|Name||Susie McColl | Diamond Documentary|
|Description||Once you hear from Susie McColl you will never forget her. Along with her husband Chris, Susie has built an incredible support team that works to empower the newest Ambassador. Transformations in all areas of people's lives have happened during Susie's time with Plexus. Experience Diamond Ambassador Susan McColl's story of leadership and friendship in this Diamond Documentary from Plexus Worldwide! Income Disclosure Statement: Plexus makes no guarantees on income, as such representations may be misleading. Your success depends on your effort, commitment, skill and leadership abilities, and how effectively you exercise those qualities. Please see the Plexus Annual Income Disclosure Statement.|
Before kind of like you said, it was just traditional. And now, they're always doing funny videos and making funny stuff. And we laugh a lot at what they do and spend a lot more time together. Now, they're not as busy, because they're not at work all the time and have more time. And so they'll more fun things with us. They're crazy. They just-- I don't know. They always come up with funny stuff. They're real happy right now, as you can see. Obviously, they're jumping and all that. It's just good for them though. Plexus has changed them. The best things about Plexus is that we work from our phone. So we can work wherever, whenever, but it's given us so much time to pursue. So many things that we can do now, because we have so much more time to spend on developing our passions. I wonder who this is. I don't know. We'll see. Oh, we weren't expecting anybody. I mean-- Well, come on in, simpletons. Have a seat, you guys. Hey, it's important. So let's tell everybody. It's very important that you guys know that our success with Plexus has not changed at all. It hasn't changed us at all. One day, I told Chris. I go, you know, you just watch. There's going to be something to this Plexus thing. And I don't even know if he responded to me. We've been married 22 years. Like, aren't you sometimes fearful that people will think that we're better than them? Yes, oh, yes, I am fearful. Oh, Susie wants me to drink this pink stuff. And it's going to transform me. And I poofed out my cheeks. And I was going, mm, look how unhealthy I am. And look how broke I look. We know we're better than you. But don't let that discourage you from chasing your dreams, you guys. Clearly we are. Because we work from home, it's important that you like your spouse, and in this case love your spouse. Because we spend a lot of time around each other. But that dynamic of us is definitely just naturally who we are. We actually enjoy each other's company. And we've been married a long time. So that says something. We never, ever intended to be where we're at now with Plexus. If you had told me I could make money with Plexus, I would have slapped you out the room. I think the goofy part of the McColls and Susie is just who they are. It lets everybody know that they're real people. You can't always do business and no play. So they like to bring a lot to play. I don't know of anybody, except maybe Chris-- they're pretty equal on that-- that love life as much as Susie. She just loves life. And she loves the Lord. And she loves people. Hey, but seriously, you guys, just don't look at us in any weird way. It's weird. No, I mean, we're just like we've always been. Exactly. I mean, you guys are simpletons. And we clearly are amazing. Yeah. High five on being amazing. Whoo! But we'll never let this change us ever. Will we, Sus? We'll never let it go to our head. Ever. We are humble. Yes. Good, that was good. I mean, surely that's enough, right? She's a friend. She's a leader. She's passionate. She's encouraging. And I know, just like everyone else on her team, that she truly wants me to succeed and to reach my dreams. And the key to success with Plexus is not letting it go to your head. Yeah, that's right. We're just normal, average-- We're just normal old people. Average everyday people. I didn't know what it could become. And it's become something so huge. I don't understand how it got there. It's God totally and completely. Some people think that, oh I may pay the $39.95, and they're going to drop Alexis in my lap, and it's like a lottery ticket. I will tell you, we've worked very hard. But it's very rewarding work. So I can't really-- it's not really work work. Someday, she's going to let me get in the car. I'm just balling. Now, I can't believe how great I feel. And I have energy. And I can get out of bed. Getting those kind of messages-- that is what this has all been about for us. We wrote a book. I'm actually the star of the book. The Day I Woke Up Dead. I was the one who woke up dead. I wrote children's books years ago. And that was really fun. And I loved doing it. And that was a creative, totally different process. This was all creative. We consider ourselves to be very genuine and honest people. But there was always this thing behind us, this story that we knew how to be told. But we wanted to tell the story more than just a Facebook live or just a random video we put on our YouTube channel. We wanted it to be something that could hopefully reach other people through our struggles in admitting and showing the world that we had this devastating thing happen. Most people-- they'll hide this kind of stuff. And so it creates this incredible sense of shame. And so we thought, well, if we're willing to put our story out there, hopefully people would say, well, the McColls struggled with that. Or it's not necessarily the stigma. That was that was our hope was to give people and empower other people to be able to say, hey, well, the McColls struggled there too. And they talk about it, so I'll talk about it. In truth, a lot of people don't get help, because of that stigma and because of the shame. And there is help available. And we want people to know that. We definitely were broke, and it was just different than it is now. They're blessed obviously now. You can't help but be jumping everywhere, and be crazy, and be passionate about something. I mean, it's truly just the biggest blessing. I'm a diamond. She's a diamond. Ducks, hi. Look. They're always running around, always trying to help people. And they're changing lives. So that's a good thing. It literally blows my mind to stop and think, what if we had never joined Plexus? All the people that we wouldn't have known, and the friendships-- lifelong friendships-- that we'll have with these people. They're more fun now than they used to be. And they're just good people. And we enjoy showing and teaching other people how they can use Plexus as a vehicle, both to achieve-- it sounds it sounds goofy, but it's the truth-- achieve health and wealth. This is when all of our ideas are usually hatched-- on our dog walking outings. I owe them the moon. They brought it to me. And because of them, I'm a much better person with them in my life and absolutely with Plexus in my life. If you're looking for that, if you need a support group, I can promise you, you can't find a better group than what the Plexus people are. Three tips to achieve diamond. One, we don't take time off of being healthy or trying to grow our business. We don't. Two, if you're consistent, then your customers are going to be consistent. Your ambassadors are going to be consistent. Three, being genuine. Genuine is a huge thing. For me, I can't be something that I'm not. So I have to do everything in a way that is genuine to who I am as a person, and who Chris and I are as a couple. So be genuine is key. I know that you don't have us under your wings. You actually have us on top of your wings. And for that, I'll be forever grateful. I love you. Hi, mom. I love you. Thank you so much for always being my ride or die, the yin to my yang, for always makes me laugh, for always having a smile on your face, and for making all the time we spent together nothing but fun. You and Chris have been seriously one of the most encouraging and supportive people ever. I'm so proud of you. I love you so much, and you're awesome. And I don't know what I'd do without you. I cherish our late nights up to 1:00 AM learning Plexus, living Plexus, being Plexus. A year ago, I wouldn't even know what that was. But it's a very big deal. And you're doing awesome. I'm very proud of you. You are a crazy woman. But you're definitely one of the best moms out there. You're so convicted to helping people, both health and then wealth. But I am so incredibly proud of you. You have no idea. We transformed our health, our well, and we're all family, and friends, and Plexus, and we love Plexus! Whew!