And some people will never ever really understand.... Tip for my fellow realtors: Don’t ever let clients get the best of you and don’t ever let it hinder your motivation when you don’t get a listing/sale.... Sometimes the people with a full heart in all that they do don’t get the appreciation or the acknowledgement they deserve. This isn’t in any way a means to bring you down, but simply to truly understand that everything happens for a reason. “Stay gracious...best revenge is your paper...” The same goes in relationships ladies!!
If you could make a living working out and working from home helping others...would you be interested?
I know when I first heard this it peaked my interest but I also wondered...is this legit??? At the time I was a struggling mom of 2 who had decided to stay home to raise my kids. Yes, we were blessed to do so, but at the same time it left us strapped and honestly. . . I just felt like I was missing a piece of me. I felt the desire to do more and be a part of something bigger than myself. I also missed the community I had when I was working.
Honestly, I wanted the best of both worlds... and I have FOUND it through coaching. It allows me to bring in an extra income for my family...actually well over what I was making as a Full-time Vet Tech even with overtime and all (crazy right?) Right now, I work part time hours that I choose and are flexible for my family.
Through coaching, my life has changed in so many ways from taking vacations that we've never been able to do before to having flexibility to help afford the little things, and help take that pressure off my husband. beyond the income, it's changed my life by making me a healthier and overall a much happier mom. I love my tribe of coaches they are truly my 2nd family.
We are all entrepreneurs building our online health and fitness biz and community together. These people push me to be better each and every day. They are doers and motivators who are truly passionate about serving others and living their best life possible.
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In 1970s in UKDuring the music-drug scene, Branson set up a small recording studio in Oxfordshire, England in 1972.
After Oldfield’s success, he signed other musical groups with Virgin Records such as the Rolling Stones, the Sex Pistols and the Culture Club. making Virgin Records one of the top record companies in the world.
In 1980, he formed his own travel company, the Voyager Group.
In 1984, he expanded his business and started his own group of airlines, ‘Virgin Atlantic’ and a series of Virgin Megastores thereafter.
In 1991, he crossed the Pacific from Japan to Artic Canada in a hot air balloon and broke a record with 245 miph.
In 1992, The Virgin Group face financial issues and was sold to THORN EMI for $1 billion.
In 1996, he started another record company called V2.
In 1998, he wrote ‘Losing my Virginity’, which is an autobiography that features his story from rags to riches and it became an international success overnight.
In March 2000, Branson was knighted at Buckingham Palace for "services to entrepreneurship".
On September 25, 2004, he announced he was going to start a space tourism company called ‘Virgin Galactic’, with the aid of Microsoft.
In 2004, Branson set the record by travelling from Dover to Calais in 1 hour 40 minutes crossing the English Channel.
In 2005 he launched Branson Business School in South Africa.
In 2007, Branson launched the Virgin Health Bank, which ensured that parents-to-be could store stem cells for the future.
In 2007, he was presented the United Nations Correspondents Association Citizen of the World Award for his contributions to humanitarian causes.
In 2010, he became the patron of the Gordon Bennett Gas Balloon Race.
In 2011, he was awarded the ISTA Prize by the International Space Transport Association for his contributions pertaining to space transport systems.
In 2012, he announced that he was going to launch an orbital space launch called LauncherOne.
In 2012, he was ranked the 4th richest citizen of the United Kingdom in the list of billionaires by Forbes Magazines.
Today he is the chairman and owner of Virgin Group, which currently holds more than 400 companies in 30 countries around the world.
It is a innovation that is distinct from the rest. They provide a solution to people. It creates a new market and value network.
The Digital Disruptive Model uses fewer resources to successfully challenge established unlike traditional businesses who focus on improving their products and services for their most demanding (and usually most profitable) customers.
Entrants that prove disruptives begin by successfully targeting overlooked segments, they gain by delivering more suitable functionalities—frequently at a cheaper prices. Traditional businesses often chase high profits in more-demanding and crowded segments, which result in slower responses as there are lots of choices for consumers. When mainstream customers start adopting the entrants’ offerings in volume, disruption has occurred!
Start small, grow BIG!
So, I'm a little late to the game here, but I have finally blogged some favorites and thoughts about 2017. So thankful for this year, everything it has brought and taught me, and the amazing people I've met along the way. There's some pretty mushy stuff in there, so if you're into that take a look :D.