John and Trisha Kavanagh are a shining example of what can be done when you lose yourself in the success of others.
“We have watched many people achieve more in a few months than they did in years previously, and that is truly satisfying.” – John Kavanagh
Winston Churchill once said, “Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.” According to John and Trisha Kavanagh, nobody embodies this quote more than they do. “For 25 years we were those ‘successful failures’ because everything we have done in this industry we did it with enthusiasm,” John says. “We just never had the right vehicle.” However, that was until they were introduced to Vi™ and the Body by Vi Challenge™.
The Kavanaghs, who live in London, England with their 13-year-old son Joshua, were so impressed with Vi that they accepted the challenge of building the groundwork for the company’s expansion to the UK. After teaming up with several hardworking individuals who shared their hopes and dreams of living a better life, John and Trisha became 5-Star Ambassadors in only 45 days, tying a company record.
They say their triumph is a product of Vi’s commitment to rewarding success early instead of later. “Our goals are to build a lasting financial legacy for our family and to be in a position in which we can make a real difference in helping people live healthier, more fulfilling lives,” John says. “Having found a company that rewards the many—not just the few superstars—we now know that we have found that vehicle to make our dream a reality.”
On their own team, John and Trisha have seen success come in many forms—from improved health, to more free time and healthier incomes. They say watching their friends reach their goals is, by far, the best reward Vi offers. “For many, it offers hope, and that is worth gold,” John says. “We have watched so many people achieve more in a few months than they did in years previously, and that is truly satisfying.”
Even as they break new ground across the UK, the Kavanaghs have set their sights on helping even more people in years to come. Their goal is a simple one: Share The Challenge with as many people as possible. “We know that we have a truly unique proposition,” John says. “We can make a real and lasting difference to those who are ready to improve their lives.”