Anita and Hari Anantha
When Hari Anantha first learned about the AMWAY® business opportunity, “I was skeptical, but not close-minded,” he says. “I figured if there’s nothing to lose (since the capital investment is so low), then it makes perfect sense. It’s a better use of my time to create a Plan B” (should he lose his job) than to spend it watching TV.
What really grabbed Hari’s attention was the gentleman who showed him the Amway IBO Compensation Plan. “He was a PhD who graduated with a 4.0 GPA. I was curious: Why would somebody with his credentials be building this business? That’s what led me to look into this opportunity further.”
Anita, who had a dental practice in India, joined Hari in the business after they married. After much contemplation and discussion with Hari, Anita decided not to pursue the recertification required to practice dentistry in the United States.
“Even though we knew we could make good money pursuing our separate careers,” says Hari, a software engineer, “we could not accomplish a shared goal that way. We closed that door and focused on building our AMWAY enterprise together instead.”
For Anita, money was not a huge motivator for her to build an AMWAY business. “Leaving the world the same, not making a dent or a difference, scares me. I need to live a life of significance. That’s what attracted me to this business: It’s not all about me. It’s about how can I help you?”
“We have a heart for children and believe in supporting causes that benefit them,” Anita shares. She and Hari desire to gain even “more control over our time and money” so they can continue to make life-changing choices, like supporting Hari’s parents in India and traveling more. “I’m looking forward to exploring the world beyond my cubicle!” Hari says.
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