Ep. 7 Building Your Team with Sasha Pagano
This week we have Sasha Pagano coming on the show. Against all odds she has proven that hard work and a business sense can make all your dreams happen. If you have dealt with people telling you it can't be done or if you feel your upbringing puts you at a disadvantage, this show is for you. Sasha not only found success in business ownership but she started and grew a business in all the challenges of a pandemic. You will not only feel motivated after hearing her story, you will feel inspired to go out and build the future you want for you and your family.
What You Need to Know
Sasha was born in Missouri, failed the 7th grade, dropped out at 10th grade, got a GED at 21, owned a few businesses, got a masters in community counseling at 32, been published twice in peer reviewed journals and won a few conferences.
Sasha’s specialty is female occupational and educational obstacles. She had no role models, and a horrible poverty childhood. She had to make the cycle change with her motherhood.
She was a single mom forever and didn't get married until 40 (3 years ago). Met her husband in Georgia, her forever home. Sasha has been there for 10 years. Moved here for work to get my son out of the lifestyle of our hometown so he wouldn't be like them.
She participated in a MLM nutrition business for 6 years with 10k customer accounts, and has enjoyed all the rewards that company offers. Now, growing a maid service from the ground up on track to do half mil in second year, and mil in third.
Sahas has 5 businesses all together now with her husband. All profitable! 10 rental houses that are in the works to flip, recently started an off road recreational vehicle business.
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