Starting a second business

There are moments in life when you think– why not? A few weeks back, while helping out at a UIL event, I ran into my old English teacher. I adore this woman, and she might be partly to blame why I entered this insane profession. I almost came to years at the thought of her impending retirement. I know she earned it after 45+ years teaching… I just felt saddened for all those that would not encounter her impeccable skills am ability to bring out of you things that you might not realize you had buried inside. ( yes I realize my grammar and punctuation get away from me- I teach Chemistry and I’M HUMAN! 😉
Upon asking her about her next great adventure (knowing the woman knows not how to stop), I found out about a new opportunity. She was venturing out into direct selling. Team National is not like any other of its peers. Now, I’m usually very skeptical of these activities… Especially after having a failed attempt of selling Mary Kay in college. This was different. It doesn’t really sell anything. True the membership packages offer tons of savings and commissions, but after recruiting just two people, you earn a $1500 check. (Yep, that’s two zeros on that!) who can scoff at that? There are so many combinations of ways to make money with the company, everyone is super-supportive, and I thinks it’s amazing that any company in this market can offer that kind of returns? I am just super excited to see what happens with this! As a matter of fact, I lay awake at night- excited at the prospect. I’ve met many people that have turned this full time- and I mean 50K plus a MONTH kind of people. It’s sick! So, to the handful of people reading— go to an check out their success stories. If you’re interested, then fill out a brief form and I’ll be in touch. If not, thanks for reading anyway! See ya on the flipside and happy Easter ya’ll!

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2 Comments to “Starting a second business”

  1. First of all I want to say wonderful blog!
    I had a quick question in which I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.

    I was curious to know how you center yourself and clear your thoughts before
    writing. I’ve had a hard time clearing my thoughts in getting my ideas out. I do take pleasure in writing but it just seems like the first 10 to 15 minutes tend to be lost just trying to figure out how to begin. Any ideas or hints? Cheers!

    • Thank you so much! Honestly, finding my center takes many different forms depending on what type of day I have encountered. Sometimes, a deep breath and I just start typing. In that way, it becomes very cathartic as I just dump out the contents of my brain, or heart, or soul. I just let go of fear. I figure, if I sound like an idiot-it only makes me human. I mainly write/type to let it out and take hold of my emotions in “real-life”. However, there will be those days that prayer helps me. I just let what happens to come to mind become my focus. Hopefully, that rambling made sense! Good Luck!

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