Being in network marketing can be really powerful because it can teach you the basics of running a business, which a lot of people use to branch out to running their own business later. I still love to support women in network marketing! But after several years being successful in network marketing myself I realized it was no longer for me, and in this post I’m sharing my story and my reasons for leaving the industry.
Your first year in business can be exciting, scary, and enlightening, all at the same time! I’m answering questions about my first year in this business, and offering tips to help you make yours a success as well!
You have likely heard the term “know, like, and trust.” I’ll teach you why it is the cornerstone for your marketing efforts in order to ultimately get people to want to buy from you as well as how to do it.
We get so worried about failing. We view it in such a negative way, but there can be a lot of positive things about failure! Instead of being super afraid to fail and avoiding failure at all costs, we can easily reframe it and know that it's something that is inevitable in the world of business and not a bad thing at all. If we look at it in a different way, then it can actually be one of our best assets. I’m going to share some tips with you to help you view failure this way so you can truly grow from it!
I’ve noticed something troubling with female entrepreneurs, and it’s pretty common. Too common to be a coincidence. The issue: far too many women display the signs of not feeling worth of the success they say they want. I talk about the sneaky signs you’re struggling with feelings of unworthiness in business, and simple ways to boost your self-worth as an entrepreneur.