Unwrap Your Potential, Shine Your Sparkling Color!

Are you ready to unwrap your potential?
Are you ready to work and shine your sparkling colors?


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This afternoon as I am reading and preparing for the coming week, I found a blog post by Michael Hyatt about entrepreneurship and passing wealth building attributes on to the next generation. He has five entrepreneurial minded daughters, so this struck a chord with me. We have three daughters we want prepared for the real world, and we are considering ways for them to think like an entrepreneur, rather than relying on bosses and companies to always be there to support them. We fully support them being full-time wives and mothers first, but we know entrepreneurship will also help them support their families if necessary.

I’ve been one of Lilla Rose’s “Slow Starts.” I did not intend to grow a business initially. We just wanted hair clips at a discount. Dr. P. loved them in our hair, and still does. We slowly realized that there weren’t many consultants in this industry, and we could do fundraisers for our causes and we could add to our family income too, and if nothing came of our mini pursuit, there would be no risk, no loss. I never intended to build a team or pursue promotions with in the company, so for the first eighteen months, I worked only with my children. Our sons have also developed some business savvy in the process of our family working the hobby business.


What I realize now is that God has been doing a work in me for the last three years. For the second eighteen months of my being in the industry and company and direct sales structure, I have trained, trained, trained while working in learning marketing, branding, and leadership. In order to be a good leader and to mentor other women, including my own daughters, I needed to build a solid foundation in these business skills, as well as to learn live video streaming, the art of making graphics and slideshow videos, sending newsletters, and other great things. stretching and growing in skills I never needed or thought I’d want to possess. We have begun to incorporate many of these real life skills into our homeschooling program.

We still get to do fundraisers, work with hostesses in online Style Boutiques, set up pop shops in assisted living facilities and retirement homes, homeschool co-ops, restaurants, and hair salons. We attend festivals, crafts shows, and networking events. Our children are learning real life skills and entrepreneurship by actually being in the real world, and then helping with marketing skills, tracking inventory, customer care, and business math too.

As Michael Hyatt said in this post, “A slow start offers the time and testing you need to build the right foundation for success.” I feel so encouraged at the work that God has been doing in me in order to have that right foundation. “What feels like a curse is really a huge blessing. Slow starts are to our character what winning can be to our finances. But if we jump for the win without developing the maturity to manage it, we run the risk of losing it all in the end,” also said by Michael Hyatt.

So what do you think?

Are you ready to unwrap your potential?
Are you ready to work and shine your sparkling colors?

Do you wish you had extra money?
Do you want an opportunity that is still ground floor with fewer than 7000 consultants in the country?
Do you need a low start up cost?


You could give yourself the gift of entrepreneurship!

Is it perfect? Nope.
Is it easy? Nope.
Do we work hard? YES!
Are we having fun? YES!

Are there benefits? You bet! Join Lilla Rose for as little as $50, and receive biz supplies and 5 clips to use for sizing or keep. It’s still ground floor with fewer than 10,000 Stylists in the country, and only 10% of those working the business.

But there is more:

• Free website
• 30-45% Commission–Pay checks for working at home!
• No sponsoring requirements-but additional income if you do
• No monthly quotas- a yearly $30 in product is all
• Flexible work hours
• Team support
• Fun!

Join us!

If you end up being a Slow Start at anything you try, don’t cave to doubts or frustrations, or let anyone downplay your successes. Don’t criticize yourself or talk negatively. Maybe God is doing a work in you too, preparing you for great things. Maybe your life season is not yet right. Attitudes of condemnation are not from the Lord, are not motivating, and are not a method of success. You don’t have to do things the same way or on the same timeline as anyone else in order to be successful either. If you are moving forward, you are moving forward. ♥

“…who knows but that you have come to your royal position for such a time as this?” Esther 4:14

“There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.” Ecclesiastes 3:1

“He has made everything beautiful in its time.” Ecclesiastes 3:11

“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters…” Colossians 3:23

“…acknowledge the God of your father, and serve him with wholehearted devotion and with a willing mind, for the Lord searches every heart and understands every desire and every thought. If you seek him, he will be found by you; but if you forsakehim, he will reject you forever. Consider now, for the Lord has chosen you to build a house as the sanctuary. Be strong and do the work.” 1 Chronicles 28:9-10



PS Speaking of Fundraisers for Hannahlee:

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