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Carreons Hit a New Milestone: National Sales Director (NSD)

Saturday, July 6th, 2013

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It’s another huge milestone for Susan & Art Carreon, of Riverside, CA! In 2012 they blew through three diamond levels (third, fourth and fifth) and now they’ve been promoted to the NSD level!

“All the work we’ve been putting in is really paying off,” reflect Susan. “It’s not even about the money at this contract level, it’s what’s happening for the people in our hierarchy that is so exciting! At every level, our people are having success. They know we’re committed to helping them grow – and that we’re building a huge business with ROOM for them to grow.”

She continues, “It’s been about a decade since we’ve seen new female NSDs and Senior National Sales Directors and Art and I are proud to be paving the way for other women leaders in the business. Our accomplishment – and that of recent SNSD Peggy & Eric Hightower – shows that in Primerica, it doesn’t matter who you are or where you come from, if you put the work behind it, this business will deliver.”

Incredible work, Susan and Art! You’re setting a phenomenal example of success that anyone would be wise to follow!

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It’s a Fifth Diamond for the Carreons

Monday, January 7th, 2013

Susan & Art Carreon, of Riverside, CA, were UNSTOPPABLE in 2012! They kicked off the year riding the momentum their third diamond in November 2011 gave them. Then, in March 2012 they put on their fourth diamond. In September, Susan was named MVP at the Women In Primerica Leadership Conference. And, finally, a month later, they hit the half-million mark!* (Primerica reps receive the Ring when they earn at least $100,000 within a single 12-month period and diamond accents for each additional $100,000 of income they earn within the same time frame).

“It is an incredible feeling to be where we are in this business – and to have our daughters with us on this journey,” enthuses Susan.

Susan says they’ve spent some time as a family celebrating their achievements, but now they’re ready to “put their heads down” and keep growing their team. “We are so very proud of our entire hierarchy – many of whom are reaching big milestones themselves,” says Susan. “In Primerica, you’re not likely to win big here if you aren’t helping others in a big way. We are focused on continuing to help our amazing team to get what they want out of their businesses!”

Awesome work, Susan and Art! Your focus on helping your teammates reach new heights of success is propelling your own business higher and higher!

*Primerica income figures are based upon rolling 12‑month gross cash flow (including advances) as of October 2012. The cash flows stated are not intended to demonstrate the earnings of typical RVPs/representatives. Rather, the cash flows that have been cited reflect the potential that comes with building your business, and there is no guarantee that you will achieve any specific cash flow level. Most RVPs/representatives do not achieve the levels illustrated. In the 12‑month period ending in December 2011, Primerica paid a total of $504,514,944 in compensation to the sales force at an average of $5,544 per licensed representative. Average RVP earnings are typically higher. Actual gross cash flow is, among other factors, dependent upon the size and scale of a representative’s organization, the number of sales and the override spread on each sale, and the ability and efforts of you and your downlines. Having said this, Primerica provides a tremendous opportunity for individuals who work hard and who desire to develop a business with strong income potential.  12PFS659

Carreons Bling It Up a Fourth Time!

Monday, June 25th, 2012

Just a few months ago, Susan & Art Carreon, of Riverside, CA, were celebrating their third diamond*  and now they’ve kicked their business up a notch! “We are super excited about our fourth diamond,” enthuses Susan. “This is all part of the game plan we put together as a family when Primerica became a publicly traded (NYSE: PRI) company two years ago. We’re on a push to build our hierarchy and to help our teammates to earn money.”

She adds, “Of course, our own goal is to reach the Million-Dollar Ring, but our focus isn’t on the money, it’s on licensing, finding new teammates and developing our team into successful leaders. We know that the more of our downlines we help and the more families that we get in front of, the bigger the impact on our own future.”

Susan says they’ve learned a lot about being good leaders and about building a successful business throughout the years, but the one thing she says she wished they could have done differently is being coachable early on. “I wish we’d have understood when we started why our uplines kept drilling into us the importance of building a licensed team of leaders,” reflects Susan. “Being coachable is crucial. I think it’s also important not to try to change the system. If you stick with what works, you can achieve the same successes that others have before you.”

Keep up the awesome work, Susan and Art! You’re on an incredible trajectory straight to the top!

