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Heritage Makers is changing my life!!!

What I do. Why I do it. How I do it. February 7, 2009

I have 11 words that I tell my clients…What I do. Why I do it. How I do it. That’s my business in a nut shell. Some of you may think I’m nuts, being so passionate about my Heritage Makers business, and you may be a bit right. Who can say they absolutely LOVE their job? Not many….So…

WHAT I DO…I help people preserve their photos through storybooking. I help people solve their picture problem. I help people strengthen their home and family through story. That is What I Do.

WHY I DO IT…I am a Heritage Maker because our generation is the last generation who has real paper photos (pre-2000 and hand-me-downs from relatives). I will not hand down a memory stick, a hard drive, or a disc to my children. Everyone deserves to read the story behind the photos they take. They say a picture is worth a 1,000 words. Who’s writing your 1,000 words?

HOW I DO IT…I do it with our online publishing studio (MAC and PC friendly). I do it with over 35,000 pieces of digital artwork at my disposal. I do it with text boxes that have no word limit. I do it when my kids are sleeping or when my husband is giving them a bath. I make time. I do it by learning through other amazing consultants and my team.

I invite you to join me as a workshop host or consultant. But most importantly, as a client. Your picture problem will only get worse. You will never have a less busier time in your life than right now. This company has changed my life and it is my goal to change the lives of others.  Contact me at Kim@Kimsbookshelf.com.

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