Episode 59: How To Show Up In A Job When You Don't Care with Joanie Elmore

Joanie is a part-time employee with a mission to end the Sunday Night Blues and start a new way of working. She uses what she’s learned from her experience to help employees have happiness, fulfillment, and high-performance in their jobs, with a revolutionary approach to goal achievement. Learn more at: useyourjob.com/about Her books, Use Your Job: A 90-Day Challenge, and As Its People: A 90-Day Challenge, are available in paperback or Kindle at: www.amazon.com/author/joanelmore

Episode 58: Recovering From Failed Goals with Courtney Mott

Have you ever missed a goal and cried over a tub of ice cream and Netflix and then stopped your goals all together?

I have.

We all have.

Failed goals are only stepping stones.

If you aren’t failing at goals I don’t think you are setting high enough goals. Anyone who meets a goal the first time is setting very safe goals.

On today’s episode, Courtney Mott shares about how she didn’t hit a recent goal, what she learned and I give her some advice on how to move forward. If you have been enjoying Courtney’s episodes this year, you will love this one!

The premise of network marketing is that a web of product sales funnels through links in accounts that allow for compensation to an associate for the the lifetime purchasing of a customer. This is different than affiliate marketing where each point of sale is a one time commission for the sales associate and therefore the number of sale contacts in affiliate marketing requires thousands of more contacts than network marketing.

Let’s break this down.

Episode 57: Four Biggest Branding Mistakes with Jena Gribble

Before you actually start going crazy with a consistent look on your social media and brand, listen up. This episode breaks down the 4 mistakes you are making in your brand.

You will learn:

-How to determine the voice of your brand

-How to determine who you are talking to

-How to serve your audience

-Resources and tools to make a better brand

-Making your customers have a better experience with you

-How to delight your customers

Let’s break this down.

Episode 55: How to Grow a Network Marketing Team (or any team for that matter)

n the United States, network marketing is a a 34.5 billion dollar industry and over 18.6 million people participate it in it. It is an 190 Billion dollar industry worldwide and 36.9% of the industry are millennials (1981ish-1996) and 34% are Gen X (born 1960-1980ish) and a tiny slice of 1.4% of Gen Z is participating.

There is huge opportunity for you not matter what your age.

The premise of network marketing is that a web of product sales funnels through links in accounts that allow for compensation to an associate for the the lifetime purchasing of a customer. This is different than affiliate marketing where each point of sale is a one time commission for the sales associate and therefore the number of sale contacts in affiliate marketing requires thousands of more contacts than network marketing.

Let’s break this down.