New 20/20 Club member Christa Caldwell tells us, “To live life abundantly has always been my focus in life and the travel industry has added great value towards this mission. I am 38 years old, a wife, mother, teacher, and a travel agent. My roots are from Louisville, Kentucky where 98% of my family still resides. However, I was raised in South Orange, NJ; so I am a Jersey girl at heart. 

“I love the performing arts and love working with people, so I guess it is safe to say this is why I must love network marketing. I’ve been in the travel industry for almost four years now and I can’t let it go. When I first came into the industry, I knew that it was the industry that my spirit was calling me into. There were so many loved ones dying and I realized even more that tomorrow isn’t promised and we need to spend as much time as possible with those we love. The travel industry allows for us to do just that. Not only can you travel like an insider but you are also connected with amazing individuals and have access to a self-development program that is second to none. 

“Prior to joining PlanNet Marketing, I was in a previous travel company that taught me the basics. I was successful because I was passionate about travel but I also followed the system. When I decided to make my transition to PlanNet Marketing, I followed PlanNet’s duplicable system, which allows us all to win. I was inspired by many people, but I was the only one who could motivate me. During this time period, it seemed like everything was going crazy in my life but I continued to press through the pain because I saw the promise and I was going to get there. 

I’m so excited to be a part of this amazing company and I know this is just a pit stop for me. I had to start over in the travel industry but I am okay with that because what this company has to offer needs to be shared with everyone who will listen. It is up to us and the faith we have in our creator to live the kind of life that God designed for us. There are many vehicles that can be driven to get there but if you keep driving, eventually you will end up where you belong.”