Moviestar & Actress Kristine Nevarauska about Paul Penders

Kristine Nevarauska is a very popular actress these days in movies and theatre in Latvia. She believes that a pure natural skin cleanser is up most important for keeping beautiful skin. Even more so after heavy mineral oil based theatre makeup has been applied to be used during long performances.
 
Kristine says: “It should be a matter of importance for any actress to use high quality healthy natural cosmetics in order to be always best presentable on screen, TV camera or just anywhere.”
 
Recently Kristine was interviewed by “Privata” (freely translated as “Private Life”) which is a very popular magazine overthere that everyone in Latvia likes to read.

Kristine shared her experience with the journalist of “Privata” about using Paul Penders Avocado & Cranberry P.M. Moisturizer besides our Rosemary & Calendula Cleansing Milk for reasons as mentioned above. These two Paul Penders products she loves in particular especially before previously having used a local brand of cosmetics.
 
In the same article she also mentioned using Elvital hair care products from L’Oreal.

Kristine chooses products very carefully as they must fit her skin even especially because of her profession. Only lately she discovered Paul Penders Natural Organic Herbal Cosmetics. She loves the products from us she has been using so far.
 
Thank you Kristine Nevarauska. We are very proud of you using our products. We look forward seeing your movies in the United States very soon as well.
 

SO HOW GOOD DO YOU WANT TO BE?

ALL of us want to be good at our jobs, but how good do we really want to be?
 
Quite good.
 
Good.
 
Very good.
 
The best in our field.
 
Or the best in the world?
 

Talent helps, but it won’t take you as far as ambition.
 
Everybody wants to be good, but not many are prepared to make the sacrifices it takes to be great.
 
To many people, being nice in order to be liked is more important. There’s equal merit in that, but you must not confuse being good with being liked.
 
Most people are looking for a solution, a way to become good.
 
There is no instant solution, the only way to learn is through experience and mistakes.
 
You will become whoever you want to be.
 
It’s Not How Good You Are…. is a guide to making the most of yourself. Paul Arden was a top advertising executive and this little book offers insights into the value of being fired, and why it’s often better to be wrong than to be right, and more! 🙂 The book (ISBN 9780714843377) is for everyone who aspires to succeed in life! We bring from time to time one of the many short pieces of this GREAT work.
 

How Good Do You Want To Be?

 

Did you know that nearly all rich and powerful people are not notably talented, educated, charming or good-looking? That they become rich and powerful only by wanting themselves to be rich and powerful?

 

Vision of where we want to be in life is the greatest asset we have. Without having a goal it’s difficult to score!

 

Quite interesting stuff from

 

“Its Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be”

 

the world’s best-selling book by Paul Arden… more less a guide of just over 100 pages of trying to make the most of ourselves in life. To make the unthinkable and the impossible possible.

 

Paul Arden was for decades at the top of one of the world’s most competitive industries and offers insights into diverse subjects….

 

For example, the value of being fired! Or why it is often better to be wrong than right?

 

Lots of original and logical answers to every-day’s questions. Much of these appear obvious when you read them but…. aren’t all questions easy when you know the answers already?

 

 

Looking to these birds resting on a gray chimney in the picture (one of many interesting images in Paul’s book); how do you feel? You feel your life is part of what you see looking at these birds? Or you feel free and creative?

 

Whether a school-leaver, self-employed, a housekeeper or a managing director, this book seems invaluable for everyone who aspires to succeed.

 

This is great stuff!
ISBN 978-0-71484337-7 www.phaidon.com