Mr. Pleasant, IA – By 2020, 50 percent of households will be doing something in direct sales. Network marketing can offer women a second income that’s residual, but most importantly, empowering.
Denise McCormick learned this first-hand when she tapped into her entrepreneurial spirit. After a career spent in education as a college professor, today Denise has redirected into network marketing and she has no intention of looking back.
“People realize their individual power. It’s up to you if it’s going to be the way you want it to be,” says Denise. “We all have our challenges but with a positive attitude you can overcome your obstacles.”
Denise says one the biggest problems facing women today is quality childcare. Network marketing is something women can do from their home at the time they choose to do it.
““There are so many women working at the poverty level with so many obstacles in their way,” says Denise. “My whole purpose and passion is to help women become economically sustainable."
Denise represents Arbonne International. Specializing in all aspects of skincare and health and beauty, Arbonne International offers products for skincare and brain health, combined with a generous compensation plan, exceptional support, training and leadership to create the perfect window of opportunity. Denise works closely with her associates on building brand awareness and marketing.
“Our company Arbonne International changes people’s lives,” says Denise. “I’m so passionate about helping women achieve their goals. I want women to know there are so many opportunities out there for them if we support each other and work together.”
For more information, visit www.denisemccormick.com.