'96, United States
“I am passionate about family,” says Julie Bentley, who was introduced to TAHITIAN NONI® Juice and the Tahitian Noni® opportunity by her parents, John and Laurie Bentley. “I found a bottle of TAHITIAN NONI Juice in my refrigerator one day and I knew that my Dad would be looking for me,” Julie recalls. “He told me to sign an application, and before I knew it, my checks from TNI were larger than my checks working as a travel agent.”
A single mother of two active boys, Julie knew the importance of providing for her family, yet she wanted the flexibility to be at her sons’ classes and sporting events. Being an active part of her children’s lives has actually opened many doors for Julie to grow her business. “My contact list grows from my involvement in PTA, sports organizations, and support groups, and every year my list grows bigger as the boys’ activities change,” she says.
Julie is always prepared to share the TNI business opportunity with others. She always keeps brochures and 2-ounce bottles of TAHITIAN NONI Juice in her car to pass out. “You never know who you might run into, and I always want to be prepared,” she shares.
Julie feels compelled to tell others about ¬TAHITIAN NONI Juice due to the remarkable effects it has had on her son. “I have learned how to successfully approach people with confidence instead of shying away from them, because I know TAHITIAN NONI Juice works!” she says. Her belief in the products and business has helped Julie create her motto: Give a business card, take a business card. “Once I have made the contact, I always collect a business card from them and schedule a time to follow up.”
A true optimist, Julie encourages her team to keep moving forward. “Today might have been a bad day, but tomorrow will be fantastic!” she exclaims. “I love that word and use it a lot. Regardless of how I’m feeling, I’m always fantastic.”
Julie believes her success has come as a result of her desire. “I wanted a company that I could be proud of, a product that is safe for me and my family, and an income that I could live with comfortably,” she explains. “I also wanted to associate with people that I have faith and trust in. When you surround yourself with all of these components, you’ll find your own success.”