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Just in from iGaggle member Venetta far far away…

“I left the States when I was 45 leaving behind all my family and friends. NMC has been a haven for me…

“I’m married to the Super Puke of all time. It’s hard enough doing this business much less having to do it secretly. If he woke up at 4:00 in the morning and saw me on a call to the U.S. (your class) he would just pop a vein…

“But – I caught him reading your “Plan B” book the other day and he asked me to get some materials together for a friend of his. He seems to be coming around … think?”

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Kim Klaver


  • I know this person. I don’t know if her name was left out to protect her from Super puke or not.

    This lady loves NMC, igaggle and all things related to Kim Klaver.
    I’m happy to see her hubby might be coming around for at least a look. She has been building her business even through helping hubby with his business. This is a remarkable woman, wish I could say her name, oh well she knows that I know who she is.

  • My heart goes out to this person. What a way to live. It does give a glimmer of hope that she might be able to come out of the closet soon.

    Nancy Carlson

  • I just want to say I am proud of her for doing her business anyway. I have people who have occasionally kept their business a secret even if only for a little while. Normally once the money starts coming in, that is when the spouse who is less than supportive starts coming around.

  • Hi Robin, yes it’s me. Thanks for your kind words. I think you know, “I love you madly.” I wasn’t hiding from hubby, Kim and I just got ‘caught up’ in the time difference. Actually, hubby doesn’t know how to turn on a computer (ha, ha). It’s one reason I decided to go ‘on line’ with my business. He has no clue what I’m doing when I’m on the computer.

    Nancy … thanks for your kind words. Super puke is actually an OK guy. His negativity when it comes to NM is just a thorn in my side (for now). In all fairness he had come to a few meeting with me in the first company I joined. That company was full of super ‘heavy hitters’ and a lot of hype. He was totally turned off. I, on the other hand, knew their had to be a ‘truth’ within the ‘lies’ and went out in search of it. A couple years ago I found the company I’m with now and fell madly in love with the products. He loves and uses the products as well so that’s a plus. This company is much lower key than the first and is more ‘truth’ than ‘hype.’ Sneaky me leaves Kim’s books laying around and on occassion I ask him to translate things for me so he’s ‘getting the message.’ He likes Kim’s philosophies and seems to be coming around. Like the Good Book says, “good things come to those who have patience” or something like that.

    Sheri … I will contact you directly. I am from Atlanta Georgia too and we might just know each other. Did you work for TCCC?

    The uncut version of what I said to Kim is that although I am of Greek heritage and love Greece, I am still a ‘foreigner’ so to speak. NMC HAS been my haven. Even though I haven’t met most of you personally, through your comments, I feel like you’re all my friends. I have and am learning so much from all of you.

    Anytime any of you find yourself in Greece, please look me up. There’s nothing better than a frappe (coffee milkshake kind-of-a-thing) on the beach.


  • I understand Venetta’s super puke. My husband and I worked our first NWM business together… hard.

    We did not have enough success with that company to stay with it.

    I later found the company I am currently with, but we had been burnt badly. We were in a company that was next to impossible for our personalities to have any true success.

    He is slowly seeing that my current company is different. He’s talked to some of my teammates and seen some checks come in without a lot of money going out, so he’s coming around.

    I understand what you’re saying.

    Brenda Bunney

  • My husband was the same way at first. Until I started actually making money this time. Then he said “Oh my gosh – I thought we were going to be losing money like all of the other times you tried this”. LOL. I said “NO – This time I’m doing it right”.

    He’s totally on board now. He even turns the TV down when I’m on a call instead of “forcing” (not physically) me to go outside to talk.

    When you start making money, his attitude will change.

    Have an awesome day!!

    Roxanne Green

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