Network marketing isn’t for me.
I’m not a salesy kind of person.
I’m an introvert.
I don’t know enough about the products.
I’m too old.
I’m too young.
The market is saturated.
I live in a tiny town.
I don’t have enough time.
I could have missed out on this life by thinking small. I could have claimed all of the above excuses as to why I couldn’t do it. Instead I named all the reasons I HAD to! 🙋🏼♀️
I started slow (because I was pregnant with #6
and on partial bedrest) but a little over one year into it, I was earning enough to cover our house payment plus all of our utilities. Since that point, my check has more than doubled. And this is just the beginning. 🙌🏼
When people talk about “how hard” it is, I nod. Because I realize it’s hard, too. It’s hard to be misunderstood. It’s tough to share what you love from your heart and be ignored at times. It’s hard to have a mindset of growth and contribution and abundance when it’s easier to just “exist.” 😴
But really, like @bethanyjshipley
says, “what sounds harder to me is checking the bank account to see if I have enough money to get a coffee. Or hearing about someone in need and having literally nothing to offer...or thinking about Christmas time with little resources. Or having someone else dictate my schedule. Those are harder to me.” #truth
Is network marketing perfect? No, nothing is. Is it for everyone? Nope. But it would take a whole lot of convincing to get me to believe there’s something better for me (and for the women I’m working with) than this. ✌🏼
If you’re curious how much $ I’m earning, check out youngliving.com/ids and look at the Silver (almost Gold) rank. 🥳
If you’re curious if this is for you, let me know and we’ll chat about it. You’re welcome at our table and I’m betting you’ll be amazing! 🤗