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In Pink: The Personal Story of a Mary Kay Pioneer Who Made History Shaping a New Path to Success for Women

Dingler, Doretha

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ISBN 10: 0985372516 / ISBN 13: 9780985372514
Editorial: Brevin, LLC
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Título: In Pink: The Personal Story of a Mary Kay ...

Editorial: Brevin, LLC

Encuadernación: PAPERBACK

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In Pink is the memoir of a self-made woman who succeeded on her own terms by seizing the opportunity created by Mary Kay Ash when she founded her unique company at the very epoch of the women’s movement in America. From humble beginnings bidding peas for her family’s east Texas agri-business to overseeing a multi-million dollar international cosmetics enterprise, In Pink is the uniquely feminine success story of a woman who attained her dreams while staying true to the perennial Mary Kay values of “God first, family second, and career third.”

In Pink is also the memoir of a generation of women who came of age at a time when women were just beginning to find their voice in the corporate world and redefine their role as equals among their male counterparts. Using the Mary Kay model, Doretha Dingler became a business owner in the deep south in the 1960s, when a woman still had to have her husband’s signature to obtain a loan, and ultimately came to lead a sales force comprised of thousands of like-minded women determined to achieve success on their own terms.

Over a nearly forty year career with Mary Kay, Doretha Dingler went from being put on notice of impending termination as a consultant to the very top of the Mary Kay sales force, retiring as the No. 1 Elite Executive Independent National Sales Director (NSD) worldwide. She was one of only five NSDs to have reached that No. 1 status at the time of her retirement, with more than $10,000,000 in career earnings. Doretha was also the first NSD in the history of the company to earn over $100,000 in one month and the first to be “on-target” for a million dollar year. Doretha ultimately came to lead a $66,700,000 international sales force known in Mary Kay parlance as the “Dingler Area” that generated nineteen “National Offspring” Directors including Barbara Sunden, the current number No. 1 Elite Executive National Sales Director worldwide whose own phenomenal success has made a lasting contribution to the Dingler legacy.

“One of the reasons I’ve been successful is that I paid close attention to what Doretha Dingler did with her Mary Kay business and what she showed me about leadership. Here is a principled woman who defines the classic role of a mentor. I also know how much Mary Kay Ash trusted her and how proud she would be to have you read this book.”

—Barbara Sunden, Mary Kay’s current No. 1 Elite Executive Independent National Sales Director, earning over $1 million per year every year since 2008

About the Author:

Doretha Dingler is a Mary Kay Elite Executive Independent National Sales Director Emeritus. Joining the company shortly after it was founded by Mary Kay Ash in the early sixties, Doretha worked closely with Mary Kay from the company’s early years until her passing in 2001 and still considers her the most significant role model for women in business today. After retiring from a nearly forty-year career, Doretha still devotes time to writing, teaching, and encouraging others to continue Mary Kay’s priceless legacy of empowering women. Through this book, Doretha seeks to educate and inspire women around the world, in developed and developing countries, with practical tips of running a woman-owned business combined with timeless principles of personal and people management. A unique multimedia display memorializing the seven NSDs in the fifty-year history of this multi-billion dollar company who have reached the pinnacle of the sales force by attaining the coveted No.1 position in commissions nationally, was recently unveiled at Mary Kay world headquarters in Dallas. Upon her retirement, Doretha was the fifth NSD to have earned this prestigious title.

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