What is your story? Or in other words, what made you your awesome self you are today?
Shari and Kim are sisters, business partners, and best friends. Both climbed the corporate ladder only to find the view at the top wasn’t what either imagined. They took an unexpected path to entrepreneurship and found their true passion. Now they are on a mission to empower other women to live life on their terms. Shari and Kim created a movement to Kiss Corporate Goodbye to inspire other women to be the best version of themselves.
What message do you promote?
Network marketing can be a surprising pathway to have an impact on the world. Everyone deserves total freedom (Time, Financial, and Personal).
In what capacity do you LEAD UP in your community?
Kim and Shari have taken an active role in local organizations. Kim is a mentor at Seed Spot for budding entrepreneurs and she started a non-profit, Kids Dojo, a 501(C)3, providing Mountain Biking Camps and After School Programs. Shari is a Board member for Sisterhood Extravaganza and is involved with MASK and Cinderella Affair. All non-profits supporting self-esteem in teens and young women.
In business and/or in life, share a struggle you overcame that other women can relate to
Shari worked in a male-dominated industry and even though she had the same job, with bigger territories she was paid $20K less than her male counterparts. In addition, when she became sick and was hospitalized she found out others were interviewing for her job! These struggles made her get clear on the environment she wanted to work in and gave her the strength to leave corporate and create her own destiny.
For Kim, her husband had some health issues and she had to balance, her business, his business and had to find ways to stay positive in a dark time. All this was in a new city where she had to build her network and was away from family and friends.
Kim also had to close a business and find a way to pivot and restructure.
What is the most rewarding aspect of what you do?
For both, it’s seeing women transform, become confident, be able to speak their true voice, and have hope for a better future.
How do you SHOW UP?
As servant leaders who see the best in other people and who lead from the front.
If you could give one piece of advice for women who are entering the workforce or launching their own business what would that be?
-Don’t take advice from someone who isn’t where you want to be.
-Find a mentor
-Progress not perfection
-Find your purpose and make your purpose greater than your excuses
Contact Shari Weller and Kim Mylls, Kiss Corporate Goodbye
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