Hello XC friends, I am Susan Guthrie, originally from Dade City, Florida. I graduated from The University of Georgia with a degree in Horticulture in 1981. I taught high school Horticulture for eight years in Clayton County. I owned Pointe South Flowers and Gifts in Fayetteville, Georgia for ten years. I am married with two children. Our family moved to Cobb County in 1995 and I started Florals To Remember specializing in flowers for weddings. I enjoy gardening, playing tennis, being a Girl Scout leader and volunteering in the community.
When our son was 7 years old he was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome and ADD. We spent the next few years trying to find ways to help him. That is when we found Nikken, The Wellness Home Company. The Nikken technologies, including the sleep system changed his life. I decided to share Nikken with others who were looking for healthy, safe alternative products for health and wellness.
It was at my first XC in Powder Springs nearly ten years ago that I met my partner Ghislaine Smith. She and her sister, Fran Labetant, were the first XC licensees. They made me feel so welcome that I became a regular attendee. I have been to over 200 XC’s and have met some of my closest friends there. I knew one day I would become a licensee when I found out that Bonnie Ross Parker had launched her first XC on my birthday, August 21st in 2002.
It was at the Acworth XC that I learned about Isagenix Nutritional Cleansing products. I have struggled with my weight all of my adult life and knew that I needed to cleanse. I decided to do a 30 Day Program and fell in love with Isagenix. My family and I have released over 150 pounds and feel amazing. I have now added Isagenix to my Wellness Network that I share at The XC. We are very excited to welcome everyone to our Powder Springs home to share the ‘JOY’ of Xperience Connections.
Hi, I’m Geneva Wirtz. I’m a Yankee transplant; born, raised, and educated in Wisconsin. I’m the youngest of 12 and spent my first career as a naval officer. After my retirement, I continued to move around the country trying to figure out where I belonged. I finally moved to Acworth, about seven years ago, at the invitation of my sister. I married a Southerner five years ago and have decided to turn my cheese head in for a peach. I started my Jockey Person to Person business in January and realized that I needed to expand my network of contacts within the local female business community. As I searched the web for a group of kindred souls, I was guided to Xperience Connections website. It is a godsend. My first meeting was March 23, 2013 at Bonnie’s home. The potential impact of the group on my life and business was apparent immediately. I knew that I wanted to maximize the benefits of being part of this incredibly vibrant group of women and signed up to be the leader in Acworth.