My Calling

When I originally started my Avon career in 2004. My why was because I needed an income from home because my parents needed my help to take care of them in their home. I was on top of my game and was top recruiter in my area in Alabama. My father’s health was quickly decreasing with Alzheimer’s and he passed on Christmas night 2005. My mother was crippled with Rheumatoid Arthritis which caused blood clots and she passed 4 years later. I gave up my Avon career. I was tired. I was lost. I was Sad. I was Angry. I felt my life had no meaning with both of my parents gone. For years I went through life without much concern of what was really going on around me. This was the new me. I moved to Mississippi in 2012.One day I was sitting and thinking what used to make me happy and feel good about me. I knew I couldn’t go on this way. I couldn’t bring my parents back. And I realized Avon had made me feel great and fulfilled a void in me. I had been here 3 years and no one had offered me a brochure so I decided to sign up again. My father was a Penecostal Pastor. My parents always helped others and they taught my brother and I to do the same. My goal everyday is to #MakeADifferenceinSomeonesLife. I can achieve this through my Avon business. I will go above and beyond for any of my customers and my team members because their happiness matters to me. If I can help someone and put a smile on their face that makes me happy. I have established relationships with other representatives that are family to me. This is the beauty of my business. The love I share with everyone I meet. It has made me complete again and I know my parents are smiling down at me from heaven and are proud ๐Ÿ’•
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