*Primerica income figures are based upon rolling 12‑month gross cash flow (including advances) as of March 2012. The cash flows stated are not intended to demonstrate the earnings of typical RVPs/representatives. Rather, the cash flows that have been cited reflect the potential that comes with building your business, and there is no guarantee that you will achieve any specific cash flow level. Most RVPs/representatives do not achieve the levels illustrated. In the 12‑month period ending in December 2011, Primerica paid a total of $504,514,944 in compensation to the sales force at an average of $5,544 per licensed representative. Average RVP earnings are typically higher. Actual gross cash flow is, among other factors, dependent upon the size and scale of a representative’s organization, the number of sales and the override spread on each sale, and the ability and efforts of you and your downlines. Having said this, Primerica provides a tremendous opportunity for individuals who work hard and who desire to develop a business with strong income potential. 12PFS273-2

It’s a Third Diamond for the Carreons!

Saturday, February 4th, 2012

Susan and Art Carreon

For Susan & Art Carreon, of Riverside, CA, earning their third diamond* is not only a testament to their and their team’s hard work, but it’s also an illustration of the power of creating a Primerica family business.

“We run our business with our three wonderful daughters – who are each building their own business within our organization,” enthuses Susan. “For example, our daughter, Casandrah, is on the verge of earning the Watch! In this business, when our daughters and our other downline leaders succeed, we all do!”

She continues, “We are super excited to pass the third diamond milestone and we are so very proud of our entire hierarchy – many of whom are reaching big milestones themselves. Our earning a third diamond really just proves that you’re not likely to win big here if you aren’t helping others in a big way.” Primerica reps earn the Ring when they reach $100,000 in annual income within a single 12-month period and they receive diamond accents for each additional $100,000 they earn within the same timeframe.

Part of the reason the Carreons are so fired up about their accomplishment is that it serves as a great example to others. “We believe the environment we create in our business is what attracts ‘winners’ to our team,” surmises Susan. “That’s the key. Develop a game plan for success and then go work it so others will want to join you on your journey to success.”

Keep up the amazing work, Susan and Art! Your family business (and family success) is a great showcase for the power of the Primerica Opportunity!

*Primerica income figures are based upon rolling 12‑month gross cash flow (including advances) as of November 2011. The cash flows stated are not intended to demonstrate the earnings of typical RVPs/representatives. Rather, the cash flows that have been cited reflect the potential that comes with building your business, and there is no guarantee that you will achieve any specific cash flow level. Most RVPs/representatives do not achieve the levels illustrated. In the 12‑month period ending in December 2010, Primerica paid a total of $503,115,928 in compensation to the sales force at an average of $5,296 per licensed representative. Average RVP earnings are typically higher. Actual gross cash flow is, among other factors, dependent upon the size and scale of a representative’s organization, the number of sales and the override spread on each sale, and the ability and efforts of you and your downlines. Having said this, Primerica provides a tremendous opportunity for individuals who work hard and who desire to develop a business with strong income potential. 12PFS28

Senior Vice President (SVP): A Family Affair for the Carreons

Saturday, July 9th, 2011

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Family is a big part of Susan & Art Carreon’s drive to succeed, so making the decision to include their daughters in their plans to rise to the next level was a natural choice. “A little over a year ago, Art and I, along with our three daughters and one of our downline Regional Vice Presidents (RVPs) flew to New York to help celebrate Primerica’s IPO,” recalls Susan. “The excitement of that event alone was enough to light a fire inside each one of us. That night, we went back to our hotel room and put together a game plan with our girls to take our business to the next level.”

She continues, “We needed one more downline RVP to push us up to the SVP level and we really wanted it to be one of our daughters. So, we all got to work, focusing on growth and on helping our youngest daughter, Casandrah do what she needed to do in order to advance.”

A year later, Casandrah did, indeed, advance to RVP and the whole family celebrated both her and Susan’s and Art’s success. “For us, being able to incorporate our girls into our game plan meant the world to us,” smiles Susan. “I encourage anybody who is fighting to get to the next level to develop a clear plan of action that includes not only your team, but your family as well. The beauty of this business is that in order to accomplish your own goals, you must set out to help others accomplish theirs first!”

Congratulations, Susan and Art! You took your business to the next level by focusing on others’ success. Keep up the great work!