Did you tell them that your weird?

by Angela Brooks

Did you watch the Oscars?

On The Oscars Awards Graham Moore told kids to stay weird.

Listening to the Oscars Awards you hear many people tell their story of what it took to make it to the microphone on the stage. They talked about hard times, good times and even some setbacks. They never stop trying, they talked about people making fun of them and not believing in thier dream.

In Network Marketing like the Young Living Essential Oils Company, sharing your story is a vital to build belief for the people who are following you on Facebook, Twitter and your Blog. If they found your story online, your story is all they have to get to know you by.

When most people tell their story want to leave out the bad stuff, and sweep it under the rug like it didn’t happen. Your mistakes and mishaps are what people can relate too. When you share a story that is squeaky clean you are leaving out the true meat of the story – the journey.

I started my business with a wordpress blog because I didn’t have the money to run paid advertising and blogging and social media were free.

Blogging has built me a 6 figure business and I retired from my 25 year job as a mental health nurse.

Activate your blog and take the 21 day challenge with me – grow your business with your story.

I can’t wait to read your story!
Angela Brooks

Angela Brooks is a retired nurse after 25 years in mental health. She used her lunch breaks to build her business part time on the night shift. Her car became a mobile university as she listened to business training, coaching calls on CD and phone webinars. She blogged while she was at her sons' baseball practices.

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