Tom Mower impresses participants of the “Eurasian Convention” in Yalta
On the occasion of SISEL International’s “Eurasian Convention 2011,” which took place in Yalta on the Black Sea coast of the Ukraine from the 3rd to the 6th of June, it was not only Tom Mower, Sr. who had put thousands of kilometres behind him, but also many of his distributors. A group of SISEL partners had also insisted (would you believe?) on coming no less than 3500 km. from Tajikistan, to take advantage of this opportunity to meet the founder and president of SISEL in person.
And the unanimous verdict of the participants was that it had been well worth their while. The location was first-class, and the weather already so comfortable that the yoga workout on the beach became a real pleasure. The water temperature too, was warm enough for bathing – at least for a brave few. The atmosphere was in any case terrific, and Tom Mower, Sr. was once again in top form. More than 200 partners spent three “power days” together with him, which for most of them, completely justified their “circumnavigation.”
At present the morale in the worldwide SISEL network is as good as has been granted to no other firm. Whether in Asia, Europe or the USA: everywhere SISEL inspires fun, commitment and excitement. Every day, hundreds of people all over the world – people who have only recently gotten to know SISEL – are pressing the “count me in” button. Obviously, these days, it has become popular to allow oneself to be “infected by health” – and globally at that!
In Yalta too, it was primarily the many unrivaled SISEL products – also available in the Ukraine, Russia, Turkmenistan, Georgia, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania and Moldavia – which ensured this exuberant and auspicious mood, which held the promise of a possible successful network business for thousands of people. But also, it was the perfectly organised accompanying events — the select quality of the buffet, the attractive presentations, the motivated training and the many innovations — which contributed to the enormous success of this event.
Christian Rombach, SISEL’s top-leader in Europe, also travelled to Yalta to personally meet many of his partners for the first time. He was highly impressed by the network competence demonstrated by the convention participants, who so frankly and freely shared their contributions to the “Leaders’ Marathon.” During the course of this “marathon” Christian sent a text-message to Germany, declaring it an “unbelievably terrific atmosphere. The contributions have been awesome, our partners here really know about networking. What is presently happening here at SISEL, simply takes my breath away.”
The great morale and the wonderful feeling of being part of a “winning firm” is due, more than anything else, to Tom Mower, Sr. himself, who makes any attempt at comparison with the founders of other firms in the network industry almost an impossibility. He is the founder of SISEL, and the firm’s chief scientist. He has gathered the best people around him, who now from Utah by way of Tokyo and Bangkok, and from Tajikistan as far as the German model-state of Baden, are “SISELING” as hard as they can go. Tom Mower is not only personally available for his distributors, and taking part with them in brainstorming and sharing their lives, but he also likes – only too well – to celebrate with his companions. Exuberantly. This time in Yalta – Hawaiian-style, no less.
During the event more than 80 distributors were decorated for their performance and success. The two highest awards of the convention were received by Christian Rombach and Radislav Talsky (the number one distributor in the Ukraine). Christian Rombach’s part in the European growth of SISEL cannot be rated highly enough – which in the final analysis means a considerable income and a successful life for himself, and a radical improvement in health for several thousand people in the Northern latitudes.
Could there ever be an appropriate award for that? Far more important than cheques and pins at SISEL, is the kind of team spirit for which there is an old Russian folk-saying — A saying which in English runs “as the tree, so the fruit.” In Slovakian, “Aky pan, taky kram ,” in Czech “ Jaky pan, takovy kram.” And so, surely, it will soon be – somewhat further southwards – Tal padrone, tal servitore. No one could wish to have a better “padrone” than Tom Mower, Sr..
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