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About our Business

As a solopreneur I think the most important decision I made was to join a strong and growing Team. 

My business statement:

My work is my passion, my fun and joy, and it`s provide an income for me and my family. I love to empower my customers and my team members. 

My Values:

Duty is how I value my job. Duty begins with everything required of me by law and policy, but it is much more than that. A leader commits to excellence in all aspects of their professional responsibility so that when the job is done they can look back and say “Icouldn’t have given any more.”

Respect is how I value my team members (co-workers) . Respect for the individual forms the very basis for the rule of law in the Univers. This value reminds me that those who follow me are my greatest resource. Not all of my followers will succeed equally, but they all deserve respect.

Intergrity is how I value myself.  I cannot be in charge of others unless I am in charge of myself.  People with integrity separate what is right from wrong and act according to what they know is right.

My Goals:

My goal  is to use my skills as a leader, coach and mentor to support and empower other.

Featured Products or Services


you network seem strong and stable may you have any info to get fans for facebook page any suggestions or recommendation
 - rosefrankie8 December 8th, 2012

Not only is Siv a wonderfulI mom, and grandmother, she is also a dedicated and hard worker, who never gives up in the areas of marketing and business. She is a true BELIEVER that anything is possible, and that you can achieve success. I highly recommend her because of her attributes as a person.
 - kruz75 April 3rd, 2012

As a home business owner, I get how much work it can be. To be a mom and work is even more difficult, but at the same time rewarding. Kudos to you Siv for your hard work and dedication. I like you introduction to you. Had me smiling and envisioning you taking no prisoners. Thank you for sharing the journey with me.
 - connieow April 3rd, 2012

Affiliate marketing can be a very lucrative Internet business but just like any business online or off there are some pitfalls along the way that can hurt your long-term success. As an affiliate you have to find different ways to earn income although it is obvious you have to promote a product or service but how you do it can mean the difference between failure and success. Here are 5 Product Recommendation Mistakes Affiliate Marketers Make: 1. Product Overload – many affiliates belong to more than a handful of mailing lists and are constantly bombarded with emails pitching the latest and greatest product. They are also tempted with the next big thing on a blog post, an e-zine ad or the latest free report they happen to read. How much value can a product you are promoting have if you are pushing hundreds of other products? 2. Product Bias – obviously no product is perfect. but affiliates will be scared to mention any negative points about it. People will respect the individual promoting more if they are honest about the good and bad aspects of the product. It’s even worse if they know the product actually sucks and they still promote it. 3. Product Selfishness – one horrible thing some affiliates do is scream and yell about how great the product is but fail to promote what it can actually do for potential customers. How can it make a difference? How can it help them? 4. Product Proof – some products can easily be judged whether it can work or not but many times potential customers want to see evidence, numbers, proof. Hard facts! Affiliates just want to make the sale but fail to understand people are looking for more than just talk. Don’t tell them how much you earned but how you earned it. 5. Product Pitch – here is usually the kiss of death. If your product recommendation is spoken or written like a sales pitch then the chances of making consistent sales will be minimal. Affiliates constantly make the same mistake of being the equivalent of a used car salesman and that just doesn’t fly with today’s consumer. The good news is if you can show a consistent presence as an expert in your targeted market then recommending products could be your most powerful marketing tool. How do you prove your expertise? - Offer new and unique solutions people would not get from your competitors. - Show proof that what you are promoting works as advertised. - Provide endorsements and testimonials from known and respected people in your niche to enhance your credibility.
 - kombot April 1st, 2012

Member's Profile

Siv Kolstad
Bodø, Norway
An over achiever who is willing to continue to grow and learn from other professionals. View Profile

Business Industry

  • Spirituality
  • Self Improvement
  • Marketing
  • Business
  • Affiliate Marketing


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