company. Forever offices span the globe, and for you as a Forever Business Owner, there are therefore almost no boundaries to where you can find new Forever Business Owners to add to your team. Forever rewards you for any business you conduct, anywhere in the world.

Forever is full of global inspiring success stories.

A secure and financial future

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Nicola and Ian: With a background as an organiser in weddings and parties, Nicola started her Forever business 5 years ago and was joined by her husband Ian two and a half years later.  Initially they started their business to help them pay off spiraling debts including credit cards and an overdraft. 
Having developed a successful business they are now in a position to help their daughter Alice 21 to fund an Estate Agency Franchise through Open House Estate Agents. Alice will have her own business when she finishes university next year, and Nicola and Ian will go on to help her using all the business skills they have developed in building their own Forever business

Nicola says,  “Forever has enabled us to build a secure and financial future for ourselves and now we want to ensure all of our four children have that same security ahead of them; coming out of education debt free and giving them the best possible start to adulthood, including their own business and deposit for their own home.  

As a parent all you ever want to do is to feel that you have done everything you can for your children. To know that we are in a position to help set our children up so that they are financially secure and have a future of choices and freedom ahead of them makes us extremely proud and emotional. We are truly grateful to Forever for making this possible.”

Take back control

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Lucy: At twenty-four years old I was fresh out of police training and fully expecting to work as a police officer for the rest of my working life. I thoroughly enjoyed my job and was willing to work the long shifts, but after the birth of my daughter my priorities changed…
I became a single parent when my daughter was three and I really struggled with shift work. The long hours and overwhelming feeling of guilt was too much and I realised I needed something else. In 2013 my friend introduced me to Forever and although I didn’t have a clue what she was talking about, I trusted her. I had a good feeling about Forever and I liked the idea of earning an extra few hundred pounds so that I could reduce my police hours.

When I achieved Supervisor I was able to reduce my hours, but then I was told I couldn’t have time off over Christmas, including Christmas day. That’s when I decided to take back control and I made plans to take a five-year career break starting in August 2018. After making this decision, people would comment how it was a good idea just taking a break in case Forever didn’t work out, but the thought of going back really scared me. It still felt like the police controlled me and I was already dreading going back.

It took me a few months to adjust – I had spent eleven years as a police officer – but I really struggled to find a daily routine, let alone work a business from home. Over the months my business fell away, but I never lost sight of what I wanted from Forever, it was just taking me a lot longer than expected. In May 2019 I decided enough was enough; I resigned from the police and suddenly a weight was lifted. I am now rebuilding my business whilst working part-time in an office, which I really enjoy. I feel in complete control of my life and I am doing things that I was never able to commit to before. I play and coach football, I’ve achieved my FA Level 1 Coaching Award, I’ve become a school governor for my daughter’s school, I’ve taken up running and I also completed the Paris marathon in April 2016 – this was a huge achievement for me.

 

Forever opened my up eyes to what is possible, it made me see that there are other options. I now have time; time to spend with my daughter, time to take her to school and pick her up again, and that is absolutely invaluable. My advice to anyone who is feeling like their business isn’t progressing is to take some time and invest in yourself, but most importantly you should never give up on your dream, despite how rocky the journey is.

A professional sportsman

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 Darren: Senior Manager Darren joined Forever in January 2018. His decision to join was a result of careful consideration and research, and he was seeking a professional approach to work…
On November 12th 2017 I had my first daughter, Izabelle-Rose. The next day, unbeknown to my planning, I was made redundant after a successful twelve-year career in banking and finance. This was an emotional time, and we approached the festive season with a sense of uncertainty, unaware of which direction our family would take. After conversations with trusted friends and family I decided to focus on Forever full-time. 

It was a huge risk as I had professional qualifications which meant I could locate work in my previous industry, but I had caught the vision of starting, coaching and building a team through my philosophy of honest advice.

 

I achieved Manager after ten weeks, and this was through complete enthusiasm, then I hit NPIP Level 3 after I managed to recruit twenty-four people. This was quickly followed by my first Manager. I then decided to slow down and build a professional process which consisted of coaching others and offering prospects the opportunity.

 

My second Manager was an ex-professional football friend – we played together at Aston Villa and Wolves. We decided to concentrate on sports nutrition and on approaching the sporting circle of friends we have. The attention we are creating now, especially with professional athletes and football clubs, is amazing. High profile names are due to join and this is very exciting. Now my working week is built on sharing the workload with others in my team, presenting, launches, practising the skills of the role and loads of coaching with key people who want to work on their strengths.

