Land Dancing - Arbonne

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Land Dancing - Arbonne

eye on arbonneexecutive regional vice presidentTake aLeapandLand DancingSarah Carpenter of Sparks, Nevada alwayswanted a vocation that would allow her tohelp others. After pursuing a career as a pharmacist,she realized it was not the right fit. Arbonnehas allowed her to use her knowledge and gain thetime freedom she desires!I always knew that when I grew up, I wanted to do something to helpmake a difference. I looked up to my mother (a nurse) and my father(in insurance) for choosing careers in which others’ needs came first.When asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, I replied, “A ballerinaand a nurse!” I was called by my grandfather, “the dancing nurse”!Today, I am neither a professional dancer nor a nurse, but I did fall intotwo careers where I could make an impact — pharmacist and ArbonneIndependent Consultant.After graduating with a Doctorate in Pharmacy, I became an inpatientpharmacist. My passion for serving others and making a differencewas fulfilled, but there was definitely one thing missing — a lack of timefreedom. Due to a nationwide shortage of pharmacists, I had to work60 hours in a 40-hour work week. This caused me stress and sorrow asSarah with her Why: grandma, Mildred Glaw; mom, DM Millie Carpenter; dad, DanCarpenter; sister-in-law, ERVP Lynn Carpenter with son, Carson; and brother, DanielCarpenter, Jr. with daughter, Morganne.Sarah CarpenterArbonne Independent Consultant, Regional Vice PresidentI lost time with those closest to me. My family members, including mysponsor and sister-in-law, ERVP Lynn Carpenter, noticed my distress.“You can be the author of your own story.”Lynn approached me about the Arbonne business. She showed mehow to have the best of both worlds by utilizing my pharmacy degree(teaching people about product ingredients) and sharing my passion tohelp others. I could accomplish all of this while being my own boss andreplacing, and eventually exceeding, my pharmacist income.After two years in the workforce, I finally saw a light at the end of thetunnel and jumped in with both feet. My Why for doing Arbonne haschanged many times, each year evolving into something deeper. ShortlySarah with Matthew Bailey, Amanda O’Connor, and Sarah’s fiancé (her other Why),Hank Gernert.➤


after beginning my journey, I became stuck at a crossroads, facing a toughperiod in my life. My marriage was crumbling, and eventually ended indivorce. It turned my life and my family’s life upside down. I could takea break and deal with my situation, or confront it straight on. I chose tofocus on the positive in my life and continue building my Arbonne business.Through the ups and downs and curveballs life has thrown at me, Arbonnehas been a strong foundation that has aided me along the way. The personalgrowth, camaraderie and strength I have gained are irreplaceable.It has been a whirlwind of exciting opportunities. I didn’t realize how muchof an impact it would have on my life.SUCCESS STRATEGY“The beauty of this business is thatas long as you do not give up, andyou persevere, you will succeed.”Each individual’s Arbonne journey is as different as their genetic make-up.I learned that a successful career with this company should be viewed asearning a college degree. The beauty of this business is that as long asyou do not give up, and you persevere, you will succeed. I have alwayslived by the motto, “Work hard now, to live like no one else can later.”Since quitting was not an option for me, I knew I would make it work nomatter how long it took.Know that if you are reading this, it is not by accident. Someone seessomething special enough in you to share the gift of Arbonne. With thisbusiness, you can be the author of your own story. While it might be afairytale to others, it will be reality for you. It’s simple — the choice isyours. Arbonne can give you the opportunity to write your own manuscriptwith an ending you create.I cannot put into words the immense support I have from my family in allareas of my life. No matter what, they are always there for me throughthick and thin. I honestly don’t know what I would do without them. Theyare my rock in life. There are endless ways to express my gratitude, butsimply stated, “I love you.”To my sponsor, Lynn: You are the sister I never had and I would chooseno other route in life than to share this voyage with you. You inspire meto do more, be more and give more.To my amazing team: You all light up my life each and every day, and Iam forever grateful for your friendship, support and love!To my parents, my grandma and my brother, Daniel: I am eternally indebtedto you for all you’ve done for me. I hope one day I can share the samelove and support you have given me with my children.To my fiancé, Hank: I am forever grateful that you came into my life andI am looking forward to our future together.Top to BottomTeam Tahoe Retreat 2010. BACK, L–R: EAM Kimberly Pollock and NVP Becky Humphreys.FRONT, L–R: ERVP Lynn Carpenter and Sarah. • Sarah, Angela Lively, ENVP Deanna Herrinand DM Daisy Chavez at GTC 2011 Las Vegas. • Sarah with members of her Nevada, Californiaand Oregon teams at her Mercedes-Benz Car Presentation. • Kandie Harvey, Kirra Perezand Sarah.The Arbonne Independent Consultant featured in this EOA has achieved the rank of Regional VicePresident. The average number of active Arbonne Independent Consultants who achieved this rank andaverage compensation is described further in the Independent Consultant Compensation Summary (ICCS)available at arbonne.com > The Company > Corporate Information > 2009 Independent ConsultantCompensation Summary.The testimonial in this EOA is for illustrative purposes only and does not represent income projections. Theresults discussed in this EOA by the featured Arbonne Independent Consultant are not typical and shouldnot be relied upon by prospective or current Arbonne Independent Consultants as an indication of whatthey should expect to earn. Actual results for each Arbonne Independent Consultant will vary dependingupon individual effort, time, skills and resources. Arbonne makes no guarantees regarding income.march 2012

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