Who is helping you?


Dani Johnson famously said, “Documentation beats conversation”.  Recently I volunteered to help a small group of individuals that were serious about their success.  To often leaders in the home business industry tout their own results.  While results are important I would argue it’s more important to know who that leader on stage is really helping.  Or is it mostly a solo ego trip?  If it’s going to be an ego trip at least help someone else.


Read First One:

Dear Stacy,

I just wanted to send you a quick note to thank you for all that you have taught me thru the course of this mentorship group.  First I want to mention how grateful I am that you were willing to teach and train me.  I can’t tell you how many years my husband and I actively hunted for someone who would take us under his wing and teach us how to be successful.  You have been an absolute answer to prayer!!!!  Second, the vast majority of the sales we have made, have occurred since we began with this group.  I KNOW that it was a direct result of the specific, targeted teaching and training you gave.  "Thank you" seems too small a response for the profound changes and successes that have occured in our business and in our personal lives.


Merry Lynn and Steve

Read Second One:

Dear Mr. O’quinn,

Thank you for allowing me to be a part of the Executive Mentor Group and taking time out of your busy schedule to teach us how to become 6-figure income earners and professionals working part time from home. Using one tip from your training I was able to make $18,000 profit in the first 30 days. I have made more money in the first 6 months of this year than I made all of last year and I am able to help more people and work more efficiently. Using your strategic training, I know see that this business is not a lottery ticket, but a path to success for myself and generations to come. Without the Executive Mentor Group I would have given up when things were tough this year for me and my family. You gave me the accountability and vision to push through and enjoy what I do. I cannot thank you enough.

Thank you for all you do. It is truly an honor to be in business with you!

Mindy Sartin

Read Third One:

Hi Stacy,

Wow wow wow!!!   This was an absolutely incredible training that you have guided us through.  I couldn’t have possibly imagined that this executive mentor group would have had the impact that it did ~ on my business, and on my life.  Through the strategies you have taught us, I have seen CONSISTENT growth in my business.   I now have team members who are focused on becoming leaders for their team.  My personal life has been impacted beyond words.  I have realized how much my family believes in me and supports me.  

Thank your for keeping me accountable, thank you for the strategies and guidance you presented, thank you for believing in me and encouraging me…thank you for pushing my limits…thank you for your hand in my success, and my team’s success.  You promised that you would change lives  ~ and you delivered on that promise, beyond what I could have EVER imaged.


Trish Roberts
Platinum Sales Director

Read Fourth One:


I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for the Executive Mentor Group. I know that your time was voluntary – you were not paid for what  you did – but you could have been. All that you taught me and exampled for me has changed my business and my life in ways I didn’t know were possible before being part of this group.

As I applied the training that you taught, I generated $52,610 in 25 weeks! I have become for confident, consistent, and committed as a result of being part of this group. I have learned to work more efficiently, which has given me more time for my family and more time and money to enjoy life and reduce money-related stress issues. I have started taking vacations again with my family, and in turn, been able to help others more.

Because of your leadership, all this has become possible, a reality for me. Thank you very much. If anyone has the opportunity arise to be able to work with you directly in such a setting, I sincerely hope for their sake that they see the value in it and jump to take advantage of it.

Heather LeFoll

It is hard but empowering to exchange fear for faith.

You have to be helping someone!  Heather Lefoll, Trish Roberts, Mindy Sartin and Steve and Merry Lynn Sheppard are all amazing people.  The fact is me helping them had very little to do with me and every thing to do with them and the decisions they made.  See leadership and success are specific and predictable.  Many will hear the message on what to do and how to step up to the plate but only a few ever get a chance to swing for the fence. 

It’s been a true blessing working with everyone that has decided to step up and be part of the executive mentor group so far!  Thank You!

Stacy O’Quinn

P.S. I pasted each email exactly how I got it with no corrections even for typos.  Why because I make the same mistakes we are all real people.  God Bless.

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