Is a MLM Right For You?

Uncategorized Sep 26, 2017

Well, building a network is hard work in any business, yet it is not easy at all. It takes a lot of time, money and perseverance, so if you think you will use network marketing to get rich in a week, I think you should change that mindset right away.

Some people call MLMs a Pyramid scheme or scam because these schemes were popular in the 1970’s. Also, pyramid schemes are illegal and don’t offer any products or services!

Some invest time and money, then don’t make money so they call it a scheme because it didn’t work for them.

So what is MLM?

MLM’s must sell a product or service.

The Representative selling or promoting the product gets paid for the sales of their customers.

Same as a sales rep at a mall, cell phone store, or car salesman --- They sell items for their brand or service and earn a commission. 

In its core MLM is a nice business model that lets you make the transition into a business owner a lot easier as well as a lot cheaper. With...

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Declutter Your Phone and be More Productive

podcast Sep 19, 2017

Have you experienced looking at your phone and see all those downloaded applications?

Or scroll through all those pages you have just to look for the application you are looking for?

In short, you have a disorganize phone.

 

Don’t you think it’s time to clean it up?

 

Yes, declutter your phone and increase your productivity.

And why it is important?

 

Because it helps you with your communication first and foremost.

Helps you with to do list or scheduled task.

You can be more productive and organized, therefore, less stressed.

 

It is pretty obvious that with the fast pace of technology, we cannot go around without our phone.

But is it helping us?

 

That is why we have our phone beside us all the time.

But it should aid us in our daily routine, especially if we are in business, from text messaging to calls,

Blogs, on social media, and updating our followers.

 

Our phone becomes an integral part of our business that we cannot go without.

But...

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To Do List and Household Chores

Uncategorized Sep 06, 2017

Tired of coming home and seeing all the clutter and chores to do? Or even at the house but seeing the house messy and chores to be done.

Any parent can understand that doing the chore and dividing it by family member is important.

We involve ourselves and we involve our kids. My kids helped us out. Yes, they do. Like any parent, we assign them chores. And we break down the chores and work as a team.

We make the chores fun. How?

How do we get the kids to participate in helping with the chores? Easy.

We get them involve, give them a to do list for the chores and we pay them a commission. Getting paid by a minimal amount helps them to know how to value money.

Also, we break down the chores for them. Some are done on daily basis or weekly basis for the kids. And the weekly, monthly, and seasonal things are left to my husband and me.

 

In assigning the chores to the kids start by assigning simple tasks. Preferable daily task. As parents, our goal is to raise a responsible...

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Upgrade your Focus and Get Stuff Done!

business homeschooling Aug 22, 2017

 I want to share some tips to help you stay focused and get those things done that you need to get done. 

1 – Schedule your Day

Try to schedule your day into 15 or 30-minute time slots. This means scheduling a time of day (or 2) to check your emails, make phone calls, return phone calls, check social media, review goals, set goals, make a to-do list etc.

This will help you stay on task and waste less time. Set a timer on your phone to help you stay on track. 

Know that things will pop up and life will happen. You will have to be flexible. Also, the longer you track your time the fewer adjustments you will have to make.

2 – Make a To-Do List

Download an app to have it available to you at all times. Check things off your list, check your list when you get done with a project early.

I love using a free app called Seize the Day. I like that you only need to see your daily list first and then can move onto the other items that are on your list once your...

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My Gut Health Research Journey and why I was Researching

Uncategorized Aug 15, 2017

Well my journey started around 2011, when my oldest daughter was 3. She was constantly constipated or couldn’t make it to the bathroom and had accidents and I couldn’t figure out why.

There was no such information about Leaky Gut at that time that I found.

We didn’t have any sudden changes in our diet or what we were eating. What was causing this? I had no idea.

I discussed my concerns with our doctor, and another doctor in the office and was told she probably developed a food allergy. So, I asked if they could run a test. They told me its best to start with 1 type of food at a time and eliminate the foods to see if things got better. Not the response I wanted, but I appreciated the fact they didn’t immediately want to start running test.

They told me to start by eliminating dairy and/or gluten. I wanted a jump start so I eliminated both. It helped alleviate her issues for a little bit but it didn’t solve the problem. (Bowel movements were still...

