Do you want to know what a lackluster life resembles?

Your alarm sounds by 5 o’clock in the morning, and no amount of coffee can get you going. But you have to. Welcome to adulthood, right? You slip inside your gently used car, and then you drive to a job that’s monotonous and uninspired at best. After working eight, nine, ten hours, you drive to the home that your tedious job is paying for. You think “I barely live here. What’s the point?”

It’s time and sacrifice walking hand-in-hand.

It was my impression that I was doing everything that I was supposed to do—what I was told to do. When I was an 18-year-old kid, I left my hometown for college on a tennis scholarship. Once I graduated, I went to grad school. Check. Check. Check.

I was on the path to success and happiness, because I was following the rules. And according to the rules, it was time for me to upgrade my wardrobe and join Corporate America.

For a few years I went from one entry level job to the next, and the impact that I had dreamt of making never came into fruition. I worked for a major wireless company, and then I dove into the financial industry where angry customers took their frustrations out on me. I tried education as well. Though I received a decent paycheck (back before I got into education, lol), I barely existed and I had no clue who I was as a person anymore.

The 9-5 grind wasn’t for me, and I have a sneaking suspicion that if you’re reading this at this exact moment, that it’s not for you either.

Then, in 2013, a delicate package arrived, wrapped in pink, weighing six pounds. I became a mom, and my life was completelySherri Brown transformed. Everything changed that morning in February. I knew that I could still find success without leaving my beautiful daughter crumbs of myself. That’s when the great search began.

Network Marketing or affiliate marketing (something online obviously) was my answer, though the key was finding the right company where I could fit in, with products that I could stand behind. Because I had previously worked in the industry, I already knew what business models I didn’t want to use. This narrowed the search even more.

In July of 2014, I jumped back onboard and began chipping away only to find myself not moving as quickly as I had anticipated. I knew this was the right business model, and I had seen so many people generate an income that surpassed their previous careers in Corporate America. At the time, I had no idea how they were doing it.

Although I was growing, I suddenly realized that in order to really create success, I needed training. This business model works but only if YOU treat it like a business. I read a book by Ray Higdon called Vibrational Money Immersion and it gave me the breakthrough that I needed.

You have to have:

  • The right mindset
  • The skills
  • Goals to work toward every single day.

 

Sherri Brown

Sherri Brown After absorbing Higdon’s words, I sat down and examined my vision—something I encourage everyone to do—and I thought about the woman I wanted to be.

I want to inspire others, while making a lasting impact on as many people as possible. And, above all else, I want to set an example for my daughter. I also want time and money to serve me, and not the other way around.

Who says you can’t make a life that you don’t need a vacation from? Bottom line: When you create a strong vision of who you want to become, and then you create an action plan, you transform into an unstoppable force! Having that vision is what will drive you, and it will pull you through the bad days.

Having completely immersed myself into the profession, I find it invigorating to dig deeper than before, while learning new skills that revolve around marketing, branding, prospecting, closing, outsourcing and so on. It’s given me the gift of time, and it’s allowed me to discover my passion: Helping other “mompreneurs” cut their learning curve and to create a life they love.  There is also no better feeling than helping others create more confidence (something I lost for a few years as the weight piled on from having my little princess) so after I found something that worked for me, I decided to add that into My Business to help others overcome the same challenge. 

Feel free to check out My Tools Page if you need help on various areas of your own business.

Today, I am a successful 34 year old who works a few hours a day, while I raise my daughter at home. There isn’t a time clock to punch, and there isn’t a boss to ask for time off to be with my family—because this is my life and I get to do this all of the time (and not just sometimes). I’m in control.

I’m a Network Marketing Professional, coach & mentor to others in the industry and course creator who cracked the code to this whole online thing.

With that said, I’m ready to meet you and I look forward to helping you on your journey.

Sherri Brown practices attraction marketing, and has become a favorite public speaker, participating in social media panels. She trains on company calls for her network marketing business, and has hosted multiple webinars consisting of several thousand people for a marketing system. She’s also perfected story-time and pancake making.