On this Episode:
- Learn what drove Rosalie to entrepreneurship.
- Rosalie shares the importance of finding work that resonates with you.
- Stacey and Rosalie discuss how to maintain momentum.
- Find out how to stand out through genuinely caring for people.
3 Key Takeaways:
- There’s no such thing as overnight success.
- Find a product that resonates with who you are.
- Don’t let up on the pedal.
Today’s Guest: Rosalie Elliott
Rosalie Elliot proudly represents the world’s largest essential oil company and is very passionate about their products. In a company of over 8 million, being in the top .01% allows Rosalie to work with like-minded, passionate people who believe in a holistic approach to health and wellness and who sincerely want to make a difference in not only their own lives, but the lives of others. Through this path, she was able to build a multi-million dollar business in just a few years.
(First ~2 mins)
Hey everyone, this is Rosalie Elliot, president of Designed for More, and if you want to learn the six and seven figure science to success, significantly increase your revenue, and learn how to successfully build professional relationships, you should be listening to Sell Without Selling Podcast with my good friend, Stacey O’Byrne.
Stacey: Rosalie, thanks so much for being on the show.
Rosalie: Thank you so much for inviting me. It’s so exciting to work with you and then be invited to be on your podcast has been just an exciting thing to think about even, so I am excited to be here and see where it takes us.
Stacey: I am beyond excited to have you on the show. You have an organization that most people dream about. You are the reason why people get into direct sales. You know that, right?
Rosalie: Yes. It didn’t come overnight, though. It did take a lot of work and it’s an exciting place to be, and looking back it’s like, wow. I guess I did do the work. I guess I did show up in a space of service and kindness and really helped a lot of people and helped change a lot of people’s lives. So it’s an exciting thing to be on this side of it. It was fun building it, too. However, on this side it just feels different. It’s different looking back going, “Oh wow. I really did do those steps that it takes to make things happen.” So, it’s a lot of fun.
Stacey: Absolutely. You know it’s funny because so many people hear that zero to hero, the outhouse to penthouse story. You know, they hear those 3 minute sound bites about how someone plugged into an opportunity and then built this huge organization, and really made it, really built the lifestyle that you’ve managed to build. And yet they hear it in 3 minutes and because of today’s society of instant gratifications, their expectations are that it should happen instantaneously and effortlessly. So I really like that you plugged in and really said you did the work.
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