Rachael is now Reaping the Benefits of her Hard Work.
The single greatest thing that I want to do in this life-changing industry is to support others. However, the corporate side of things has done wonders for our family. The economy worked well for her husband as he was no longer required to waste time searching for jobs that would support their financial plans. By extension, to mark the gift of global travel as a memory. She then took her and her rainbow child, Sadie, to Australia to mark their two years of international travel with an underwater rainbow baby born in July named Sadie.
Rachael Johnson’s health took an abrupt turn shortly after we last spoke with her two years ago. Rachael was diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder that caused excruciating symptoms. Dealing with the pain interfered with the quality time she spent with her four daughters, which bothered her. “I was so tired and sick that I felt there had to be more to this than what I had been diagnosed with.”
As Rachael tried to pinpoint the source of her increasing symptoms, she recalled a fellow Consultant’s personal success in removing her breast implants after experiencing similar symptoms. With this in mind, she wanted to look into the possibility of a further connection between her own breast implants and her symptoms.
Making the brave decision to remove her own implants in the hopes of helping to ease her symptoms, fueled by the extensive studies she had conducted and the extreme effect the pain was having on her everyday life, and thankfully her path to recovery began.
As she recovered in the hospital, the love and encouragement she got from her Rodan + Fields group reminded her of how much kindness her company offered. “Everyone in the Rodan + Fields group was sending me love and light, and the energy I felt was incredible.
While Rachael was in the hospital, she was still able to onboard new consultants. After that, getting back into the swing of things was such a quick transition.” Rachael spent the quality time she craved with her daughter’s thanks to a significant improvement in her symptoms and the flexible schedule of her R+F company. “I am willing to volunteer at my children’s schools, pick them up and drop them off, and be fully present when caring for them. That was not an option before this venture.”
Rachael is still the leading Consultant in Canada today. However, she is even more inspired to share the opportunity that her R+F company provided her with so that others can benefit from the community’s unconditional support. As an RFx Circle Leader, Rachael hopes to keep her title and enter RFX Circle 2020 by continuing to help her team as they work to achieve their business objectives. “I am more excited than ever about our next step of growth.
The path to Women Entrepreneurship is you need to put in a lot of effort in meeting new people and engaging in more conversations. With what my Rodan and Fields company has been able to do for me, I know it is a blessing. I’m just excited to support others by sharing this company with as many people as possible.