EmmaSara McMillon is an entrepreneur, author, mother, and cultural leader. Her lectures and conferences are the reason thousands of people find purpose in life. EmmaSara is recognized for her gift of oration that can unify people and one’s self. When she speaks, every sentence is a step towards pattern breaking motivation that enables the ability to exceed personal expectations. EmmaSara provides expert advice to inspire action towards change in an individual’s self, home, family, work, and life. Education in the means of life improvement is where EmmaSara displays the dynamic power of words.
Mother and female advocacy is where EmmaSara places her faith in the future. EmmaSara is a mother of 8 and has a bandwidth of experience that mother’s everywhere would find insightful. Her Mother of Change Movement promotes improvement of family life starting at home and immediate communities. EmmaSara’s expertise in Situational Awareness imparts the wisdom of how to heighten any family’s strength, intelligence, and connection.
EmmaSara speaks to instill inspiration into the flow of people’s life – each and every groove and niche of it. She promotes the value of relationships. She teaches how to build a lasting legacy. She exemplifies effective communication. EmmaSara has a position in life that she holds firm to that frees her from the restraints of everyday mental trappings. Learn how to assess and take hold of the handles in life. Find the way to an optimized life of accomplishment with EmmaSara McMillon.
How did you get started as an influencer:
I have always had a desire to shift culture from my early years. I wanted to showcase the perfect union of femininity and strength. Now that I am a mother of 8 kids, toddler to adult, we have created a family brand that exudes the strength that comes from family unity in faith and entrepreneurship.
How do you generate revenue as an influencer?
Courses and conferences are where I gain a traction in my revenue. I get to speak to people who are open to the ideas I have applied to my own life to do something in theirs.
How long did it take you to start making money as an influencer?
Over the years I have used my influencer appeal to position me in different areas of business, including owning a boutique bakery and owning businesses within the health sector. In 2017 I wrote my first book and since then have written additional books. My influencer ability has given me the edge to generate an income from the very beginning of each of my ventures.
When you were starting out, was there ever a time you doubted it would work? If so, how did you handle that?
Entrepreneurship is all about taking risks. Whenever you deal with risks those pesky thoughts of doubts will sneak in. In such cases I always had to come back to my “why” and refocus on the mission. I had to revisit my purpose. Those rebalancing points put gas in my tank each time to continue on.
How did you get your first customer?
In 2011 I worked to establish our family brand as holistic and as a health authority. That was the year I established a relationship with my first customer.
When I launched our gluten-free Bakery we quickly gained a following. We were carried to be among the top restaurants and coffee houses in our city .
What is one marketing strategy (other than referrals) that you’re using that works really well to generate new business?
I still find power in making personal contacts. Doing a 15 min service call to listen to people’s needs continues to prove a successful strategy. It still is effective at gaining new members for my member site.
What is the toughest decision you’ve had to make in the last few months?
Reassessing my time investment in certain projects is always a sobering time for me. It takes me pulling back, praying, and listening. Sometimes the thing I want to invest myself in is not the right move for our company. So I have to shelve it, temporarily or permanently.
What do you think it is that makes you successful?
My brand is built upon substance and family values. I help people realize something. I think people are starving, but they don’t realize it until they come across our family brand.
What has been your most satisfying moment in business?
When people want to create change in their home. When they feel the pang of hunger that leads them to want more. We have a lot to offer.
What does the future hold for your business? What are you most excited about?
World change. I believe that the future of our nation rests upon the shoulders of mothers to create change. When moms become fortified and resolved to put family first, I believe the world will change. That makes me excited.
What business books have inspired you?
One of my favorite classics is The Richest Man in Babylon. It’s truly a timeless read for the wisdom offered. The Divided Mind By John E. Sarno is not specifically about business, but it deals with the power of the mind. To be successful in entrepreneurship the power of the mind must be harnessed. Left on its own it has the power to tear down, but when properly wielded it is a powerful resource for growth.
What advice would you give to your younger self?
Emotionalism is weakness. Harness the power of godliness. Be judicial with your friends. Reject limited thinking.
Are you willing to be a mentor? If so, how should someone contact you?
Yes, I do one-on-one coaching and group coaching. My contact is www.EmmaSara.com