“I started my Mary Kay business single with no children, and now I’m married with three children. I really love being home and having a business where I can spend quality time with them and be involved in their school activities.”
A master’s in Mary Kay. “I had my nose in the air with my graduate degree,” says Independent National Sales Director Sabrina Goodwin Monday. With a master’s degree in broadcast journalism, Sabrina worked for The Boston Globe and had her own jewelry and accessories business before she heard about the Mary Kay opportunity. Once she learned about the business, she started learning many new things about herself.
“One of the most valuable lessons I’ve learned is how to live in harmony and truly have it all,” says Sabrina. “I have friends with good careers, but they don’t have quality family time or harmony because they work 60 to 70 hours a week.” Sabrina didn’t leave the newspaper until she was well on the road to success, with a Cadillac Career Car in the driveway. Concentrating on her new Mary Kay business full time gave her the freedom to explore her earning potential while living a more well-rounded life.
“I started my Mary Kay business single with no children, and now I’m married with three children. I really love being home and having a business where I can spend quality time with them and be involved in their school activities,” says Sabrina. She feels enormous pride when she sees her business principles filtering down to her children. “They know how to praise others, give recognition and set goals. It’s really a wonderful thing.”
Sabrina says she’s changed over the years, and she is happy with the person she has become. “I think the Mary Kay opportunity has given me permission to be me. When you’re in a newsroom, you can’t be who you want to be. Editors have their own ideas of who they want you to be and how you should fit into the mold. My Mary Kay business celebrates me for who I am.”