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Michelle Weinstein, AKA The Pitch Queen, is the host of Success Unfiltered, which features an array of unique and inspiring guests. She talks to all kinds of innovators and achievers, including multi seven and eight figure entrepreneurs, Shark Tank veterans, authors, performers, and investors.

Her guests share their most intimate stories, no holds barred. It’s the raw and vulnerable stuff that you don’t always hear about, like major rejections, epic failures, and unrelenting setbacks.
They share their most inspiring stories of overcoming adversity, never giving up, and achieving success beyond their wildest imaginations.

She created this podcast to help entrepreneurs realize that they are NOT alone. Everyone who has attempted something epic has had their share of setbacks, failures, and NOs. By sharing unfiltered stories from extraordinary individuals who overcame hardships and ultimately achieved their version of success, her hope is to inspire others to stay in the game and hold out for their own dreams.

Her mission and goal is to inspire rising entrepreneurs to break through barriers, overcome obstacles, and make a bigger impact in the world. It’s her passion to show people how to take action, own their value, and grow their top-line revenue. You CAN build a successful and flourishing business and make a global impact by doing what you love, and Success Unfiltered will inspire you ever step of the way!

Aug 30, 2017

008 | Emily Page Shares Why Persistence Pays Off

Welcome to today’s episode! I’m excited to introduce you to Emily Page, the founder of Pearl Resourcing. Emily shares some amazing insights into why being persistent in business can make an incredible difference in the connections you make and the speed at which you grow.

Let me tell you a not so little secret, in order to really get ahead in your business, you MUST be persistent. You must connect with people, send emails, and put yourself into uncomfortable positions-- These are the things that will get you ahead and help your business grow.

Uncomfortable situations are scary, and so many people avoid them, but it is probably one of the best ways to meet new people and get your name out there. For example, at Emily’s very first trade show, she took samples of her products and went into other’s booths, asking multiple questions, which led to some of Emily’s current clients.

Emily also discusses how important it is to reach out and connect regularly with your clients. You want them to know how much you value their business and how seriously you take their work.

Have you been struggling to make any connections in your business? Or have your leads dried up? Emily has you covered in this special episode!

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Special thanks goes out to Emily Page for taking the time to chat with Michelle. Be sure to join us tomorrow, for our next new episode!

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Here are a few things we talked about in this episode:

  • Michelle introduces Emily Page the founder of Pearl Resourcing.
  • Emily tells the story of how she came to own her packing company, and how she got the ball rolling on her first sales.
  • Uncomfortable situations are necessary, Emily shares how she put herself out there at a trade show, before she even owned her business.
  • Emily shares how she received the nickname “The Box Princess.”
  • Emily teaches us how we can put our potential clients first in business, instead of worrying about ourselves.
  • Emily tells a great story about how she earned her client in a roundabout way, working with William-Sonoma.
  • When going to events or trade shows, take the time to pump yourself up and affirm that you are exactly what these people need.
  • Having close, supportive friends on speed dial is so important.
  • Emily talks about the science of sales.
  • Emily describes the most devastating time she received a NO.
  • There was a time when Emily had to turn a client away based on the way he did business.
  • Emily shares what she’d tell her younger self, if given the chance.

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