Stefan Rodriguez and Diana & Ed Alcocer

Wednesday, March 10 2021 from 02:00 am to 02:30 am


 

Ed & Diana Alcocer

Ed and Diana Alcocer from Mission, Texas joined Kynect to help their daughters graduate from college debt-free and create perpetual income for their future. Ed has been self-employed for the past 25 years as the owner of an architect company. Diana retired in 2008 after serving 35 years in education, the last 11 years as an elementary school principal. Today, Diana is very active serving her local church pantry with monthly fundraising activities and a Board Member of the Mission Chamber of Commerce.

Their goals within Kynect are to become Top Leaders, serve as a resource tool with their Associates and inspire others to reach their personal goals. Thanks to Kynect, the Alcocers have been able to donate to people in need through their local church pantry and various charities without dipping into their household account. 

"It is comforting to know that you have a dependable income," Diana said. "Kynect has been such a blessing in our lives, and it has allowed us to live a more stress-free life with freedom to do more."


 

Stefan Rodriguez

In a funny paradox, the motives that led Stefan to join Kynect are the exact same reasons that kept him initially from getting started: time and money. Having a short supply of both, Stefan was reluctant to enter the world of Kynect at first; however, his career in the retail world provided plenty of incentive to try something new. 

Stefan states, “I could never make commitments to my family because work always interfered. Holidays and weekends were just another day of work while my family spent time without me.” 

Thanks to Kynect, his outlook is now much more positive. 

“There doesn’t seem to be a way to measure just what we can accomplish with The Opportunity. It will create a comfortable and exciting life and retirement for our family and for generations to come.”


 

As with any business, results may vary. In 2017, the average associate earned $178.07 while Engaged associates earned $1,139. To learn more about “average” versus “engaged” Associates, please visit www.wekynect.com/IncomeDisclosure.