A Day to Celebrate YOU, Our Pure Romance Consultants

September 4, 2020

Labor Day traditionally is a time to take the day off and honor the hard-working men and women in our country. Picnics, parties and red, white and blue bunting mark the unofficial end of summer and the start of a busy fall season.

This Labor Day, I’d like to celebrate YOU, especially, our innovative, driven Consultants who have taken the challenges that 2020 has given us and made them opportunities for your best year yet!

We all know that women are still trying to catch up to men when it comes to pay in the workforce. A PayScale report found that women made only about 81 cents for every dollar men made in 2020. The gap has only shrunk seven cents in the last 5 years.

Here’s one more stat for you: April 2 is traditionally Equal Pay Day, when women’s earnings catch up to men’s, from the year before!! Pure Romance Consultants know that they get out of their business as much as they want to put in, and this year has been proof of just that.

From upping your brand game, to embracing Zoom and other virtual technology to finding your own brand and your own voice, you have taken all the roadblocks that 2020 has thrown in front of us and knocked them down flat! And in the process, you are constructing the life you always envisioned for you and your family.

We’ll have many more opportunities this year for you to kick your business up to higher levels than ever. But for one day, Labor Day, I want to stop and congratulate you for upping your game, taking obstacles and making opportunities and being there for your family and for your clients.

 

Cheers to you!

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1 month ago

Thank you Chris, Well, 2020 has certainly had it’s challenges, but I think your right as far as us pivoting as a sisterhood, and facing them head on! I am a newer consultant in fact, I think I purchased my kit the end of January, but I remember not really… Read more »