So let’s talk bad reviews. Have you ever loved a certain product and went online to read the reviews about it and you’re like, say whaaaaat?
Being half a year into business, I thought now was as good a time as any to shed some light on these topics: Is this business legit? and Can I really make money?
Why is it that we are annoyed by our friends who strive to succeed in certain professions, like direct sales? Perhaps what we really need to do is to check ourselves.
Many of us are pretty skeptical when it comes to trying something new that promises amazing results, but comes with a price tag that makes you think twice.
Success doesn’t come to you; you go to it. For anyone who thinks they can sit back, dream, and wait for the golden doors of opportunity to come knocking at their feet, they are sorely mistaken.
For entrepreneurs, especially women, a significant amount of student loan debt can directly impact their ability to start a business.
People like to paint rosy pictures for social media, but excuse me while I get real for a second. 4:75 - What does that number mean to you? If you look at it as a win-loss ratio, you'd be sitting at 5% (borderline epic failure). What does it mean to me? It's the number of games Keylen's dad has been able to be at since Key started sports 3 years ago. 4... out of 75.
Everyone knows the saying "Rome wasn't built in a day." And everyone knows it means that important work takes time. But do you know the second, lesser known part of that quote? It continues, "...but they were laying bricks every hour." Rarely is anything an overnight success.
When the opportunity first came about to join Rodan + Fields, I was polite, but without hesitation, said no. For one, I am not a sales person. Two, I despise network marketing companies (MLMs as they are commonly know), and three, I don't have time. But reasons aside, is Rodan + Fields just another scam? I evaluate...
The power of social media is undeniable. We live in a Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook LIVE happy world, where every moment is captured, shared, analyzed, and talked about. As a small business, it used to be impossible to face off against retail giants. Not anymore.
I hate feeling like a fraud. All throughout my 20’s I struggled with this, despite having all the standard prerequisites of a person who should be successful, who could be successful, who was successful. Now, I can see that selling myself was the underlying crack in the foundation of my life. It made me no better than the house built upon the sand. I couldn’t sell myself because I constantly felt like a fraud, and who wants to sell that?