For those who missed it, this was a comment placed on our article with the old seminar video. Our new friend Cheryl wants us to move on.
Thank you for posting this. I actually like this video. It takes me back to a happier time when I was young. This was my first Seminar and I had a blast with my best friend. I had been a consultant for one year and had saved money from my skin care classes and facials so I could attend.
I never over-ordered products and loved helping my customers. Those were some of the best years of my life. I was a consultant for 11 years. It was never my intention to be a director, I just enjoyed the business.
I am still a customer to this day. With more years behind me than ahead of me I would much rather see something like this, women laughing, having fun with girlfriends (as stupid as it may look to you), than people rioting, burning buildings etc.
I get that many of you had bad experiences in Mary Kay. I did not, I had fun, made extra spending money, and met some wonderful women who are still my friends today.
I am not what you people like to call a Kaybot, I am no longer a consultant but I still love the company. I simply choose to see the positive rather than the negative.
Think of your bad experience as a learning experience and move on. Believe me life is too short to focus on so much negativity. I will be dead when Mary Kay celebrates their 100th year in business, but I will be cheering them on from up above!