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Brisbane & Townsville BDS

July 18th, 2014 | Posted by Jan in Functions and Events - (0 Comments)

Business Developement Seminars have just been confirmed for Brisbane Saturday August 9th & Townsville Sunday August 10th

Brisbane vs 88349

Location  Springwood Hotel, Springwood
Date 9th August
TIME. 12 noon for those who have completed step 5
2pm general session
Speaker. Craig Deane


Townsville vs 88348
Location RSL Townsville
Date 10th August
Time 12 noon for those who have completed step 5
2pm general session
Speaker. Craig Deane

Tickets are now available from IDA


10 July 2014

Seed stories


Did you know Amway can trace more than 90 percent of the functional plant-based ingredients used in our Nutrilite dietary supplements all the way back to their farm source?

That’s important, because while many of the plant-based ingredients are grown on our organic farms, we are unable to grow all of them ourselves. Some require special region-specific growing conditions, like the glacial fjords off the coast of Iceland that produce the naturally calcified seaweed used in the Nutrilite Cal Mag D Plus.

Ingredients like these are wildcrafted – that is, they are harvested from a defined natural or wild area that is not actively cultivated. Amway uses strict guidelines to help ensure that ingredients used by Nutrilite are harvested using sustainable practices that do not diminish the existence or productivity of the wild botanical.

In fact, Amway ensures that every botanical ingredient supplier meets our requirements for sustainable farming practices that benefit the environment and positively affect people. They are also smart business practices that provide assurance of quality control. These requirements go back to the principles of Nutrilite founder Carl Rehnborg – and all suppliers must rigorously document their compliance.

Want to know more about the traceability of Nutrilite supplement ingredients? Click here for the full story at Amway StartUp.

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FEC Update

July 11th, 2014 | Posted by Jan in Functions and Events - (0 Comments)

 Ahoy there Winners!

Our Annual Event, Free Enterprise, is THE event where all the organisations come together at the one location. In this environment we collectively share the success, learn and associate whilst we set our sails for an exciting PY2015!

We all know there are some massive incentives on the table in our business for the coming year, so lets congregate, celebrate and actively participate in our future, together!

You’ve all had the dates, but here they are again, along with some basic Event Info for the weekend to help you with your planning


WHEN: FEC 2014 Fri October 24-Sun October 26

WHERE: MCEC (Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre) 1 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf Vic Australia 3006

WHAT’S ON: Fri 24th Eagle/Silvers Event 7PM. SAT 25th All Day General Sessions (3) 10am-11pm. SUN** 26th 9%+ Leadership Event 1030am-1230pm. Special Double Eagle Lunch with Speakers and Diamonds from 1pm. (All times approximate)

TICKETS: FEC 2014 VS 88347 Early Bird Ticket $185 available now. 2 payment Instalment plan along with other pricing details and cut off times available next week. “VERY SPECIAL NEWBIE DEAL ALSO TO BE ANNOUNCED NEXT WEEK”

Winter Conferences around the country are done, and now our focus shifts to FEC 2014. Get on Board, this event will float your boat!!

Stay tuned for the update next week.

The IDA Team

** Sunday Non Denominational Fellowship Service 8.30am-10am

(Note that this service is not part of the FEC 2014 programme, there is no entry charge, and attendance is entirely optional)


July 10th, 2014 | Posted by Craig Deane in Promotions - (0 Comments)

Hi Guys

We will be having lunches/dinners with Pizza at the BDS functions at the end of the month. To qualify for these sessions, which will also be a leadership meeting, planning the next steps for qualifying for Hong Kong and The Crystal Symphony, you have to have completed step 5 by the function. The sessions will be as follows

Auckland will be this weekend for those that are up to step 5

Darwin will be dinner at 5:30 pm on the 26th of this month

Melb will be at 11 am on Sun 3rd August at the Coburg centre

Other locations we will work out with those in The HIP Group team that qualify

Come join us and take an important step to getting on board the Crystal Symphony



July 9th, 2014 | Posted by Jan in Training - (0 Comments)

Nutrition With Craig

Saturday 12th July  2 pm- 4pm


This weekend in New Zealand is a busy one for all passengers on the cruise.


Reminder :  Workshop Friday night address,  The Rose Park Hotel ,Parnell Room, 92-102 Gladstone Rd, Parnell………BYO Guest

Module 1 Saturday Amway 10am start please register with


Module 2 Sunday Amway 10am start please register with Carol,  need a refresher, register and come along.

To make Sunday a huge PV success we also invite you to bring along your customer or downline for a skin assessment and product prescription.

Please contact Carol for times on




Module 1 Training Auckland 12th July

July 7th, 2014 | Posted by Jan in Training - (0 Comments)


Time: 10 .00 am – 2.00pm


Cost: $10.00


Venue: Amway Business Centre, Auckland

6a Pacific Rise Mount Wellington


Please register via email





FEC 2014 Dates

It’s on again!

Free Enterprise Celebration, the coming together of Independent Business Owners from all over Australia and New Zealand is confirmed and here are the initial details.


Dates: Friday October 24th to Sunday October 26th 2014.
Location: Melbourne, Victoria 
Venue: The Plenary, 
Melbourne Conference and Exhibition Centre,

1 Convention Centre Plc, South Wharf, Melbourne


 Plan your time, this is not to be missed.


More details to follow




July 6th, 2014 | Posted by Craig Deane in Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

The key one in this article is the last point about a supportive group/community as this is a key to creating the right Environment for you  to succeed

ABO motivations


One of the most frequently asked questions about Amway is why people become Amway Business Owners.

Motivations for getting into—and staying in—the Amway business are nearly as diverse as the people who do it. Some do it primarily to earn a little extra money. Others do it boost their self-confidence or develop a social network.

We often hear people are motivated by independence—the desire to be their own boss and have control over their time and talents. That’s not surprising, given the findings of the 2013 Amway Global Entrepreneurship Report. Notably, 80 percent of ABOs report working their business only part time.

While certain factors are nearly universal, there are some differences in the top motivations cited by ABOs in different markets. The top motivations cited by ABOs themselves are:

  •       Building one’s own business
  •       Making a little extra income
  •       Purchasing high-quality Amway health, beauty and home care products for personal use at ABO cost and selling products to friends and family members
  •       Learning new skills and developing one’s self as an individual (important in most markets, but especially so in China, Colombia and Mexico)
  •       Being part of a supportive group or community (ranks higher in China than most markets)

And, people often say their motivations have changed since they first became an ABO. Perhaps this means that some who signed up with short-term goals in mind are encouraged by their experience to set new goals? After all, in 2013, 77 percent of people surveyed about their Amway experience said they either “agree” or “strongly agree” that joining Amway has had a positive impact on their lives.

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