- Helps the body stay hydrated during physical activity
- Provides a full spectrum of crucial electrolytes for improved electrolyte balance
- Includes amino acids to help feed your muscles
- Fuels your body with carbohydrates for energy production and sustained muscle endurance
- Contains antioxidants A and C to fight free radicals commonly produced during exercise
- Helps prevent cramping during and after exercise
This amazing opportunity is giving our whole family more choices and the ability to design a lifestyle where they can be difference-makers and champions–something we have always encouraged.
Jim and Leslie McCullough can retire with confidence because of the extra income AdvoCare has provided.
Dr. Jim McCullough has worked as a physician for 30 years, and Leslie as a dental hygienist before becoming a stay-at-home mom of six. They planned for their future together, but realized how quickly retirement funds can disappear and how dramatically home values can plummet. Like lots of baby boomers, it was that wake-up call which led to a search to find a new way to earn income–not based on trading hours for dollars.
AdvoCare was introduced into their lives in June 2011 when their college-age son brought home a small brochure from his basketball camp. Leslie learned of the integrity of the company, the quality of the products, and how much income some of the distributors were earning. They enrolled three of their adult children, and the “family business” was born.
Sadly, soon after that, their 17-year-old son passed away. That took a toll on the McCulloughs emotionally and financially. They were left with a lot of debt from their son’s illness, so then they turned to AdvoCare for support financially.
Throughout that difficult time, seeds were being planted along the way as we shared AdvoCare, and little sprouts of success started springing up during our time of need. Hand in hand with an amazing team, we are writing a new chapter in our life story. As we enter our seventh decade of life, we believe AdvoCare provides solid answers for our physical and financial needs.
New and Improved Distributor Kit!
The AdvoCare Distributor Kit Now Features:
- A Welcome Guide
- An officially-branded AdvoCare blender bottle
- A Spark® flavor-sampling Starter Pack featuring two stick packs of Fruit Punch, Mango Strawberry, Grape and Watermelon (Servings Per Container: 8)†
- An AdvoCare Rehydrate™ flavor-sampling Starter Pack featuring two pouches of Mango Pineapple, Key Lime Cherry and Red Raspberry (Servings Per Container: 6)†
- A Meal Replacement Shake flavor-sampling Starter Pack featuring two pouches of Vanilla and Chocolate Mocha (Servings Per Container: 4)†
- IMPACT Magazine, a tool designed to highlight both product and business success stories
- Retail Sales receipts to provide to your Retail customers
And, the latest Policies, Procedures and Compensation Plan
* Plus applicable taxes and shipping costs
† Flavor-sampling Starter Packs are exclusive to the AdvoCare Distributor Kit
Adriana and Lance Mosley have been changing lives physically for two decades, but they say impacting lives financially with AdvoCare is what keeps them going each day.
They were personal trainers and business owners before AdvoCare; they loved their jobs, but being away from home for more than 60 hours a week was taking a toll on their family. On the outside, people thought they had it all together, but, truthfully, they were struggling financially. That is what sparked their need for AdvoCare. Adriana and Lance first learned of AdvoCare with a packet of AdvoCare Spark. Nearly 10 years later, they became Distributors because they loved the products, but were still hesitant about the business.
They got serious in October 2011 and decided to do a 24-Day Challenge with family members and gym members, and the results were extremely motivating. Since then, they have earned two AdvoCare incentive trips and earned an average of $14,711 a month during the first nine months of 2014. Their first check was only $41.78!
I have a few things that really irritate me, and one of those is being late. I’m not talking about every now and then–that can’t be helped sometimes. Everyone knows someone who is ALWAYS late, no matter what! These people think that the earth revolves around them. Maybe I’m wrong, but that’s the way I see it.
Many businesses today run on a “please respect my time” basis – often charging missed appointment fees or cancelling appointments altogether if people do not arrive on time. Doctors in fact are notorious for having steadfast cancellation policies (often with fees) yet seem filled with hypocrisy when it comes to respecting the time of their patients. In the business world, customer service revolves around time management and respecting the time limits of customers. So why is it that so many people in this world are chronically tardy or chronically no-shows or seem to have no respect for the time of other people in their life that they care about?
Psychologists say that not respecting the time of others is a serious sign of manipulation used to control others. People who are chronically tardy, or who seem to have no respect for the time of other people are passively trying to control a situation with their tardiness. If they have to arrive somewhere at 10:30am and know it takes them 15 minutes to get there – then they are late or behind schedule if they are still at home at 10:15. Those that don’t respect the time of others however, don’t see it that way – and often have a narcissistic view that shouts, “My time is more valuable than yours!” I feel like that is rude.
I once bought tickets to a Dallas Cowboys’ game, and invited my husband’s daughter and her husband to go with us. I was trying to reach out to her, because there is an 18 year age gap between my husband and me, and his daughter is only eight years younger than me. I know she probably felt strange about that. They showed up to my house two hours late! I was infuriated! I missed the whole first half of the game. Why were they late? She was busy drying her hair. Her husband told us this. We didn’t invite them to any more functions after that.
My time is important to me. If you have to deal with someone who seems to have no respect for your time and efforts – it is up to you to put a stop to it. Instead of operating under the notion of assuming that “they said 8pm, which means 9pm to them” point out the behavior and hold them accountable. It will only take one or two times of you cancelling an engagement, or calling off plans when they call to say they are running behind before they get the hint that you don’t appreciate their behavior and lack of respect for your time. By either being proactive and letting them know that, “hey this is not OK with me,” they will change their behavior or the relationship will change. And while it may feel petty to say, “Well if you cannot be here at 2pm like we planned then we will have to do this another day,” the bottom line is it NEEDS to happen. Quite simply, you have things to do as well and it isn’t fair for you to always be put off, or be forced to rearrange plans because someone else is being rude and irresponsible with YOUR time.
