June's Donations

I am proud to say that my first month as a @beautycounter consultant was quite successful. More than I expected. I made a promise to myself and to my clients that I would donate 50% of my earnings to funds supporting BIPOC. Well today’s the day! For June, I chose @colorofchange , @digdeepwater#navajowaterproject and @thelovelandfoundation. You can find an extensive list in my bio of places to support.

It feels really good to make bigger donations than I’ve ever been able to afford. When I decided to join Beautycounter, I made the conscious choice that this business venture would be for doing good where I can. Sharing information and education to help get #saferbeauty products in more people’s hands, and to give back to those in need. I plan to continue my monthly donations (10% of earnings) before putting the rest of my earnings back into my business and to also achieve my financial goal of being #debtfree.

This business opportunity makes this possible for me. You can make this business yours, however that looks for you. Perhaps it’s financial independence in your partnership, sending your kid to college, funding your own education, a post-covid family vacation, or building financial freedom, like me.

There is nothing sleazy about being a part of this business. It’s only sleazy if you’re sleazy. And last time I checked, I’m not sleazy. The products, the education and the advocacy speak and sell themselves. I’m merely a conduit for bringing those things to more people.

It feels great to be a part of a team of women who feel the same. When I first joined Beautycounter, I wasn’t really interested in building a team. But my mindset has changed because I realized that I can help other women rise up and achieve their goals as well. Maybe it’s time to try something new. Maybe it’s time to set aside those limiting beliefs and help make change. Maybe it’s time we work together and make that change together.

If I’ve planted a seed and you’d like to learn more, I’m here to talk.

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