My Think Pink Party went very well. Several people cancelled at the last minute but I also had quite a few to show up. I made up games to educate people on breast cancer and ways to protect themselves financially. The feed back was very good. A couple of people offered to host a party for me to enlighten their friends and family. My sister (who is my worst/best critic), said she was so impressed with the party, she's going to see if I can go to her job during breast cancer awareness month. She said she thought it would be depressing but she actually found it very interesting. There was FOOD, FUN and inFORMATION!
Four people enrolled in my cancer plan and that always makes me feel good. Not because I earn money....I really don't get a large commission from the cancer plan...but because they are protected and won't have to worry financially if something happens. It's just best to be proactive. One of my clients was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in August 2014 (originally diagnosed about 8 years ago recurrence in August 2014). She finished chemo and was doing really well. Her CT Scan showed a suspicious spot and she had surgery on Thursday. She called during the party and I put her on speaker and she told how the policy has helped her and her family. She gave testimony of how she feels comfortable contacting me with questions. All of that made me feel really good and I didn't ask her to do that. I thought it was really kind. This was her second surgery and the plan has paid her over $5,000 for each surgery as well as for the days she spends in the hospital. She said it has been well worth the $23.60 monthly premium.
I'm going to host another one soon. My heart is so wrapped up in this...I can't stop thinking of ways to make it better.