Being a writer for USANA provides me with a number of amazing opportunities, and one of those is the opportunity to interact with amazing Associates, and occasionally travel to see them in action.
My recent adventure? The Canada National Celebration! More than 1,000 people registered for the event, and the spirit there was evident.
USANA President, Kevin Guest, started the event by posing a poignant question: Do you know who you are? It’s a fair business question, but once you really start focusing on the answers, you realize you are more than a USANA Associate. Maybe you are a full-time mom doing USANA part-time. Maybe you are a dad working at supplementing your family income. Maybe you are single looking to create the life you have always desired. Whatever the case, you are an individual carrying a message of total health and financial freedom.
What is most important to you? Of course, those answers can evolve over time, but take the time today to write down what is most important to you and prioritize that list.
Kevin’s presentation really resonated with Builder, Andrew Lucarino. “Values are important in every aspect of life, whether it be work, school, business or relationships, and they are what define us as individuals. Without values we wouldn’t have integrity,” he says. “Knowing your own personal values will help guide you as you grow your business, expand your career, or manage a successful relationship.”
Kevin continued by focusing on the USANA core values: excellence, integrity, health, and community. Each of USANA’s core values holds significant weight in Kevin’s own life, in addition to how USANA is run.
“At USANA, we strive to be excellent at everything we do. We hold it dearly.”
“As a company, we want to make sure we are making the right decisions, and we think about how our decisions will affect our Associates.”
“Life can’t be enjoyed without health.”
“Our USANA community is so important to who we are.”
And in true USANA fashion, Kevin presented the ultimate question: how do your values line up with USANA’s values? “Understanding who you are means taking action,” he says. “Do you know who you are?”
As I left Vancouver and headed back to Salt Lake City and USANA, I paused and thought to myself, “Do I know who I am and what I value?” I am a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a friend, a coworker, a writer for a company I love and–thanks in part to USANA–I am living a life that I love.
So, do you know what your values are? Do you know who you are?
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