Bella Verita

Bella Verita is the CEO of Align Sales Agency. She stood out as the first and only female-led sales training and recruiting agency dedicated to helping service-based companies solve their sales problems and grow their impact. Bella has been selling since she was 8-years-old. She’s taken that natural ability to build a multiple 7 figure real estate company and become a #1 business broker in the state of Nevada.

After 20 years of building her businesses with sales integrity, Bella is on a mission to help companies increase profits and decrease sales slumps so they can sleep better at night.

Website: alignsales.com

LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/bellaverita

Twitter Handle: @highvibebella

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Bella Verita And Her Rockstar Journey of How to Get From Hello to Yes

Pamela Bardhi
Hello, everyone, and welcome to another episode of underdog. Today I have an amazing guest here with me today. I’m so honored to have her here, Bella Verita, how are you?

Bella Verita
I am amazing and extraordinary. Pamela, and I’m so grateful to be here with you today. I remember when we first met at Chris Krohn’s Omni event and just like I think the first time was in the lobby. Then we met at the gym before the event even started. And just like your energy is amazing, super welcoming. I can imagine all the guests here today keep coming back to listen to you, because of how amazing you are. So I feel super blessed to be here.

Pamela Bardhi
You, I’m super blessed to have you. And I just remember, because the first time we met there was like masks on. So like when I saw you at the gym, I was like. Who’s that and then I was like, wait. I remember when the word world we’re living in, but it’s starting to come back to life. Which is so amazing and I’m just so honored to have you here today. I’ve heard your story, I’ve heard you talk about it, sort of where you are with all the amazing work that you’re up to now. And I guess my first question to you is what inspired you. On this journey of being such a goddess and sorceress and just the amazing energy. What has inspired your journey today?

Bella Verita
Ah, that is a beautiful story that I’ll just jump right into. So I grew up in Austin, Texas. And my father was a drug addict and an alcoholic and my mom was addicted. She was always gone and I ended up dropping out of high school. Getting my own apartment and I was a high school dropout. And I was selling drugs at the time, so many great entrepreneurs got their start and in selling drugs, gotta learn business some way. But then one day, I got a knock at the door and when I opened the door, I was staring down the barrel of a shotgun. I knew like, my life had to change, I had to do something different at the time.

The only person I knew in my family that was actually like doing something with life. And making money was my grandfather, who was a door-to-door salesman. I remember him always telling my father, like, you got to get into sales Bob like you got to clean up your life. You got to start getting into sales, Bob. And you know, of course, my father never listened. So after that incident, when I first got into sales. Someone introduced me to my first network marketing company and quickly became a seven-figure earner in that company. You know, by the time I was 19, like, had the free car and all of that it was a vitamin and mineral company.

And three years later, they got shut down for illegal business practices. I lost my entire income and from there, I went into commercial real estate. Where I was the number one business broker in the whole state of Nevada and in between all of these, different like sales careers. Whenever I was in sales, I was at my favorite, and then, what would happen. Pamela, I would get into a relationship, so like, the whole time I was in network marketing. I was single, I was making money and then I got into a relationship. Then I would start advocating my responsibility, like wanting the man to take care of me.

And then I ended up broke and then after commercial real estate, I was married and then, I got divorced and I was left and it was in 2008. I lost three houses, three cars, and financial ruin. Everything was in my name and until like everything, lost everything again. Then the same thing happened, I was engaged and became financially dependent. Like I lost everything and then went back into sales again. So for me, sales always became a way to get out of a financial disaster. like they’ve enabled me to get out of relationships. I was like, if I don’t like being here, I would go back into sales and I would become financially stable again.

And so in the last few years, I became super passionate about teaching women. The power of sales and influence, because I say as long as you can sell, you’ll always have a roof over your head. You’ll always have food on the table and you can always live the life that you desire. As long as you can sell and like today. I sit today, I’m sitting in front of a beachfront apartment and the beaches are maybe 100 feet in front of me. And I live the life that I desire all because of sales. I became super passionate about why I think women. All women should be able to know how to sell.

