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The MK Career

 


Wanted:Enterprising woman to achieve unlimited earning potential while enriching the lives of others. Work duties include meeting new friends, interacting with prospective clients, as well supporting the community of women. Candidate will have the opportunity to make own hours, and will be compensated for their achievements with prizes and vacations.
 Does this job sound appealing? Then you might have just what it takes to be one of 750,000 women already living the life as a consultant. As an Independent Beauty consultant you'll have the freedom to make your own work hours and set time a side for your family. And with distribution to more than 36 countries, you'll be able to work virtually anywhere in the world! No experience required and you can work part-time or full-time from your own home. You will have great benefits of owning your own business.
Consider the following possibilities..........



6 Qualities of a
Mary Kay Beauty Consultant


                                                                                                                     



#1 
We look for
busy people!



                                                                                                                     

#2 
We look for people who
don't know a lot of people.


  

                                                                                                                     


#3 
We look for those that
aren't the sales type!

  

                                                                                                                     

#4 
We look for people
who have more
month than money!



  

                                                                                                                     

#5 
We look for a person
who is family-oriented!


  
  

                                                                                                                     




#6 
We look for
decision-makers!





6 Top Reasons Why
Women Become Involved in
Mary Kay Cosmetics







#1 
Money




 Click here for $29,250 per year

  

                                                                                                                     

#2 
Recognition and Prizes



 Click here for prizes...be patient..it may take a few minutes! 

 

                                                                                                                     


#3 
Self-Confidence
and Personal Growth


Click here for Personal Growth

  

                                                                                                                     

#4 
Car



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Drive the Vibe


  

                                                                                                                     







#5 
Advantages



Click here -Tax Benefits

  

                                                                                                                     

#6 
Be the Boss!


Click here -MK Career Path

  
 

  
Click here to read Mary Kay Cosmetics Mission Statement

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Facts & Stats for Review!

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Before you say No!


Please click on the different Profile Links below and see if you can relate to one, or more, of these ladies!


 


Gloria Mayfield Banks


Vernella Benjamin


Prime Time


People Person


On Her Way

One last thought ...

                                                                                                                     


Starter Kit: $100 + tax
Contains full-size retail product
valued at over $306

  

$100 may not change
your financial situation,
but it could change your life!


  • Audio Messages
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    installed on your computer to hear the audio portions. 

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    I would like to invite you to listen to the following CHOICES, by NSD Linda Toupin...Side 1-- Linda shares a little of her 'story', and the heart of Mary Kay...Side 2 is the nuts and bolts of how you can make $$ with Mary Kay...You will need to have 'Real Player' to listen...and side one is approximately 30 minutes in length,
    Side 2 is 41 minutes in length...Really a short amount of time to learn how YOU may become one of the highest paid women in America...if you Choose!  
    May you be richly blessed, Linda

    "Choices"
    by NSD Linda Toupin
    Part 1
    (Listen With Your Heart)
    Click on the CD below . .

    "Choices"
    by NSD Linda Toupin
    Part 2
    (Listen With Your Head)
    Click on the CD below
    . .




    Breaking the Belief Barrier
  • At Celebrating Women Seminar 2004 you heard these inspiring stories of remarkable Mary Kay women who faced seemingly insurmountable obstacles — and then stepped over, around and through them to accomplish their goals! Over the 41-year history of our Company many others have done the same, following Mary Kay’s advice to turn stumbling blocks into stepping stones. Let their belief inspire you on your journey to greatness!

    Independent National Sales Director Natalie Privette-Jones of Cary, N.C., was behind on her mortgage and facing foreclosure the very month she started her Mary Kay business as a single mother with two children ages four and five. In eight short years she changed her financial status and just bought a beautiful home with the money she has earned from her Mary Kay business.

    Natalie’s advice: “Always be optimistic and stay true to your beliefs. If you do this you will be taking the steps toward success.”

    Independent Elite Executive Senior Sales Director Joy Epps Breen of Cypress, Texas, was diagnosed with cancer for the second time just before the Top Sales Director Trip to Rome in 2003. Despite this challenge she reached the $800,000 Circle of Excellence, her highest Unit Circle! Now having completed her best year ever she’s moving forward with her plans to become an Independent National Sales Director.

    Joy’s advice: “Stay focused on your Mary Kay business. It’s so positive and takes your mind off the negative situation. Whatever you think about, you’ll bring about!”

    Independent Elite Executive Senior Sales Director Moleda Dailey of Charleston, W.Va., didn’t let the extremely depressed economy and the effect it had on order size and team building slow her down. Last year she qualified for the Top Sales Director Trip for the first time. At Seminar 2004, Moleda was one of the Sapphire Seminar’s Top 10 Independent Sales Directors and a member of the $850,000 Circle of Excellence.

