Who is Shelly Hopkins?
I am a single mom of a beautiful 8-year-old girl. I love being a mom more than anything but I also like Information Technology, being part of the Children’s ministry at my church, I absolutely love cats (I have 3) and I like to roller skate. Yes, I said that right I am pretty good at skating. lol! Hey I have grown up in Muskogee Oklahoma
and when I was a kid it was the place to go.
I love to talk about things that matter. I made a promise to myself a long time ago to always help people or animals that are in need. I mean I am only one person but if everyone would help each other out imagine what the world would be like.
I had a Jewelry business where I donated the profit to help local cancer patients with their bills but because of some changes, the president made I could no longer do that.
I have worked in Information Technology for over 20 years and this year my job as a Sr. Network Engineer was taken away from me when my entire department was laid off.
I was already learning everything I could about online marketing and affiliate marketing before I lost my job. I got Spencer Mecham’s Affiliate Secrets 2.0 and I actually started to think that maybe I could do this full time. I really didn’t have any other options, I had already started, and the best part is that I learned that I could actually help people that were in the same situation I was. I could help businesses succeed in this whole online world as well as entrepreneurs.
Hmmm..I realized that I was onto something. Affiliate Marketing could help me financially, I get to help people again (the symbol of my company represents helping people) and I decided to promote software which having an IT background is very helpful.
My goal is to help change as many peoples lives as I can.
I want to know what drives you, what is your why? Is it family, friends, your children, giving back, or helping others? These are the things worth talking about and they’re the reason we push for a better way! Helping Others achieve their personal and business goals.
“So often people are working hard at the wrong thing. Working on the right thing is probably more important than working hard.”
– Caterina Fake, Co-founder, Flickr
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