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Tysh Mefferd – Trading the Glass Ceiling for Social Selling

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If you’re someone who has thought about “social selling” or “network marketing,” then you’re going to be excited about my guest today, Tysh Mefferd. Tysh is a Double Diamond Director with Stella & Dot, a social selling company that sells jewelry, handbags, clothing, and other accessories for women (They actually had to create a NEW title for Tysh because she shattered all their sales quotas.) Tysh is currently the #1 Top Earner in the company earning over 100K in the month of November 2017.

Before Stella & Dot, Tysh had a thriving business in the wedding industry. Her whole life shifted when Hurricane Ike hit Texas in 2008. Tysh originally became a stylist with Stella & Dot as a side gig to help pay off some bills, but it quickly turned into something bigger. Tysh currently leads a team of over 9,000 stylists globally.

I’m so excited for you to hear from Tysh as she explains more about network marketing, when you should get involved, her tips to break into the industry, her productivity tips, her dreams and goals, and why she loves her flexible work schedule.

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I think that the best advice is no matter what you’re looking to do, you’ve got to really love the product.” – Tysh Mefferd

Show Notes:

  • How Tysh made it BIG with Stella & Dot (her November 2017 earnings were over 100K)
  • The many benefits of social selling
  • How she “cracked the code” in network marketing
  • The BEST TIME to get involved with social selling & network marketing
  • KEYS TO SUCCESS with network marketing
  • Tysh’s dreams and GOALS
  • and much much more!

I love working, but I love choosing when I work.” – Tysh Mefferd

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Most days probably aren’t going to be perfect, and that is just part of the entrepreneurial life.” – Tysh Mefferd