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The success shown in these profiles is not typical of the success, if any, a Le-Vel Brand Promoter can or will have. There are no financial guarantees.

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A New Lease On Life

A mother of three, Gladys Esteban completely transformed her family’s life in two years. Just four years ago, Gladys Esteban was working three jobs, going through a divorce and taking care of her three kids – one just an infant – and barely making ends meet. “At one point, I […]

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The New Normal

Busy mom Cecilia Sagrero discovered a new path to financial freedom – and her dream life. For Cecilia Sagrero, a cancer survivor of four years and counting, the status quo just wasn’t enough. The busy wife and mother of three wanted more than working a lot of hours away from […]

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Racing to the Top

Newfound energy inspires Gemma Lyte to spread the word in Australia. Sydney, Australia-based Gemma Lyte was a tired mother of three boys – ages 15, 9 and 12 weeks. “I was homebound and living on cake and coffee,” she remembers. “I was drained, bored and unhappy. Definitely not the best […]

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Second Act

Le-Vel helped Bettye Shelton reconnect with her passion and purpose in life. When Bettye Shelton retired at age 62 from a successful three-decade-long career in human resources, she felt lost. “I was in this terrible funk for three years,” she says. “I thought, ‘This is it. There’s nothing left for […]

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A Weight off her Shoulders

Athletic trainer Jenny Lewis discovered a path to wellness – and financial freedom. Less than two years ago, Jenny Lewis found herself in an uncomfortable situation. A figure athlete trainer, Lewis had just had a second baby and wasn’t bouncing back like she had when she’d had her first child. […]

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A Life Transformed

Becoming a Promoter gave Alison Rattai unimaginable freedom. The year before she started THRIVING, Alison Rattai lost her mother to breast cancer just one year after her diagnosis. “She was 66 and too young, and I was lost in grief,” Rattai says. “I was exhausted from painting a fake smile on […]