by Anne Levitt-Kroll
September 9, 2009 at 6:45 pm in Work & Money by Anne Levitt-Kroll
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gailshrader said on September 9, 2009
I am 54 and am trying to reinvent myself. I was laid off in April due to the economy and have not been able to find another job.
So I am trying my hand at selling Avon. Having my own business means I can’t be laid off. It takes time and effort to build up a business but in the end it will be worth it.
If you would like to try, you can sign up at my web store. It only cost $20.00 and you’ll be your own boss. this is my web store address. http://youravon.com/gshrader
Cara - VN Staff said on September 9, 2009
Hi Anne. Vibrant Nation members are definitely reinventing themselves and are generous about sharing their stories and advice with the community. Some conversations that may interest you:
Roni Kantor said on September 10, 2009
Anne…I worked for a Telecom Company for 32 years only to loose my entire life savings to a stock scam…4 months later was diagnosed with Stage III Uterin Cancer. I am 7 years in remission and decided that if I am going to do anything it is going to be something I love…which is to have freedom to be with family and to travel. Check out my website….I would love to share what I have found with you… http://www.goldengirlstravelclub.com Roni
Kitty O'Keefe said on September 11, 2009
Invest the time in yourself to ask what it is you really love. What brings you greatest joy?
Once you’ve answered that question, now ask how that can enrich your life financially.
In 30 years of managing people’s finances, I’ve found that those who do what they love also earn the most by doing what they love, without having what they do be primarily money-motivated.
This works, by the way, in all aspects of life – not just finance.
Best of luck to you, Anne.
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