Mentorship and training allowed Amica Vogler’s Zija business to thrive
Refreshed look at life brings success
When she could barely walk, Amica Vogler’s father had a basketball in her hand and was encouraging her to practice dribbling. By the time she was in high school, she had put in the time and effort to develop the skills she needed to become a star on her school’s basketball team.
That discipline and hard work led Amica to Pocatello, Idaho, for physical therapy school. The day before she graduated ($100,000 in debt), she heard about Zija.
“If I didn’t have my doctorate and the knowledge of health that came from my education, I don’t know if I would have appreciated Zija’s products,” she says. “I knew from the beginning that I needed the products and so did my family.”
The business was another matter. Amica was fired from her job as a personal trainer because she didn’t bring in enough new business.
However, the personal development training and mentorship offered by Zija gave her the tools to succeed.
“In the last two years, I’ve had a paradigm shift with how I see the world and how I fit into it,” Amica says.
This paradigm shift involves understanding the idea of residual income, leverage and the efficiency that comes from concentrating on making money and not just trading time for money.
Now, Amica is done working as a physical therapist and is pursuing her Zija dreams full time — and hasn’t been happier.
“I would go to a Zija meeting and not want to go to work the next day,” she says. “I feel rebellious now because I don’t think you always have to go to school and then just make barely enough in a career to get by. Plus, when someone says I can’t do something, I want to prove them wrong.”
There’s that dedication again.