I was approached by a national sales director for Mary Kay. At first I thought, no way. Then I thought about my mother and the fact that she loved selling Mary Kay and how much fun she had doing it. And I thought, this could be fun.
I started my training in November 2008. After only three weeks selling, I ended up being the number one seller in my group for the quarter. It’s a great company and I love meeting other women and helping them look and feel great.
Kim adds "My goal is to become a national sales director and to open up Mary Kay in Nepal," and plugs her own Mary Kay website (which the Hustle's rusty Google skills wont rustle up for him).
It's a slightly odd, although somehow fitting coda, for a council member who always seemed to do things on the dais her own way. (Plus, now we know where to get our olive-toned foundations.)
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