Well the last 3 days have been so fun! Crazy and at times anxious? Yes. Butohmygoshwedidit!!! We successfully defended our title as a Premier Club unit. What made it so fun, was that I had the opportunity to watch women be empowered as they went after goals they really weren’t sure they could finish, but they hustled and invested their time and energy as if they knew for certain. I got to watch other people in their lives rally to help them finish. Have you ever been a part of something like that. Community is a powerful force.
Have you ever wanted to move forward in your business, but you didn’t know what exactly you wanted to move towards? For some, the amount of income desired is clear. Some know they want to move up the career path to the red jacket/star team builder level as soon as possible. And some are working very CLEARLY and DIRECTLY to move into directorship or to earn a free car. However you might not be sure if that’s what you want. You know you want something, and you want to build a good customer base, but where do you start if you don’t know where you’re going?
Each week at our workshop we will be taking our guests’ before and after pictures, and anyone can enter their pictures in the current Mary Kay makeover contest. There will be 100 winners who will get to donate $5,000 to the charity of their choice! There’s a fun team of makeup artists joining with Mary Kay during the Global Makeover Contest:
The modern cat eye has been increasing in popularity with new vintage trends. I’m lovin it. Customers may ask how to apply this eyeliner technique and have no fear, this look is not reserved just for the steady-handed, makeup connoisseurs.
Confession: every time I watched Gossip Girl I found myself staring with jealousy at Blair Waldorf’s perfect but neutral cat eye look. It wasn’t over the top, but it was sophisticated. Then when I would arm myself with my liquid eyeliner and try it, it took 4-6 re-do’s to make sure each “tail” was even. Then after it was all done I was still unsure that I wanted to be seen in public.
This was one of my first recognition outings as a new consultant, and it too followed my first Career Conference that blew my face off as I saw women retire their husbands early, buy houses, and pay for their kids’ college, all through their MK business. Until then I still thought this was something only for little girl play money. I want to celebrate you as a star! This past post has some great ideas for finishing your star.