I was introduced to PPLSI by two of the most supportive and important people I know — my parents. No one had to convince me or sell me on this business. While I was growing up, my parents were always there for my sporting events, school functions or anything else of the sort. They were always there in attendance, providing encouragement and support. Those moments are priceless, and you can’t go back and relive those experiences again. So those are times I will never forget and will always cherish.

Prior to PPLSI, my background was in the software industry. The technology company that I was working for was on the move, money was good, and I was moving forward in my career. Then the all-too-common corporate acquisition took place. Luckily for me, I had remained committed to my PPLSI business, so I had something to fall back on.

I have been blessed with a beautiful daughter, Morgan, and she is the joy and light of my life, and I’ve not missed a moment with her. From her first steps to her first school performance to her first gymnastic competition, I’ve had the opportunity to be there.

PPLSI has allowed me to get involved more in my church, travel with Morgan and spend more time with family and friends.

The exciting thing is that I believe the opportunity is just beginning and ready to explode. The life that PPLSI has blessed me with is incredible and the relationships I’ve built are priceless.

I would like to thank Mr. and Mrs. Harland Stonecipher for their vision and leadership, my parents for their love and support and my tremendous organization across the country. As Woody Hayes said, “Success — it’s what you do with what you’ve got.”