Jordan Mott, 28, has been on his recovery journey since March 9, 2015. “Getting sober from drugs and alcohol was the best decision I’ve ever made,” he says. He’s become heavily involved in the AA community. Staying sober has allowed him to thrive as an individual and in business. “It’s taught me how to live a life that focuses on love and compassion for others and being selfless rather than self-centered.” One way he gives back is by working as a football coach at a local high school. “I’ve been able to be an example to so many kids. If they work their butt off, they can accomplish anything they want to,” Mott says. Many players follow him on Facebook and ask him about his sales. Mott’s results are eye-popping, with more than $68 million in volume last year. “I may be dropping off flyers at 4:30 a.m. because that’s what it takes to get to the level that I’ve reached,” he says.