Cayla Collins / Goffstown, NH
When Cayla graduated from the University of Vermont with a degree in economics, she felt lucky to get a job right away. But when she began working 7am to 7pm and her paycheck never increased, she decided to take control of her finances by starting a Reliv business like her parents. Cayla attended her first conference in August 2012 and it blew her away. She came home with a new perspective and excited about the opportunity.
“Back at work, I sat in my cubicle and was frustrated that I wasn’t out sharing Reliv,” Cayla says. “Three weeks after conference, I was laid off from my job. I had only been there for three months. The whole time the company had been saying that they were expanding and it turns out that they were outsourcing.”
She decided to get serious about her Reliv business. Cayla earned a $17 check in September, but by December she had earned $675 and knew she was on to something. “Things started to click for me,”Cayla says. “So far, 2013 has been fantastic. I’m only 23 and I own my own business. I’m so excited I can’t stop myself from telling people about these products. It’s changing people’s lives.”