V-Convention Connect (VCC) is the biggest bi-annual event for QNET as distributors around the world look forward to the massive celebration. This year was no different, with more than 500,000 distributors from over 100 countries tuning in to attend the 33rd VCC. It was only the third time that the event was being hosted virtually, giving access to distributors for experiencing the magic of VCC from the comfort of their homes.
VCC 2021, held under the banner of – Renew, Revive and Reborn. It was a celebration of the success stories of QNET distributors globally. QNET reviews the journey of successful V Partners and V Council Members through their stories during V-Convention Connect (VCC 2021).
QNET reviews the journey of successful QNET Distributors during VCC 2021
1. Fulfilling dreams with Srishti Baruah Mishra
“I started this business in 2013 when I was just a college graduate, and I had started my job as a system engineer in an MNC. Although I was in a job, I always wanted to do my own business because both my parents were into businesses, and after losing my father at a very young age, I had always seen my mother work very hard to give me the best of everything.
So, me and my then-fiancee, now husband (VC Ravi Mishra) gave a shot at a lot of businesses, and I was into freelancing., I also started a textile line, but none of those businesses took off. So, when I started my job, I was desperately looking for an opportunity. I wanted to do a business that would help me build a system while keeping my ethics and values intact. And that is when this business came into our lives. I would say, like a blessing. I was very excited.”
On taking responsibility to make the decision right
“Now, excitement is one thing and reality another. So, I had to arrange the funds to start this business. I was three months old on the job. I had an education loan of seven and a half lakhs. No bank was coming forward to give me any loan.
But by God’s grace, somehow, I was able to start the business because I knew it was my only chance! And when I did, I understood that I had taken a decision backed up by God’s will, and this is my responsibility to make this decision right. When I started this business, I also took an additional decision that for two years, I am not even going home till the point of time I bought the dream house for my mother.
I think those were the most painful yet fruitful two years of my life. After two years, in my third year, when I went home finally, I bought her that house. I also cleared off all the loans.”
On QNET providing a chance to grow in life as a human being
“This business has given me a purpose. It has given me a chance to fulfil all the dreams that I have always aspired to touch since my childhood.
Was it easy? I would not say yes, but it was a beautiful journey. After starting this business, I think when I got a chance to be a part of the In-service brotherhood, I was able to understand myself better. I became a better person, and it gave me a chance to grow in life as a human being. As we all know about the RYTHM foundation, we have a beautiful initiative started by our uplines.
This business taught me that once I decide to make a change, I am in charge. So, it was my responsibility. I wanted to make my life different, so I decided to choose this business, and this business chose me. That is how this journey unfolded into the most incredible years of my life.”
Message to QNET distributors: Keep dreaming
“I am living my dream life. I’m still far off, and I’m still working on and on today. My family can sleep at night without the worry of money. I think that is one of the most incredible gifts this business has given to me. I feel blessed to have my in-laws (my Amma & Daddy), my mother, my brother and sister in law, and most importantly, my husband, who supported me throughout this journey because this business helped me make all our dreams come true. Also, the never-ending love and guidance from my uplines AVP Digvijay (Bhai) and VP Kavita (Ma) made me stronger. Hence, if it can happen to me, it can happen to you too. So keep dreaming. I wish you all the best in life.”
2. Take ownership of your life with VP Adly Hassan
“I was a Civil Engineer before joining QNET. I spent 13 years going to the nine to five job, and I was a bit full of myself because I was the project manager. On the other hand, I was a shy person. I was introverted and quiet, and I didn’t see myself as someone who could do this kind of business.
So, my upline, the person who was supposed to guide me, he’s trying to lead me and show me the way. But I did not trust my upline system. I tried to do it on my own, so I developed my system and struggled for a very long time.”
On a mission to change the world
“So, when I came to my first VCC, I was mesmerised. It gave me a different feeling, different energy and was important in helping me focus during those days. I was listening with an open heart and open mind to every statement, and I knew where I needed to change.
My decision was that when I go back, I would be a good ambassador for my company. I will talk about the truths. I will show people how much I care and how our business is great. I told myself that I would change the world. My mission today, my job now is to go out there and touch people’s lives.”
Practice the system to become a master
“Now, I trust in my upline system, and I do a lot of presentations. I learn how to filter and understand. The more I practice, the more I learn how to ask the right questions. I listen to the answers and go back to my upline with the new questions and new objections. Now, I’m very careful about taking notes of everything. So I analyse, I see why these questions keep coming.
So, it’s all a matter of engaging, trusting back in your upline system; there is nothing wrong with your upline system. The same system that has helped many people to max out. It’s the same system that many people also failed. So, the difference here is how you are going to practice this system. The more you practice, the more you become a master.”