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Soul Purpose!

Hello. I'm writing in the heart of New York City! Rockefeller Center is a nice spot to eat, play, shop and more. People are skating outside in April! Could this really be only in New York?

So grateful that Starbucks is available for me to communicate with you online. At 12:30 I will be meeting with Andrea Bearam of Soul Purpose. I will be finding out more information on the opportunity to become an entrepreneur with this company.

'It's a different kind of company' goes their slogan. 'As a socially responsible direct selling company, Soul Purpose will redefine empowerment by supporting individual purpose and vision through the marketing of natural, quality products that illuminate body, beauty, style and spirit,' as written on site. Lotions, perfumes, body scrubs and scents from all over the world are introduced to potential clients. Check out the site Soul Purpose.com Nadine Thompson is the founder of this unique company.

I found out about this opportunity at the library. One of their entrepreneurs was on the site. It looked so attractive. The colors were beautiful and refreshing. It was very inspiring just to view! Then as life would have it, Andrea was at Brittany K. Earls' launch party for Genesis Magazine. I wrote about it on Tuesday's post.

I was able to try out some of the nice products at the launch. Check the website out for yourself. Do something today to refresh your senses. Get a journal to write down those things that will help you to accomplish what your soul purpose is in life. Begin your journey of filling your soul.

Be Blessed!-Peace

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