Pamela Bardhi
Oh my gosh, I love it. And you said, Steve dropped so many like gems throughout that whole thing about your journey. Thank you so much for sharing that in the beginning. So growing up, it’s all about overcoming those underdog challenges, right? As you were growing up, you kind of went down the wrong path. And then all of a sudden, you transitioned into. What helped you break through those moments?

I know you said when you opened the door and you saw the shotgun. That kind of was like a wake-up call. But was there anything else that sort of kept you inspired and kept you going? Like, Okay, I need to do this? And what kept you motivated through that process of transitioning? Because when you’re at rock bottom like that sometimes you just can’t see straight. You’re like, you can’t figure out what’s next. How did you transition at that point in time?

Bella Verita
So after the network marketing company, I was introduced to personal development when I was in commercial real estate. I was introduced to personal development. And I remember I had a coach early on that said when you’re in it when you’re overwhelmed. Because I’m getting overwhelmed, my coping mechanism is always sleeping. I’m just going to sleep, I’m going to sleep. So the one thing that she taught me was, whenever you get overwhelmed or things seem too much. Or if you want to pull the covers over your head, you can just do one thing. Just one thing, like take one step, one action. And that one thing has continued to anchor me over the years. Because as an entrepreneur there’s ups and downs.

Entrepreneurship, I think, is the wildest roller coaster of life. That anyone can get on, It’s like, it’s got high, highs and man does it have low, lows. And even just like, the truth of the matter is even just in January. It was a super low month for me and a lot of like 2020 was actually a phenomenal year for me. And then 2021, I started off with all these health issues, having multiple surgeries and then, feeling like I was letting my team down and just I was in it. I remember liking it if there was one week where we noticed that my coping mechanism was sleep. So I was finding myself sleeping a lot and so the thing each day became like, what just one more thing I can do today.

What’s one more thing I could do right now. So like, anytime I would go before, I would go lay down, what’s just one more thing I can do, before I go lay down? What’s one more thing I can do? Before I go, we’ll take this now. And that kept me going in those dark times, even in January. It’s just like, because sometimes if it’s like, oh, you know, I need to make you know, 100 calls today. Let me just start with one. You know what I mean? Finding that was like the one piece of advice. That has kept me going over the years. It’s just like, what is one more action I can take? What’s one more thing that I can do right now?

Pamela Bardhi
I love that so much because it breaks it down. And it doesn’t make it as scary, right? When a lot of people feel like they’re not where they want to be. They look at somebody super successful, like Uber successful and they’re just like. How do I get there? And then what they don’t realize is it’s one thing at a time. It’s a matter of just breaking it down little by little, like if you think about, oh my god, I have to do all this.

Like you just said 100 calls. I’d freak out 100 calls but if you’re like, Okay. Why don’t we break it down? We’re gonna make 100 calls this week. Okay, so let’s do 10 calls. Like it’s almost like fitness, right? When they break up the reps. They don’t tell you 50 at once you do five sets of 10. So just like that and it breaks it down and you’re like, Okay. I can do this a lot more condensed.

Bella Verita
You know, where that comes from. Like, for me too, is if you ever have known anyone that’s in like in a shoppers A, whatever the A is. They don’t say things like, oh, I’m not gonna drink ever again. It’s just like, I’m not gonna drink right now. Like, if you’ve ever known anyone in any of those anonymous programs. I’m just not choosing to drink right now, I’m just not doing it right now. And I think in those dark times, they happened to all of us. So it’s just like if I can just do what’s the one thing that’s right now. What’s the thing I can do right now?

Pamela Bardhi
I love that, I love that Bella and you know. And also transitioning to a seven-figure earner, like that is huge because like some people are like. How the hell do you go from like zero to seven and it’s like. I think this has a lot to do with it. You probably broke it down like what was your strategy and getting there by 19? Because that is freaking outrageous and amazing. Like. What was your secret sauce there?

