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Enter to Win a Total Defense Kit from Nature Unleashed – Value $109.70!

Nature Unleashed Biz OppWe’re excited to be partnering with Nature Unleashed for this earth-friendly giveaway! You can proactively shield your total environment by unleashing nature’s powerful work in your home to protect yourself and your loved ones with the all-inclusive ‘Total Defense Kit’ and tote bag – valued at $109.70!

The kit contains:

  • 1 Anolyte C™ (Cleanser) 32oz
  • 1 Anolyte H™ (Hand) 8oz
  • 2 Anolyte H™ (Hand) 2oz
  • 1 Anolyte F™ (First Aid) 8oz
  • 1 Anolyte F™ (First Aid) 2oz
  • 1 Tote Bag

Plus, Anolyte C ships with 3 FREE 32oz mixing spray bottles for a cost savings value of 4 for the price of 1 (less than $8 per 32oz bottle). Place in rooms throughout your home! Read the rest of this entry »

Start Treating Your Blog Like a Business – 5 Reasons You Need Cloud Storage

WD My Cloud EX2By Holly Reisem Hanna

Thanks to WD for sponsoring today’s post and for providing me with a My Cloud EX2 to use and review.

When I began my blogging journey, I backed up my computer files on multiple flash drives. Yes, I know, not a good strategy, but I wanted to save money. But after a virus took down my laptop and I had to pay $99 for file recovery, I decided to invest in an external hard drive.

My external hard drive worked great, but when I switched from a PC to a Mac, I had to get a new external hard drive that was Mac compatible. Again this worked well, but only when I actually remembered to back it up. Luckily, during this time I never lost any of my files. But if I had, it would have been a complete nightmare for my business. Read the rest of this entry »

Pinterest is Perfect For Direct Sales Consultants

Pinterest is Perfect For Direct Sales Consultants By Deb Bixler

Pinterest means Pin things of Interest on your bulletin boards.

Pinterest is fun and profitable!

After only a couple of pin boards and a few pins I quickly saw people coming to my websites from Pinterest.

After just over a year it is the top social referrer to my website, even beating out Facebook!

Pinterest Perfect For Direct Sales Business Consultants:

As a newbie to Pinterest, I recommend that you follow the action pretty closely. Subscribe to the updates so that they send you an email at every turn.

You will quickly find out which pins are getting repinned very quickly!

Direct sales is about adding value and service to customers along with good looking products.

Pinterest is perfect for direct sales business consultants. The visual aspect of the products is really something that will share well. Read the rest of this entry »

You’re Personally Invited to Be a Work at Home Fashion Insider

BeautiFall Career Event CAbiBy Holly Reisem Hanna

This fall, CAbi is inviting you to experience the brand in a very special way through a live broadcast at one of their many viewing parties! You’ll get to engage with the CAbi Community, get a sneak peek of the spring trends, and find out more about working from home as a CAbi Consultant.

Come join me at the BeautiFall Career Event and …

  • Find out how you can work from home as a Fashion Insider
  • See an exclusive view of CAbi’s New Arrivals, ThankFall Me
  • Get a sneak peek of the Spring 2015 Collection
  • Learn about the inspiration behind these Collections from the CAbi Design Team
  • Hear from CAbi’s leadership about what’s next for CAbi and how we are uniquely positioned in the marketplace
  • See how CAbi Consultants make CAbi work so beautifully in their lives Read the rest of this entry »

Interview with Elizabeth Irvine – Creative Director of The Jewelry Project

Interview with Elizabeth IrvineTell us a little bit about yourself and your entrepreneurial journey.  

I never really thought of myself as an entrepreneur. I was just a woman who wanted to pass on knowledge and creatively express myself. My son’s childhood illness pushed me to find a way to help him and learn how to deal with my own stress. That experience was my portal to digging down inside of myself and get in touch with the best part of me. Then the drive and the  motivation to do my work came forward.

What did you do before making the leap? 

Before becoming a business owner, I worked as a registered nurse in pediatrics and took care of our three small children.

What do you believe has contributed to your success? 

Slowly evolving. Over time fInding a dedicated team of people to help me. Gradually allowing things to unfold and learning to be patient with the process. Providing education plus a meaningful product has been rewarding and successful.

How are you currently growing your business?

Our team now includes my daughter Sarah. She joined us after finishing her  bachelors degree last spring. As a mother, this is a dream for me. Read the rest of this entry »

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