Couple Leaves Corporate World to Build a Family

By |2018-01-29T09:54:24-07:00February 28th, 2017|Tags: , , , , , |

As career-focused individuals for more than 20 years, Melinda and Kharn were working up to 80 hours a week in successful corporate positions. They dreamed of starting a family, but between their demanding jobs and various health issues, they couldn’t imagine having the time or energy to devote to raising children.

Skeptics Take Life to the Next Level With Isagenix

By |2018-01-29T09:54:44-07:00October 26th, 2016|Tags: , , , , |

Between managing full-time work and keeping on top of busy parenting commitments, Adam and Jacqui felt like they'd lost their groove. After being introduced to Isagenix by a good friend, the couple decided to give the products a try and is now building an incredible business with Isagenix. Now, they're on a mission to help other parents do the same.

Busy Parents Trade Commitments for Creating a Legacy

By |2018-01-29T09:54:44-07:00October 24th, 2016|Tags: , , , , |

Allan and Lari wanted the best for their family, but between working full time and running two additional businesses, the parents of two were running themselves into the ground trying to juggle their commitments. They set out on a mission to better their health and lifestyle, and with Isagenix, they've done that and more.

Isagenix Millionaires Bev & Anthony Trade Burnout for Bliss

By |2018-01-29T09:56:38-07:00June 29th, 2015|Tags: , , |

Beverley and Anthony were working a combined 140-hour workweek when they stumbled upon Isagenix. Bev was a consultant at a funeral home, Anthony was a truck driver, and they owned a boxing gym on the side. They were doing their best to provide for themselves, but they were falling apart at the seams—mentally, physically, and financially. An Isagenix brochure changed everything.

Isagenix Announces New Global Foreign Exchange Policy

By |2015-05-21T09:27:09-07:00April 10th, 2015|Tags: , , |

Over the last several months, the value of local currency in several of our international markets has weakened significantly against the U.S. dollar. As our products have been historically priced in U.S. dollars, this has especially affected customers and Associates in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. After reviewing and consulting with many of our leaders, we have concluded that the fairest and most equitable way in dealing with this new reality, rather than adopt a change in our compensation plan, affect a price increase, or implement other short term measures, is to implement a foreign exchange policy.