During my two and half years in Amway from 2002 to 2004, I listened to them speak at seminars and open meetings several times.
I also listened to several of their tapes.
I always remember Jim being very passionate and enthusiastic.
He was fun and entertaining to listen to.
Julie was a very talented speaker as well.
They reside in Minnesota and have five children.
In his younger days, Jim was an All-American wrestler with St. Cloud State.
I related to Jim well, because I was a former wrestler, just like he was.
The joined Amway in the 1980s and took their business very seriously right from day one.
Jim and Julie spent 28 years in the Amway business and maintained a Diamond level distributorship for 14 years.
They had one of the largest Amway businesses in the mid-west United States.
The Harstad’s were down-line Diamonds from Bill and Sandy Hawkins.
They had one front-line Diamond, Tom and Val Gonser.
Apparently, they resigned from the Amway business in 2008 to join the Eniva business opportunity.
To the best of my knowledge, they are still successful distributors with that company today.
I’ve even talked to Jim on the phone once.
He found this blog post and called me up.
We had a nice conversation.
Talk about a great guy!
If you have ever worked with Jim or Julie Harstad in Amway or Eniva, I would love to hear from you.
Please tell us when you worked with them, what your experience was like, and how they helped you out.
I’m sure other people would like to know what’s going on too!
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