It really is NOT okay for people to be flippant with your time. We are often taught to ignore little things such as this, and to try and remain flexible at all times. But eventually, there comes a point when you have to stand up for yourself – and take measures to force others to be respectful of you. It doesn’t matter if it is a doctor, or a friend – your time is important as well. If saying, “Please respect my time,” doesn’t work with certain people and situations, then you might want to see this disrespect as a signal that it is indeed time to move on.
I was in the Army for a few years, and it was instilled upon me to always be on time. I usually had to wait, but that is the motto of the Army–HURRY UP AND WAIT! I have only been late a few times, and it’s usually due too a wreck somewhere in the Dallas metroplex. I have jury duty tomorrow in McKinney, TX and have to report at 8:30AM. I plan on leaving my house before 8, just to make sure I get there on time. People have business to take care, and I will not be the one to hinder their progress.
Thank you for listening to my rant! God bless you!
What a wonderful, glorious day! I awoke this morning and weighed: 161 pounds! Woohoo! I took my measurements: thigh(22 in), hips(40 in), waist(32 in), bust (37 in), arm (13 in). To summarize my 24-day-challenge, I lost a total of nine pounds and five and a half inches! In my past two challenges, I had actually lost more inches than pounds, but this time, more pounds came off than inches!
What’s next? I will continue to watch my portions, drink plenty of water, exercise 4-6 days a week, and will keep taking my AdvoCare supplements. I am currently using MNS E(Metabolic Nutrition System for Energy). I will splurge one day a week, and I have chosen Sunday as my indulge day! I have taken up jogging, and will keep improving on that.
My favorite products are the Spark Energy and Catalyst. I love my coffee, but I am happy with only one cup a day thanks to Spark! Catalyst is helping me look more tone and defined than in the past, too.
I would encourage anyone to try the 24-day-challenge. It has definitely made a difference in my life, and I want to share it with everyone! Go to www.advocare.com/150823204/ and sign up! You can buy at full retail, wholesale (20% discount), distributor(20-40% discount), or as an advisor (40% discount).
Have a blessed day and God bless yall!
Jeremiah was struggling as a single dad, basically homeless and fed up with the standard of living he was providing for himself and his daughters.
He often slept on people’s couches and sometimes had a hard time finding something to eat. He wanted more–to live a better life and to be a man his girls would be proud of.
He learned about AdvoCare from some professional athletes; after seeing their success on the products, he decided to give them a try. He became a Distributor for the product discount and mostly as a hobby. When he received his first check, he realized this could be the opportunity he needed to get back on his feet. He made a big decision to make AdvoCare a big part of his life.
There are four ways to get involved with AdvoCare:
- Retail Customer-If you use AdvoCare products for your own personal weight-loss, fitness or wellness goals, this may be the ideal way for you to be involved with AdvoCare.
- Wholesale Customer-If you use AdvoCare products on a regular basis, you may want to take advantage of the 20% discount by becoming a Distributor.
- Distributor at 20%-40% Discount-If you share AdvoCare products with friends and family, you can enjoy additional profits at 20 to 40%.
- Advisor at 40% (business builder)-At the Advisor level you will enjoy the highest discounts available and the greatest earning potential of our business opportunity.
I will post my results of my third 24-day-Challenge on Thursday morning. So excited!
Michelle Bishop: “We all have dreams, right?
I, Michelle thought I was living mine for the longest time. I was self-employed & earning a solid 6-figure income. However, I was lacking time and energy. The idea of having kids was becoming distant and I struggled with the thought of my marriage someday considering the hours I worked daily. Truth be told, I was tired & that’s when AdvoCare found me. I grabbed the opportunity the minute it was presented to me by two ladies I highly trusted. They left two big sponsorships to work with AdvoCare & that made me want to be apart of this business. Over the past two years, I have been able to take my family on 2 all expenses paid trips & help them financially. Fast forward to July 2014, because of AdvoCare I was able to leave Ohio with no strings attached and move to Houston, Texas where I asked my husband, John, to marry me! Soon after, we took on the business together and became the youngest diamonds in HISTORY! We currently average 32k a month and are planning to bring John home this year so he can work at home with me! We can’t express our gratitude towards the company and what it has meant for our lives. We love inspiring others to take charge of their lives, physically and financially! ”
Cinco de Mayo is a celebration held on May 5. The date is observed to commemorate the Mexican Army’s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, under the leadership of General Ignacio Zaragoza. In the United States, Cinco de Mayo is sometimes mistaken to be Mexico’s Independence Day—the most important national holiday in Mexico—which is celebrated on September 16.
Today also marks the day I became a mom for the first time. On May 5, 1991 at 5:40PM, I gave birth to a tiny (5 lbs. 14 oz.) little girl that I named Danielle Elizabeth. I had picked out this name in high school, because I liked the name. I wasn’t planning on having kids at the time, but I told everyone that if I ever had a daughter, I would name her Danielle Elizabeth.
I was a nervous wreck, because my husband at the time had left me when I was six months pregnant, and I knew I would be on my own mostly. Luckily, I was blessed with very supportive parents and friends, who helped me along the way. I thank God every day that He gave me this precious little girl, who is now a wonderful RN in Seattle, WA. She has decided to come back to Texas, and will be moving back this weekend. What a wonderful Mother’s Day gift!
I am also very blessed to have met a man 21 years ago, who decided to love me and Danielle enough to marry me and consider Danielle his daughter. Glenn has been “Dad” to Danielle for most of her life, and I know he helped her become a strong, independent woman. Two parents really do make a difference!
Have a wonderful day, and remember to thank God every day for all the blessings He has given you!