PlanNet Marketing is pleased to welcome Janet Schoen to the 20/20 Club! Janet tells us that she grew up in a relatively small town in west central Ohio called St. Henry, and now resides in the neighboring town of Coldwater, OH.

She continues, “I truly love people. I enjoy getting to know the little things and details about the lives of the people I meet. I enjoy helping people and the satisfaction of working with others. I enjoy gathering information about things I have been exposed to and like to share that information with other people to help them, whether that is to find the good in things or giving help with obstacles in life. I was introduced to this quote in high school, “You win with people,” by Woody Hayes. I have kept that quote close to my heart ever since. 

“I have a love for music. I truly love 80s, 90s, faith-based, jazz and symphony music, and musicals. I enjoy supporting our local high school programs. I believe that music is a true gift to enjoy and enrich our lives.

My earliest travel memory I have is a trip to British Columbia, Canada by car. I was about four or five years old. My father, mother, two brothers, and I made the cross-country trip in my parents’ green ‘77 Chevy!  That trip has given me lasting memories I appreciate. Also, I traveled to Niagara Falls, Canada many times with my parents and we visited Colorado, Kansas, and my uncle in Iowa. These were trips filled with many cornfields and memories. Since being married to my husband, Fred, we have traveled to Hawaii, Cancun, Jamaica, Grand Cayman, Cozumel, Chicago, and Portland, Oregon. We have made numerous trips to the Smoky Mountains, Michigan sand dunes, and we have intentions of continuing our travels with tours to Europe someday.

“I owe my success with PlanNet to the leadership provided to me and my determination in accomplishing my goals. I show up daily consistently. Self-development has been very beneficial to allow good things to come to me. I believe the formula of love for people, working hard, and allowing myself to accept the past, being grateful for the present, and hopeful for the future has helped guide me and will continue to guide me to the next level.”