From Goals to Elite 10 Glory

Our 2014 Elite 10 inspire you to turn big goals into big results!

Our Elite 10 Coaches accomplished truly incredible things in 2014. But what led them to the promised land of the Coaching ranks? In a word, goals. They bravely put their goals into action and skyrocketed to the top of the leaderboards.

Join us as they spill their secrets and give us a glimpse of what it takes to achieve greatness. So without further ado, we proudly present our prestigious Elite 10…

What's your personal Coach motto?

"You can have anything you want if you're willing to work for it!"
– Amy Silverman, 9 Star Diamond
"If you believe in yourself and are willing to consistently work harder than anyone else, you're going to be a goal-reaching machine!"
– Brittany LeGette Shumard, 10 Star Diamond
"When passion, value, focus and humility come together, your life is truly ignited."
– Carly Del Carlo, 5 Star Diamond
"Making a difference everyday (MADE)."
– Melissa McAllister, 15 Star Diamond
"I want every person I work with to understand what they're capable of and to have the courage to dream again."
– Micah Folsom, 10 Star Diamond
"Dream it. Believe it. Achieve it."
– Lori Stuart, 8 Star Diamond
"Consistency over time is what brings about success in all that you do."
– Melanie Mitro, 15 Star Diamond
"Your income will always reflect the number of lives you change."
– Lindsay Matway, 15 Star Diamond
"The only way you can fail is if you give up!"
– Anita Miron, 10 Star Diamond
"The choices we make anchor our lives to the dreams we plan."
– Alyssa Schomaker, 15 Star Diamond

What three things would you attribute your success as a Coach to?

"My belief in the products, company and opportunity. My willingness to share my life with others. And my creativity and ability to think outside the box."
– Amy Silverman
"A belief that my Team and I could help a lot of people, and a willingness to work harder than most—even on the tough days."
– Brittany LeGette Shumard
"Success Club 10, staying passionate about health and fitness and creating a culture within our Team."
– Melissa McAllister
"Wanting to see my challengers and Coaches reach their goals. A relentless work ethic. Surrounding myself with a Team of like minded, inspiring individuals."
– Micah Folsom
"Being consistently consistent. Keeping it real. Never giving up."
– Lori Stuart
"Consistency, passion and determination. When I set my mind to something, I won't stop until I get there."
– Melanie Mitro
"Consistency, persistence and never becoming complacent."
– Lindsay Matway
"Belief in myself, belief in Beachbody and belief in my Team."
– Anita Miron
"Building relationships. My 'Why' is to improve the health in this country."
– Alyssa Schomaker

What's one thing you would tell a new Coach to start doing today?

"Talk to people! Get out there and start building relationships!"
– Amy Silverman
"Practice the 3 Vital Behaviors and stay connected to your Team!"
– Brittany LeGette Shumard
"Start telling your story! It's the single most powerful thing you have."
– Carly Del Carlo
"Start sharing the strides, struggles and solutions of your fitness journey."
– Melissa McAllister
"Work the hardest on yourself! You'll grow into the person that can crush any goal you set out for."
– Micah Folsom
"Make it non-negotiable to hit Success Club every month, get into a Coach Basics program and become a product of the product."
– Melanie Mitro
"Take Personal Development seriously. Change happens from the inside out."
– Lindsay Matway
"Don't try to re-invent the wheel. Chances are if it's working for your Coach, it will work for you."
– Anita Miron

What advice would you give about goal setting?

"Figure out what you want this business to help you do. Write it down, cut it into small parts and go to work."
– Brittany LeGette Shumard
"I live by this quote from James Cameron: 'If you set your goals ridiculously high and it's a failure, you will fail above everyone else's success."
– Carly Del Carlo
"Put your goals out there. Accountability and support are necessary for success."
– Melissa McAllister
"Set those SMART goals. Specific, measurable, attainable and realistic."
– Lori Stuart
"Goals are not set in stone. They're meant to be evaluated, changed and massaged."
– Melanie Mitro
"Set goals that you have control of. Break down the actionable steps you can be taking to get closer to your goal."
– Lindsay Matway
"Set small goals you can achieve every month. Then, set big goals and put them all over your home to remind you what you're working so hard for."
– Anita Miron
"Set big, scary goals. I visualize my goals every morning and have them written in multiple places."
– Alyssa Schomaker

Do you set daily, monthly or weekly goals?

"I set one huge goal for the year and each quarter. Also, having a plan each week is a great way to stay organized."
– Carly Del Carlo
"Yes I do. I set goals for recruitment and Success Club points."
– Melissa McAllister
"I have monthly 'no matter what' goals and big yearly goals, but I do better taking it one day at a time."
– Lori Stuart
"I set weekly and monthly goals. I have a daily to-do list of what I want to accomplish with my business hours."
– Melanie Mitro
"I set a goal for how many challengers I want to help per month, per week, per day."
– Anita Miron

Did you set specific goals to reach the Top 10 Elite?

