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Our Rodan + Fields Story: Families Who Work in Life-Changing Skincare Together

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

As a Rodan + Fields Independent Consultant, one important way you can grow your business is through building a team of confident, passionate, and inspired entrepreneurs. In doing so, you’ll reach out and share the R+F journey with friends, colleagues, acquaintances, and, of course, your family members. These are the people closest to you. They’ve watched you grow personally and professionally, and they’re the people most likely to be inspired and motivated by your own excitement. As you’ll see from the ... Continue Reading

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Why Join Rodan + Fields? Top Leaders Share What Makes This Career Different

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Wednesday, November 28th, 2018

Whether you’re comparing the R+F journey to a corporate career or the establishment of a traditional business, you’ll immediately notice that this opportunity stands out in a class all its own. Below, Leaders in the Rodan + Fields community explain what makes a business in Life-changing Skincare so different from the rest of the market. Brooke Patterson The time, freedom, and flexibility she has found with R+F instills in Brooke a sense of control that is incredibly empowering – it’s her way ... Continue Reading

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Judy Hudson – Finding Dual Success

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, November 8th, 2018

Judy Hudson was thriving in her career as a professional dog groomer when she first heard about an exciting opportunity to broaden her horizons. “I am a nationally certified master groomer. I've been on the United States groom team. I'm an international speaker and I’ve traveled all over the country and all over the world doing seminars and judging grooming competitions. I do all these incredible things, and yet I didn’t feel like I looked successful. But when I met ... Continue Reading

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Christine Bruno – Offering the Gift

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Wednesday, October 24th, 2018

Christine Bruno started her career as a registered dietitian, but she always felt called to be a stay-at-home mom. “I walked away from my job after my first child was born, and we have five children now — so as you can imagine it's a busy life! My husband Jared works really hard and does well for our family, but with five children things became really tight financially. I remember one week having a really hard time affording the groceries ... Continue Reading

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Rebecca Harrison – It’s a Family Thing

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, September 27th, 2018

Rodan + Fields entered Rebecca Harrison’s life as a complete surprise. She was working a demanding schedule as a customer service representative when one of her sisters saw a Facebook post that changed all of their lives. “A close friend of ours posted about Rodan + Fields back in 2012, and my sister Laura immediately reached out to her to learn more about the opportunity. She signed on as an Independent Consultant, and our other two sisters, our mom, and ... Continue Reading

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Holly Brewer – Writing Her Own Success Story

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, September 25th, 2018

When she graduated from North Carolina State University, Holly Brewer formed a very clear career plan: she wanted to work for a national CPA firm and eventually become a business consultant and entrepreneur. Surprisingly, that last step came true in a field completely outside of accounting. “I'm the daughter, granddaughter, and wife of entrepreneurs. It was in my blood. I knew what it took to work for yourself, and I always dreamed of the benefits of owning your 24 hours. ... Continue Reading

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Risa Riepma – Serving Her World

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, September 20th, 2018

After attending university to study nutrition and dietetics, Risa Riepma joined the U.S. Air Force and planned to develop her career through service. “I joined the military right out of college because I wanted to help people, to get my degree, and to travel the world. I quickly developed a heart for serving our country and helping other military members. I married my high school sweetheart after my first assignment, and when we had our first son it became more ... Continue Reading

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Danielle Griggs – Options for More

Posted by admin on Wednesday, September 19th, 2018

When Danielle Griggs found Rodan + Fields, she and her husband were struggling to make ends meet working in a very unstable real estate market. “As young children, there seem to be unlimited options in life — we truly believe we can be whatever we want to be. We all venture out into life with our courses set. But as life unfolded for me and my husband and I, we discovered our needs and desires changed while professionally we had ... Continue Reading

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10 Tips and Tricks for Rodan + Fields Consultants

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

When you’re working diligently as a business owner, connecting with others every day, attending events, and making every effort to pursue your goals, it can be difficult to imagine new ways of improving your process. That’s one reason the Rodan + Fields community is so beneficial. We share our tips and tricks in an effort to raise each other up, lock arms, and match efforts across the nation. If you’re looking for a practical action item to add to your ... Continue Reading

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5 Ways to Grow Your Rodan + Fields Business

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, September 4th, 2018

Looking for ways to grow your Rodan + Fields business? Whether you’re in your first month as an R+F Independent Consultant or you’re an experienced leader, we all can learn from the challenges and successes of others in the greater R+F community. Below we’re sharing five ways R+F Leaders have successfully met their goals in this business, in hopes that their tips will help you get organized, narrow your focus, and stay on track toward growth.   #1: Practice self-discipline Setting boundaries ... Continue Reading

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