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Katie Lightman – Photographs and Memories

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Friday, April 4th, 2014

Children have always been one of Katie Lightman’s greatest joys, and she has spent most of her life caring for them, from volunteering as a teenager to becoming a pediatric nurse practitioner as an adult. Her devotion to soothing wounds and worries is always present, even if it means working long hours away from her own family. One and a half years ago, Katie was making her rounds in the pediatric ward where she worked when she received a photograph ... Continue Reading

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Colleen Flanigan – Live, Laugh, Love

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

If you ask any of her friends to describe Colleen Flanigan, you’ll learn that she loves to laugh. She doesn’t want to miss out on an adventure or a chance to have fun. She’ll put on her party shoes and dance down the road to adventure, social events, and kick-backs, as long as there are delicious snacks on the table. If you ask Colleen if she wants to hit the town and make a few new friends in the process, ... Continue Reading

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Wendy Harsfield – Born To Inspire

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Monday, March 31st, 2014

We have all experienced, at least once in our lives, a situation in which we are suddenly blindsided. Something throws us off course without any time to prepare, or even to fully comprehend the weight of what is happening. Life is unpredictable that way, and there are no guarantees. But times like these give us the opportunity to ask ourselves what we are really made of, and can ultimately show us an inner strength we didn't even know we had. Wendy ... Continue Reading

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Kasi Treser – Every Second Counts

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Friday, March 28th, 2014

Have you ever had a moment when everything suddenly comes together in complete clarity, and you realize what matters most to you? Or, more accurately, who matters most? Because it's always the people in our lives, not the things or even the places, who make life worth living. It's exciting to visit a foreign city and it's great to live in a nice house, but at the end of the day, who you spent it with is all that truly ... Continue Reading

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Elizabeth Haynes – A New World

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Wednesday, March 26th, 2014

We have all felt afraid at some time in our lives. Maybe that fear was a passing, irrational one, like a childhood fear of the dark or a monster under the bed. As we grow into adults, true fear is something that only surfaces when there is a more rational reason: an immediate threat to our safety, or a diagnosis with a grave medical condition. But for people who suffer from agoraphobia, fear is something to confront on a daily ... Continue Reading

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Kate Hester – Actions Speak Louder

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Monday, March 24th, 2014

In the middle of a brutal Colorado winter, Kate Hester rushed her two-week-old son to the hospital. As his oxygen levels continued to drop, her panic rose and so did her feeling of helplessness as she waited for the news that he was battling a dangerous virus. As she paced the floor of his small hospital room, full of the worry a mother feels when her child is in danger, miles away strangers were taking advantage of her misfortune. She ... Continue Reading

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Shannon Burke – The Sky is the Limit

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Friday, March 21st, 2014

Our culture constantly reminds us, through commercials and extreme product slogans, that we always need to be ready for an adventure. Usually, the challenges flashed at us by the media are indeed extreme ones - travelling the world on a yacht, or braving a remote jungle. But in reality, there are many different kinds of adventures: the quiet frisson of performance, the honor of serving your country, the daily struggle and joy of raising a family. Sometimes, simply finding something ... Continue Reading

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Gabriel Sedlak – The American Dream

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

On August 26th, 2008, Gabriel Sedlak and a few friends gathered around a familiar table in their local coffee shop, as they had done so many times. But this time, they were talking about change. Each of them needed a change in their lives. Gabriel, who had been in the direct sales business for many years, was in transition and looking to find another direct selling company that was new and cutting edge. He also had long term sustainability in ... Continue Reading

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Nisha Zenoff – Life’s Winding Road

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Monday, March 17th, 2014

“I believe great things are going to happen in life for this young man,” Nisha Zenoff recalls saying to her former husband about their dinner guest one evening. It was the 1970's, and Nisha and her ex-husband, who was a professor at Stanford at the time, had spent the last evening engaged in lively conversation with a bright young man headed to graduate business school. As with many friendships, the roads they followed from that enjoyable evening diverged, but would ... Continue Reading

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Peggy Coven- A Portrait of an Artist

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Friday, March 14th, 2014

We all dream ourselves into the future- we try to paint a picture of what our life will be like in five days, five weeks, or five years. But too often that painting is abstract: it is blurred, with only the vaguest outlines. Alternately, Peggy Coven, an artist, managed to turn that abstraction into a crystal-clear landscape. In 2010, her friend Jenny Parsons asked her “What does a day in the life of Peggy Coven look like five years from ... Continue Reading

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