I’m not sure when it is that we lose who we are. Or maybe it’s that we never took the time to find out to begin with? Maybe through years, relationships, experiences and countless up and downs, we change and forget to stay mindful. Once we turn off our mindfulness, it’s almost impossible to keep up with ourselves and feel connected to who we really are mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Direct sales is a lot of work. If you are doing it for anything more than getting a discount on the products you buy, you need a sales plan, organization, and ways to increase your warm market (the people you know and sell to). Lucky for us, there are amazing tools, resources and social media available to help us gain customers, stay organized and expand our skills. Here are the
I was on the outside of a conversation today in which someone, meaning well, implied that a widower was doing a fine job of “moving on”. Something about it struck me as off. Is this man really moving on, or is he just continuing on? Something about “moving on” screams break-up to me. The end of a relationship, where two people go different ways. They are moving on with their
My first go at direct sales was really more of a network marketing gig. I was marketing a service and an opportunity, more than I was selling a product. I was in my mid 20s and needed extra money. Well, wanted extra money. It seemed like the perfect way to make that extra income, and maybe I’d even do so well that I could quit my job. Ok, I totally
Guacamole is something that is incredibly easy to make. However, if you’re anything like me you got into the habit of buying it, and never bothered to learn how to make it. That all changed for me a few years ago. A friend of mine made a killer guacamole. I decided it was time to stop paying insane prices when half of it would always be bad by the time
I am in a group on Facebook for parents and families of NICU babies, and came across someone asking the other day about how much time they should be spending with their baby in the NICU. Concerned they weren’t there enough, and feeling guilty for going back to work, they turned to their peers for reassurance that they weren’t completely abandoning (re:permanently scarring) their child. I read their post, and my