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Ashley Ullstein – A New Chapter

Posted by on Monday, March 10th, 2014

Ashley Ullstein will always have a special place in her heart for New Orleans, and as a native of the city, she still considers it to be another home. But she has equally enjoyed  bring up her children in the small town of Martinsville, Virginia, where people care about the lives of their neighbors.  She is actively involved in her community, and appreciates the ease of daily life a small town provides. But while small town life has its charms, ... Continue Reading

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Lori Navares – Redefining Wealth

Posted by on Friday, March 7th, 2014

Wealth doesn't always come in the form of a dollar amount. For Lori, wealth comes in many forms: feeling happy in knowing she has been a part of making others happy, and appreciating all that life has offered her so far. “My mother taught me from a very young age to first and foremost be rich in love.” Lori came from humble beginnings and there were times when, as a single parent, her mother couldn't always provide everything she and ... Continue Reading

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Lori Manning – Family Values

Posted by on Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

Lori Manning has been a stay-at-home mom for most of her adult life, and she has enjoyed every moment of it. She has joyfully and thoughtfully brought up her children to be the kind and successful adults they are today, and family has always been the most important part of her life. She is thankful that she got to be there for her children as they grew up, applauding their accomplishments and cheering them on in all of their endeavors. ... Continue Reading

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Carrie Henke – Destination Unlimited

Posted by on Monday, March 3rd, 2014

Carrie Henke had one important goal to achieve by the age of twenty-five: to visit twenty-five countries. An eager world traveler, she has a passion for life and wishes to explore all of its many possibilities. In 2007, Carrie began her journey and moved to Europe. She surpassed her “twenty-five by twenty-five” goal with ease, and actually visited twenty-six countries by the time she reached her twenty-fifth birthday. For Carrie, this unlocked a realm of possibilities and launched her to ... Continue Reading

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Andrea Sills – Time, for Now

Posted by on Friday, February 28th, 2014

When you are young, time always seems to pass more slowly. The years stretch out before you, full of possibilities that are seemingly endless. In youth, you don't think of getting older or of your own immortality. And you don't consider the moment when you will one day have to say goodbye to someone you love forever. Life is like that, and while we're chasing our dreams or just making dinner, the clock is ticking. Ask anyone who is old ... Continue Reading

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Jeanie Berna – There’s No Place Like Home

Posted by on Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

Jeanie Berna met her husband in the untamed beauty of Yellowstone National Park over thirty-five years ago. In 1977, the couple married and settled nearby in Montana. They both always had a strong affection for the northwestern corner of America, although the cold was the one caveat to an otherwise perfect landscape. Years later, when they moved farther south, Jeanie dreamed that they would one day return to the Northwest to retire, and she held onto that dream for many ... Continue Reading

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Lea May – Open to Opportunity

Posted by on Friday, February 21st, 2014

When Lea May was attending law school at the University of Arkansas, she never imagined that she would one day be standing in a court room, prosecuting criminals who were guilty of fraud. Instead, she had always assumed that she would spend her career in a firm, behind a desk, studying cases. But when this Arkansas native married her husband, Chris, a move to Boston changed her direction. In Boston, Lea's friend encouraged her to apply for a job in ... Continue Reading

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Dana Gaviotis – The Power of Connection

Posted by on Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

Three years have passed since Dana seized the opportunity to start her Rodan + Fields® business and she has listened to many inspirational stories during that time. “I have always loved hearing what people are going through in their lives and encouraging them in any way I can, but my business has taken that to a whole new level.” Through her business, she is connected to a network of other Independent Consultants across the country whose unique life paths intersect ... Continue Reading

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Julianne Hoerman – A Mentor Inspires

Posted by on Monday, February 17th, 2014

Julianne Hoerman is no stranger to entrepreneurism. She and her husband have owned several businesses together over the years and she has all of the experience and expertise to know what makes a lucrative venture become a success. Her eight years of experience taught her what works and what doesn't and she also knows when the time comes to seek out new horizons. At a pivotal time in her life when she needed to look elsewhere for something profitable, she ... Continue Reading

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Hanna Villarrubia – It Keeps Getting Better

Posted by on Friday, February 14th, 2014

Only six months ago, Hanna Villarrubia and her family had an entirely different life than what they enjoy today. As a mother of three children who are all under five years old, Hanna had been looking for a job that would allow her to stay home with her kids, but her search had led nowhere for years. She worked full-time as an RN before switching to part-time hours on the graveyard shift in the ICU, and as the primary breadwinner ... Continue Reading

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