Lori Kamola – Overcoming Obstacles

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Friday, April 25th, 2014

“If I can beat cancer, I can get through anything.” It's a simple statement, yet such a profound way to look at life. If we are able to let go of our own doubts and embrace that same resolution to push forward, despite the inevitable obstacles life sets before us, the journeys we can take and destinations we can arrive at are unimaginable. During Lori’s freshman year of college, she was diagnosed with Hodgkin's lymphoma. The world she’d known for 18 ... Continue Reading



Rose Cundall – Time for a Change

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

Fall was in the air during an afternoon in Little Rock, one that Rose Cundall can recall with absolute clarity. It was 2013, and as she felt the season changing, she realized that she had changed, as well. As she and her husband were applying a fresh coat of paint to the walls of one of their rental properties, Rose took a business call, then hung up and remarked to her husband, “This can't be work. It can't be, because ... Continue Reading



Diane Kerce – Willing to Change

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Monday, April 21st, 2014

There is a reason for everything. This is a sentiment Diane Kerce truly believes in, but she knows it’s also a matter of being open to the changes that come with each and every opportunity that presents itself. Years ago, Diane and her husband had started several businesses together, but they found themselves consumed, stressed, and working long hours. They longed for something better. Diane was burned out and thought her career in direct sales was long behind her, but she missed ... Continue Reading



Sara Reineke – You Can Do It

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Friday, April 18th, 2014

“I know you can do it.” To hear someone utter those words and know they truly mean it is a gift. Sara Reineke was blessed to have three people putting their faith in her from the beginning, convincing her she could do it, even when she worried that becoming an Independent Consultant for Rodan + Fields® was too much for the already hectic life she was managing. Knowing she would be a great at the business, Sara’s friend referred her to ... Continue Reading



Christy Jones – To Dream Bigger

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Wednesday, April 16th, 2014

Not everyone has someone they can turn to when times are tough, but for those of us who do, it’s a wonderful comfort to know they are a part of our lives. Christy Jones has always understood that she is fortunate to have a wonderful family, a great career, and supportive friends. “We've never really had to struggle the way a lot of families have, and I am grateful for that. And I know that even if everything were to ... Continue Reading



Melanie Woods – Beauty from the Inside Out

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Monday, April 14th, 2014

Are you familiar with the expression, when you look good, you feel good? Feeling confident in your appearance changes the way you hold yourself, and even how you interact with others. The professionals whose careers are making people look good do so because they enjoy instilling that confidence in others. “I absolutely love what I do. I love making people look good, and seeing them happy and more confident makes me feel good about my work.” Melanie knew she wanted to ... Continue Reading



Elizabeth Dunn – The Journey Is the Destination

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Friday, April 11th, 2014

Life is about the journey, not the destination. We've heard that quote so many times that it's easy to overlook it, or forget its meaning. But sometimes the most valuable lessons in life come in the simplest packages; the ones so obvious that we take them for granted. Everyone is striving for something, because we all have goals. Maybe it's a better job, or a larger house. Maybe it's to reach a certain time in life when we're free to ... Continue Reading



Stacey Sucoff – A Special Bond

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

What are your happiest childhood memories? If you think back to those carefree days, which ones do you hold most dear? Looking back as an adult, was there a single part of your youth that has helped shape who you became? Stacey Sucoff recalls with nostalgic delight her summers at sleep-away camp. For two blissful months each year, she and her sister joined kids from around the country, forming some of the most salient, important memories of her youth. “It was ... Continue Reading



Wendy Foster – A Safety Net

Posted by Rodan + Fields on Monday, April 7th, 2014

In life, it is impossible to predict everything that might happen, but it is possible to be prepared for just about anything. You can weave a safety net for yourself and pull together a plan so the choices of others may not impact you as much. In life, you can take control. When you’re in and around the military, you understand the importance of minimizing risks. Flying is a lot like life- there are things that can go wrong for which ... Continue Reading



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