By simply leading with truth and integrity, the Dallas couple hopes to transform the direct selling industry. Tamara La Salle Allen and Kea Lawson-Johnson, two Dallas businesswomen, came up with the concept for “Live Simple.” “Leading with ethics and creative wellness products, this duo set out to develop a unicorn company and give people the chance to make a few hundred dollars each month simply by sharing things that work.
The formal founder’s launch event will be held on 9/19/2021 from 7 pm to 9 pm at the Urban Creative Center, located at 201 Executive Way #100, Desoto, TX 75115. This is your chance to get in on the ground floor of a direct selling business opportunity. With innovative and practical wellness products, this all-inclusive brand is changing lives. Their SIMPLE CLEANSE and COQ10 energy spray are both effective.
What other products are you launching?
We’re thrilled to introduce our food-grade vitamin inhalers, hunger suppressant caffeine-free tea, COQ10 energy spray, and other products. Our COQ10 is made with nanotechnology liposomes, which allow nutrients to pass through the intestinal lining without being digested.
Personally, only 8 sprays per day are required. With only 8 ingredients, our 15-day cleanse “Simple Cleanse” is a simple but powerful cleanse that is taken before bedtime.
What distinguishes Live Simple from traditional MLMs or direct selling firms?
For starters, we begin with honesty and sell the truth.
Approximately 78 percent of MLM participants do not make any money,
“You can lose all of your money,”
“You can lose some of your money,”
“You can make a little money,”
“You can make a lot of money,”
People will trust you once they know you aren’t selling them dreams. We intended to offer a genuine chance for anyone to participate, regardless of their financial situation. We provide start-up business packages starting at $119 to help you get started.
We concentrate on real-life examples. We can transfer those funds to our bosses and preferred clients in the form of commissions and other incentives since we cut away the influencers. People don’t want “get rich quick” scams; instead, they want to share items that produce results and provide them with additional revenue. Simple living is a direct means for them to transform their own lives and the lives of those they come into contact with.