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Becky Lindley – We Are the Choices We Make

Posted by on Wednesday, March 4th, 2015

How we choose to spend our time defines the spirit of who we are. It’s the small moments in particular—when a stranger holds a door open or when a friend stays behind to clean up after a party—that we see someone’s true character shine through. Whether it is dedication to a special cause or the inclination to put others first, our individual passions set each of us apart from one another. The sacrifices we are willing to make for the ... Continue Reading

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Nancy Earl-Stanley – Always Room for Growth

Posted by on Monday, March 2nd, 2015

Throughout our lives, there are moments when we anticipate change, and we prepare accordingly—planning for the transition as much as we can. Other times, we try our best to avoid change altogether. Change takes adjustment; it requires effort and, often, personal growth. For Nancy Earl-Stanley, a significant shift in her family’s life was looming, but she was determined to take it on and come out stronger. In 2013, after being a stay at home mom for nearly 20 years, Nancy suddenly ... Continue Reading

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Brooklyn Scheer – In It to Win It

Posted by on Friday, February 27th, 2015

After graduating from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in communication and sociology, Brooklyn Scheer moved back to her hometown of Tulsa. There, she was offered the unique opportunity to work in two fields she was passionate about—service and coaching. Brooklyn was content with her career and wasn’t looking to add anything else to her already busy schedule. However, in 2013, she began using the Rodan + Fields® UNBLEMISH Regimen. “My roommate used the products and was an Independent Consultant. ... Continue Reading

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Teresa Hayes – Dream Big and Achieve Your Dreams!

Posted by on Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

Growing up, Teresa Hayes spent a lot of time on site at her parents’ businesses and witnessed nearly every one of her family members own their own businesses as well. There was little doubt in her mind that she would be an entrepreneur too. After starting her first business at the age of 18, she went on to start six more of her own. When she first heard about the Rodan + Fields® business opportunity, she was working long hours ... Continue Reading

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Kristin D’Uva – Every Step Counts

Posted by on Monday, February 23rd, 2015

The combination of three young children and a career as a nurse anesthetist didn’t leave Kristin D’Uva with an abundance of extra time. In fact, by the time she had her third child, she was trying to cut back her hours at the hospital, in an effort to be home more and achieve a better work-life balance. Eventually, she was only working two days a week; but in 2011, both of Kristin’s sisters had children of their own. “My mom had ... Continue Reading

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Makenzi Coder – The Entrepreneurial Spirit

Posted by on Friday, February 20th, 2015

A self-proclaimed entrepreneur at heart, Makenzi Coder’s outlook has always been very business-oriented. For as long as she can remember, she wanted to be her own boss and work on her own terms. “I really never knew anything different. Growing up, I watched my dad run his own business, and I wanted that for myself.” Makenzi often found herself envisioning ways she could improve upon various products and, in many cases, create them herself. While in high school, she began sewing ... Continue Reading

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Ryndee Hamilton – Learning to Believe in Herself

Posted by on Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

Sitting in an Infusion Center, watching a chemotherapy drug drip from the IV bag into her body, Ryndee Hamilton found herself reflecting on the countless hours throughout her life that she’d spent concentrating all of her energy on perfection. For ten years, and long days, the task of producing high-quality prescriptions for those who needed them had weighed on her shoulders. She loved to help people as a pharmacist, but as she lay facing a very unfamiliar and challenging battle ... Continue Reading

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Georgia McDonald – Individuality Illuminated by a Firm Family Foundation

Posted by on Monday, February 16th, 2015

It’s the smell of your favorite traditional dish simmering in the kitchen, or the familiar laugh of an eccentric aunt, that can bring us back to a special moment in time, surrounded by people we love. High-spirited gatherings to celebrate the holidays or to share in familial joys or sorrows were always central to Georgia McDonald's Greek upbringing. “Have you seen the movie My Big Fat Greek Wedding? That's my family,” she laughs. Georgia has experienced many milestones and changes ... Continue Reading

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Cassidi Scheer – Confidently and Consistently Celebrating the Journey

Posted by on Friday, February 13th, 2015

Cassidi Scheer has always had an “all or nothing” outlook on life. Before starting her senior year at the University of Oklahoma, she already knew what she wanted to do with her future: become an Independent Consultant with Rodan + Fields®. She had no doubt in her mind that she would be successful. A year before graduating, at the age of 21, Cassidi enrolled as a Consultant and started her business. She had watched her mother do amazing things with her ... Continue Reading

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Stephanie Goetz – Marathon Mentality

Posted by on Wednesday, February 11th, 2015

Running a marathon necessitates hours of training, dedication and a “mind-over-matter” mentality—the resolve to push through those moments when your muscles are screaming, your lungs are sucking in every ounce of breath possible and that pesky little voice inside of you is begging you to stop. The ability to visualize the finish line and remain focused on the end goal often allows you to overcome these obstacles. If you ask Stephanie Goetz, this mindset is not only applicable to a ... Continue Reading