Business Opportunity

Mai’s Story

Brent’s Story

How To Join Our Team

Mai and I are very excited about our business in the Wellness industry.

If you’re looking for the perfect business to own that has minimal costs to get started, take a few minutes to read this page and then get in contact with either Mai or me.

Mai – Whenever someone asks me what I do, I am happy to tell them that I’m a professional baker and the proud owner of MaisPies.com But that business will not give me the financial security that I truly want for me and my family.

When I was introduced to “Wellness”, the first thing that went through my mind was the excitement of earning an income doing something else that I love to do, being healthy and fit.

And it was something that I knew both my husband and I could do together!

The more I learned of this business, the more I wanted to get involved and truly make it work.  The income potential overwhelms me whenever I think about it.  Like a kid with a thousand bucks in a candy store!

And for me, I am a people person, having served people in the food industry for over 25 years, so I knew that the Wellness industry would be of great interest.

You get to interact with people, something I’ve missed doing ever since we retired from our family restaurant in San Francisco back in 2007.

And, as a professional baker, it is vital for me to sample other baked goods and do taste tests (darn, life’s rough!), and on top of that, there is a lot of quality control taste testing I must check with my products as well, so it is very easy for me to pack on those few unwanted pounds.

With the Wellness products, I can easily control my weight management, while at the same time work on keeping my baking business successful.  It is a win-win situation and I love it!

As you can see, this business makes perfect sense for my lifestyle.  I’ve found the balance I need to maintain longevity in all corners of my life.  I am happy and truly proud to be a part of the Wellness family!

Mai


Brent – My wife Mai and I have fully embraced a business opportunity in the health & wellness industry.

Why?

  • Mai & I don’t want to work for the rest of our lives, yet…
  • we want to give ourselves & our family financial independence;
  • we want to travel and play a ton of tennis tournaments;
  • And most of all, I want to spend a lot more time with my wonderful wife and my incredible kids

I mean, come on, who doesn’t want those things.  And that’s just my short version.  I’m sure you’ve got other specific desires for your life that you can quickly add to that list.

If you’re desiring to make a real change in your financial present, future, and create an income producing asset you can pass down to your family, this is important reading for you.

It wasn’t that long ago that my income methods
didn’t give me a chance to achieve anything on that list.

In 1995, after 20+ years of teaching tennis 6-8 hours a day, 5 -6 days a week, I was significantly beat up physically and drained mentally.

I was then in my late 40s and the big 5 O was approaching like a freight train.

“But Brent, being a tennis professional is such a glamorous life, right?”

Truthfully?  Glamorous?  Hardly.  Perception is NOT reality…

I don’t remember when the revelation was, but it was probably driving home after another hot summer day on the teaching court and I was just feeling completely fried.

Teaching tennis out here in California on what would be the best case, an asphalt court, and worst case, a  cement court, believe me when I tell you that being a tennis teaching professional is manual labor.

Gravity is a never ending battle, and tennis pros lose that battle each and every day just a little bit more than the day before.

And lots of teaching professionals totally give up on the idea of playing tennis a few hours every week just for fun.

For fun…? Right.

When you begin to feel the grinding in your knees, in your hips, your lower back is a total wasteland of knotted muscles, and you’re pretty much thinking that a swan dive off of the Golden Gate Bridge wouldn’t hurt as much as you do after another 8 hour day on the court, well, you get the picture, it becomes literally a labor of love.

In 1995 I felt I couldn’t stand on a court teaching tennis forever.

I also knew that I had pretty much tapped out the limit to my earning capacity.

And it seemed that every couple of years I had to cut back a few weekly hours from my teaching schedule so I could handle the physical punishment.

Raising lesson prices to make up for the fewer weekly lessons wasn’t an option, so income wise, I was going in the wrong direction.

Kids were getting near college age, I couldn’t justify taking time away from lessons to play tennis for fun, social security rumors were becoming real, and the financial picture for me and my family for the future didn’t look so great.