 

My approach is professional, honest and full of a passion to help others. Going that extra mile to help someone has definitely been the key to my success. On my daughter’s first birthday we reflected what realistic options we have based on the professional feedback we have received. We certainly hope to continue building customers in professional and sporting environments, but we also want to develop new pathways for Forever Business Owners. Watch this space!

Take back your future

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Mick and Marise are an extremely dedicated couple who have given a lot to their children and local community. They’ve worked hard and have juggled a chaotic lifestyle, but in September 2018 they realised it was time to slow down and think about their own future…
We have now been running our Forever business for just over two years, but prior to that our life was hectic! We have three children, now twenty, fifteen and eleven, and we are devoted parents. I ran my own CCTV installation business for twenty years, and my wife was a lunchtime assistant (a good old dinner lady!) at our local school.

My wife and I are actually fully qualified sport coaches and we coached about 100 primary school children a week, plus I also ran fitness boot camps and acted as a football referee. Life was busy, but we were short of two valuable things: time and money.

Despite all we were doing, we were simply surviving and ignoring tomorrow. We had an interest only mortgage and little pension provision, and it was time to do something about it!

Our friend, Helen Silver, had shown us the Forever opportunity five years earlier, but at the time we only half-looked and half-listened. This time it was different. We soon realised the potential rewards for such a tiny investment were enormous, and the business was simple to understand – we didn’t need a degree to work on it! So we set about changing our future.

 

Marise was able to leave her poorly paid job and I closed my CCTV business down in March 2019; I also walked away from the mental torture of being a referee! Forever has given us the freedom to choose to do what we want.

We continue with our passion of coaching children and running boot camps, but our main business is now Forever – and we love everything about it! Becoming Managers has meant a lot and proves that, with hard work and focus, you really can be in charge of your future.

 

“Forever has given us the freedom to choose to do what we want. We continue with our passion of coaching children and running boot camps, but our main business is now Forever."

Build up self-belief

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Clare: Seven years ago, after having her first daughter, Clare returned to work as a part-time housing officer. But the part-time income proved a struggle; she needed to find something more flexible…

How did you discover network marketing?

I needed something that would enable me to work from home as my partner, David, worked long hours as a manager at the local council. I found a job collecting and delivering catalogues which I worked at for four years. Part of the role involved building a team of your own, and although I only had a small team that never really made much money, my eyes were opened to the world of network marketing.

I began to look for other opportunities and I tried a couple of others but unfortunately they didn’t work for me. One of the companies even went bust and I lost all my money! Despite this I knew network marketing was what I wanted to do, and thankfully a video of Claire Spencer led me to Forever. I started immediately – you can imagine what David said when I told him I’d started yet another business, but I knew I’d prove him wrong – and through word of mouth my retail base grew.

 

What do you think helped you progress?

 

When I set about building my team I spoke to everyone about the opportunity, and although it was harder to convince people that this opportunity was worth a look, eventually they were sold on the idea. You don’t have to recruit hundreds of people to be successful; I only actually introduced about forty-two people, but I’ve helped them develop their own teams – now the team’s grown to over 1,300 people!

 

I had no special skills or real experience, and my confidence was at rock bottom after the three failed businesses, but I still had the drive and ambition to succeed. Forever has given me my confidence back. In fact, I now have more confidence than I’ve ever had before in my life. I managed to reach Manager in twelve weeks and for the first time in my life I felt successful. I also focused on the amazing incentives that Forever has to offer, and this focus meant I achieved everything on the Marketing Plan.

 

Forever’s training is excellent and since a lot is online I could really get stuck in. I have also gained a lot from the Dave O’Connor mindset course and through studying other leaders in network marketing, such as Tom ‘Big Al’ Schreiter and Erric Worre.

 

My income is now twelve times more than what I earned as a part-time housing officer – I earn more in a month now than what I earned in a whole year! This has allowed me to give up my job and spend more time at home – I now have two daughters who love their time with mummy! I have been on five holidays this year; we both now drive our dream cars and we have been able to renovate our home. I finally feel successful and I have made so many more great friends through Forever – work doesn’t feel like work anymore!

 

What advice would you give Managers trying to reach the soaring milestone?

 

Work closely with the people you recruit; it is so rewarding watching your team on stage knowing you’ve helped to change their lives. Help them with their first launch, plug them into trainings, sizzles, Business Presentations, etc. and help them to follow the simplicity of the Marketing Plan. You will need to coach them to communicate with others and help them to develop their people skills so that they can speak about the business with confidence. I find that creating their own ‘script’, one that invites people to look at the Forever opportunity, can help build their confidence. When someone is new to the business their self-belief is often low; encouraging them until they gain this self-belief is crucial. Mindset is the most important aspect of being successful, but you have to work on this daily.

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