Reclaiming The Power of Togetherness

The world has made it through one of the most isolating situations ever imaginable as a result of a virus. During the worst of the pandemic, social distancing became a way of life that meant being physically apart from family, friends, colleagues and everyone else.

Schools, organizations and businesses, including those of AIM Members, had to be managed primarily online, eliminating the personal touch of being physically present with other people.

Not everyone participates in the world of social media and online connecting, so the usual in-person conversations that many AIM independent distributors use for business building were suddenly not an option. Fortunately, normalcy has returned for the most part. Having to avoid people during the pandemic because they (or we) might be potentially contagious has pretty much become a thing of the past.

Being able to reclaim the power of togetherness shows us just how much we missed during the COVID-19 years, even though none of us needed such a devastating turn of events to remind us of the importance of our relationships.

The truth is that our well-being is connected to our bonds with other people. Those connections come in varying degrees of closeness. For example, family and friends that you love and care about, people you see on a regular basis at work and in the marketplace or those who are part of a group you join, such as church, membership or political affiliations. And the longest-running study on the subject confirms the value of these relationships.

The Harvard Study of Adult Development launched in 1938 examined the connection of relationships to our mental and physical well-being. After 85 years, the results reveal that interpersonal relationships are a major factor in keeping people happy and healthy.1

Quality connections, whether with one person or many, impact our health and help us to live longer. But we have to cultivate and maintain those connections just like any living system that needs personal attention. Fortunately, being able to reclaim the power of togetherness allows us to do so.

Network marketing relies on connecting with other people. AIM Members have had their worlds widened through the relationships established by sharing nutrition that works to improve people’s health and wealth. It’s the AIM example of the power of togetherness.


Published by The AIM Companies

The AIM Companies pioneered the use of plants—barley, carrots, and beets—as vehicles to deliver the body concentrated nutrition conveniently. Founded in 1982 in Nampa, Idaho, The AIM Companies has operations in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, providing AIM products to more than 30 countries around the world.

One thought on “Reclaiming The Power of Togetherness

  1. This article reminds us of the importance of social connections for our mental and physical well-being, and how the pandemic has reminded us of what we missed during those isolating times. It’s great to see that we are reclaiming the power of togetherness and cultivating those important relationships again.


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