New ProArgi-9 Plus Page

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Notice anything new on the Synergy Corporate Website? Look again? That’s right, there is a new section dedicated exclusively to ProArgi-9 Plus! This esthetically pleasing site expounds on the benefits of nitric oxide, l-arginine, and the other ingredients of this amazing product. Find out more about Dr. Joe, watch a video from Dan Higginson, and solidify your understanding of ProArgi-9’s many cardiovascular benefits.

Click here to access the new site.


Good News for Canada

Monday, March 29, 2010

The Canada website is up and running! You now have access to pertinent information specific to your market as well as access to exclusive products packs.

Along with the website launch, we are rolling out three brand new product packs designed to provide you with greater options for your Autoship and product purchases.

ProArgi-9 Plus and Mistica are two of our most popular products so we are now offering combination packs* for you to enjoy. Each of these packs contains one canister ProArgi-9 Plus and one bottle of Mistica for 80CV. This fulfills your standard Autoship requirement and offers you a significant discount as you purchase the products in a pack. Call Customer Service at 801-431-7660 to order your Canada Cardio pack today.

SU 75849 Canada Cardio Pack (Mixed Berry ProArgi-9 Plus) – $95, 80CV
SU 75850 Canada Cardio Pack (Citrus Berry ProArgi-9 Plus) – $95, 80CV
SU 75851 Canada Cardio Pack (Single Serving ProArgi-9 Plus) – $95, 80CV

*These packs are only available for our Team Members in Canada.


Friday Fun Read: Quick and Dirty Tips

Friday, March 26, 2010

Life is busy. Everyday we juggle full-time work, home-based business, family, school, and so many other things that fill our time. We fill our lives with good and necessary things but the culmination can lead to stress and frustration.

In light of life’s stress, would you like some tips on time-management and productivity? Check out the Quick and Dirty Tips to Work Less and Do more from the Get-It-Done Guy. The podcasts and articles offer suggestions on organization, work, time management, and relationships.

Check it out and see how you can improve your personal productivity.


Health Tip of the Week

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

The sun is shinning again and it’s finally warming up enough to be outside. Take advantage of the extra daylight and the rising temperatures to get out and get some exercise. Not only will it help you trim up after a long winter indoors, but exercise will help you focus better, will help your heart, and will make you healthier and happier overall. Take a walk or jog, jump on a bike, or play a sport, and don’t let these beautiful spring days pass you by.


Synergy WorldWide Supports the Now I Can RUN to WALK

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Synergy is a proud sponsor of Now I Can, a foundation that offers physical therapy for disabled children so that they can reach their physical goals and achieve greater independence. The contributions of Synergy Corporate, Team Members, and 5 Star Legacy Foundation help make it possible for Now I Can to continue to serve special needs children at the lowest cost possible to their families.

Now I Can builds their Ability Fund through two annual events: the RUN to WALK 5K and Fun Run and a benefit concert every fall. This year’s RUN to WALK event is being held on May 8, 2010 in Provo, UT. The 5K race/1 mile fun run is an event to be enjoyed by the whole family. There will be music, food, raffled prizes, and games following the race as well as cash prizes for the top finishers of the 5K.

You are invited to join us for the 2010 RUN to WALK. Details and a map of the race along with race registration can be found at the Now I Can website. Thank you for your support of this event. Together we can help provide a better life for children in need.


May 8, 2010 at 8 a.m.
1675 N Freedom Blvd. #10B
Provo, UT 84064
Cost: $15 for 5K, $10 for 1 mile
(Groups of 5 can register for the
5K for $65 per group)
Register at


Friday Fun Read: What is success in MLM and network marketing really all about?

Friday, March 19, 2010

What is success in MLM and network marketing really all about? Is it all about making money, or starting a home business of our own?

“…one human being caring about the goals and successes of another…”

What about building enough extra income to take care of a new car note, or perhaps a full-time income that lets you quit your job when you want? Is this what success in network marketing and MLM is all about?

Consider a few of the components that go into building a successful MLM business:

* a strong, stable, and reputable company

* quality products with value and appeal that make people come back for more

* an organized, well thought out system for success that even total newcomers to MLM
can follow

* prospecting tools, leads, and more leads

All of these things are vital to developing a profitable business and building a well-equipped downline team.

