My Mary Kay Story

I have never loved the color pink.  I should have known that God's sense of humor would catch up with me in a big way sooner or later.

In the summer of 2009 I was planning my wedding.  I was broke.  I didn't want to work at the mall or be a waitress - these jobs are great, but they just didn't fit where I was that summer.  I needed something more flexible and still able to provide money for my wedding. 

I did a little research on the company of Mary Kay and was impressed with what I found.  I'm a very "all or nothing" type of person, so once I made the decision, I was in.  In fact, I signed my agreement the very first night I tried the skin care products.

Being a consultant is so rewarding.  It's certainly helped my finances, but I have found a community of women who love the Lord and work their business with integrity and compassion.  I never thought I would grow to love being a Mary Kay consultant the way that I do.

A year after becoming a consultant, I started thinking about the possibility of leadership with the company.  The Mary Kay opportunity is a very unique one.  I now have a full understanding of how ideal it is to take full advantage of all the rewards the company offers to its leaders.  I am so excited about becoming an Independent Sales Director with Mary Kay!  I will be able to work full time,  provide an income that helps my family AND I will have incredible flexibility as Adam and I start a family.  I will be a tattooed director, but a director nonetheless.  I have discovered that I can still be me, and be a "Mary Kay lady" at the same time.  Oh, and I do plan on driving that Cadillac, even if it is pink.  :)

The Mary Kay opportunity is not for everyone, and I understand that.  I also know that at one point, I thought Mary Kay wasn't for me.  If you're curious to know more about what it's like to be a consultant, don't hesitate to ask! 

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