A little something about Sarah Johnson
I was born on the beautiful Caribbean Island of Jamaica, but immigrated to the United States at age eleven. We eventually settled and called West Palm Beach, FL, our home. The small family of three managed to triple over time….yes, that is correct; I am the oldest of seven children….six girls, one boy.
After graduating from high school, I went off to college to fulfill the all American Dream of securing a college education in preparation for a career ahead.
Upon completion of my 1st semester, I decided that Engineering seemed like a good fit for me as I really had a strong love for science and mathematics. So off I went to pursue a degree in the field of Industrial Engineering.
I studied hard and managed to graduate in four years, but decided that in order to be competitive in the corporate circle, it was in my best interest to secure a Masters Degree. I wasted no time and hastily enrolled in the Masters program for Industrial and Manufacturing Engineers. During my second year of enrollment, in 2000, I gave birth to my beautiful princess, Ayanna. Consequently, I was forced to re-align my priorities and placed my educational career on-hold for a short period of time. Two years later, in 2002, I fulfilled the programs’ requirement and graduated with a Masters of Science Degree in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering.
Workin’ for the Man
Since then, I’ve landed several “good” Corporate jobs, which paid “good salaries” and had “great benefits”…..yeah, right!!
After several years in the corporate world, I began to sense that this was not the ticket to the good life that was promised. I felt caged and not in control of my personal activities from 8:00am to 6:00pm.
The weekends were never long enough…and by the time Sunday came…
I was sometimes drenched in the anxiety of going back to work.
Between working a full time gig…
…helping my daughter with homework assignments…
…shuttling her to countless activities…
…volunteering at the language immersion school where she attends…
…and tutoring students in math at her after-school program…
…all while managing a household…
…when do I carve out time for myself?
Something had to give…
What pushed me over the edge?
In late 2006, citing high operational cost, the company where I worked shut down one of its US manufacturing plants in favor of one newly constructed in Brazil. The union representatives were unable to reverse the decision, and nearly 400 workers were displaced from their jobs.
Continuing on a cost reduction course, in 2007, management decided to oust an entire department of 20 senior design engineers who had devoted an average of 37 years of service. Their jobs were exported to Malaysia.
Additionally, in early 2008, rumors of a potential company buyout began to circulate around the office. Everyone started to speculate the possible outcomes. The fear level immediately elevated as people became nervous that they might loose their jobs. At the same time, many people were losing money in their 401K. This was clearly a wake-up call…year-after-year, something was happening in the company. My stance….it would be suicidal for me to play the waiting game… I had to create an alternate game plan.
So, I Turned Within
For years, I had been harboring the desire to run a small construction consulting firm. I figured that since I already had a Building Contractor License in Florida, that it would be a very lucrative field for me to tap into. From doing my research homework, I knew that starting such business would be capital intensive. Not to mention, with the financial market on life support, the construction industry took a big hit that made it almost impossible for aspiring business owners to secure contacts, not to mention a bank loan. Furthermore, this type of business model demanded 12-hour days, 7 days a week…sounds like another JOB…plus, you never really learn how to leverage your efforts and a great portion of your life is spent working to benefit someone else.
In mid 2008, a former college colleague, who had built a very successful business, introduced me to Network Marketing. She invited me to listen in on one of her conference call presentations to learn more about the business. I was immediately sold!
Though she had become fairly successful while promoting her business using off-line marketing methods, I wanted to explore other marketing modes that would yield the same level of success.
As a trained Industrial Engineer, I was taught to always find the “one best way” to attack a task at hand… I knew that there had to be a more efficient way to generate similar end results. So, I immediately turned my attention to the Internet and that is where I met my personal mentor, Tracey Walker, who led me to learning all about the latest Web 2.0 trends.
Making It Happen
The beginning was a struggle for me as I had problems with piecing the entire puzzle together. The information was there, however, I didn’t know how to effectively apply what I was being taught. Coupled with that, I wasn’t equipped with all of the necessary marketing tools.
It wasn’t until Tracey introduced me to what I consider to be the best Attraction Marketing System on the planet – MLM Lead System Pro(MLSP) – when things began to drastically change in my business.
MLSP not only taught me how to market, but more importantly, it taught me what to market – ME. Not only that, this system addressed all major bottlenecks that I was faced with:
- Lack of Marketing Training
- Lack of Leads
- Lack of Money
- Lack of Duplication
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