However, when it comes down to it, what is success in MLM really all about? (I say this repeatedly because it can’t be repeated often enough)

It’s all about building long-term relationships with your downline team, and your customers. That’s the most important thing. If you build friendships and loyalty, you’ll be rewarded with motivated team members who will stick with you and not be easily distracted to other home business opportunities.

Think about how you manage your business now. Do you make it a point to communicate regularly with people in your downline? When I say “communicate” I mean more than an occasional broadcast email or newsletter that goes to everyone. I mean a personal phone call, or at least a personal email.

“It’s all about building long-term relationships with your…team and customers.”

I still remember a network marketing opportunity I joined several years ago. This was one of the most highly rated online business opportunities at the time. I signed up and immediately got a canned email via autoresponder, with my sponsor’s name as the sender. Over the next month I got several more automated emails from this sponsor.

However, despite the fact that I showed strong interest and in fact advanced a couple of notches in the marketing plan, I never got a personal call or email from this guy or anyone else upline. Not long after that, a unique opportunity came along and it was a no brainer – nobody in my upline seemed to care, so I chose to become involved with a different network marketing business. I have remained with that opportunity to this day.

I guess the best way to put it is this – all the great products, tools, leads, and endless potential in the world is not worth much in MLM and network marketing unless you focus on building the relationships and supporting your team and customers in a personal way. Not just autoresponders and occasional email broadcasts, but a true relationship. One human being caring about the goals and success of another and helping them do something about it.

“…focus on building the relationships…in a personal way.”

(Article by: Network Marketing Now; June 3, 2009)


John and Karen Hewlett- Synergy’s Newest Pearl Executives

Thursday, March 18, 2010

John Hewlett speaks about how he reached the level of Pearl Executive and how he is continuing toward his goal to save a million lives.


Stewart’s Executive Message

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Team Members,

Last week, most of the country took a leap forward in time. With the advance of the clock, we gave up an hour in exchange for longer days. At Synergy, we are springing forward not just the hours of the day but also our business and sales. But unlike the time change where we are robbed of an hour, we don’t lose anything in the leap. We are only gaining light each day, growing bigger and brighter as a company.

Despite the fact that February is the shortest month of the year, we saw volume increases in the double digits! Our volume is up over 20% from February of 2009. This short month brought the highest number of activations of new Team Members than we’ve had in over three years! How’s that for leaping forward. We are in the middle of an exciting season and our growth will continue to lengthen with the spring and summer days. Already our volume in March is up more than 15% from February’s high numbers and we will probably double the volume and more than triple activations from March 2009.

During the month of February, we had an inspiring Regional Event in Grand Junction, CO, where Dr. Joe, Dianne Leavitt, and Dan Higginson presented to an enthusiastic crowd. We launched Dan Higginson’s Founder’s Training program, announced the 2011 Legacy Retreat to Maui, and introduced a new activation promotion in Canada. This month we are gearing up to our Recognition Evening in April. This will be a spectacular event for everyone! Please register and prepare to attend; I promise it will be worth your while.

This is a time of energized activity and momentum. Jim Collins illustrates our experience with the flywheel concept in his book Good to Great. Jim explains, “Picture a huge, heavy flywheel. It’s a massive, metal disk mounted horizontally on an axle. It’s about 100 feet in diameter, 10 feet thick, and it weighs about 25 tons. That flywheel is your company. Your job is to get that flywheel to move as fast as possible, because momentum—mass times velocity—is what will generate superior economic results over time.”

At the start, “the flywheel is at a standstill. To get it moving, you make a tremendous effort. You push with all your might, and finally you get the flywheel to inch forward. After two or three days of sustained effort, you get the flywheel to complete one entire turn. You keep pushing, and the flywheel begins to move a bit faster. It takes a lot of work, but at last the flywheel makes a second rotation. You keep pushing steadily. It makes three turns, four turns, five, six. With each turn, it moves faster, and then—at some point, you can’t say exactly when—you break through. The momentum of the heavy wheel kicks in your favor. It spins faster and faster, with its own weight propelling it. You aren’t pushing any harder, but the flywheel is accelerating, its momentum building, its speed increasing.”

