The Greatest Finish Line: Reliv
When Mair Hill races, she doesn’t usually socialize with other runners. That changed when she met Susan in a half-marathon in June 2002. The two chatted and became friends, and when they met for lunch next February, Susan introduced her to Reliv.
She also owned a company she had been building for 17 years in manufacturing representation. For a while, she juggled both, working 60 to 80 hours a week. But when she realized she was missing out on time with her husband and three sons, she chose Reliv, which has allowed her to make her own schedule. Although Mair had been wary about it, by the end of the meal she was convinced to try Reliv. A week later, she decided to start her own Reliv business.
“The biggest impact is that I’m very close to my boys,” she says. “I know that it’s a direct result of Reliv.”
However, she didn’t lose what she loved about running her own business, either. “I knew what I wanted most was to teach and train,” she says, which has become her favorite part of Reliv. “I really enjoy seeking new opportunities to meet new people and hear their stories.”
Joining Reliv also fit right in with her passion: helping people. “The ability to help people get the results they want with their health has been amazing,” she says. “It’s not about how good I am. It’s about helping others.” She has seen this impact in her own family firsthand. Before Reliv, her young son needed five surgeries to fight his chronic ear infections. Since Reliv, he has had only 2 ear infections in 12 years.
Although introduced to Mair by chance, Reliv has given her a new friendship and complete transformation to her life and her family. “I’m so grateful for Reliv,” she says. “I’d recommend it in a minute. It can be everything you want it to be.”
Advice to New Distributors
“Bob Montgomery always says the only wail to fail in Reliv is to quit. I completely agree. Reliv is a simple business. The trick is to do what you need to do to succeed in the time you want to succeed. No one is gauging you or managing you. Your expectations are your own. You have all of the support you need, you just have to want it and seek it out.”