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Rachael Johnson – Pushing Through the Hard Times

Posted by on Thursday, July 20th, 2017

Life puts us through unexpected challenges—but, as Rachael Johnson always tells her daughters, we get to decide how to react to them and how we move forward. As a stay-at-home mom with three little girls, she dreamed of helping her husband Matt—the sole breadwinner—with their finances. She had no idea that an opportunity would lead her through life’s toughest moments and into an amazing entrepreneurial future. Preparing to launch Everything began when Rachael happened upon “before and after” photos from Rodan + ... Continue Reading

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Heather Caldwell – Giving Back With R+F

Posted by on Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

The following story recounts how this Independent Consultant is choosing to give back to her community and the world through her Rodan + Fields® business.   As a former second grade teacher and reading specialist, Heather Caldwell loved working with kids. When her own children were born, Heather left the classroom, and although staying home with her family was rewarding, it did impact their finances. “As a single income family, we were missing out on experiences with our kids. I started looking ... Continue Reading

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Ashley Massi – Taking Family Tradition in a Whole New Direction

Posted by on Thursday, July 13th, 2017

Experiences are invaluable and we all want to give our kids unforgettable memories to remember from their childhood. Thanks to her newfound business success, Ashley Massi is doing just that.  An irrepressible motivation Ashley studied public relations in college and by her late twenties was regularly working 70 to 80 hour weeks for a PR agency in her hometown. She thrived in the high-intensity environment, but when they had their first baby, she and her husband, Dominic, reassessed their situation. “We took ... Continue Reading

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Beth Ciovacco – Finding the Perfect Fit

Posted by on Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

Finding our groove—our 'one true calling in life,' can be hard work. Many people never find it, but for those who do eventually find that perfect position, the rewards are worth the wait. Beth Ciovacco is a testament to this. She worked various jobs after leaving college, but never quite settled into her ideal niche until she discovered Rodan + FieldsⓇ and realized her idea of a perfect career really did exist. A long search Over the years, Beth held several jobs ... Continue Reading

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Jenna Boyd – Reaching Ever Higher

Posted by on Thursday, July 6th, 2017

Some of us have an insatiable desire to succeed, and as an actress and driven young woman, Jenna Boyd took on varied challenges. “I’ve been an actress since I was a toddler. That’s my first love and the thing that I’ve felt a calling for my whole life, and I’ve succeeded so far in the Los Angeles entertainment industry. But when I was ending college with a degree in business, I had no idea how I could make a corporate ... Continue Reading

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Michelle Fagan — Giving Back With R+F

Posted by on Monday, July 3rd, 2017

The following story recounts how this Independent Consultant is choosing to give back to their community and the world through their Rodan + Fields® business.   Michelle Fagan was dedicated to serving her family as a stay-at-home mom. When she happened upon an opportunity that would change her family’s life—and her own—for the better, she set into motion a string of events that would also improve lives across her city. Michelle’s dreams initially started much smaller. “With all the expenses that three kids ... Continue Reading

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Pam West – Leading With Kindness

Posted by on Thursday, June 29th, 2017

Kindness is a virtue that many associate with the helping professions—but Pam West has transferred this quality into her own entrepreneurial business as well. Caring for patients as a registered nurse, caring for her family’s financial needs, caring for her team members, and caring for the world around her. Pam was first introduced to the Rodan + Fields® products by her daughter, Heather Quisel. “I was one of her very first Customers. She knew that I typically used high-end skincare and ... Continue Reading

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Katie Winkelman – The Blossoming of a Wallflower

Posted by on Wednesday, June 28th, 2017

Being sociable and confident around strangers doesn't come naturally to everyone. This does not mean, however, that people who avoid the spotlight are not capable of achieving great things and leading others to do so, too. Describing herself as “an introvert by nature,” Katie Winkelman has nonetheless become a successful entrepreneur and business leader, showing that one does not necessarily have to be overly gregarious to find business success. An appealing prospect As a registered nurse, Katie spent her early career working ... Continue Reading

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Leisa Cutler – Leading Her Pack

Posted by on Thursday, June 22nd, 2017

From quiet beginnings to running her own business in the top level of the Rodan + Fields® community, Leisa Cutler is proof that hard work can sometimes pay off. She grew up in Canada watching her father build his own business and design his own life. After becoming a young single mom, putting herself through nursing school, and working as a Neuro Surgical ICU RN, Leisa had no idea that she would one day do the exact same thing.   A slow ... Continue Reading

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Julie Waldrop – On The #RFJourney

Posted by on Tuesday, June 20th, 2017

The following story recounts how this Independent Consultant utilized one of the many Rodan + Fields® Programs designed to motivate and incentivize dedicated Consultants who are working to grow their business.   “I was looking for some great skincare because I started seeing sun damage and fine lines around my eyes, and nothing worked for me.” After seeing a Facebook post in July of 2009, Julie Waldrop called her friend Serena Cummins to ask about the Rodan + Fields® REDEFINE™ Regimen. In the ... Continue Reading

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