This gradual building and moving is what makes Synergy so strong. It is not overnight success that builds momentum or a sure foundation. There is not one moment when the light turns on and the instantaneous growth occurs. Rather it is a gradual process. We are pushing, working, and turning, and eventually the effort builds on its own and can take over. It is proven success through continual accomplishments, accountability, and credibility. That is what Synergy is doing.

Jim continues: “Why does the Flywheel Effect work? Because more than anything else, real people in real companies want to be part of a winning team. They want to contribute to producing real results. They want to feel the excitement and the satisfaction of being part of something that just flat-out works. When people begin to feel the magic of momentum—when they begin to see tangible results and can feel the flywheel start to build speed—that’s when they line up, throw their shoulders to the wheel, and push. And that’s how change really happens.

“If I were running a company today,” Jim says, “I would have one priority above all others: to acquire as many of the best people as I could. … My flywheel is going to start to turn. And the single biggest constraint on the success of my organization is the ability to get and to hang on to enough of the right people.”

One of Synergy’s greatest strengths is that we have formed a team of the best people. As our momentum builds, more and more new leaders are emerging and are joining our team, accelerating our spinning flywheel. During the month of February we saw new top leaders take their place among Synergy’s elite. Gerri Fox and Marty Holker each hit the rank of Team Manager. This is not an easy feat and Marty qualified in less than 75 days in the business.

We celebrated a new Pearl Executive team, John and Karen Hewlett. The husband/wife duo reached this rank by truly becoming products of the product—they educate everyone on the benefits of ProArgi-9 Plus and teach others how to make money by sharing the product. John is constantly hitting the road and the airports so that he can be face to face with his group. He understands that there is no substitution for in person contact, and it is this principle in practice that has helped John build such a solid team. John and Karen are excellent examples of selfless leadership—they understand that it takes an entire team to succeed and they put their focus outward.

These new leaders are among many hard working Team Members who hit new PIN levels during the month of February. Congratulations to each of our rank advancements!


John & Karen Hewlett


Zion Ventures LP


Deborah A Kraut
Linda Kindred
Living Without Disease Inc


Elaine M Teune
Randy Ash
Percheron Priority Carriers Inc.


Alexus Johnston
Dylan Johnston
Help Partnership
Brian Kerbs
Susan R. Weeks
Bess Weber
Seven Seals LP
Miriam Sedgwick
Toni W. Holt


Flat Mountain Marketing LLC
Arthur Ray Deere
Asset Managemnet and Leasing
Healing Hearts Institute
Matthew R Weeks
Rolando Rodriguez
Deborah Toschi
Dan Gwynn
Marlene Elsmore


No More Cardio Vascular Disease
100 K Team Inc
Jim Downey
Como Investments
Frogley Chiropractic of Utah
Angelo S. and Arlene Cici
Kathryn Page
Bill Milton
Mika Tozer
Anthony Taylor
True Esthetics
Red 2 Black Financial LLC
Dave Gibb
Robert Hilke Jr
James Judkins
John Ballou
Living Balance Studios LLC
Leverage Investments
Heide Boyd
Linda Goldthwaite
Shellrich Management, LLC
R Wilson
Rob Yundt
Hyland Enterprises
Solett Smith

Thank you for helping make February one of our best months yet. We make a great team and we will continue to push this company to greater momentum and success. Keep springing forward and we will see you in April at the Recognition Event!

All the best,

Stewart Rutter
Vice-President of Sales


VP Stewart Rutter gets excited about the upcoming Gold Camp

Thursday, March 11, 2010


Congratulations John and Karen Hewlett!

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Stewart Rutter, Vice President of Synergy WorldWide, congratulates John and Karen Hewlett, the newest Team Members to reach the level of Pearl Executive.


Tips on Living a Nutritious Lifestyle

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

March is National Nutrition Month so let’s celebrate by taking steps toward a more healthy lifestyle. Living healthily is about making small changes that can have a big affect. The process to better health doesn’t have to be dramatic or intimidating: simply take more steps throughout the day or really take the stairs like you promised yourself you would, eat out one less meal a week, and have an extra glass of water.

Here are a few tips to make healthy changes to your daily routine:

Seek out ways to move your body: turn off the t.v., walk more, pace while you talk on the phone, do some chores, take the long way to the mail box.

