The Value of Confidence
I’ve been asked why I chose to partner with Rodan + Fields when:
- Sales are not my thing;
- My passions are in the arts and advocacy; and
- Sales are REALLY not my thing.
The fast and easy answer is this: My own life has changed since I began using the products.
My skin has changed and as a direct result, so has my life!
My whole life I’ve battled skin issues. For the first time, I am experiencing something tremendously positive with my skin. At 49, this is a blessing I never thought I’d see. Friends I have introduced the products to have contacted me with the same heartfelt thanks I shared with my friend who introduced me to the products!
I talk about what is passionate to me. That’s who I am as a person — whether it is my faith, my passion for animals, for the arts, politics, or Little League kids who bring the world together — I share what is deeply passionate in my life and I keep sharing it!
The truth is we all talk about what is meaningful to us. Whether it be the latest movie we saw and loved, a book we read, a restaurant we ate at, fishing on the river, a political viewpoint, shopping local, sporting events involving our kids, a charity fundraiser, our feelings at a certain moment in time, etc,…whatever it may be, we all talk about the things important to us.
In essence, we are ALL selling SOMETHING.
We are all selling something to someone at any given time we communicate. The transactions we are seeking may have an emotional value, a financial value, a spiritual value, an educational value, a persuasive value, etc…but it definitely has a value of some kind attached to it.
For me, I desire for the second half of my life to be focused on changing lives. And Rodan + Fields offers me the greatest opportunity to do that
- Through their business model that empowers individuals to become financially independent AND
- Through their products that create the results so very many people are longing for – beautiful skin!
Now that’s value!
And that I love to sell!
PS…The skin care industry is a $2.5 BILLION business. Currently, R+F products are only available in the USA. When R+F was first sold through major department stores like Nordstrom it was the TOP SELLING skin care line. R+F is now sold exclusively through independent consultants like myself.
It is going international in less than 2 years. Canada – you’re first!
If you would like to learn more about the business and/or the products, visit my websites:
To learn how to get the best skin of your life!
To learn how you can make your dreams come true!
You can also meet Dr. Katie Rodan + Dr. Kathy Fields and learn why they started this new Anti-Aging company:
December 7, 2011
Ms. Penny Ronning
Thank you for contacting me regarding the slaughter of horses. I appreciate hearing from you.
I have always worked hard to ensure the humane treatment of animals, and I will continue to do so in the future. However, it is important that horse slaughter legislation not place any unnecessary burdens on ranchers and other horse owners, or put horses at even greater risk of harm or cruel treatment. That’s why as part of the 2009 Agriculture bill, I commissioned a study by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to examine the impacts of the current restriction on federal dollars to inspect horse processing facilities in the United States.
The study, released on June 22, 2011, showed that horse prices and sales in U.S. have declined since the ban came into effect. In addition, the ban has not resulted in a significant drop in the number of slaughters, but rather, has shifted the market to Canada and Mexico. Overall, the welfare of horses has declined as they are being transported greater distances to be slaughtered in places where they are not protected by U.S. humane slaughter laws. In addition, a rise in cases of abuse, abandonment, and neglect have strained state, local, and tribal horse welfare resources. If you would like to read more about the report, it can be accessed on the GAO website at http://www.gao.gov/products/GAO-11-228 under report number GAO-11-228.
On November 18, 2011, the President signed into law H.R. 2112, which ended the ban on domestic horse slaughter. I supported ending the ban. You can read more about my support of this bill at http://baucus.senate.gov/?p=press_release&id=754. With the passage of H.R. 2112, we can now fight to restore the jobs shipped to Canada and Mexico as a result of this ban. We can also make sure that injured and sick horses are not abandoned or subject to inhumane treatment.
Thanks again for getting in touch. Please contact me should you have any further questions or concerns on this or any other matter of importance to you. You can also visit my website at http://baucus.senate.gov for more information on current issues that affect Montanans.