I know you didn't stumble upon this by accident, so let's chat! I've been on this journey of home fragrance influencer, and entrepreneur for more than 6 years now, and I do not regret a single minute of it.
The business of social retail has changed drastically over the past 5 years or so. And the great thing about this business is it makes it easier than ever to be successful. But I will be 100% honest with you, when I decided to click the button on the at the time, join special of $49
I’ll tell you why I DIDN’T take the leap before I did:
🤷🏽♀️ No one asked!!!!
✌️I only knew 2 people who were a part of the company and they worked at the same place I did...
🙄I knew people in other direct sales (MLM) and THEY WERE LESS SUCCESSFUL THAN I WAS DOING MY 9-5 and it was annoying to see all of the posts of products on my Facebook feed.
I said no before I was even asked!
But I didn’t say yes in March of 2016 when I joined...
I said yes a year or so into already being a consultant. When I met more people with amazing goals. When I actually met crazy successful people who didn't stop pursuing their dreams and saw how they were living and one shared her paycheck (that’s the TRUTH). When I put the time in to grow myself, to do the training, and when I saw the impact it would have on not just my life, but the lives of so many others. I said yes then and made a commitment. I said yes, and changed my mindset.
I never had the desire to be a stay-at-home mom. I never wanted to homeschool my children. Man, I would be doing those brilliant minds, a huge disservice! They need someone who has a calling for that. They are too smart and too curious for this mama. It wasn’t the $49 special. It wasn’t the extra money. It was none of that in March of 2016.
But when I saw what we could do with the little income I got. I said yes. And that’s when I finally “joined/said yes”
And then I saw my recruit get a recruit and saw my team grow. I saw women loving who they were and saw them trying to be successful. I watched others work it and gain confidence. I saw other women shaking on stage (I don’t have that fear oddly enough...I love to Public speak). I knew they were vulnerable, anxious, clueless women, but they did it. Some were single, some were married, some were 20 and 50 years old. But the one thing I knew we all had in common was the drive, the want to, and the willingness to not give up on a dream.
So what do you say? Join us!