Sommai & Kait Jungtrakun

Sommai & Kait Jungtrakun – Kangzen Top Earners


I often wonder what to write about with my profiles on MLM top earners. You want information on who these individuals are, but I like to include something (a story, motivational message, inspiring tidbit) that will make you think, a reflection you might say. So, I am trying to figure out what to say before I jump into Sommai & Kait Jungtrakun and Kangzen.


I think what I am going to talk about is letting go, especially when everything is going south…LOL. I know it can be really difficult. I am the type, when things don’t go as plan, or the way I want them to go, I am upset. Okay, I know that’s messed up. But hey, I’m a work in progress….what can I say?


As I have gotten older, I have learned not to get so bent out of shape. This is a sign of maturity. I grew up. Additionally, I saw others who acted “ugly” when they didn’t get their way, and it wasn’t a pretty picture. Then I knew what I looked like when I acted the same way.


Plus, it takes a lot of energy to get upset all the time. This is the truth. When you find yourself getting upset when you don’t get your way, you will be upset most of the day. Because the truth of the matter is: life will not go your way A LOT of times. There is a saying that goes: if you want to make God laugh, make plans.


The rock group the Eagles said it best when it said “take it easy.” Do you know that stress cuts years off your life? I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to shave any years of my life if I can help it. As long as I am blessed to be on this earth, then I take that time and cherish it.


There are people who I know can’t accept when things don’t go their way, and some of these folks are quite old. I have a relative, who is in her 70s, and when she brags about how everything must go her way. If it doesn’t, there is hell to pay (her words). She has the maturity level of a five-year old. And let me tell you, being around her isn’t pleasant at all. She claims she doesn’t know why none of our relatives, including me, don’t want to be around her.


I would rather not be like her. Her disposition is horrible, and she has the attitude that not only should everything go her way, but she is owed it. Another way to put it is she doesn’t like when you tell her no. Yes, this is a senior who acts like this. And the even better part is that she doesn’t have any problem telling you no.


As a matter of fact, I have heard from her children that she has done things out of spite. For example, when her daughter was in college, she need help for one month on her rent, so she called her mother (my relative), and asked to borrow the money. She told her she would help. Two weeks passed by, and she hadn’t heard from her mother.


Towards the end of the month, she called her mother and asked her did she send the rent money. My relative told her no she didn’t, and she told her daughter the following, “I have just been waiting to stick it to you.” When she told me this, I couldn’t believe it. What type of mother would tell her child something like this? Why in the world didn’t she just tell her no in the first place?


But this is the type of person she is, and this is why she is lonely. She is very distant from her children, and they really don’t want anything to do with her. I know this sound harsh, but when you are the type of individual that never has anything nice to say, unless you want a favor, then it shouldn’t be any surprise.


Enough about that…it is serving as a killjoy for my blog…LOL. My point is that as long as you breathe on this earth, everything you want to go as planned won’t, so deal with it.


I think I need vacation. I’m serious. I wouldn’t mind right now to be on some beautiful beach with a fruity concoction in my hand. A nice, light breeze blowing in from the ocean, while I read a book I have wanted to get started on for months. Sounds great, right?


Could you use a break? We all could. I know the world tells you to work, work, work, and this is okay. You have to possess a solid work ethic in order to get where you want to be in life. Every once in a while, you need to exhale to release any pent-up emotions. The truth of the matter is, it doesn’t have to be something as costly as a vacation. When you are feeling stressed, and need to let go, find a quite spot and chill. You can take pleasure with a cup of tea, a glass of wine, or a good cup of coffee.


I bet there were plenty of times Sommai & Kait Jungtrakun needed to relax. This dynamic duo is top MLM earners for Kangzen, and they earn $110,000.00 a month in income. Their hard work ethic and devotion to Kangzen network marketing business has earned them a spot in the Kangzen Centurion Millionaire Class.




If you have never heard of Kangzen, let me introduce you to this inspiring multilevel marketing business. Kangzen ( was established in 1993 by Mr. Komsakthana Ampanyuth. His goal was to help the people of Southeast Asia built a sustainable career and wealth. This not only assist individuals in having a better life, but it also helps the Kangzen business to grow.


This MLM company focuses on helping customers become healthier from the inside out with innovative health and beauty products. Business is booming for Kangzen! In Thailand, this relationship marketing business has over 77 branches. Currently, there are offices Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao, and Myanmar.


The objective with Kangzen multilevel marketing business is to help all the people in the Asian Economics Community (AEC) countries. Kangzen wants to be the most-trusted MLM business in the industry.




If you want to know if you have what it takes to be a Kangzen consultant, then read on. These folks love people who want a brighter future, are open-minded, dedicated to success, and possess a care for family and others. In return, Kangzen gives you time and financial freedom, personal growth, secured income, and a chance to work with a network marketing business that possesses solid business ethics. Kangzen wants to be the vehicle to give you a better life.


In order to get your home-based business started, you don’t even need a whole lot of money with Kangzen. The start-up cost is affordable, and you can get your Kangzen products at a deep discount. There is no reason for you not to give Kangzen a chance.


As an entrepreneur, you don’t ever have to buy big shipments of products. With so many branches available, you  can get what you need, when you need it. If you are new to direct selling, that’s not a problem. Everything you need to know to get you started as an entrepreneur, you will learn in training seminars, classes, and from the top earners and leaders.


One thing Kangzen stresses, and I have heard this before from other multilevel marketers, and that is to not think of MLM as selling. What you are doing is telling your story about your experiences with Kangzen and its products to draw people in. This is how you create your loyal customer base. You get a few people who will use the products for the rest of their lives.


Kangzen is set up to be a part-time job that is great for those seeking to earn extra income. This is not to say that you can’t do MLM full-time. If you’re a regular on my blog, then you know that there are plenty of folks who started in direct sales looking to pay a mortgage, pay off a credit card, or pay off a car note. Every last one of these individuals saw how good the money is, and they decided to go full-time and operate their own home-based business.


Kangzen compensation plan works similar to other network marketing companies. As an independent distributor, you earn money for every product that you sell. If you customer decides to become a Kangzen consultant, you will get a bonus for every product that your recruit is able to sell. This is how you get that endless flow of income.


So, as you can see, letting go and relaxing can be a good thing. It can open you mind up to a better life and opportunities. But this will only happen after you admit you have got to shape up, make some changes, and get moving. You deserve a stress-free, comfortable life. And in the end, that is all that really matters.