My Perfectly Imperfect Podcast Episode 2 Is LIVE

My Podcast, Perfectly Imperfect, has been so busy lately with special guests dropping in for some amazing visits. This episode is extra special to me for a variety of reasons.

My guest, Jennifer Bickel Cook, is the author of “Pass It On, What I Learned From MARY KAY ASH”. She was with Mary Kay for 45 years. She was Mary Kay’s Executive Assistant, the Director of the Mary Kay Museum and The Mary Kay Foundation; and so much more. She wrote this book to pass on some of the amazing lessons she learned in her time with Mary Kay.

The SUPER cool thing for me is THIS: I worked at Mary Kay Corporate during a portion of that time, so this conversation was so dear to me. It’s hard to find someone who worked there when I did that I could reminisce in such detail with. It made me tear up, not gonna lie. I hold my time at Mary Kay Corporate so very dear and treasure it deeply.

Here’s the video of our chat. I hope you enjoy…

I don’t want one person to come at me about my hair or the lighting I used. My hair tools died earlier in the day, so I turned those lights up as bright as I could handle ’em, and went to work, baby!

Published by Kimber

I'm a TV and International Radio host, contributing columnist to DeVille Magazine, motivational speaker, podcaster, blogger, and so much more. I love my fur babies, I love Memphis, Elvis, and all things music! Having toured internationally as a singer/songwriter in the past, it's my joy to once again be working on new music for 2022. There are so many new things on my horizon in the new year, won't you join me?! Authentically, joyfully, beautifully broken, and loudly ME.

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