How many of you are excited to bring your business to Korea?? I know all of us here at the corporate office are champing at the bit to touch down. The thing I’m most excited about is the chance to bring our global, borderless family overseas to the Asian markets. The Nerium International Compensation Plan and support system are second to NONE! We’re going to change the way that they do direct sales!

Since we don’t open until July, a lot of you have asked what you should be doing now! The secret is simple and Mark Smith has been saying it for a long time now. Build at home. This is for two reasons.

Firstly, it allows you to take action NOW!! You don’t want to put your domestic business on hold while you wait to go overseas, right? No! Not to mention that helping others recruit is the fastest way to rank up! You might earn yourself a new Lexus while you prepare to start your business in South Korea! Don’t focus on going to Korea in the short term! Build the right structure kr and allow it to work for you. The best thing you can do for your business is to follow one of our key core values, slow down to go fast.

The second reason is because it fits nicely into the 10 Core Commitments that you’re all already following, right?? Like Jeff said onstage, they’re the most important things you can take away from Get Real. Make this a part of those! If you focus those two exposures on people that might have ties in Korea, you’ll have your team ready to run by the time we can open for business!

If you or your team needs materials to show to Korean prospects, we’ve made these all available for you at We’re here to support you, and will be showing you how to use your new tools as we get closer and closer to the big day!!

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  • shelaghturkovics says:

    I’m grateful for this new opportunity in life. ..building a team and looking forward to each moment that awaits. ..slow and steady wins the race.
    Thanks Nerium for support, training, and experts to help lead to a fulfilling future. Happy trails ahead.

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