Location: Atlanta, Georgia
This weekend I was extremely fortunate to fly to Atlanta, Georgia for the 2014 Rodan + Fields Annual Convention. My experience was more than I can put into words. I was able to meet members of my team from all over the United States. I was able to meet my upline, many whom I have only been able to talk with on the phone! They were so genuine and sweet and truly cared about me and my businesses growth. It was nice to know that I was working for a company who cared about its employees and giving back to one another.
Throughout the entire weekend, I was able to hear stories from RFx earners who have been able to change the lives of others since they joined this business. The opportunity they were given has exceeded their wildest expectations and I cannot wait until I am up on stage sharing my success story with the rest of the R+F community. By changing people’s skin I am able to make them feel better about themselves. When a person feels better about themselves they naturally pass that positive attitude forward to others, improving the quality of their lives. When people have a great quality of life, they go on to accomplish amazing things. I want to empower men and women of all ages and walks of life to change the lives of others through great skin.
While I felt that I was able to take away more information from certain training sessions than others, I returned home on Sunday with a completely new attitude about this business. It is truly MY business and I need make sure that I find the time to really focus on it. I am so excited to watch my personal team, preferred customers and even referrals grow over the next 12 months. Anyone who thinks direct sales is not right for them, think again. This company has redefined sales through an E-Commerce platform, with products that basically sell themselves. The decision to dive into this business whole-heartily was the BEST decision I have ever made. The friendships I have developed on this journey will last a lifetime and that is worth more than any paycheck I could ever earn.
Sooner than later,