Saturday, December 26
Janine Finney . . . “The Flip Flop CEO” and “Does the Shoe Fit?” provide a fun, sassy, and up-to-date look at the Network Marketing Model.
Laura Evans . . . Mental Wellness Advocate, Certified Oola Life Coach, and Certified Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Trainer.
Janine Finney . . . spent the first 30 years of her career as a sales executive in Corporate America. Then, at the age of 50, she embarked on a new endeavor that she never expected to pursue, Network Marketing.
A negative experience in the late 70’s, left Janine feeling very “anti-Network Marketing/MLM”. The last thing she ever expected was to become “one of those people”! It was Janine’s daughter, Lory, who caused her to revisit her beliefs about this topic and after doing her due diligence, she discovered a lot had changed in the past thirty years. Because of her own personal experience, Janine understands both sides of the debate over whether Network Marketing is good or bad. She “gets” the anger people feel who have been lied to and misled by a Network Marketer. Aside from politics and religion, there are not a lot of topics as contentious as Network Marketing.
Inspired by their own experience, Janine and Lory co-authored two books to help bring clarity to the topic of Network Marketing. “The Flip Flop CEO” and “Does the Shoe Fit?” provide a fun, sassy, and up-to-date look at what this business model is, and is not.
Now that she’s experienced, personally, that this business model does work, is fair, and is real, she feels compelled to share this best kept secret way to earn an income with others.
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Laura Evans . . . has an accomplished career as an executive for major brands such as JCrew, Disney, and President of a few companies in the MLM industry with annual revenues up to $1Billion.
As an advocate for ethics and education of companies in the MLM industry she served on Board of Directors for the
DSA.org and DSEF.org.
In 2014, feeling out of balance with her priorities in life, specifically her family being second place to her work, she retired from corporate at the peak of her career.
Now as an entrepreneur, life coach, and advocate, she equips men and women approaching 50+ to design and pursue with passion their encore career. She is a mental wellness advocate, blogs at learnfromherstory.com, and is certified as an Oola Life Coach.
She is also a certified Child Sexual Abuse Prevention trainer and advocate thru the Darkness to Light organization. And supports the Willow Field Foundation Organization which provides scholarships for therapy to sexually abused children.
Her story has been featured in several books, video interviews, and podcasts.
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