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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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Melanie Fields – Discovering a New Discipline

Posted by on Thursday, June 15th, 2017

After investing in years of education and then more in developing a fulfilling and fruitful career, it may seem daunting to set off in a new direction and leave it all behind. But in today's world, adaptability is key. Melanie Fields had spent her whole adult life both educating herself and others, and loved her niche in the academic world. But she eventually realized that in order to provide the ideal lifestyle for herself and her family, she would have ... Continue Reading

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Connie Rader – Adding to Life’s Journey

Posted by on Tuesday, June 13th, 2017

In August of 2013, Connie Rader found herself contemplating a change. Her three children had all grown and “flown the nest,” and she wondered what she should do next. “I was a stay-at-home mom, and I found myself in a mid-life crisis. I thought, ‘what am I going to do now with the rest of my life?’” At 51, Connie didn’t really want to go back to school, nor did she want to work a traditional 9-to-5 job. “I was looking ... Continue Reading

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Jennifer Peyerl – Trusting Her Instincts

Posted by on Thursday, June 8th, 2017

When the time is right for change, we can feel it in our bones. For fourteen years, Jennifer Peyerl worked as a high school counselor. She was grateful for a career where she could genuinely help people work through their problems, but a few years ago her job satisfaction began to wane. She had always been ambitious, keen to grow and challenge herself, but over time she had reached a point where she felt there really wasn't any more room ... Continue Reading

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Lacey Nagao – On the #RFJourney

Posted by on Tuesday, June 6th, 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.   Growing up, Lacey Nagao loved the challenge of pursuing higher education. She earned her master's degree by age 20, and was well on her way toward becoming a lawyer or professor. “I thought I was going to have this amazing academic career, but my plans were put on hold for ... Continue Reading

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Meg Schwarzrock – A Hunger for Change

Posted by on Thursday, June 1st, 2017

We often surprise ourselves with just how enterprising we can be when the situation requires. When it came to giving herself and her family more freedom, Meg Schwarzrock found an inventive solution. As the wife of a professional golfer, Meg wanted the availability to travel, which meant a conventional job was out of the question. But with determination and hard work, Meg was able to turn her desire for a new source of income into a life-changing career—one that fit ... Continue Reading

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Carly Mazur – Living More and Giving More

Posted by on Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

The lessons we learn as children often stick with us for the rest of our lives, and can stand us in good stead long into the future. Carly Mazur never forgot watching her single mom work several jobs to help support her family, teaching her the importance of a good work ethic. Another influential figure, her 4th grade teacher, inspired Carly to pursue a future in education. Carly has always understood the importance of having a Plan B so she held ... Continue Reading

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Heather Yim – Bringing Family Together

Posted by on Thursday, May 25th, 2017

As a wife and mother with two young kids, Heather Yim yearned to spend more time with her loved ones. “Because of the corporate commute and long hours, my in-laws pretty much raised my kids. I came home every day barely in time to put them to bed. Finally, I went out on a limb, took a risk, and quit my job.” Heather enjoyed the newfound time with her family, but was looking for other ways to contribute to her ... Continue Reading

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