Watching a video of Kriztian Salas tell his 5-year-old daughter, Kassidy Grace, how beautiful she is after she sweetly demands to hear it at least 10 times tells you all you need to know about the Salas family.

Glory Salas, Isagenix Independent Associate, wife, and mom took home the Heart of Isagenix award at New Year Kick Off 2020 in Phoenix, Arizona.

The award is a heavy glass trophy engraved with her name and means more to Glory than one could ever guess. The Heart of Isagenix is nominated, and then voted on, by the Isagenix community. Glory dedicated this win to her daughter, Kassidy.

Kassidy Grace passed away on Oct. 14, 2019, after a tragic accident that has left the Salas and Isagenix families shaken but with a new perspective on life.

“You can see what matters and what doesn’t. Your health and personal connections are everything. Material things don’t matter because you can’t take them with you.”

She shares that her loss has inspired her to connect with more people in her community through a renewed sense of wellness and empathy.

“Isagenix is truly about family,” she said, “and that is what I love.”

Glory is also grateful for the life that Isagenix has allowed her. She explains that because of the life she has created with Isagenix, she was able to spend every last moment with Kassidy while she was in the hospital. She didn’t have to worry about taking off of work or choosing time between a job and her family.

“It was a blessing knowing we could have more time with our daughter leading up to her passing.”

Kassidy was a true Isagenix fan, even at 5 years of age.

“She understood the value in creating something big — a legacy. My goal is to continue Kassidy’s legacy. It’s something she will always be a part of.”

As Glory continues to make each day important as a testament to her daughter, she knows that both community and a shared goal are vital in order to get through dark days.

“My daughter used to say that we are called to love one another. And I can truly feel that compassion from my Isagenix family. It’s so much more than something you can get in a box.”