Before cabi, I was a flight attendant. We all had to take a 40 percent pay cut, so I needed to find a Plan B to fill in the gap. When my sister Mimi called and said, “You need to be a Stylist with cabi,” I thought, “I’ve never sold anything before in my life.”
When I looked at the business plan, I gathered the smartest people I knew and asked their advice. They all said, “This is the real deal, and you owe it to yourself to give it a shot.” The airline bankruptcy was probably the best thing that ever happened to me because it brought me into cabi!
I’ve learned everything I need to know about having a successful business by being with cabi and sticking with it, and over the years, I’ve found that everything in this business is not only learnable, it’s teachable. I’m defying the original concept of a business owner. I don’t have an MBA, I didn’t go to graduate school, and yet, I have my own business. I lead a group of successful women and I do it confidently.