Bella Verita
Well, you know what, like, I would say and we talked about that. I’m blinded a lot is mirroring and modeling, so one of the things I love about network marketing. And network marketing gave me my first taste of like entrepreneurship that really growing and scaling and in that like in network marketing. I just modeled and mirrored. There’s like a path, there’s a plan as long as you’re following the path and doing what the people love. You did like you were going to be successful. And so that, for me, I think the biggest thing was just mirroring and modeling the people that had what I wanted. Like doing what they do.

Because so often and I still do this to this day as we dilute, delete and distort the information that’s coming in. We have all these great people. I know you work with Chris Krohn, right? And so it’s like if you’re gonna pay Kris Krohn all this money to coach with him. Then you’re like, Ah, that’s good, right? Because we don’t do it this way Instead, it’s like, well. What did you pay all this money for to have this plan? I think that the most important thing that people can do is. If you’re going to invest in something, like, follow the plan and that’s all I did in network marketing was this, like, follow the plan.

And I will say, also, my success back then was the ability to go from hello to Yes. The ability to sell, the ability to influence, because at the time was why the company was shut down, at the time. You could buy-in at the highest levels. Meaning you could sell people into their director level for 20k. So I would sell that level all day long. And I would influence people to buy in and Pamela, like, the mean, can’t do things the DSA call now. I used to tell people who would say yes to me to like $20,000 in vitamins and minerals and water filters. Can you imagine such a thing?

Pamela Bardhi
I can, because you’re so amazing. But I also can’t when you think about it on the logical level, because you’re like. How the hell is that? What was your recipe and like influence, because we’re going to get unblinded later. And that whole beautiful organization for sure. But like, because this was well before blinded, like your secret sauce of influence.

Bella Verita
The secret sauce for influence and it’s incredible. Because you know, every morning at 9:30, I am in the clubhouse talking to salespeople, sales professionals. Anyone who wants to go from hello to Yes. So this week my conversation was with a man, who had very strict religious values and it was a conversation to go from hello to Yes, to get him to paint his nails pink. Now, you can imagine super strict religious values. You can imagine what all like painting his nails pink could possibly mean. And I bring that up because the same thing in that conversation was the same thing that worked 20 years ago and network marketing is understanding people’s value.

There are four steps from going from hello to Yes. And the first it’s emotional rapport and so understanding, just like people in general. So like in this conversation with, um, started off as a joke, it was like, you know, oh. We’re gonna get Michael to paint his nails pink in the clubhouse, we’re going from hello to Yes. And we’re gonna have some fun and then, once we started the conversation. Then it came out like all this deep stuff around his values. What is his daughter and her values and the religion and being sobered all of the stuff? That we found out about him in that conversation.

And that’s the same thing that was the success, you know, 20 years ago. Network marketing is before you try to get a yes out of someone is truly understanding who they are. What they value and there’s a difference I say between sales and influence sales. When you’re trying to convince someone of something, it’s for you when you influence someone. It’s for them and we got to the Yes, with Michael. He’s going to be painting his nails pink and for him, it was something like to bring more people to Jesus.

He was painting his nails pink, but that was like his outcome. Was like he wanted to bring more people to Christ. Or whatever the religious values all are. And so to understand that emotional rapport. Understanding what people value and then, understanding that the yes that you’re seeking has to be for them. If it’s at all for you, people won’t say no and I and that’s what it was. It’s like, you know, it’s like, Okay, if you buy in at $20,000 you get to make all these more commissions off the people that you enroll. So it’s for you.

Pamela Bardhi
Interesting, so you’re sort of identifying. What’s in it for them and you get about them.

Bella Verita
What influences is what’s in it for them.

Pamela Bardhi
Interesting. I love how it’s so perfectly crafted and you had done this like before you were 19, which is so incredible.

