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Meg Schwarzrock – A Hunger for Change

Posted by on Thursday, June 1st, 2017

We often surprise ourselves with just how enterprising we can be when the situation requires. When it came to giving herself and her family more freedom, Meg Schwarzrock found an inventive solution. As the wife of a professional golfer, Meg wanted the availability to travel, which meant a conventional job was out of the question. But with determination and hard work, Meg was able to turn her desire for a new source of income into a life-changing career—one that fit ... Continue Reading

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Carly Mazur – Living More and Giving More

Posted by on Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

The lessons we learn as children often stick with us for the rest of our lives, and can stand us in good stead long into the future. Carly Mazur never forgot watching her single mom work several jobs to help support her family, teaching her the importance of a good work ethic. Another influential figure, her 4th grade teacher, inspired Carly to pursue a future in education. Carly has always understood the importance of having a Plan B so she held ... Continue Reading

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Heather Yim – Bringing Family Together

Posted by on Thursday, May 25th, 2017

As a wife and mother with two young kids, Heather Yim yearned to spend more time with her loved ones. “Because of the corporate commute and long hours, my in-laws pretty much raised my kids. I came home every day barely in time to put them to bed. Finally, I went out on a limb, took a risk, and quit my job.” Heather enjoyed the newfound time with her family, but was looking for other ways to contribute to her ... Continue Reading

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Gina Naylor – On the #RFJourney

Posted by on Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

The following story recounts how this Independent Consultant utilized one of the many Rodan + Fields® Programs designed to motivate and incentivize dedicated Consultants who are working to grow their business.   Although being a parent is rewarding in itself, we sometimes yearn for a way to pursue our other passions alongside raising our kids. After becoming a stay-at-home mom and watching her children go into school full-time, Gina Naylor was ready for a new venture. “I was specifically looking for an ... Continue Reading

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Heather Whyte – Seeking Self-Development

Posted by on Thursday, May 18th, 2017

A work-life balance can be hard to attain but when you find the new path that meshes perfectly with your family priorities, you can achieve that balance and begin truly making an impact in the lives of others. Heather Whyte, a stay-at-home mom for 14 years, knew the feeling. Though she was committed to remaining home with her children, she “missed working—the socialization, travel, and feeling like I was contributing to something bigger than myself. It’s very hard to go from ... Continue Reading

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Maisha Dible – A Team Player Finds Her Own Voice

Posted by on Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

A college athlete turned corporate wanderer, Maisha Dible had tried everything from floral design to college admissions counseling and still wasn’t fulfilled. While keeping herself busy working in luxury real estate, Maisha finally found her “calling” and simultaneously surrounded herself with a community of support that had been missing since her days of playing on a team. Running a new play Five years ago, Maisha received a phone call from Shala Holman, a friend who shared the Rodan + Fields® business with ... Continue Reading

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Cynthia and Aaron Sagarese – Balancing Family, Together

Posted by on Thursday, May 11th, 2017

For most, living completely balanced lives and spreading our time evenly between work, family, and personal pursuits is only a fantasy. This was true for Cynthia and Aaron Sagarese, who found themselves struggling with irregular work schedules and little family time. Deciding they needed to refocus their priorities, the couple seized an opportunity to start their own business and take back control of their time. Reaching a breaking point For 18 years, Cynthia worked long overnight shifts and holidays as a labor ... Continue Reading

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Netanya Dennis – On the #RFJourney

Posted by on Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

The following story recounts how this Independent Consultant utilized one of the many Rodan + Fields® Programs designed to motivate and incentivize dedicated Consultants who are working to grow their business.   It’s no secret that our family helps shape us into the person that we eventually become. Netanya Dennis is honored to continue her family’s legacy of business ownership, from Trinidad to L.A. and beyond. This is where her story starts—and what drives her most to succeed. Living the entrepreneurial legacy Netanya, an ... Continue Reading

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Katie Gibson – Doing it for the Kids

Posted by on Thursday, May 4th, 2017

For many, having kids is a life-changing event, not only in the practical sense, and it can also be a catalyst that drastically alters our focus and priorities. When Katie Gibson had children, it gave her the motivation to explore something new, something she had never envisioned for herself. That willingness to accept a new challenge and leave her comfort zone ultimately helped to revolutionize her career and gave her the freedom to dictate her own future. Seizing a new opportunity during ... Continue Reading

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Emily Barenbrugge – Breaking Free from Convention

Posted by on Tuesday, May 2nd, 2017

In today's fast-paced world, we often end up devoting so much of our lives to our careers that when we finally do get some time off, we are too drained to fully enjoy it. Emily Barenbrugge is one such person who managed to escape that cycle and live life to its fullest without the constraints placed upon the overburdened worker. A sudden priority shift Emily was very happy in her career as a dental hygienist. She loved the daily interaction with her ... Continue Reading

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