Kim Nguyen- Bean - Growing People by Serving Their Needs
Updated: Jun 12, 2019
Mrs. Kim Bean's Mission: To positively impact a Million Women spiritually, mentally, emotionally and/or financially directly or indirectly by sharing growth principles which helped me in my journey."
OUR GOAL: TO HELP OTHERS BECOME TIME FREE AND FINANCIALLY FREE BY SPREADING THE KNOWLEDGE THAT WE OBTAINED IN OUR LIVES AND PAYING IT FORWARD.
Meeting people from all walks of life has taught me to be more open to listening to their needs and wants and become an advocate to helping them succeed by using their gifts and talents and what they have a passion for.
Kim Nguyen Bean's Story
At the age of 14-16 I started working summer jobs. At the age of 16 I had my first Full-Time job at a restaurant and worked myself up to a Manager. I graduated from West Brook High School and went on to attend Lamar University for Business Management. At the age of 20 I had other jobs that I started from the bottom & was blessed to work my self to the top and maintained some type of managerial position; all while going to college Full-time. My Grandmother always said, "We came to this country to give you all a better Life. Make certain you finish school and get a good job." I was never in love with school and always had to work hard to get my good grades. On May 22, 1999 I lost my She-ro! I took it hard and felt I wasn't able to move on with out my G-ma. I quit college and hid my sorrow by focusing on my career. I dedicated my time and committed myself to a company that paid me extremely well for someone that dropped out of college. Although this company didn't give the same commitment as I did in the company, I took away a lot of corporate experiences along with social skills that allowed me to develop my leadership roles. When my income was capped out at this company was when I realized in order to increase my financial thermostat I had to remove the lid on my life. Against my father and my family's will I moved to Houston in 2002. I was blessed to have met a successful gentleman in the company where I was employed. He showed me how to stretch myself and for the first time in my life I was able to get extremely close to a 6 Figure income. This gentleman even stretched me further and helped me become an entrepreneur. It was then I knew I wanted him to be a part of my life forever. It was a fairy tale moment when Samuel D. Bean asked me to marry him. I knew I was going to have the American dream and live happily ever after.