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Ceci Bentler – Giving Her All

Posted by on Monday, November 11th, 2013

Ceci Bentler didn't think she would become a stay-at-home mom when she became pregnant with her first child. She had a long and successful career as a public relations executive, and even though she took some time to work from home when her baby was born, she had always assumed she would return to work full-time. Six months later, however, things seemed different. She didn't want to leave her newborn with someone else while she was working long hours, and ... Continue Reading

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Kris Fairless – Giving Without Limits

Posted by on Friday, November 8th, 2013

Kris Fairless has been an Independent Consultant for Rodan + Fields® since 2007, and her story about joining began when she received a phone call that changed her life. That year, she was working as a product educator freelancing for various skin care companies in the retail setting, including Rodan + Fields. After being a product educator for two years, she learned that Rodan + Fields was leaving retail and Kris immediately saw the potential in in this unique channel ... Continue Reading

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Sarah Lachance-Johnson – Prescription for Change

Posted by on Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

The only thing worse in life than losing someone you love is watching them suffer. Sarah's husband Greg was a young man in his forties when he died of a rare cancer of the thymus gland, and their life together was cut short. Left with three little girls who were two, four, and six years old at the time, she had no choice but to carry on as a single mother. It doesn't seem natural to have to say goodbye ... Continue Reading

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Ashlee Hovsepian – Working Smarter, Not Harder

Posted by on Monday, November 4th, 2013

Ashlee Hovsepian has spent a lot of time in transit. Four hours of her day are spent inside a car, train, or subway, and she has been commuting from Long Island to her job in Manhattan for the past three years. As an executive at a large media company, she works in a fast paced environment, and doesn't have downtime on the job. Her days begin at seven a.m. with a drive to the train, an hour long train ride, ... Continue Reading

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Lisa Vrvilo – Staying Connected

Posted by on Friday, November 1st, 2013

Lisa Vrvilo has been Principal of an elementary school for seven years, and has twenty-three years of experience in the field of education. Her job requires leadership and problem-solving skills, both of which she has mastered over the course of her career. She wasn't necessarily looking to expand her horizons when her sister introduced her to Rodan + Fields® in May of 2012, but since that time, she has welcomed the opportunity to not only start her own lucrative business, ... Continue Reading

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Jennifer Durley – A Positive Outlook

Posted by on Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Jennifer Durley has always loved her work as a physical therapist. She has worked in many different environments, and in 2011 she was working in a large school system, where she was happy. For Jennifer, the most rewarding aspect of her job is knowing she has helped someone. But since there are no guarantees in life, the changes that she saw coming in her workplace made her remember the importance of always having a plan B. Fortunately, she took comfort ... Continue Reading

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Merideth Van Namen – Timing is Everything

Posted by on Monday, October 28th, 2013

Merideth held her newborn baby in her arms while being interviewed recently about how she fits so much into her schedule. A mother of two, she has balanced a rewarding career with the demands of motherhood, which is a great feat in itself. But there is much more to Merideth's story. Time, and how she manages it, has influenced a great deal of her life, and she was willing to share how she has been able to have the time ... Continue Reading

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Leigh Tanner – A Guiding Hand

Posted by on Friday, October 25th, 2013

Do you remember a certain teacher in school who really inspired you? The one who made you think about things differently, see the world in a new way, or discover something that fascinated you? We probably have all had many caring teachers, but there is usually one who stands out from the rest in our memories - the one who actually made us look forward to going to school. Leigh Tanner is one of those teachers, and her commitment to ... Continue Reading

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Linda Ray – Up for the Challenge

Posted by on Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

Linda Ray had never even considered being a full-time, stay-at-home mom after twenty-one years of teaching. She loved being a teacher and the rewards that came with shaping young minds. But when a friend introduced her to the Rodan + Fields business opportunity, her first thought was that perhaps it would be a means to pay off her credit card debt without having to dip into her teaching salary. She respected the Company, because having come from a family of ... Continue Reading

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Ashley Lang – Consistency and Accountability

Posted by on Monday, October 21st, 2013

A few years ago, Ashley Lang’s life was at a crossroads. She and her husband had started a family in 2006, and Ashley had three children within three years. As any mother knows, having three children is a lot to take on all by itself, even if you don't have an active career. Ashley, however, continued working as a financial advisor throughout all of her pregnancies, and is now a working mother of five. As she watched her children start ... Continue Reading

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