Who is Paula Ramm, and How Does She Know About This Stuff?
I’m a homeschooling mom of 7 (and grandma of 7!) living in the sunny state of Florida.
I’ve been in direct sales for 13 years and have been blessed with a multi-million dollar revenue-generating team of over 12,000 amazing consultants.
Using the unlimited potential of the internet, I was able to build a thriving business entirely from home, using the power of Influencer Marketing.
I love to help other ladies build their own thriving businesses from home, so they can spend more time with their families and be able to focus on the truly important things in life.
Ready for a Better Way To Grow Your Direct Sales Business?
Something feels off, doesn’t it?
The way you’ve been told to grow your direct sales business, or the methods you’ve currently been using…
They just don’t feel right.
Or, maybe what you’ve been trying just doesn’t work, or you simply don’t have the time for it.
Maybe you’re even starting to wonder if direct sales just isn’t for you…
Well I’m here to tell you to…
HOLD THE PHONE!
Literally. Get rid of that telephone!
And while you’re at it…
Drop the home and hotel meetings.
Put away your vendor show supplies.
Cease the endless Facebook commenting, liking, and messaging all in the effort of trying to find a good time to pitch your product or opportunity.
While these methods may work for some people, they don’t work for most of us. And on top of that…who in the world has time for that?
If you’re ready to learn how to build your business without leaving home, picking up the phone, or bugging people on social media, then you are in the right place!
What you’ll learn on this site:
- How to get influencers to promote your products for you!
- How to identify excellent candidates for influencers to work with.
- How to think like an influencer.
- Proven methods used by many, but not well known.
- How to turn your customers into raving fans who buy from you again, and again!
- And much more!
Why was this site started?
Over the past two decades of being a homeschooling mom, I’ve noticed an interesting phenomenon.
The disintegration of the family.
Today, often both parents work (for separate employers) and the kids go to school (though siblings are separate from each other in different grades).
At the end of the day, these separated individuals come home and try to coexist in the same house.
As a result of the separation, families are weakened. This is not a life we wanted for our family or our future families.
This same disintegration is even existent in many homeschooling families, usually out of necessity or a lack of intentionality.
Not too long ago, and for much of history, families were integrated, and working together.
Usually, this took the form of an agrarian lifestyle, but family restaurants, stores, and companies were common as well.
With industrialization and the institution of a public school system structured to create competent factory workers, society changed, and today it is common-place for the family to be split-up, and working separately.
So my family and I wanted to start this site to help other families become more integrated.
To help families create successful online businesses that bring moms and dads home, and involve the children.
This site was created to help show families how to live a peace-filled, integrated life together, through business.
We haven’t quite reached the mountaintop yet ourselves, but we’re happy to have you on this journey with us, and to share what we’ve learned so far!
How did this become my life?
When I first began my direct sales business, I found out that one of my favorite bloggers was opening her blog to advertising.
At the same time, I found out friends of ours were adopting.
The light dawned on me that my business could be an amazing vehicle to help others!
I could have an adoption fundraiser for my friends on this blog I loved! A great combination!
However, I wasn’t sure it would actually work…
It was the first time my product had been featured on the internet!
I was so nervous and excited, but could I actually make money?
Paying $50 for a sidebar ad and review & giveaway seemed like a huge amount for me to risk, but I saw it not as an investment or a gamble, but as a donation.
If I didn’t make a dime on the giveaway, it was okay, because I saw it instead as a donation to a blog I believed in.
I kept this philosophy for all the blogs I worked with.
I would ask myself, “Is this a blog I want to support, even if I lose money?”
I stayed up late to see the giveaway go live… the blogger did a great job, and it was beautiful.
I made enough to cover my costs plus have a nice amount to donate to my friends’ adoption.
It dawned on me again, that YES, this could work! I could do this! And think of all the people I could help!
Thirteen years later, I’ve been able to build a team of over 12,000 members, and been able to live my dream of growing pineapples and bananas in the land of sunshine and blue skies!
If you want to learn more about the strategy I used to grow my business, then grab my free guide below…
How You Can Get HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL Leaders To Gladly Promote Your Direct Sales Products to Their Online Followers.
MEET MY TEAM/FAMILY
This is my husband, and he helps with a lot of behind-the-scenes tasks, and keeping us all on track.
This is my daughter-in-law, Haley, and she helps with sharing our blog posts, and providing value in my direct sales Facebook Group.
Kathleen is my youngest daughter, and she helps with writing Thank You cards, and is my chief photographer and videographer, editor, and producer.
Major is my youngest son, and he helps write Thank You cards.
This is my oldest son, Reagan. He does a bunch of different things, but mostly focuses on business strategy and our website and email list.
Erin is my second eldest daughter, and she is in charge of ensuring all of our customers get a hand-written thank you card. She also writes blog posts for me and handles Pinterest and graphic design for us.
Garrison is my 3rd son, and he helps with writing Thank You Cards, and is my chief data analyst as well.
Asher is my second grandson, and he provides moral support with his cuteness.