Bella Verita
I will say even started in high school. Because you know, I told you I was a high school dropout sold drunk. I remember my first time that I really discovered that influence was a superpower. When I was sitting in my counselor’s office because in Texas you have to have two years of a foreign language to graduate. And I didn’t take a foreign language my freshman year, I failed Spanish my sophomore year, I took Spanish again my junior year. But that’s when I dropped out halfway through my junior year. So now here we come. Like my senior year, I have zero years of foreign language.

I negotiated my way back into school because they had this new work-study program. That came out, where you could work half a day and go to school half a day and graduate. I remember sitting in my counselor’s office, one negotiating my way back into school after I dropped out. Negotiating my way into this like a work-study program. So I could make up all the credits that I had missed. But then the kicker was negotiating my graduation after I was clearly not going to have two years of foreign language. And I graduated with my class on time, I walked across the stage and I did not have two years of foreign language.

Pamela Bardhi
How do you navigate that one?

Bella Verita
Like, it’s all the Hello yes and understanding their value. So the last thing that they wanted was school districts, there’s all kinds of politics in schools. And they didn’t want the number of another high school dropout. So it’s understanding their value that is the key and being able to ask the right questions. Such that you get to the value where like and this is how I’ve gotten free hotel rooms. I was recently in Utah, staying at one of the fanciest hotels, like. Right on the mountain in Deer Valley and I negotiated my way to stay my hotel room at 7 pm, without any extra charge.

Pamela Bardhi
I have to ask you that. Now. What did you want to be when you grew up? Like as a kid, what did you want to be? I’m just so interested in this.

Bella Verita
Ask me that question and drop me right into my heart. And I think this is you know, why I love sales also is growing up, I always wanted to be a psychologist. No, I told you a little bit about my dad, a little bit about my mom. My mom was married five times, my grandmother was married eight times. I went back and forth between parents a lot depending on who was married at the time. Because I just wanted to be part of a family. And I just wanted to be a psychologist because I wanted to just feel like I could help people love themselves. Like they wouldn’t do drugs and alcohol and be with men.

I remember eight years old, just wanting to be a psychologist. And I think it was probably after I saw my first one. Then High School is challenging for me. So then, I ended up dropping out and then I was like. There’s no effing way I’m going to college. So I’m never going to be able to come up, become a psychologist. I don’t even understand why you need to take math and science to become a psychologist like I don’t understand.

Because it’s all about the mind. And sales is a little bit of psychology and it’s about helping people and understanding them and understanding. Because the Yes, they say is like until you get that yes, Pamela, like lives are transformed, right? People don’t have what they want in life unless they say yes. And I just realized that like, you know. Kind of sales gave me two things that I love the most in life and one is helping people and two is money.

Pamela Bardhi
I love that. Well, no, because it’s so crazy. Because seeing the correlation between what people wanted to be when they grew up. Versus what they’re doing now is always so interconnected and it’s so beautiful. Because at that age, you wouldn’t think that you would actually know what you’re doing. But it connected somehow and that was beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing that. And like for you now, I mean, you mentioned you shifted into. Into sales, like you went in and out of sales pretty much and then you know. With relationships as well and then eventually you were moved to create your own firm to help women. Like that’s your mission is helping elevate women in the sales world.

So stand up on their own two feet, which I love so much. My dad when I was little, he was like my number one cheerleader. Still, he’s like my number one guide and he was always like Pam. You’re gonna stand on your own two feet, you’re gonna make a lot of money. I want to teach you how to make money. So you never depend on any man in your entire existence. Do you hear me? I’m like seven years old. And I’m like, Yeah, yeah, I hear you.

So as you were mentioning that when you’re speaking about that, I just remember like my dad, you know. Doing that and how it translated for me now, so to give women that opportunity to be like. Listen, you can create your own financial destiny and you can rock it. And like not have to depend on anyone. So walk me through how that sort of alignment started. I mean, I know you’ve got a tonne of experience in sales. But how that really is how you were like, Okay, I’m pressing this button. We’re doing this. Let’s go.

