Tag Archives: Helping my community

Just One Day?

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Just One Day?

Are you fulfilled with your day to day life? I ask myself this question every, single day. Over the past couple weeks I can honestly say yes. My life is my own – I have no one to blame when I slack off but myself, BUT I have no one to praise when I accomplish the goals I set for myself but me.

Over a year ago I had decided to pursue a life of network marketing. This decision was a result of not being approved for paid time off to see my son try out for the Jamaican National Swim Team. An opportunity came up the very next day, I KNEW this was a Fantastic Opportunity, diverse and stable company, AND the Compensation Plan was simple and realistic. I started a couple days later.

My results weren’t spectacular, but I was able to keep my head above water. When I couldn’t get time off for my son’s first international meet (yes he made the team!) it stoked the internal desire. I was reminding people to download shop buddy on their computer and the app on their phone to earn Cash Back on their regular shopping.

My attitude was getting more negative, and I felt put upon at work. One day in the middle of a blaming incident (towards someone else for something I did and admitted to doing) I handed my resignation. I worked pretty consistently for the first few weeks but then with contentment I started getting lazy and slacking off. Thankfully I was attending online courses, listening to audio books, and watching instructional videos when one moved me so much that I decided to attend one.

Eric Worre was Spectacularly motivational in my life. I attended his Insanity Bootcamp and had SO many gems of wisdom to bring back to my team. The idea that resonated with me the most was People are moved by your campaign, then you THEN your opportunity. From what I’ve always learned with the teachings in network marketing is that one must promote the opportunity… nothing was ever said about a campaign or me. The inner fire got a little bigger.

I went to Insanity Bootcamp almost 2 months ago. My whole grasp of me and my campaign has changed. Now I want to Build a Better Community – helping licensed health professionals, entrepreneurs, business owners, non profits and the community. When that switch happened people started contacting me, I started meeting influential people within my community, and opportunities presented themselves.

Yesterday I replied to 7 people who were asking about this “job” and on the first reply I felt weird saying “this isn’t a job, it is a business opportunity that helps the community”. The old feelings and connotations with network marketing that I’ve experienced talking to people came back; and a small part of me felt misleading. Then I remembered something:

Network marketing is a way to freedom. It is one of the only professions that promotes self growth in order to achieve success.

There are companies that are switching from hourly pay to salary (no overtime) or strictly commission. I think that if the world is already going in that direction shouldn’t a person get paid for the foundation that they built, the products and services that they recommended and sold, and the positive difference that they make to the community? Shouldn’t each person be able to build their own dreams and have the freedom to spend time with their kids, follow their dreams, and live their passion?

I don’t think that a decision is made in one day… but the decision change course is. The feeling of accomplishment in making the decision usually is only the first day *grinning* before the fear of change or the unknown, failure or success creeps up on you. And one must battle that demon until one starts seeing the fruits of their labor. But for me the part that was sick and tired of having to answer to anyone, feeling unfulfilled, and feeling that my life was a spiral that was really wearing me down mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually is still to this day happy that I had the courage to take the first step and decide that I truly needed a change.

 

To borrow the close from my Dear Mentor Eric Worre

My wish for you is to make the decision to become a Network Marketing Professional – for you to truly Go Pro. Because it is a stone-cold fact that Network Marketing is a better way.”

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Better Attitude

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Better Attitude

When I started my network marketing career my focus was on how can I earn money. I forgot my attitude that it doesn’t matter how much I make as long as I enjoy what I’m doing. Over the months the work got to be really hard and I felt like I was stalling. With school recently starting and PTSA/PTAs needing assistance raising money, I turned my attention to helping my community’s non profit organizations.

With this I don’t have to bother my friends and family to buy things they don’t want or need, get exposed to hundreds in my community, and feel great helping others. To top it off I earn a living talking with and helping people.

I left a good paying job that was not fulfilling and life draining. With a leap of faith that network marketing works, a desire to make a difference in other people’s lives and the knowing that I can do so much more I found so much more! I look forward to every meeting. I look forward to talking with people. AND I never feel like I’m imposing as I truly have something that helps my community and those who contact me!

If you know of a non profit organization that needs help fund raising please have them contact me. I will gladly assist!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Duplicatability Overrated, Helping Charities

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My experience in Network Marketing is that when I have an idea that reflects my personality and abilities some of my senior partners will basically slap me down with “not being duplicatable”. I appreciate that there are some tried and true skills and systems that I can utilize, but being that my goals, personality and abilities are different isn’t it normal that some of my approaches be original? My team is open to the initiatives that I’m launching and want guidance to start duplicating what I’m doing.

I’m working with some of the local PTSAs and nonprofits that my son is a part of earn a potential of $187,200 annually in royalties without them having to ask supporters for money outright! How many charities do you know that can use the extra money? The process is simple and it takes time to build momentum but this is doable! Contact me to help local charities.

Thinking BIGGER

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I am the change I want to see

I am the change I want to see

After launching Put Health Back in Healthcare I was talking to an entrepreneur coach, Larry Jacobson, who saw my video and offered a free 30 minute consult. He picked apart what my goals were and how to relate them. He restructured how I need to order my videos to talk to the target audience. He also helped me to think BIGGER!

In my video I had stated that I wanted to

  1. Change the perception of Network Marketing
  2. Recruit and Train 5,000 ambitious South Floridians
  3. Assist 10,000 South Floridian Licensed Health Professionals

 

He said that my vision will automatically change people’s perception of Network Marketing so not to say it, just do it.

And the amount of people involved will make a difference within my community. *my goal* He then said that I should work with non-profits first. Thankfully my network marketing company has a NPO division which is free for the NonProfit and can earn a potential of $187,200 annually.

I’ve already spoken to my son’s school’s PTSA and will call all the schools in my county to assist them with this initiative.

My view has expanded from Put Health Back in Healthcare to Keep Money in the Community.