Budget retrenchment. 1982.
Another word for layoffs.
I was in that group of layoffs from a rather sweet job on the University of Minnesota, St. Paul campus. I’d been promoted — at a rather young age — and I had a “staff” of one.
Then I didn’t.
Remember the want ads in newspapers?
That’s where I found my entry into what I now know as network marketing.
I joined TransArt Industries, an accessory design company in Atlanta.
Art, color, creativity. Completely my thing.
It was easy; I built a team of others just like me and full fledged interior designers, lighting experts and more.
I had clients that wanted more. So I did all the things to be “legit.” I secured wholesale accounts with businesses that complimented each other.
Today, as I prepared for a B-roll photo shoot for a local consulting firm, I remember all this.
Early in my Interior Accessory Design career all the places to do business (buy the wallpaper, paint,...
This week someone said I was a walking encyclopedia. Well, after I said one of my mentors was just that she quickly interjected So Are You.
I had never considered myself a walking encyclopedia!
It was really something to be told that, and quite frankly, I rather liked it.
Yesterday I was speaking with someone about the Asea Redox and she said Well You Always Have Good Products.
Earlier in the week someone else told me something similar.
And just now, as I write this, I remember someone else telling me the same thing a few months back.
I have been “doing this” for so many years; people just know they can come to me with a big thing or a little thing.
Why am I telling you this?
To let you know that I am here for the long haul.
I started this holistic journey in the late 1990s. It has revolutionized my life. I love to learn; I love to help people. Yesterday someone asked me for a referral to a dentist. She’s needing someone beyond the conventional dentist....