When it comes to success in any industry, commitment is very important. In my cases, I have a lot of talent and creativity. I can do almost anything when I put my mind to it. However, success or failure depends on my ability and willingness to commit to what I am doing. However, it has taken a long time to succeed because I have given up easily on some projects. This is one thing that could cause people to fail. When they give up on something, they often give up right when they are about to succeed. This is especially true of people that are in poverty.
Malini Saba herself was in poverty. However, she has found something that she was truly interested in and has committed to it. She learned everything she can about the industry of her interest. This is why she has managed to build a couple of successful businesses with one of them being a nonprofit company called Stree. The first step that Malini has taken was learning about the financial industry. Then the next step was applying what she has learned so that she could form a successful company. The third and final step was her expanding her company.
Malini has shown how important it is to commit. When one puts the pedal to the metal, she will earn a lot more than if she just dips her toes into the industry. For one thing, making money is always going to be hard work. This is why it is important for one to be willing to do the work that she is very interested in. If one tries to settle for work that she is not interested in doing for any reason, then it is going to be real hard and discouraging when it comes to earning the money needed.
In my case, I had to commit before I could earn a full time income with what I am doing. As a matter of fact, I had to make sure that I am disciplined in the work I am doing so that I can actually bring in a significant amount of money.
Doe Deere of Lime Crime, has been given the honor of being named one of the Top Inspiring Female Entrepreneurs by Self-Made magazine. The artist spoke about the honor and Lime Crime with Stephanie Janetos of GaloreMag.com.
She told Janetos that she had always loved the arts and color as a child. She claims to love working with color so much it feels like “cheating” at being adult. Doe’s first experiment with makeup was at a slumber party at nine years-old, when she applied it to hers and her friend’s. She described her lines of makeup as “crooked” and insists that she couldn’t apply makeup well until she was in her 20s. She began her “experiments” with makeup online in 2006 and received quick attention from the online community. She says that she brought the fun of her experiments into her Lime Crime line, when she established it in 2008. http://thestoryexchange.org/doe-deere/
The name “Lime Crime” was a victim of the age of silly online handles. She says she came up with the name in 2004 because “lime” was her favorite color and “crime” rhymed with it. The bold name has since come to symbolize her bold and unorthodox attitude toward fashion. She loves the feedback of having an online store, but the internet has a downside. She has had to deal with hate and misinformation, which she chooses to ignore, rather than letting it get to her.
When asked about being named as one of the Top Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs, alongside the likes of Suze Orman and Arianna Huffington, she says that finding herself on the cover was a surreal experience and that it felt “good to be recognized.” She hopes to represent the title well.
Doe Deere is a Russian native that was raised in dynamic New York City. She launched her business, Lime Crime, in 2008 because she wasn’t satisfied with the cosmetic colors she was finding and wanted to match them to her fashions. In 2009, her first product, Unicorn Lipsticks, launched successfully. She has since introduced many products with the same colorful pop her lipsticks are well known for.
She feels it is important to have ethical products, so her cosmetics are cruelty-free and vegan. She oversees her products directly and calls her fans, Unicorns, which she claims are her greatest inspiration. Doe encourages other women to be entrepreneurs and to follow their dreams.
Learn more: http://www.ilovelimecrime.com/
Striving to find a lifestyle balance between home and work, more women are becoming entrepreneurs, as an answer to their quandary. Taking matters into their own hands, women are turning to direct selling to generate additional household revenue.
The leading Asian organization in the direct selling sector is QNET Ltd. It is a distributor of consumer products, sold through a network of independent sales representatives and a multi-level marketing strategy. QNET believes individuals will discover their talents and abilities via opportunity fosters entrepreneurship.
International Women’s Day is a global celebration of women. It recognizes their cultural and social impact, economic influence and political success. QNET Ltd. has joined forces with the International Women’s Day celebration encouraging to become QNET Ltd. direct selling entrepreneurs. Direct selling enables women to find harmony and balance inside and outside of their home, have an impact on the community and discover their fullest potential.
Established in 1998, QNET Ltd. offers consumer goods to enhance an individual’s lifestyle and includes energy boosters, weight loss and management products and programs, nutritional supplements, skin care and cosmetics, luxury merchandise and apparel accessories.
Khaled Diab, Regional General Manager, QNET MENA indicated, “QNET has always been a keen supporter of women’s rights and of gender equality. Based on the statistics provided by the Direct Selling Association 74.4% of the Independent Representatives and workforce working in the direct selling business are women.” QNET believes that most women have a spirited, can-do attitude that drives their success in direct selling.
Learn more about QNET’s workplace by visiting their Glassdoor reviews or visit the following site: http://www.qnetindia.com/