Strictly Business

Outside of makeup, I live a separate life in the corporate world (this is only temporary...a change is def coming). I’ve read alot of books including but not limited to: Robert Kyosaki’s Rich Dad, Poor Dad, The 48 Laws of Power, Suzie Orman’s books, TIME, The Wall Street Journal.  Sunday nights at 7PM are reserved for 60 Minutes. Sometimes, I listen to NPR or I hop onto conference calls with my fav biz coach Kelly O'Neil.  I’m not just a pretty girl dabbling in makeup. I enjoy staying abreast of world news & business trends. One of my bff’s reminds me of a modern-day Encyclopedia Britannica because I can Google her whenever I need an answer about ANYTHING.

I say all of this because I am very well-rounded. I have personal & business goals. Yes, you can have a viable business in makeup. FYI, the cosmetics business generates X-billions of dollars each year. So there is always a need for seasoned professionals in my area of expertise. But I’m dollars and sense type of person when it comes to business. I need to see a viable return on my investment. I took a risk and invested in building a makeup career and I have exceeded my ROI. I’m willing to pay to ensure that my brand’s mission/purpose is communicated to my clients in the most effective manner.  I’m constantly on the lookout for new designs, website developers, products and techniques.

Building a viable business takes lots of time and dedication but in the end, it’s definitely worth it! Research and networking are key components to achieving real growth. Surround yourself with other people who have a similar zest for life & business and watch what happens :)

BTW, I loved Halle Berry in that movie!
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