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Dayna Schaaf – Redefining Your Life

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, April 11th, 2019

For Dayna Schaaf, there was no other career path in this world other than becoming an actor. However, she understood the instability that came with her dream, so she decided to work smarter, not harder. “All the smartest people I knew invested in themselves. I knew that I wanted to start some kind of business because I felt like it was going to be the key for me to live the life I wanted to live.” After a fellow actor ... Continue Reading

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LaChelle Wieme – Serving By Passion And Faith

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, April 9th, 2019

When she was twelve years old, LaChelle Wieme’s grandfather received a heart transplant. Witnessing his long and difficult recovery influenced her to pursue a career in medicine, particularly with regards to relieving pain. “It inspired me to go into healthcare when I was older so I could help people who were suffering.” Determined to achieve that goal, she pursued studies in nursing and anesthesia. When her neighbor invited her to a Rodan + Fields launch party, LaChelle was in the last ... Continue Reading

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Kirsten Schubbe – Discovering Results

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, April 4th, 2019

From the time she was 11, Kirsten Schubbe’s daughter suffered from cystic acne. “We literally tried everything, high-end, low-end, whatever, we tried it.” At 16, her daughter was prescribed a strong acne medication and Kirsten promised her they’d do whatever it took if her acne returned. “At 19, her acne came back with a vengeance. It was awful and acne is just so debilitating. It was so hard because I had already seen her confidence drop once before.” Then Kirsten ... Continue Reading

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Kim Checcio – Breaking The Mold

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019

Kim Checcio was familiar with a fast-paced life. She grew up as the third of four girls in a military family that moved often, having attended six different elementary schools and even lived in the Philippines. But when her parents divorced, her mom had to raise the girls without any solid career or much of an income. With some government assistance, the family continued hopping around. “We never really lived in a place that I considered home.” At times, Kim ... Continue Reading

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Catching Up With Stacey Roney

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Thursday, March 28th, 2019

Since connecting with her four years ago, Stacey continues to thrive as an RFX Circle Achiever. Her rewarding journey with R+F has been full of memorable experiences including multiple, unforgettable trips and celebrations with her global team, annual R+F Conventions and watching her husband retire twenty years ahead of schedule. One major R+F-inspired life change came after Convention in Austin, Texas, as a result of Stacey and her husband absolutely falling in love with the city during their visit. Thanks ... Continue Reading

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5 Major Motivations for Rodan + Fields Consultants

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

One of the qualities that makes Rodan + Fields so special is its potential to improve not just your business but other areas of your life. Whether you’re an R+F newbie or a long-term leader, the key is finding the motivation to work through the challenges so you can celebrate your successes. Read below about what motivated these five Leaders to meet their goals as they pursued their R+F business dreams. #1 A strong support system Taryn Monti explains how a ... Continue Reading

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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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