Laurel Boone

Laurel Boone


I spent my early career years working in 2 Fortune 500 companies (Business Consulting and International Alliances) and truly wanted to climb the Corporate Ladder. I decided after having my first child, I did not want that life for my family. I had several very rewarding jobs after Corporate, but I still did not have the flexibility I so desired. I then took a Director of Marketing and Sales position at a start-up company selling over the counter wound care ointments. I was the only employee and we all know the challenges and stress that brings and was traveling like crazy. When I was pregnant with my second child, my husband and I decided traveling everyday was not safe, so I took a part-time job in preschool ministry at our church and started the first Mother’s Morning Out program. I am still Director of the MMO Program, but knew God had bigger plans for me and our family.


I took a leap of faith with this opportunity because I have always wanted my own business. I wanted a career that would give me flexibility to work around my family’s schedules and provide us with financial freedom. My husband and I had used the products before and we knew that the Drs. had proven products and an amazing reputation in the industry. We did the research on the business model and compensation and incentive plans and realized the doctors were setting everyone up for success. We knew this was the perfect fit for us.


From day one, I saw the potential for immediate success and I wanted to be able to take some of the financial burden off of my husband. I want to help save for our children’s education, give to our church and missions like we have never been able to, and to be free to do extra things that may not be in our budget. I have a heart to help and serve others, I am positioned to provide products and an opportunity that will truly change people’s lives.


Put Christ first and ensure all that I do and say is for His glory. He alone is my source of success! I lead like I want to be led and never ask someone to do something that I myself am not willing to do.


I can do all things through Christ, which strengthens me. Philippians 4:13