My name is Michèle Snijders-Swaager, and my husband is called Ton. I have a son, Kyle, and am step-mum to Sylvester and Jermaine.
In January 2016, Marianne Coumou put me in touch with Beyuna. As a self-employed naturopath I’m always looking for the best things to offer my clients, and after visiting the Beyuna Business Day I knew I’d found something special. I couldn’t want anything better for my clients.
I’d never heard of multi-level marketing before and didn’t know anything about it; I really had no idea what I was supposed to be doing. With the help of others, though, both myself and Ton are doing much better. I registered at Mercury level.
Ton went with me several times and in April we upgraded our position to Jupiter. It took some adjustment to fit in alongside our busy full-time jobs and running my practice, but we made it work – where there’s a will there’s a way! I try to be at as many Monday morning training sessions as possible and to attend the Paul Gebbink and Beyuna International Business days.
Since then, we’ve been lucky enough to meet and talk to a lot of great people.
We started using Beyuna products together as a family and we’ve all benefited from them, Ton in particular. He has two worn-out knees – they’ve even been operated on. He was living with two braces that he wore from morning to night, and he couldn’t manage without them.
Since October, he hasn’t been wearing the braces during the day. Ton decided to stop using FLX and after 4 weeks he couldn’t walk properly anymore. Since he started using FLX again, he’s walking like he used to and since January he’s even been able to exercise without his braces. I’m also much fitter myself and don’t find it difficult to juggle my two jobs despite regularly working 60 hour weeks. Kyle has used Beyuna Energy and Beyuna Power which allowed him to pass his final exams in June, overcoming his dyslexia and concentration problems.
Our aim is to expand our network enough for us both to give up our jobs within 5 years and focus on distributing Beyuna full-time.
We have a lot of confidence in our future.