I'm very a perfectionist when it comes to the quality of the posts I provide. I'm sorry if you guys are looking for something inspiring to come out, but I just haven't had anything to bring to the table. Until now . . .

With the mentors that I look up to Mia Davis, The Phenomenal Lauren G, Vibe Will, and more they all mention that its not about the money, but about the service you are providing your customers. Well, initially its really about the money, but after getting into the business and realizing the impact you have on people it really does boil down to that fact that you are serving others and not the money.

For me I don't want to or need to be rich with millions. I will be satisfied with just a few extra dollars so I can give back to those who want to get started in building their own dreams. Blogging has never been about getting free stuff, making money, any of that. I've been blogging way before any of this was available. When companies wouldn't even contact you, no such thing as a pitch e-mail and you didn't even need a media kit. You solely did it for the love of whatever it is you were blogging about. Things have changed and the internet world has soared towards a new atmosphere for business owners, entrepreneurs, and stay at home moms.

Joining Soul Purpose wasn't about how much money I can make, but about inspiring and empowering other women to be financially stabled and building their own empire... {Read More Here @ Victoria's Blog Inspiring Working Moms}

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