|Name||Andrea Mitchell | Diamond Documentary|
|Description||a Diamond Documentaries video|
This hospital is where all three of our kids were born. It's where we've spent a lot of time, both when Ella was an infant. And then Nicky, we lived here for about a month. They told us within 24 hours, she wouldn't make it. She was born and perfectly healthy. And we held her. Everything was fine. They whisked her off to kind of baby stuff. And they came back and told us that our baby had an irregular heartbeat and started having seizures. She's been a huge blessing in our lives. It was a trial that none of us could ever have managed. She had contracted something called group beta strep, just through the birth process. And that had gone into her spinal fluid and gone straight to her brain. They had us come say goodbye twice with our family and our pastors. She was saved by the grace of God. And we've been able to see the Lord's hand in her life in the way that he's protected her. And it's really kind of inspired us and strengthened our faith over the last nine years to watch her overcome so much. They've healed our daughter, and it's really just been a great place overall for our family. We really, really appreciate Medical City and what they've done for Ella and the boys. We are headed to Ella's school. It's for special needs kids that kind of don't fit in anywhere else in traditional schools. She would be there for me no matter what happened. In my darkest night, she would be there in a heartbeat. She has come out of her shell and become a more rounded person. And I didn't think that was possible. I thought she was pretty perfect before. Say hi. You ready to get in the car? I found out about Plexus through Facebook. Rozalyn had been posting about it. I really trusted her. I really valued anything that she would say about just about anything. And she's a good mom. And she's, you know, that just was one of her goals. You know, her goal was making a better life for Ella. Yeah. Yeah, OK. Let's get in. With Plexus, she's been able to do that, and it's amazing. And it's amazing to be part of her journey. And I'm so blessed to have her on my team. And so I got started just as a customer for five months. I was a really good customer. Our family was on the products. And about five months in, my husband asked if we could figure out a way to get it cheaper. I said, all right. That sounds good. You've just got to promise me that we won't be doing parties, and we won't be buying a bunch of inventory to try to turn around. And she said, OK. That's no problem. And she hasn't yet. Big girl, step up. There we go. My up line, Celeste, asked me, anybody of all your friends that would just be amazing as a Plexus ambassador, who would that be? And immediately, I said Andrea Mitchell. She's definitely very, very easy to be around. She makes people feel comfortable. She is a very upbeat and happy gal. Let's go, El. You want to get your brothers? Or no, you want to leave them there? How was your day today? Good. OK. This is William. William is seven. He's our big kid. An awesome mom, because she says yes a lot, that I can play outside. And then Jonathan is 4 and 1/2. And this is my husband, Joe. We've been married for about 10 years now. I have a nice mother because she hugs me, and she touch me, and at night. So it's just the five of us. We kind of do everything together. So when Plexus came along, I think she was just really hoping to do something fun. And I think she kind of had the Midas touch because of her great love for people and the fact that she loves being around people. She genuinely cares about the details. Bubba, can you reach across and grab it for him? I actually called Andrea because I kept seeing her Facebook posts and wondered, what is this stuff that she's gotten into, because I knew that whatever it was, it was safe. I knew that she takes good care of her family. Do you want to give your brother a hug? Are you giving Bubba a hug, Ella? Are you gonna get him? This is completely and utterly not only a niche for her, but it's a passion. She genuinely loves what she's doing. I love my team, and I'm so grateful for everything they've done. We love Plexus. I think that Andrea sets a high standard of excellence for herself. And so that just kind of flows down that, you know, this is an expectation of treating this as a business. And if you want to be successful, then you set goals, and you go for those. She goes above and beyond for her team. And you can tell that she truly cares. It's not just about getting her there, but she truly wants each and every one of her team to get to the next level. She's one of those people. When you meet her, she takes you in as part of her family. It's not just you're a friend, or you're someone from Plexus. You're a part of her family and her circle. God's been a very integral part of our lives. I've been a Christian my whole life. And so my faith in who Christ is has always been central to who I am. Being Ella's mom has definitely shifted that and the fact that it's really driven that relationship even stronger. God has really showed us that he's in control of everything that we do. I've seen her around her kids. We go to the same Sunday school class together. And I know how she is. And when I saw she was taking Plexus, I figured, well, let me look into it. It's funny because she acts like-- you know, she's a stay at home mom, and she is this corporate person. But she actually has a very natural way of leading people, but in a very genuine and humble way. Family is extremely important to us. We're still both really close to our parents and our siblings. And we really enjoy just doing things as the five of us. We incorporate a lot of our other family into our daily activities. But it's a unity. And for our family as a whole, when you've got mother and two daughters that are working Plexus, it's a bond. After seeing the business model and knowing how much she loved it, I'm not surprised that she was able to succeed in it. I'll laugh at her because when she meets someone, she basically interviews them. At first, I thought that was weird. But she really just cares about people and wants to know about them. The key to being a diamond, I really think that relationship building is the key to being successful in any network marketing company, but especially in Plexus. Another key is consistency. It's never giving up. Never stop telling friends about Plexus. It doesn't stop when you hit emerald or stop when you hit diamond. Training, I think the more that you can connect and train your team on exactly how you've done, the in and out of going silver, going gold, showing them how you did that, gets them to their goals. And ultimately, you will always hit your goals when your team hits theirs. Their faith is unbelievable. Their faith in God and the way he leads their home is just-- it's priceless. It's really not about me. It's really about my team. It's all the things that they do. It's how we work all together, how we help each other, how we talk to each other, how we do team events and team calls. They really-- they want it. And I think that's what's so fun about it, is I get to help. Ah. [LAUGHTER] Because she takes Plexus, and it makes people happy. Mom, I love you. I love my mom because she, um, hugs me. Hi. Hi. Hi. Hi. I love you more than life itself, and I could not be more excited for you. Because working with your best friend really doesn't suck. Something you never even really wanted to do or thought you could do, but here you are. You deserve everything you get with this company. I would not be where I am in Plexus if it were not for you. Love you, Andrea. I love you. And I love you very much. I love you. And I love you with all my heart. Shout out, baby, I'm so proud of you. I love you to the moon and back. I love you more and more every day, and I can't wait to see what you do next. Thanks to Plexus, we've had a phenomenal time, and we are so grateful. (TOGETHER) We love Plexus. [CHEERING] Yeah. Woo. Woo, woo, woo. Yay.