Sheila Brown spent 18 years “slaving away” in corporate America, as she dramatically loves to put it. The Kansas City, MO native worked as a top executive in Human Resources and Recruitment for Fortune 500 companies like Pepsi Cola, Gateway Computers, The Walt Disney Company, and Activision. Ironically, she is doing the exact opposite of recruiting people to the corporate workforce with Portable Incomes (http://portableincomes.com). Now, she is determined to “save” them from the stress, burnout, and desk slavery of the field, through teaching others the very ways she used to make money through marketing and selling products on the Internet.
Arielle Loren had her “aha moment” a bit earlier in her work career, discovering that the 9-5 world was not for her just a few years after graduating from New York University. Working for creative agencies that touted ping-pong tables, dress down days as everyday, and beer in the fridge, the young marketing exec still couldn’t stand the 50-plus hour start-up workweek, so she quit multiple jobs and began traveling the world. Discovering there was a better way, she began freelancing online and started a digital publication called Corset Magazine. Many of her followers asked “how” exactly she was able to set up a thriving online publication based on paid subscriptions, make money freelancing online, and being an Internet marketing consultant, so she teamed up with Brown to create Portable Incomes and they’ve been teaching together ever since. Watch Arielle Loren tell her Portable Incomes Story (http://youtu.be/
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