Alyssa Bergman & James Levins
Fairless Hills, PA
James Levins is one of Kynect’s biggest rising stars, having achieved the fastest rank advancement to Executive Director on record (just six weeks) in 2011. He’s built a reputation as a dynamic speaker and Kynect Leader, and his run to Executive Director is now part of Kynect folklore.
“I am very blessed to be a part of a movement where personal success is achieved by helping others strive toward their goals and dreams,” he said. “Kynect’s culture is like no other and I look forward to what the future holds. I feel like I am truly ‘Livin’ the Dream’!”
Before joining Kynect, he worked as an automotive wholesaler, buying and selling between 400 and 500 cars per month. When his brother told him about the Kynect Opportunity, he was skeptical. He already worked seven days a week and had never done network marketing before.
When he finally realized grasped the potential of the Opportunity, though, he jumped in with both feet, so much so that he famously challenged Founder Rob Snyder. The stakes were simple: if James advanced to ED before November 1, Rob would give him and his family a ride on his plane. Rob cut the deadline by two months, but James still made the deadline in 50 days.
Now that he’s made National Director, James owns a car dealership as a ‘hobby,’ but his main goal is still the same: building stories on how the Kynect Opportunity has changed someone’s life. James wants people to believe in themselves, and to make accomplishing their Kynect goals a priority.
“Kynect has changed my life in more ways than you could have ever imagined. I enjoy my life the way I want to, and because of Kynect I now have options. Never stop dreaming. Work hard towards achieving your goals. Do not take advice from people unless they have what you want or are where you want to be in life. Don’t ever give up because eventually it will be your time.”
As with any business, results may vary. In 2017, the average associate earned $178.07 while Engaged associates earned $1,139. To learn more about “average” versus “engaged” Associates, please visit www.wekynect.com/IncomeDisclosure.