Stop drinking the DAMN Kool-Aid

Online business and marketing can resemble a high school lunch room some days. Full of cliques. [Close to cults]  

No worries this isn't a “oh woe is me” post.

I've noticed the cliques for some time, but never thought too much of it.

In high school I was the pretty girl obsessed with fashion, my friends, and track. My boyfriend was über popular and very charismatic. I hung out with everyone.

The cool kids. The athletes. The dramatic kids. The rebels. The nerds.


My bestie and I were reminiscing a few months back and she said I was always one of the cool kids.

I never did cliques. [I don't like being boxed in] <<notice that was in a box #oxymorons

I like who I like and who likes what I like. And remember I'm multi passionate so cliques were out of the question. I just had a lot of friends and associates.

One thing I'm good at is minding my business. Get it...minding my biz.

I'm in several Facebook groups. Why?

I love connecting with people.

In these groups you can always spot someone from a clique and you know exactly who their leader is. They do everything the leader does but change their name to theirs with a subsequent number behind it.

Stop drinking the damn Kool aid.

If you want to be successful, there's no secrets.

There's a lot of work. A lot of days and nights of wanting to give up.

There's a lot of failures.

A lot of uncertainties.

Mindset shifts will be needed frequently.

And self doubt.

And all of that is normal no matter where you are in your business.

You have to hold tight to your WHY.

You know the reason you went into business in the first place. And its not money. Even if you say it's money, it's not.

Money just allows us the opportunity to flow and live better lives, travel, spend more time with our families and friends, etc. those are your reasons not just money.

But being a carbon copy isn't serving you or your why any justice.

You have to find your spin and spin baby spin.

I challenge you to be different. I challenge you to own your greatness. I challenge you to pick through the BS [business stuff] and use only what works for your business. So and so has been in business so much longer and her way works for her. It may not work for you. That doesn’t make you a loser or a failure. It makes you a sexy savvy solopreneur engineering your path.

Live. Love. Action

1. Infuse your personality and quirks into your business

2. Choose Yourself

3. Stop drinking the damn Kool Aid