Bella Verita
Yeah, so that’s an even more hysterical story. So I actually started it with my former fiance, so it was his idea. He actually started the company, I had a personal styling business at the time. I styled speakers and when he started the company, I was like, Well, you know. You’re doing 100 other things, so I don’t think you can run this on your own. So let me help, like, I’m whole background in sales. And then the same thing happened, so then I went full force. I started helping him, the company was 100% in his name. Sold my other business and I was like we were engaged and I said. Okay, like, I’ll go all in and build this business.

And then he went on a plant medicine retreat, came home, and ended the relationship two weeks after. We had signed our new lease and under new place. So there again, I found myself and he had never given me any ownership in the company. Because he was like, oh, we’re going to be married anyway. And so I found myself in the same effing situation, again. I put everything to have all the things I was like, you gotta be effing kidding me. But this time and that was the turning point, though, it was like, not again, no effing way. This is not effing happening, I fought for the company, because like at this point, I was already running it, like. My face was the brand.

Like he was really more behind the scenes and I was like. This was the first time that I liked fighting for something and I was like, no way. That was the turning point for me. Where the mission became about like, no, women have to understand their finances. We’ve got to have our way and that’s where it really became present for me. Also how important it is as women that we have our own thing. That we can make money so that we have freedom. We have a choice that was the turning point for me. And I remember when he made that decision because everything was in his name. Everything and I was like. What the fuck am I gonna do? And it was just like, not gonna fucking happen and sorry.

Pamela Bardhi
It’s the passion, let it go.

Bella Verita
Magnification. And I remember, I had said to him well. You have to run this business for 30 days like I gotta have time to heal. Like, I don’t even know my whole world was turned upside down. So we had made an agreement that he would run the business for 30 days. Then I would step back in. Well, I’m looking at the end of October and I’m looking at the bank account and I’m like. He’s not going to be able to make payroll. What is he doing? And so it was like, October 31, I stepped back in made a bunch of calls. I did what I do when it comes to sales, sorcery and the next day, I had all the money in the bank to make payroll.

And that was the day that I decided I was like. You’re out. I’m taking over. Because I knew, even then that one day I sold new accounts, not only that to make payroll for myself. I had three women on my team at the same time and all got paid because of that. And that was the moment that it changed that, it angered like. What it is that we stand for and as long as you can sell. Like you will never be without and that was like the defining moment that like everything. I took over the company or incorporated in Texas and our mission just became about. How do we get more women into sales? Because women also don’t realize how great at sales?

Pamela Bardhi
Absolutely. I mean, because women are such extraordinary salespeople. Because it’s so relational, It’s all about relationships and nurturing. And like, I think women are so incredible at understanding somebody’s values. Because they read energy differently than men like men. It’s just like, you talked to, not all of them. But some they just like, I don’t know. Women, you can just like sense energy so quickly and like conversations can be built. I don’t know, maybe it’s because we’re nurturers and we can kind of understand that right away, I don’t know. It’s like I can meet someone and kind of understand what their values are pretty, like pretty quickly. It’s weird, but I think that innate ability to do so, I’m sure you’ve seen it throughout your work.

Bella Verita
Then it made it, ability to understand we’re naturally empathetic. And this is the thing too. Because sales and influence comes down to questions and women are naturally question askers. Like, ask any man who has come home from work 10 minutes late. And the questions start coming when women are like the incredible question askers. We’re insanely curious and want to get to the bottom of everything.

Pamela Bardhi
I agree. But, like that’s why I think. The only thing stopping women from really truly being great salespeople is confidence. Yes, I don’t know, what’s been your experience with that, like. What’s been the biggest hurdle to take somebody from good to friggin amazing in the sales world.

