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Working On A New Chapter...

I'm excited about a new venture in my life! It's not a venture that will replace what I'm currently doing because I love doing my Murraytalk Workshops inspiring and coaching individuals on working towards becoming the best that they can possibly be. This is more of a side gig because I have to stay busy - ( I'm sure there's medication for that) it's something that has also been a big part of my life - beauty. I've been in the fashion/beauty industry for approximately 30 years and I have loved all of it. I've had a taste of pretty much everything in the industry from wardrobe for fashion shoots and fashion shows, commercial work, print work, designer, and a boutique owner, and I  have loved it all! But, as many of you know I finally retired from my clothing sales with the exception of my Murraytalk T-shirts...they will live on forever! I was toying with what I was going to do and praying about what I should do when recently I came across Younique. and immediately knew this is what I was looking for. I love the fact that they are the first direct-sales company to market and sell almost exclusively through the use of social media...big plus for me! So I'm off to create a new chapter in my life...wish me luck!

Take a look and see what you think.

Peace, love, & hugs!

"One step must start each journey." Author Unknown, from Just One


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