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Hi Fellow Better Networker Member!
Thanks for taking the time to read my bio.
I was born and raised in the midwest state of Wisconsin. After venturing away to college, my husband's job returned us back to the eastern side of the where I grew up. The shores of Lake Michigan are a mere 25 miles away. We love to spend family time taking walks or braving the frigid waters.
My husband and I have 4 boys...that is a direct ticket to heaven for me. Wisconsin winters makes living with 4 boys challenging at times. Boys need to expend a significant amount of energy outside, but that becomes impossible when below zero temps hit. My husband and boys are the highlight of my life. We will have plenty of sporting events to attend in the upcoming years.
The yellow color in me led me to the teaching profession. I have been an elementary teacher for 14 years. The last 9 have been on a part-time basis. Teaching is a very rewarding profession, yet very demanding. Families, parents, and children continue to change. Teachers wear numerous hats throughout their day...some days the amount of time "teacher" hat is worn needs to be decreased.
It is through the teaching profession that I had my "AHA" moment. Again, the yellow in me finally realized that teaching needs to move beyond the walls of the classroom. Children still need parents to be at home or be easily available. A normal JOB generally does not allow that flexibility. One of my ongoing goals is to help parents work from home which allows them to be more involve with their child's education and other activities.
I have been involved in Network Marketing for approximately eight years. Six years as a "hobby" and two years full of frustration, failure, and struggles. Yet, I knew that I could impact many people on many levels. My mission is to help other network marketers so they don't experience an abundance of frustration, failure, and struggles. I look forward to helping other network marketers create the success they deserve.
I look forward to connecting with people on Better Networker.
All the best,