"Last year I said I would do .01% more than everyone else and it worked! This year I plan to double my efforts."
– Amy Silverman
"I wanted to grow a Team; a family of people who all believed in the same vision."
– Carly Del Carlo
"It wasn't one of my goals for a long time, but once it was on the radar, we figured we may as well seal the deal!"
– Micah Folsom
"I worked with that purpose in mind. But it happened very organically because I was focused on my Team growth."
– Melanie Mitro
"I focused on increasing my number of Success Club qualifiers."
– Lindsay Matway
"Setting my family free from hardship, that was the goal. Top 10 just fell in line with that."
– Anita Miron
"Working with the willing and helping them achieve their goals helped me achieve mine."
– Alyssa Schomaker

What do you do when you fall short of a goal?

"Move the goal date and get back to work."
– Amy Silverman
"I'm cool with failing!"
– Carly Del Carlo
"Pout! But then I go back and see where the shortcoming was and learn from it."
– Melissa McAllister
"I evaluate the situation and come up with a better game plan to make it happen."
– Micah Folsom
"Get up and try again. Pushing harder for a goal and missing gets you closer than where you would have been otherwise."
– Lori Stuart
"Shake it off and learn from the mistake. I re-strategize and keep at it until I reach it."
– Lindsay Matway
"I take a day off! Then I look back and see what I could have done to improve."
– Anita Miron

What changes did you make to your business last year to help you achieve Top 10?

"I didn't change a thing! I just got better at what I was already doing!
– Amy Silverman
"I began leading with integrity, passion and focused on being me."
– Carly Del Carlo
"I recognized those Coaches plugging in and hitting Success Club each month."
– Melissa McAllister
"I put a strong emphasis on the importance of Success Club."
– Micah Folsom
"Working with my new Coaches, getting them started right, creating quality content to train my Team."
– Melanie Mitro
"I focused on quality vs. quantity when it came to signing up new Team members!"
– Lindsay Matway
"I made my business a well-oiled machine. I set up systems so my Team could do the very same things that I do."
– Anita Miron
"The zoom calls were crucial to my success. That personal connection is priceless."
– Alyssa Schomaker

What does being in the top 10 mean to you?

"It means my Team kicked major butt last year! It also means I did my job when it comes to on-boarding challengers and Coaches."
– Amy Silverman
"It means my Team pulled together to create something amazing in 2014. We did it together."
– Carly Del Carlo
"It means my Team is helping a ton of people. That's what it's all about!"
– Micah Folsom
"It means my Team is pretty awesome—they're the reason for this honor."
– Lori Stuart
"I'm not a Top Coach alone; I've got my entire Team by my side."
– Melanie Mitro
"It means I'm leading by example and duplicating that success within my Team!"
– Lindsay Matway
"It symbolizes hope. With support, accountability and an online community, you can do more than you ever realized."
– Alyssa Schomaker

How will your mindset change now that you're in the Top 10?

"I plan to work harder and make less excuses."
– Amy Silverman
"I'll commit to empowering my Team to go for what they want and remind them that every one matters."
– Brittany LeGette Shumard
"I'm even more confident in my abilities as a leader now."
– Carly Del Carlo
"I want to be a better leader and help my Coaches achieve their goals."
– Lori Stuart
"I plan to continue to grow personally so I can pay forward this blessing to as many others as possible!"
– Lindsay Matway
"I intend on improving every aspect of my business. I'm proud of myself, but have so much more work to do!"
– Anita Miron
"It hasn't really changed, but I do believe more in the power of one person being able to make a difference."
– Alyssa Schomaker

What's your advice when it comes to inviting new customers to Challenge Groups?

"Don't make your whole social media brand simply about fitness."
– Amy Silverman
"Share your story and help others see that the progress you've experienced is possible for them."
– Brittany LeGette Shumard
"Remember to be interested—not interesting! Find a way to connect to people and add value to their lives."
– Carly Del Carlo
"Relate, relate, relate. Be compassionate to those being brave enough to reach out."
– Melissa McAllister
"Put a huge focus on building new relationships. That way you can invite people naturally and not sound 'spammy-like'."
– Micah Folsom
"Be real. Just pretend you're chatting with a friend."
– Lori Stuart
"Get over your fear of rejection and do it! What's the worst that can happen?"
– Melanie Mitro
"Know your value and lead with what you bring to the table. The products simply sell themselves!"
– Lindsay Matway
"Start by building friendships through social media. Then see if an opportunity for Coaching presents itself."
– Alyssa Schomaker