No public speaking necessary


I know this is probably weird to many, but I LOVE PUBLIC SPEAKING! I know, I’m insane, but I really do. I even used to teach it at the University level. That is just how much I love it.
13902576_10101909824688105_4266820421790908425_nBut when I became a stay at home mom I didn’t get to do that any more. I really missed it. I missed the thrill of standing in front of a crowd. I missed being able to passionately teach, share, express whatever I was presenting. I missed the questions afterwards. The comments. The feelings I got from people telling me that what I spoke about changed them, influenced them, or even just kept them entertained. I missed it all.

But, this is what I love so much about my job with Rodan + Fields. I get to get back in the public speaking saddle. And an even cooler thing is that I have teammates that HATE public speaking and guess what… they DON’T have to ever public speak in this job.

So how does that work? I get to do what I love and others hate and we still run the exact same business and do equally as well.

Rodan + Fields allows each consultant to use the specific skills unique to us to make our businesses successful. It might be public speaking like me or it might be awesome networking skills, or awesome graphic design talents, or your awesome teaching skills, or whatever. We get to run this business as our own, using the attributes that best work for us. I just love that… even more than public speaking!
And here is where the even more fun part comes in. We get to help each other with our strengths. So, these photos are from two recent events my team and I hosted this month. Because I love to speak, I get to stand up and share our products and business with the crowd of guests that my teammates brought. And when it comes to product demos, or event planning, or technology or any of the other things associated with this event… guess who steps in with their talents? My skilled teammates. Everyone uses and shares the skills they have to help everyone be successful.

So, if you are looking at any network marketing company, make sure the company allows you to use the skills you are best at, not make you fit into a specific mold. You are you. Utilize your talents and your business will succeed.

7 thoughts on “No public speaking necessary

  1. Love this post. I’m always impressed with good public speakers (or people who love it). It’s taken a lot of work for me to get better, but great point that ultimately it is a team effort and you can lean on strengths of your greater team.


    • You are so right! It does take a lot of work but the more you do it the better and better you get. And in the mean time, lean on your team! Good luck as you continue to grow in your public speaking skills!


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