I was in the classic lousy grasp of trading my time for dollars, and as I was quickly getting older, the time I could realistically devote to trading dollars was dwindling.

Trading my time for someone else’s dollars wasn’t working.

When you’re in the tennis teaching profession, and most to all of your income is determined by the amount of hours you spend on the teaching court, here are some very real reasons when you don’t earn a penny.

  • Out here in northern California, we have very few indoor courts.  When it rains I couldn’t earn an income.
  • If I was sick, no income.
  • If I had to take care of one of my kids when they were sick, no income.
  • If one of my kids had a regular scheduled doctor’s or dentist’s appointment, no income.
  • If a student called in sick, no income (I know, we used to threaten a late cancellation fee, but that’s pretty hard to do when that student is showing up every week at a regular time).
  • If I had to attend a tennis industry conference, no income.
  • If I took a vacation, no income.
  • If a regular student took a vacation and I couldn’t fill in their regular lesson time, no income.
  • And that’s just several of the many reasons why I couldn’t earn an income when trading my time for someone else’s dollars.

So, back to 1995,  I went out looking for other ways to take my tennis knowledge and teaching experience and try to turn it into another source of income which would not be based on me actually having to be on a tennis court in exchange for someone paying me to be there.

The internet gave me a chance.

I wasn’t much of a writer, so writing a tennis book didn’t hold any interest, and even if it did, unless I was the next John Grisham, I wasn’t going to sell a ton of books much less enjoy any kind of long term residual income.

So, I started a tennis instructional website, WebTennis.net, taught myself how to build a simple website, bought a bunch of books on marketing & sales, and pretty much spent the next five years trying to figure this thing out and re-invent the wheel.

And I eventually got it cooking, started to make some sales, and by 2005 I was ready to cut my ties from the California Tennis Club in San Francisco and go full time with my internet business.

And I haven’t looked back because I literally am afraid that if I do that just might have to go back to teaching 25+ hours a week.  So I worked hard and long enough to insure that I wouldn’t ever have to do that again.

WebTennis has been that dream come true from that revelation back in the summer of 1995.

WebTennis will not allow me to complete my list of financial desires.

As much as I absolutely love the daily dynamics of WebTennis, and this is a business that I will always continue to spend a lot of time helping others with their tennis games , WebTennis will never allow me to reach my financial goals.

  • If I get run over by the local school bus tomorrow, there is no one in this world who can continue the day to day business requirements needed to keep WebTennis generating an income.
  • WebTennis would pretty tough to sell to another tennis teaching professional because we have a specific tennis teaching style niche here.
  • WebTennis has daily customer service needs that go on literally 24/7/365…  If Mai and I don’t keep up with our daily attention to email and phone calls, we’ll quickly have some unhappy tennis players.   That’s not what I’m all about.
  • So the long and short of it is this:
    • WebTennis will never provide me, Mai, and my kids with income where we can take time off without losing customers;
    • And where we can one day walk away from Webtennis and still generate residual income from all of the hours, days, weeks, months, and years that I & Mai have invested in WebTennis.

Wellness International Network is the business opportunity to help Mai and I achieve every one of our financial desires.

And that is precisely why Mai and I looked at the Wellness International Network as the perfect business opportunity for us because it is involved in a field that we love, health & fitness, and will solve all of our financial challenges.

Let me show you how you can achieve yours also…

If you’re in a place in your life where you’re looking to make a financial and/or lifestyle change, whether that’s to supplment your exisitng income, to change careers, and / or to achieve financial security, then contact me right away.

Brent

How To Join Us – We are looking for several people who want to join our team, spread the word about the proven high quality wellness products offered at Wellness International Network (WIN), and earn a significant income from either a part time or full time effort.

The business opportunity with WIN offers immediate & residual income that requires no inventory, no selling, and no sale transacting.

Clean, simple, and a true income opportunity in the health and wellness industry that is resistant to economic conditions.

Contact me now to discover how you can become a member of our growing business team!

Brent – brent@maiswellness.com

Mai – mai@maiswellness.com

Phone – 925-246-5551