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Directors under 20 years old...

tiffanypc05

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Nov 3, 2005
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Does anyone know of any directors that are 20 yrs. old or younger...? I'm just wondering, I'm on my way to promoting by June and I'm only 19. I know i'm they youngest in my cluster, but didn't know If I'd be one of the youngest directors when I promote.
 

barbchan

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Mar 16, 2006
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I'm sure there are directors under 20. You have quite an advantage being 19 because you have a clear direction you want to go and the umf behind it to get you there. I bet you will make a wonderful director. I wish you all the best! :)
 

gilliandanielle

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Dec 1, 2005
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It's hard being young!

I for one can vouch for being young in this business! It is hard. I went to a home office training and an older woman asked me if I was a consultant. I said yes and she gave me this weird look and said under her breath "You don't look old enough to drive!" I could have hit her!! I just turned 21, have been married since 18, have 2 kids and a sucessful PC business. I joined when I was 19 and have done well, I think. I have a hard time because a lot of consultants get orders from their friends. All my friends live with their parents or in dorms with NO PC budget! This doesn't really pertain to your thread but I had to vent! *SORRY*
Congrats on being a director-in-waiting and show everyone what we youngn's can do!

Gillian Wright
Consultant #417481
Wasilla, Alaska

21 years old and proud of it!
 

tiffanypc05

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Nov 3, 2005
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you go girl! Yeh, it's different for me to b/c all of my friends are still out partying and doing crazy stuff-none of them know how to cook and they don't want pc. Young people look at me weird when i tell them i sell pc, but i love it. My MIL and mother have helped me a lot. BTW, I'm 18 married and have a 10 month old.
 

soonerchef

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Feb 17, 2006
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tiffanypc05 said:
you go girl! Yeh, it's different for me to b/c all of my friends are still out partying and doing crazy stuff-none of them know how to cook and they don't want pc. Young people look at me weird when i tell them i sell pc, but i love it. My MIL and mother have helped me a lot. BTW, I'm 18 married and have a 10 month old.

Tiffany, I must say that you speak very well and I would have never imagined that you were so young! All of you youngin's keep at it and show your peers what can be done with work and dedication!
 

jwpamp

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Jan 13, 2006
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wow! You go tiffany! just think of where you will be in 10-15 years...my Sen. Exec Dir has been doing this for less than 15 years and makes around $250,000 a year! stay with it!!
 

tiffanypc05

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Nov 3, 2005
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Wow!!!

WOW!!! I would love to be making $250,000. I could even deal with $100,000. My husband would probably quit his job and ride his lawn mower all day...haha!!!!
 
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