    Moleda’s advice: “An obstacle is only an obstacle if you think of it that way! In your mind, think of a challenge as a stepping stone.”

    Independent Future Executive Senior Sales Director Candy Lewis of Somerset, N.J., was $250,000 short of her Seminar goal in June 2004 — enough to think she just couldn’t make it. She doubted she could, until the calls of encouragement started coming in, not only from her unit, but from Independent Sales Directors in other Seminars. She achieved her goal of $1 million in estimated unit retail production and was the No. 7 Sales Director nationwide!

    Candy’s advice: “Remember, live by your dreams and not your circumstances. When the dreams are big enough, the facts don’t count.”

    Independent Future Executive Senior Sales Director Joy Rentz of Dayton, Ohio, has recently battled both skin cancer and undergone three heart surgeries. In 2004, she won a victory when her unit nearly doubled their Seminar production to the $800,000 Circle of Excellence, enough to send Joy on the Top Sales Director Extended Trip to San Francisco.

    Joy’s advice: “Make sure your purpose is bigger than your problems. Remember what you’ve always wanted to obtain from your Mary Kay business. Slowing down my Mary Kay business has never been an option. In fact, it’s what’s kept me alive.”

    Independent Senior Sales Director Jackie Graves of Denham Springs, La., was just 25 when she qualified for the use of her first pink Cadillac last year. Her success is thanks to her determination and her constant cheerleader, her mother, Independent Senior Sales Director Dandra Boyd of Baton Rouge, La. Dandra also knows what it’s like to confront a challenge. She began her Mary Kay business after working as a pizza delivery person who subsisted on food stamps.

    Jackie’s advice: “Focus on the basics of the business. Don’t try to reinvent what Mary Kay was so smart to create. Even when faced with challenges, continue to lead by example. Remember, you can’t lead others where you won’t go yourself.”

    Dandra’s advice: “Continue to treat your Mary Kay business as you would a full-time business, and work at it. The rewards are so worth it.”

    Independent Senior Sales Director Allison Lee LaMarr of Allen, Texas, had been an Independent Sales Director for just five months before Seminar. In that short time, she achieved the Half-Million Dollar Circle of Achievement and the Go for the Gold Challenge in the Pearl Seminar.

    Allison’s advice: “When you come across a challenge, work, don’t worry. Try to take the emotion out of the equation. If you do the work, you’ll get the results.”

    Independent Sales Director Elizabeth Barnett of Springville, Ala., has a reason to be a success in her business, now more than ever. Earlier this year, her husband was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. With three very young children, Elizabeth is now providing major financial support for the family from her Mary Kay business. 

    Elizabeth’s advice: “Keep on keeping on every day. Have faith and allow people to help and support you.”

    Independent Sales Director Shannon Walter of Oshkosh, Wis., is the mother of three special-needs children requiring extensive in-home therapy that she funds from her Mary Kay business. One of her children was recently diagnosed with a condition that requires Shannon to prepare all of his food by hand. Her circumstances and her children are her reason and not her obstacle.

    Shannon’s advice: “Work hard when you can so that when challenges come you can continue to reap the rewards for your efforts.” 

    Independent Beauty Consultant Michele Pall of Romeoville, Ill., has had more obstacles than many will ever face. She lost her husband a year and a half ago to cancer. Prior to that, she was in a horrible car accident that left her in a nursing home, unable to walk. She was determined to get home to her child and husband. She checked herself out of the nursing home in a wheelchair and taught herself to walk again. At Seminar, Michele walked across stage as the No. 1 Independent Beauty Consultant at the Pearl Seminar in the All Eyes on TimeWiseŽ Challenge.

    Michele’s advice: “When you’re faced with a challenge, find a reason to not give up. My reason was my daughter. Then surround yourself with people who will support you and lift you up over the obstacles.”


    Please give us your feed back on OUR CENTER and
    win a FREE GIFT from me!....


    1) What was your favorite advantage to Mary Kay
    2) Who's Story inspired you the most?
    3) Which 3 of the 6 qualities describes you best?
    3) Could you ever see yourself enjoying this for yourself?
    4) on a scale of 1-10 would you....


    (1-3) Stay a Happy Customer  (4-6) need more info (7-9) Call me to answer a few more questions or
    (10) How soon do I get my kit! I'd love to begin my Journey in Mary Kay!

    Please respond, we will of course ALWAYS respect your right to privacy!

    NO STRINGS! PROMISE!
     

    "Living the Dream" 
    National Sales Directors

          

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    Gloria Mayfield Banks






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     Melody Codrington



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     Amy & Marianne
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    "Give us success
    in all we do!"
    Psalm 1:3



    DRIVE the VIBE!!!

     


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