Dr. Terry & Kilwanda Young
The Youngs’ journey with Kynect started before the company debuted in Georgia. Dr. Terry’s brother first called him about the Opportunity in 2007, but between working 80-90 hours a week as a high school principal and pursuing his doctorate, he didn’t have the time. There was also no time for KC, who had owned and operated a daycare for over 16 years, to fit in either.
After he earned his doctorate that December, Kynect launched in the Peach State in April 2008, and Dr. Terry decided to check out the reason his brother had called him every month for a full year. The Compensation Plan fit into his plans as he could get paid on need-based, recession proof services, and he didn’t need to gather hundreds of customers to do it. When he accomplished his initial goal of building the business enough to pay a $700 student loan bill, he jumped into the business full stop.
Now that they’ve made National Director, Dr. Terry said it feels surreal. The Youngs still have a few more goals to conquer. Their short-term goal is to pay off all of their credit card debt. Long-term, they plan to continue supplementing their retirement to allow Dr. Terry to retire from education earlier than he expected.
As with any business, results may vary. In 2017, the average associate earned $178.07 while Engaged associates earned $1,139. To learn more about “average” versus “engaged” Associates, please visit www.wekynect.com/IncomeDisclosure.