Eat better: add fruits to your cereal and salad and veggies to your sandwich or pizza; eat more orange and dark green vegetables; switch to low-fat foods whenever there is an option; make half your grains whole; choose lean protein; read the labels on foods and look for foods low in saturated fats and trans fats.

Consider this: If you eat 100 more calories a day than you burn, you’ll gain about 1 pound in a month. That’s about 12 pounds in a year. The bottom line is that to lose weight and stay healthy, it’s important to reduce calories and increase physical activity.

The food and physical activity choices you make today will affect your health and how you feel today and in the future.


Advice for physicians on using ProArgi-9 Plus

Tuesday, March 09, 2010

Dr. Craig Buhler, former team chiropractor for the Utah Jazz (NBA), speaks about how ProArgi-9 Plus has impacted his practice.


Team Elite Eric Glenn gives insight into the power of communication

Friday, March 05, 2010


Health Tip of the Week:

Thursday, March 04, 2010

Life is about balance. Getting sufficient exercise, eating right, developing your personal and familial relationships, and taking preventative health measures will help you find success in your career and in life. Who will perform better, someone who spends 10 hours in the office, hits the nearest fast food joint or vending machine for lunch, and comes home, grabs a drink, and hits the couch to unwind, or someone who gets a full night’s rest, eats well, has a good workout, and spends time with family? All these elements are related, and by focusing on all areas—fitness, nutrition, relationships, career, and health—instead of burning out in one, you will perform better and discover success all around.


March Open House

Thursday, March 04, 2010

Our next Open House is set to take place Friday, March 19, 2010, at our Corporate Headquarters. This is a great chance to visit our new office, tour our manufacturing facilities, meet the corporate staff, participate in training sessions, and become more intimately acquainted with Synergy WorldWide. Join us for a wonderful event of learning and fun!

During the Open House, Dr. J Joseph Prendergast will present the cardiovascular strength and benefits offered by ProArgi-9 Plus. The event is FREE and open to all but please pre-register to get your name on the list.

Agenda for the Open House*

o 1:00-1:30 pm– Welcome and Corporate Tours
o 1:30-3:30– NSP Manufacturing Tours
o 3:45-4:00– Mix and Mingle at the Corporate Office
o 4:00-4:45– Synergy Story
o 4:45-5:30– Business Opportunty
o 5:30-7:00– Break
o 7:00-8:00– ProArgi-9 Plus presentation with Dr. Joe Prendergast and Dr. Craig Buhler
o 8:00-9:30– Evening Social

*Note: All events will take place at our new Corporate Office: 1955 W. Grove Parkway, Pleasant Grove, UT 84062.


April Recognition Evening

Wednesday, March 03, 2010

The quickly approaching Recognition Evening will be a spectacular event full of great food, entertainment, and prestigious awards. Team Members will be recognized for their rank advancements from September 2009 to March 2010 and for their overall achievements. It’s a chance to be on stage in the spotlight!


March is National Nutrition Month

Monday, March 01, 2010

March is National Nutrition Month. As we work to build up our health and nutrition as well as our body’s ability to fight intruding viruses, it is important that we consume essential vitamins and minerals. Our diets often don’t provide all the nutrients we need so we have to supplement with powerful products such as Synergy’s Germanium Plus.

Germanium is a mineral found in the soil and in many healing herbs and foods such as Aloe Vera, garlic, mushroom, and ginseng. Among its many benefits, Germanium is known to
• initiate healthy oxygen flow in the body’s tissues,
• increase the body’s own endorphins,
• enhance the body’s natural resistance to viruses,
• promote energy and stamina, and
• aid the body in detoxifying heavy metals.

Synergy’s Germanium Plus is an essential immune support supplement that offers you the many benefits of this powerful mineral in an easily consumable capsule form. During the month of March, you take advantage of Germanium’s amazing benefits through a special offer: anyone on Autoship Elite (USA and Canada) can purchase Germanium Plus at a greatly discounted price of only $40 (10 CV).* The regular price of Germanium Plus is $75, so this is a $35 savings!

Don’t miss this opportunity to experience Germanium and to stock up on this great product. Call Customer Service today at 801-431-7660 to order.

SU70456 Germanium Plus $40 (10 CV)

*This offer is available above and beyond autoship orders during the month of March or while supplies last.