Never in a million years did I expect to be a small business owner. My evolution to entrepreneur occurred gradually. It all started with Greens. That swamp colored powder changed my life. Naturally I became curious about the other products because the Greens did everything they promised and then some. I tried That Crazy Wrap Thing and Fat Fighters, two more products that delivered incredible results. Sold. Within a matter of months I joined the adventure and became a distributor. If nothing else I hoped to at least make back what I spent on myself. Sure it would be nice to make a little extra cash but I certainly wasn’t expecting this endeavor to become my occupation.
Come December 2015 I realized that a traditional job wasn’t for me. Despite my degrees and extensive experience in Corporate America, joining the mainstream workforce was detrimental to my well being for a variety of reasons. What I needed was the flexibility of working from home. As a freelance writer I set my own hours but there was a finite amount of work and the income wasn’t sufficient. Essentially I had no choice but to make It Works…work. So that’s exactly what I did.
What I love most about this opportunity is how it makes me feel. I don’t consider my occupation as a saleswoman. Sure you can purchase things from me but getting you to buy stuff is not what I do. It Works ‘sells’ itself because it truly works. I am passionate about the products because I have seen the results on myself and my customers. What an awesome feeling to make money sharing something about which I’m enthusiastic. And to know that I can help somebody go into business for themselves and achieve the happiness and freedom I’ve experienced? Wow.
What could you do with an extra $500+ a month? No quotas, no inventory, no pressure. If you’ve ever thought about being your own boss and working from home– we should talk. If you have a passion for health and wellness– we should talk. If you want to make money using social media– we should talk. If you want to help others be the best version of themselves– we should talk. If the status quo just isn’t working for you– we should talk.