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Her story is about perspective and drive. Born and raised on the island of Maui, Hawai’i, Malia Haleakala is married to her soulmate, James Stone, and they have two beautiful boys. For the last 9 years, they have lived on Hawai’i Island where Malia has worked in a local hospital as an emergency room physician. Malia worked several jobs in addition to her main one and missed out on so many family memories as a result. It took the tragic death of a loved one to make Malia take a step back and gain a new, healthier perspective on life. Malia knew she knew she needed time-freedom and she decided to enter the Network Marketing world. Malia’s story proves that life is all about perspective. You can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or you can rejoice because thorn bushes have roses.
I was born and raised on the island of Maui, Hawai’i. I am married to my soulmate, James Stone, and have two beautiful boys. Just over a year ago, I went through an experience that changed my life. I received a call that my uncle, being only 14 years older than me, collapsed at work and died of a massive heart attack. As an emergency room physician, this was a hard pill for me to swallow and it had me questioning many of my life choices. At the time, I was working 3 jobs and I had roughly one day off every week to spend with my family. It took this tragedy to make me realize that there was more to life than that.
I met my up-line sponsor, Michele Ota, several years ago while working in another network marketing company. We stayed friends after I left that company, and dabbled in several other businesses since that time. In April, she mentioned a brand new network marketing company called Wakaya Perfection. I went to Michele’s home, watched the video and immediately signed-up. It was a brand new company, with a ground floor opportunity and the support of a billionaire was the biggest draw for me. I then learned about, tried and loved the products.
I am in love with Wakaya Perfection because of its being “PONO”. Pono is a Hawaiian word meaning goodness, moral, proper, righteous, just, virtuous. It is much more than just a word. It is that feeling deep in your being, that you are doing what you should; that your deeds are beneficial to others; and that you are living your life the way it was meant to be. I was blown away after meeting our top leaders here in Hawaii, and in Kansas City, to see and feel how pono they all are. They are real people, good people who are truly looking to do good things for others.
I am committed to growing my business and my team. I simply followed the 8 Steps and used the tools made available to us. A “no” or “I’m not interested” does not slow me down. In a comforting way, you do realize that every day is different. Some days will be full of new ambassadors and customers, other days will be filled with nothing but rejections. Knowing to accept the “on” and “off” days and having faith in the natural ebbs and flows is now comforting. One day does not determine the next. You just keep going, and you will get there. Stay plugged-in. Stay positive. Never give up. My number one goal is to build my business big enough to allow me to quit my traditional jobs, be at home with my little guy and vacation where we want, when we want.
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