The Social Selling Sisterhood Podcast Episode 73- Is Your Business Constipated?

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Hi friend. Welcome to the social selling sisterhood podcast. I am Lindsay Dollinger and I have many titles High school spanish teacher, dog mom, world traveler and direct seller. I empower women to run your direct sales business is the right way. So you can earn the money. You deserve to live the life of your dreams and travel the world. Now we got that out of the way. Let's get started. Mhm Hello friend, how are you? Um It is lonely darling, you're here and I just got inspired and no, not by how you might think when you see the title of this video. Um but I got inspired originally from a podcast, I heard that spun this in a different way than I am going to spend it right now. Um but then also just with how I have been feeling lately and again, I don't mean this literally physically, but that all makes sense. It is sick. Um I just want to talk to you super quickly about. Are you constipated? Okay, so now what do I mean by this? I do not...

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The Social Selling Sisterhood Podcast Episode 70- The Husband's Perspective on Network Marketing

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Hi friend. Welcome to the social selling sisterhood podcast. I am Lindsay Dollinger and I have many titles, High school spanish teacher, dog mom, world traveler and direct seller. I empower women to run your direct sales business is the right way. So you can earn the money. You deserve to live the life of your dreams and travel the world. Now we got that out of the way. Let's get started. Mm Hello. Hello everyone. Welcome back to a live episode of the social selling sisterhood podcast. I am Lindsay darling er and I am so excited for this interview today and for you guys to meet Jared Ledford um Jared is my up line and color streets husband. He is super active in their business, which we will get into today on our interview and he's going to give us a husband's perspective on direct sales, which I think is very largely missing a ton in our industry. So Jared, Welcome to the podcast. How are you? I'm good lindsey. How are you today? Yeah, I'm...

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My Top Investments of 2020

I listened to a podcast the other day and the host shared her top 10 list of investments for 2020 and I was super intrigued, and it got me thinking about my investments and how far I've come.  In no particular order, I wanted to share with you all my best investments of 2020, why I chose them, and how you could experience them, too (some of the links are affiliate links but I only share links for things I love, you know that!).

1. My Peloton.  Okay, I had seen ads about the Peloton, and honestly thought it was a just an over-priced spin bike. Enter Covid and I started seeing more friends buying them and raving about them.  I finally did a little research, bought a more comfy bike seat, and ordered my Peloton as a reward for killing it in my business in July.  I ride almost every day, and if I don't ride, I do the meditations or strength work outs.  The community is really supportive and the instructors are one-of-a-kind.  If you purchase a...

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The Secret to your Side Hustle Success

It’s been a while since I really considered what makes a side hustle successful. My first direct sales company used to always say “be a product of the product” which was very key to that business, but the company I’m with now that I love is nail polish strips and of course, I wear them daily–but just wearing nail polish doesn’t mean I’m going to be a success! So what can take a product based business like this to the next level? Here is the not-so-secret “secret”:

TREAT YOUR BUSINESS LIKE. A BUSINESS.

This can look like a lot of different things, depending on what your business is. In general, though, I have two words to make part of your business goals: be PROFESSIONAL and be CONSISTENT.

Professionalism

Women with side hustles who are successful, even though it’s not their main stream of income or maybe not their only “job”, treat their customers as though they ARE their only stream of income. They return...

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Have your first vendor event? Here’s some tips!

There’s something totally intimidating after you’ve just signed up for your first vendor event, craft show, etc. and now you’ve paid and you’re like…”Now, what?” Here are some quick tips to help you plan for your day in advance so it goes smoothly and you make your vendor fee back in profit…and then some! The linked items below are affiliate links but I only link items I really love and use! Thanks for supporting this website by clicking through the links. Now on to the tips.

Solicit help

Unless it’s a very small vendor event, you’re going to want to have a back up person with you to help. It’s especially nice to have someone with you to help unload and reload your supplies which I’ll list below. Additionally, it’s nice to be able to run to the bathroom or grab a quick bite to eat without worrying about leaving your tables unattended. As an added bonus, when your booth gets really busy, having a helper...

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