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Success Made to Last Mentoring Monday with Jennifer Bickel Cook of 4word Women

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Success Made to Last Mentoring Monday with Jennifer Bickel Cook of 4word Women. 

Jennifer Bickel Cook
Author of Pass It On:
What I Learned From Mary Kay Ash

Jennifer began her association with Mary Kay in 1971 as a part-time
employee working her way through college.
After earning her degree in 1974 she became a full-time employee and
Mary Kay's executive secretary, and was later promoted to Administrative
Assistant and then supervisor of Mary Kay's staff, which Mary Kay called
"the department of sunshine and rainbows."  As she took on more and
more responsibility, she was promoted to Manager in 1994.

 
In 2016 God began calling Jennifer to fulfill some of her lifelong dreams of
serving him. She retired in 2017 after a 45 year association with Mary Kay
Inc.  She lives in Irving, Texas, with her husband Rodney.  She has three
grown children and three grandsons with another grandson on the way.

The title of the book is Pass It On, What  I Learned from Mary Kay Ash.

 How did you come to be associated with 4Word?

 I understand you have written a book.  What is the book about and how does it relate to mentoring?

  How did Mary Kay Ash mentor you? Share one of your favorite moments about watching Mary Kay mentor others.  What advice would you tell people who are mentoring others? And for those who would like to have a mentor, what would you tell them?

 

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