Tell us a little about yourself and family life.
I am 18 years old. I attend California State University San Bernardino. I will be graduating with my bachelors in sociology with a minor in psychology next spring. I am recently engaged and getting married this summer! I am the youngest of 7 children, am a follower of Christ, and I love to spend my Sunday mornings working with the little ones at my church.
Tell us about what appealed to you to join EBW?
I had been struggling to find a good fitting bra for so many months that I just settled for this bra that didn’t fit, but the consultants literally told me they didn’t know what to do! I had a friend hook me up with my upline Kacy and was originally going to host a party, but fell in love with these bras so I decided to start uplifting women!
How do you balance work and family life?
More like work and school life! Just kidding, my family is very supportive of it. My mom loves to help me out from time to time, and my fiancé always helps in any way he can. He even made me a dressing room for me to take to expos!
What has EBW meant to you?
EBW has been awesome for me and the women in my community. I have gained some really awesome friendships and fun experiences that I will always treasure. Not to mention, so much comfort!
What is the one piece of advice you would give to a Rep who is just starting out with Essential Bodywear?
You will not be able to please everybody! I always get upset if I just can’t get a woman in the right fit, everybody is different and that’s okay. EBW doesn’t work for everybody, and that’s okay too. Don’t worry, there will be plenty more women you can help.
What are your goals for working with EBW?
My goal is to be in Cabo next year!
What have you gained from working with EBW?
New friends and relationships and the opportunity to help women feel comfortable and confident everyday.
What is one of your favorite quotes you live by?
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord,“plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11
How do you push through setbacks or disappointments in your business?
By knowing God has something even better in store.
What key things do you do that are helping you gain consistent bookings?
Being outgoing!! It’s an uncomfortable thing to do for many people! Be outgoing and open to helping women in any way they need it! Them feeling that support from you makes them so much more comfortable and gives them a better experience they will want to share!
What hard thing have you been pushing yourself to do to become more successful?
I need to get out there and talk to more local businesses. I want to set up fittings at women’s gyms and local stores!