This fact is plain and simple: the behaviour of an organisation's leaders shape the company's culture.
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Every industry has to deal with its own myths and assumptions, but when it comes to direct sales, there are a few common misunderstandings we'd like to set straight.
If one of your plans is to spend more time with family, or to have the freedom to dictate when you work, it's time to consider starting your own Lorraine Lea business. Lisa, from WA, made exactly that decision and has come a long way in just 12 months.
Not only was she juggling the 7-day-per-week operation of her pet stop, grooming salon and saddlery in country Victoria, she was also the director of a large-scale equestrian event. Her schedule was full and demanding, but she wouldn't have had it any other way.
Lesley Ratz lives with the philosophy that life is too short to not aim for your dreams. For the past 17 years she has been a self-employed Lorraine Lea Independent Stylist and used the income from her business to achieve financial independence and set her family up for the future.
Claiming she’d go crazy in a normal nine to five job, Joanna Sivec relishes the freedom, flexibility and earning potential of her Lorraine Lea career. Celebrating 23-years with the company this year, she vows her lifestyle is second to none.
It didn’t take Cassie Stewart long to see the career potential in the direct selling industry. Jumping at the opportunity to make money in a fun and relaxed environment, Cassie began her Lorraine Lea business in her early 20s as a way to earn some extra income, but never imagined how much she could achieve when given the tools and support to succeed.