Rob & Shel Utter
Our Consultants are an amazingly accomplished group of people. This is where you can learn more about their levels, how long they’ve been involved with Ambit, their awards, special recognition and their energetic efforts on behalf of their Customers and fellow Consultants.
Name Rob & Shel Utter
Current Rank Senior Consultant
State New York
Ambit Since 2010
How did you hear about the Ambit Opportunity & what impressed you most?
My awesome Uncle Jon is the only person to ever ask me to take a look at this business opportunity. We are so thankful for that! The quality of the co-founders and marketing materials impressed me, but the only reason I signed up was the fact that this was simply about “energy.”
What is your “WHY” that keeps you focused and motivated the most?
Our primary “Why” is to create a large residual income that will provide financial security and “freedom” for our family, and their families in the future. For us, it really is all about the family.
What do you see for yourself in your future, personally and professionally?
Thankfully, our financial future is already bright because of Ambit and the wonderful people we have met along the way (especially my best friend EC Dave Wilkerson and inspirational leader NC Ray Montie). As Michele and I move forward and achieve the position of Executive Consultant, we want to become a more visible part of Ambit and help our friends and family achieve as much “freedom” as possible.
What was your single most-effective Success Tool, factor or influence for growing your business?
We believe the most effective factor in building a lasting Ambit business is honesty. Jere and Chris have provided us an incredible opportunity and there is no need to embellish the truth or “sell” this business. Just be real with people and respect their circumstances - both those that you get to work with and those who say it’s just not for them.
What advice do you have for new Consultants?
As a baseball fan I’d say, “Stay in the game!” Don’t give up in the first or second inning. Sometimes you don’t taste victory until the bottom of the ninth.