100th Anniversary of International Women’s Day
March 8, 2011, marks the 100th annual International Women’s Day (IWD), a celebration of the strides that women have made toward equality in their family, work, and personal lives. IWD’s goals of providing women with choices that empower them to lead full and productive professional and personal lives are a perfect fit with the opportunity that lia sophia presents for women to own their own businesses.
As a lia sophia advisor, I can set and reach my own goals and I control my own earning potential by deciding how many hours I want to work each week and how many shows I want to hold. I can also balance my business commitment with what matters most to me–my family, friends, and activities.
At a time when the threat of pink slips and downsizing has many families concerned about their financial futures, independent business people like lia sophia advisors know that they can retain and influence their earning power based on their own, individual efforts.
In addition to earning profits on every piece of jewelry they sell, advisors with the fashion jewelry direct selling organization earn bonuses and other rewards based on sales and the number of shows they hold.
“I love the jewelry and rewards I earn by doing something I love. As I introduce my friends and customers to the lia sophia opportunity, I am rewarded at even higher levels–and I get the satisfaction of helping other women discover the means to reach their dreams.”
Born out of the socialist movement, IWD is now a major day of global celebration for the economic, political and social achievements of women in the past, present, and future. In some places like China, Russia, Vietnam, and Bulgaria, IWD is a national holiday. Men honor their wives, mothers, sisters, girlfriends, etc. with small gifts and flowers, and in some countries, the day takes on the feel of the American Mother’s Day, with children presenting mothers and grandmothers with small presents.
“I feel that I’m honoring all women with every milestone I reach in my lia sophia business. I’m grateful to have financial security without having to sacrifice the things that are most important to me.”
For women with an entrepreneurial spirit, lia sophia combines an extensive line of high-quality products with an unparalleled opportunity to own their own business.
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