(Note: I will not touch on the awesome job the hostesses (Kathleen, Emily, Claudia and Heather) did -- and the IT expert Warren! And the great turnout on this last June Saturday when there was a TON of competing things going on in the central valley that could have kept people away -- and we even had Don from Woodland, Craig from Paso Robles and Jeff from Visalia present!)
This will be a brief highlight from Ralph Corona, Dan Chin and Joan Beyer.
First up are highlights from the Guest on tomorrow's Bocannaco Monday Night Phone Call: Ralph Corona. Ralph is from Hanford, CA, is retired from 25 years as a successful wrestling coach and is currently an expert mechanic. He will share his story on the call, but here are a couple of tidbits from Ralph:
Although he has never done a network marketing business before, he is emerging as a great leader. One reason might be that Ralph urges everyone to 'keep your promises to people'. If you say you'll do something, do it. So far as it is in your power, always keep your word. Ralph's team is learning that they can count on Ralph to have their back with 3 way calls, in person meetings, and in any other way they might need him.
Also, Ralph creates tools that help his distributors master the team building aspect of their business fast. One that I especially like is his CBD FAQ sheet: most frequently asked questions by Ralph and his team, answered at their fingertips!
But as to the joke that Ralph loosens the crowd up with -- it left a little to be desired. Went something like this:
Ralph: Knock. Knock.
Crowd: Who's there?
Crowd: Ray who?
Need we mention that Ralph is a diehard Raiders Fan? His only weakness! :)
Second, Dan Chin shared his incredible journey. Dan is wheel-chair bound now but he was not born disabled. He had a great childhood in Hanford and was President of the California Junior Chamber of Commerce, traveling to over 200 cities in the state during his high school years. But it was on a trip to New York that he had a terrible car wreck in which his neck was broken. But Dan did not let that stop him: he pursued a college career and has been successful in business ever since. He has served Hanford as its Mayor at least twice (I think perhaps 3 times) and everyone who knows him has been touched by his incredible spirit and determination.
To those present yesterday, Dan spoke of the importance of ATTITUDE. He declares to all that "you can do absolutely anything that you want to do, if you maintain a positive attitude". Dan's choice to have a positive mental outlook -- no matter what -- has made him a role model to his community and to all who know him, and is an inspiration to all who meet him.
Dan has also been pursued throughout his 35+ year career by people wanting him in their network marketing businesses -- but his answer was always NO!
Dan will share on an upcoming Bocannaco Monday Night Phone Call the reasons he said YES to Bocannaco. Stay tuned for that!
Third, an amazing testimonial of one woman's path to Bocannaco.
Joan has been a longtime sufferer with fibromyalgia and struggled mightily trying to alleviate the pain while avoiding the drugs that doctors always want to prescribe for that disease. Her hubby and she had retired and were getting away on a trip -- all packed up in their vehicle -- when they were hit head-on at the outskirts of Fresno.
Then began a long, difficult rehab for her.
During that time, a good friend of hers, Debra Goehring, came to see her and offer her an oil that she thought might help her body recover -- CBD oil by a company called Bocannaco.
Joan wasn't interested and that was that.
As Joan recovered, her daughter began to have a big problem. Joan's granddaughter is on the autism spectrum and at 21 years old, began acting out and being much more difficult and frustrated behaviorally. Joan and her daughter were sitting with the granddaughter's psychologist at an appointment when the psychologist said, "Maybe you should get some CBD oil for your daughter."
Joan and her daughter began to research CBD, read all kinds of online information, went to stores all over the valley seeking information. But Joan wasn't confident with any of them. Then she remembered her friend. "Debra would never recommend anything that would hurt me", she thought. So she called Debra and got a Bottle of oil. Joan decided to try the oil first herself, to be sure it would be safe for her granddaughter. Her daughter wanted to try it, too (she also suffers with fibromyalgia).
And the rest is history.
Please keep the granddaughter in prayer. The oil is helping but she still has bad days; however, at least there are some good days, too, now.
Thanks to Joan for sharing her incredible story!
Thanks to all who share this amazing product!
|Winner Melissa Solorio|
|Winner Lisa Garza|
|Winner Dino Garza|
|Winner Emily Corona|
|Winner Jennifer Luong|
|Bocannaco Leader Ralph Corona|