The successful marketers stick it out; are you serious?!

Yeah, it certainly sounds tongue-in-cheek because it is in a sense, but it also is how I feel, and I’ve seen it happen.

I’ve been with Profit Platform for about 2 years; give or take, but I’ve been spending time with Mike and Robyn for a longer period of time. I was working with them when they began creating it.

I’ve learned so much in a short amount of time, or so it feels. 🙂

They taught and are still teaching me how to leverage my own brand and story to market whatever I want to online. Right now, we promote our Ambassador Program for those that are serious about winning online, but we are also strengthening and solidifying our shares with a couple of other sweet offers.

You see, to win online, you have low ticket and high ticket offers. I’m marketing MyDailyChoice for both personal and business reasons, but the key is everything I market is used by me one way or another.

As a marketer, I don’t market anything I don’t personally use on a daily basis.

Why?

Because it doesn’t create authenticity with my audience.

When you read my blogs, I want you to follow along my journey.

I don’t want this to be something you find and leave without gaining anything.

I want people to thrive in whatever lane they’re wanting to be in,

and that’s what Mike and Robyn have done for me.

They’ve taught me to leverage this digital space to win – for good.

But here’s the catch: In order to win for good, you must put in the work!

As I have done many times, I’ve tried jumping at every shiny thing so make money, but it hasn’t worked out for me.

Until we learn how to stay in our lane – business coupled with our personality – we won’t get very far.

This isn’t a scare tactic; it’s the truth.

When you’re able to be comfortable where you are and take little steps to get better each day, with a goal in mind, you’re able to then thrive in your own skin!

Nobody else has your story, so don’t copy someone else’s. You’ll then miss out on writing your own!

-Addison

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