Bella Verita
You hit the nail on the head is the confidence. And the biggest thing I think, to impart is you can be great at anything as long as you think you are. As long as you know and sales and influence isn’t a skill. Anybody can learn it. With practice, anybody can get good at it. We do a weekly so you think you can sell real raw. Where we bring sales professionals on and they you know. Battle it out on who’s best at going from hello to Yes. And I have this one that comes on week after week. I remember, every time she came on, like as soon as we started she backed up and she would freeze.

But she was committed to coming week after week. And she came last week and she crushed it. She wasn’t nervous, she showed up, like hitting it out of the gate. And it’s like, it’s just about that practice and repetition and it’s like you’re once you have it in your nervous system. Like, once you’ve got it once, you know that. You can go from Hello, Yes and once you know you have the skill, it’s like in your nervous system. It’s not forgotten. Anybody can learn it and you know that competence. Sometimes they feel like people just need someone to tell them. What you think in your mind is possible. It is possible. Let me help you get there.

Pamela Bardhi
The cheerleaders, I call them yeah. Cheerleaders that tell you like Yes, you can. Why are you telling yourself otherwise kind of thing, right? Yeah. What do you think’s like the top tip and helping women get to the next level, like in their careers. Maybe confidence building or whatever, what’s like the number one thing that you would say to someone, who’s really trying to go from good to great.

Bella Verita
I would say 1 billion, being willing to receive. This is the biggest thing that I see with women is one they won’t ask for what they want. Because they are too afraid of being pushy, bossy, bitchy, whatever the case may be. Listen, like people, I’ve gotten all the things people have said, I’m bossy, bitchy, all the fucking things. But I know what I stand for, I know what I stand for right now. Like, I have someone in my space right now that’s like she seemed to think that. Trying to be like the boss of everyone. I can give a shit about being a boss. Like, I’m just here to help, and if you think like. I’m trying to be the boss, I don’t know what to tell you.

But I’m here to help and so it’s about knowing your own truth. And sometimes people aren’t gonna agree, but as long as you know your outcome, you know, your truth. That is, what is key and when it comes to confidence is. I don’t know what everybody’s like. Spiritual values are certainly more spiritual than I am religious. But like I said our Creator when you call it God universe, love the tree, whatever the fuck you believe in is love. Whatever the Creator is for you. He created us all uniquely designed to be individual. Who we are and the things that makeup who we are, as the things that we get to have the most confidence In.

And I think like, just knowing that no matter what, like God created you perfectly, you’re not important. Like, created you perfect to be who you are and to stand in that we all make imperfect mistakes. But we’re all perfect human beings and I think, as a woman I see so often. Lke being unwilling to just, like receive the yes, receive the guidance, like, Oh, I want to, like do things on my own. Or if I receive help, it means I’m weak or whatever, I’m like, Are you kidding? I see people like women struggling all the time to play and put their suitcases in the overhead bin. Never fucking put my own suitcase in.

I always ask them to do it for me. They’re happy to do it. And I’m happy to receive it. It looks like your ways that we can practice receiving. But I think as a women. The more that we can receive, the more our competence grows, and knowing that just who we are, is absolutely perfect and innate. And just being willing to Yeah, I think the biggest key is being willing to receive

Pamela Bardhi
I completely 100,000% agree with that. And now like you’re shifting and while you’ve been with the unblinded team for some time now. Because I know you still have a line, which is amazing. But you’re part of this incredible organization. So if we talk a little bit about being unblinded in the work that you’re doing there.

Bella Verita
Yeah, so we formed an ecosystem partner this year. So one unblinded teaches integrity-based human influence. And how to have more time, money, and magic through the formula. I got involved with unblinded because I’ve always been good at sales. I’ve always been good at influence and I’ve always been good at going from hello to Yes. But I didn’t have a language for it, I didn’t have a formula to duplicate it and that’s what I’m blinded by. So now when we are able to teach women sales and influence, I have a formula, I have a language. That I’m able to teach and it was actually right after you tell when we met. We went to a Tony Robbins event.

