Wioletta Sadowska from Poland: "My metamorphosis has also helped me make many difficult life decisions"
My adventure with Tupperware started 12 years ago. It was my mom who got me in to the first party at my house. Can you imagine that I did not buy anything. I didn't buy anything at the next meeting either. I got my first bowl, spoon and a shaker from my mom on Christmas. It was not long after that I was laid off from work. In order not to try another job I agreed to have a dog. The puppy was an excuse - it was my responsibility to take care of it. Then I got an offer from my consultant to try my luck at Tupperware. Me – who cannot and does not like to cook. Me, who is scared of people, me – a little, gray mouse. Believe me, only once have I met a girl so scared and lost like I was at that time. It took me a long time to decide. It was my 10-year old daughter, who helped me make the decision. She declared she would get with me to give presentations. She helped and encouraged me for two years. I also got plenty of support from my manager, who kept me in good spirit and congratulated on even the smallest sale. Believe me, it was during the meetings that I learned to shake hands, accept praise and congratulations. I learned to look people straight in the eye. I started to believe that I was somebody. Now, I am an entirely different woman. They call me “the one with black curls". People who used to know me before don’t recognize me anymore. Others admire me and I know there are some, who even envy me. I have learned self-respect. I am well respected by my family and friends. My metamorphosis has also helped me make many difficult life decisions – the decisions that make me feel a full-fledged woman who enjoys her life. As someone has told me once, what’s most important is to have a job you like - it makes you feel like you are on vacation all the time". That is exactly how I feel after 12 years at Tupperware.