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How to Step Out & Start Your Own Business - First Tip!



In my previous blog post, I briefly mentioned my pivot from direct sales to my own independent coaching business. As a business coach, I help people with their marketing strategies & business-building activities by giving them the exact steps they need to grow their business.


These steps align with the modern day business building world, decrease burnout, and increase results. Through business coaching, I found a passion for helping others launch a truly independent business of their own. For example, life coaching, health & wellness coaching, social media management, virtual assisting, and the list goes on and on.


 

Many of you may be expecting a long drawn-out “spill the tea” type of blog in regards to why I walked away from a massive business & income, but that shift is almost two years behind me and as they say, everything happens for a reason. It was simply time for me to move on and pursue the passions I truly had and that passion lies with actually mentoring others to accomplish THEIR dreams and pursuing THEIR passions.


Stepping out and doing your own thing while inside of a direct selling business is not always welcomed. Even though one may not be out of compliance with policies and procedures, it still shakes things up a little bit for those who are bothered by independent thinkers.


Persistence, belief, independent self-esteem, confidence, determination, and creative awareness are just some of the qualities that an independent thinker will bring to the table. These qualities, and others, will enable this type of person to become more innovative in their thinking and will help them create the best opportunities to demonstrate independent thinking in a positive manner.


But, the harsh reality is that independent thinking is not always welcomed in certain business models. If you read the previous piece of this blog and are thinking, “Wow, that’s me. I’m an independent thinker,” then, the rest of this blog series is going to be for you.


As an independent thinker, you probably have multiple ideas swirling in your head for creating a business that you could own, make 100% profit in, and write your own dang policies and procedures. So, the question is, why aren’t you doing anything with it??


  • Maybe fear has shut you down. Been there. It shut me down for over two years of my life until I put my foot down.


  • Maybe the opinion of others keeps you from moving forward. Yep, been there, too. Then I realized that these people were clearly going to have an opinion anyway.


  • Maybe you just don’t know where to start. Trust me, it will come.


 

If you’re reading this and you feel inspired to take action toward a profitable online business that could truly be yours, here’s your very first action step… 👇


Sit down and list all the things you are passionate about and talented in. For example, my passions started out ALL over the place:


Systems & strategy creation.

Content planning.

Caption writing.

Team building.

Leadership development.

Beauty & style.

Event planning.

Interior decorating.


Honestly, it’s way longer than that as I have a huge list of passions & talents, but I had to narrow it down to what I could see myself doing every single day and what could produce the most results with the clients I wanted to work with. In turn, this creates substantial recurring revenue.


If you are an independent thinker with even a snippet of a desire to go out and create your own business, over the next week I expect you’ll have your list done so we can move on to the next step in launching your own business.


Want to learn more about how I can help you 1:1 with this? Just click the button below to learn more and let’s see if we can turn your talents & passions into a thriving business!




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