Martene Wallace is a rookie Influencer from Australia known for being real, raw, and unapologetically authentic. She leads from the front alongside her husband Nathan, showing people what is possible and that everything is a CHOICE. They are blessed with three children Zali 9, Maisie 7, and Matai 4. They have been in the profession for four years.
Martene has an amazing ability to bring out the best in people, whilst having as much fun as possible. She has an awesome sense of humour and always finds the positive in every situation and everyone. She loves helping people and believes in having as much fun as possible in the process whilst getting the work done! She absolutely loves seeing people realize what is possible for themselves, build 100% belief, and know they can do anything they set their mind to! One of her favourite words is COURAGE, as this always comes first in everything we do.
Martene fell into Network Marketing, after an amazing product experience and was in denial she was doing the business for the first six months, as she was sharing with family and friends.
Prior to going all-in in Network Marketing, Martene was working full time as a Clinical Nurse Manager and had 75% of her Masters in Critical Care completed. Martene is passionate about sports and played for the Australian School Girls Soccer team. She loves team sports and believes Network Marketing is one of the best team sports on the planet.
In 11 months, Martene’s full time income was replaced, and they have never looked back. They have received company awards for Empowerment, Gen Y Ambassador, and Leadership. They are the highest ranked and top earners for Generation Y in their company, in the wealth creators club, and the millionaire circle. Martene spoke on the millennial panel at Go Pro Recruiting Mastery in 2016 and the Influencer Panel in 2017.
She is SO passionate about our profession and raising the standards. Martene believes Network Marketing is the best kept secret on the planet and also the most misunderstood. She loves educating people, as she wishes someone had sat her down when she was 20 and told her about this business model, residual income, and the endless possibilities.