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Last Tuesday, I started my Tea Talks by sharing about goal setting. This week, I’d like to continue them but talking about just some of the ways that tea has stretched me and made me step out of my comfort zone – and, as a result, made me feel better about myself. I’m sure you’re thinking, “these tea talks having nothing to do with tea!” It may seem that way now, but I promise that some weeks I’ll be talking all about tea – the various kinds of tea, different ways to brew and use tea, etc. So, stay tuned.
Last weekend, I was privileged to attend the FIRST ANNUAL Steeped Tea Conference in the USA! It was our official launch here in the United States and I look for some exciting things to happen with this company here in the months and years to come. I’m so excited to be a part of it!
I had purchased my conference ticket a while ago but, quite honestly, I wasn’t 100% sure it would work out for me to attend. Flight prices were outrageous and it’s a 12+ hour drive! But, in the end, we made a road trip out of it, and I was able to take 2 girls from my team with me. We had a blast!
So, how has tea stretched me to step outside my comfort zone and given me more self-esteem?
Well, first of all, last weekend I wore an evening gown! That might sound silly, but I don’t even wear dresses as a general rule! (I will say that I did buy a dress for Easter this year and got a dress at Old Navy too – I have recently lost some weight and needed some new clothes and the prices were right.) I’ve always said that I feel very awkward and out of place when I’m dressed up. I’m not comfortable and I feel like everyone can tell. But, I actually felt pretty nice in my gown – and I got a lot of compliments from other
During the month of June, Steeped Tea had a selling contest for
And, as I shared last week, I stood on the main stage and gave a speech! This is something that would normally have had me a bundle of nerves for days, but I didn’t even feel nervous. (You can see my speech in last week’s post.) And all the other
I posted this on my Facebook page yesterday. This is really my WHY. I want to share this company with all women because I think it’s so important for all of us to experience these things.
If you are looking for a #sidehustle, I’d absolutely love to talk to you more about the Steeped Tea OpportuniTEA. I’m actively looking for new Sipologists to add to my TEAm and I think this is an amazing company to work for and there is so much room for growth.
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