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Making your Homeschool Experience Fit to You and Your Family

homeschool Aug 01, 2017

Those of you getting ready to start your homeschool journeys this year CONGRATULATIONS!

I hope this topic will give you encouragement for the upcoming year.

For those, if you that have been homeschooling and gearing up for the upcoming year I hope this topic will help you as well.

Have you ever thought – “I don’t want to EVER do that again!” after finishing a curriculum or plan?

·      Sometimes we need a Homeschool Makeover! 

Make your Homeschool reflect your family. 

How do you do that? Ask yourself these questions:

·      Who are you?

·      What are your family values?

·      What are you trying to accomplish this year? (Just take it one year at a time, it’s a Journey.)

Taylor your day and year to your answers. That’s how you make your homeschool FIT your family.

We all need the encouragement and support.

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Natural Cleanse with reducing Inflammation from Inflammatory Foods

Uncategorized Jul 27, 2017

Many people do a cleanse to get rid of toxins but use products that aren’t healthy to speed up the process or ‘natural’ remedies that are not safe. Many times, eliminating inflammatory foods can get you similar results.

Inflammation can occur after a workout when you have sore muscles. Your body is repairing those muscles.

The more inflammation we have in our bodies on a regular basis can turn into a chronic issue and inflammation is related to many chronic diseases.

What foods are typically inflammatory for most people? Here is a short list:

Sugar

High fructose corn syrup

Artificial sweeteners

Alcohol

Gluten

Grains

Diary

Soy

Peanuts

Fried Foods

Canned or Processed Meats

Simple Carbohydrates (breads, pasta, crackers, bagels, muffins, cookies, cakes, etc.)

Soda (any kind)

Vegetable Oils

Trans Fat

So called “Fruit” drinks that don’t have 100% juice

Yes, that can seem like an intimidating list of foods to avoid. I know when I get a list of things I...

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Book overview “Gut: The Inside Story of Our Bodys Most Underrated Organ” by Giulia Enders

book overview podcast Jul 25, 2017

006 Book overview “Gut: The Inside Story of Our Body's Most Underrated Organ” by Giulia Enders

 

The gut isn’t a disgusting topic and we should be talking more about it.

 

3 takeaways from this book include:

·      What lactose intolerance really is.

·      How depression can be healed in mice.

·      How microbes influence our consciousness

In this book, we track a piece of cake and how it travels through your digestive system.

Where does it start? Before you even open your mouth. It starts as you stand outside the bakery.

As you look at the cake you imagine how the cake will taste. Imagine the sweetness and aroma. The mouth begins to water, then you go to buy the cake. The impulse to buy the cake is instinct reaction to the sight of the delicious food.

Sight is closely linked to the process of eating. When we see delicious food…

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Should you be using Snapchat for your Business? How to Monetize your following.

This is a question many business owners are asking themselves.

This year (2017) Snapchat has reached over 200 million users. They are only 6 years old!

This doesn’t mean you should rush to Snapchat and leave your other social media channels behind. (I talk about focusing on 2 forms of social media and why in my Social Media Foundations Course) It all depends on who you’re targeting and what type of product or service you’re selling.

Who are you targeting….

37% of Snapchat users are 18-24 year olds

26% of Snapchat users are 24-34 year olds

Snapchatters spend about 30 minutes a day on the app! That's too much time available not to be trying to reach out to them! If you are selling products to teenagers and young adults, then you should probably already be cultivating a social media marketing plan around Snapchat.

If you’re looking for incredible engagement with clients…

Snapchat users are engaged customers. More than 60% of Snapchat’s users...

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8 Reasons you CAN Homeschool

homeschooling podcast Jul 14, 2017

I have had conversations with people that are contemplating homeschooling, but they don’t think they can do it. I want to scream “Stop telling me how you can’t homeschool!”

I admit it’s not the easiest thing to do and you have your ups and downs but you have that anywhere in life. When I started homeschooling my husband and I both worked full time.

Homeschooling your kids can be the best experience of your life if you have the courage to take the leap.

I am thankful for the opportunity to educate my children at home. Without this challenge, I never would have learned so many things about myself.

There are many things I’ve learned but right now these are my top reasons for homeschooling.

 

1.     There is joy in putting what I thought my “dreams” were and focusing on my children.

My dreams have shifted since deciding to homeschool, and then again after homeschooling a few years. My dreams are better than I...

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