And Tony Robbins literally said in front of the entire audience. That there’s no one that leads with more heart and more integrity than Shawn. And if you’re not paying attention to what he’s doing. You want to pay attention and he has one to top 100 National jury verdicts. He has built a successful law firm, he’s handed employees a million-dollar bonus check. Like he has handed seven-figure just bonus checks. Not even a salary check, but a bonus check. So the art of being able to duplicate that success and that formula is why I got involved with unblinded in the first place.

Their teaching experience on marketing, which I love experiences and the company. It is one of the very few companies I have seen, run with such integrity. Because I’ve been behind the scenes and in front of the scenes. And I’ve been in personal development for 20 years. I’ve worked with a lot of companies and a lot of coaches. Very rarely what you see in front of the screen is what you get behind the screen. And the integrity that comes both in front and behind is absolutely incredible.

Pamela Bardhi
I love that and you’re involved with them continuously doing some really incredible and crazy work. I’ve had the honor of being on a real row with you. Which has been so much fun. I just think it’s such an out-of-the-box experience and if anyone is interested in unblinding, you must check it out. It is truly an experience and it will enhance your life. And just the people are out of this world amazing and who you’ll be connected to is out of this world amazing, I mean. Bella Verita is like an absolute freakin ‘Rockstar if you’re not inspired by her look, I don’t know what you’re doing with your life.

Bella Verita
Thank you so much for that. Then I say like any of your listeners that are business owners entrepreneurs, we have a real raw show for that. And then anyone who is interested in learning more about sales. Or how to go from Hello to Yes, then I have you think, you can sell real raw as well. So either one can hit us up.

What Would Her Older Self Tell Her Younger Self?

Pamela Bardhi
I love it. Now I’m gonna ask you the supreme question of. What would your older self tell your younger self, based on what you know now?

Bella Verita
I would say my biggest piece of advice is start practicing young not giving a fuck. What people think that would be my biggest, biggest piece of advice.

Pamela Bardhi
You hit the nail right on the head. Yeah, I literally just talked about this. I was like guys, you’re so fearful and insecure about things. About like how somebody else is gonna see you when you don’t even realize that person has so many could have as much insecurities as you. And is not even paying attention and so you here you are wasting your energy of not being great. Because you’re afraid of what that person is going to think. Oh, man. I love it, I love it, it is such a powerful message and so what’s up in your world now. What’s coming up in the next six months for you?

Bella Verita
Yeah, I would say we are building out so you think, you can sell real raw. We’re actually turning it into a TV production on YouTube. So that’s really super exciting. And this year our goal is to place 350 women in sales positions, so that is what I’m after this year and it’s all types of sales. People ask us all the time like what kind of roles and it’s everything from an entry-level $13 an hour position. Most of them are all remote so I’d say that anyone’s interested in remote, remote work. It’s anywhere from coaching, consulting law firms, doctors like medical books. I mean everything, so if someone is interested in it, our goal is 350 women in sales positions this year.

Pamela Bardhi
You go girl, that’s amazing. Congratulations on that news. I’m so excited for you and now you got to let everyone know where they can find you?

Bella Verita
Yeah, so the best place to go is www.alignsales.com. There’s two tabs either become a sales professional or hire a sales professional. So if you’re looking to hire someone, go there. If you’re looking to become one, if you want to get on our, so you think you can sell real raw go to alignsales.com. Become a sales professional then you can be on.

So I think you can sell real raw and then you know of course. I’m in the clubhouse every morning from 9:30 to 10 eastern standard time, going from hello to yes. Practicing hello to yes with people and then you know. You can always find me on Facebook and Instagram like you send me a message. Find me on any of them, send me a message, or just send champagne to my address and I’ll definitely respond to that too.

Pamela Bardhi
So Amazing, Bella, thank you so much for being here today. You are a total rock star. Honored to know you, to have you here today and I’m pumped to see. What happens in your future by just keep killing it Rockstar.

Bella Verita
Awesome. Thank you so much for having me today. Pamela, this has been amazing.

 

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