THOMAS KIEW & JOSEPHINE LAU
In the early days of my joining the workforce after graduation, people who knew me know that I was an eager beaver who worked hard for the money. It didn’t take long before the cruel facts of reality set in. My ambitions felt far from reach and little by little my dreams began to fizzle out.
It was most fortunate that when the AMWAY™ Business Opportunity presented itself, I grabbed it without thinking twice. I saw the value of AMWAY; it rekindled my sense of hope for the future and because of this, I became fully committed to building my AMWAY business.
However, good times didn’t last. When the financial crisis hit, quite a number of my fellow AMWAY Business Owners opted out of AMWAY. My business was also at a low point.
I remembered what AMWAY Co-founder Rich DeVos once said, “It doesn’t matter if you fall down. The point is you’ve got to get back on your feet again.”
I knew that if I quit, I might lose the only chance of becoming somebody for the rest of my life. So I endured the hardship and gave it my best. I continued putting in the effort and did not give up. God helps those who help themselves.
At the lowest point of my life I met my mentor, Founders Crown Ambassador Khoo Chong Kok, who gave me a new lease of life with his guidance and inspiration.
My wife, Josephine, is not only an important woman in my life, she is also the best business partner I could ever ask for. We could not have qualified Diamond without her effort and cooperation.
AMWAY is worth investing in. It is an opportunity for you to start your own business and build your own legacy. Don’t let go of it.
When faced with challenges, remember to stay on course because in the end your perseverance will prevail and bear fruit. We have no doubt you can do it!