Service members, military spouses, and veterans can make money selling products and services online. But how do you get set up to selling in a way that’s PCS-proof?
Entrepreneurship in the military community has been kicked into high speed. After decades of struggling with un and underemployment, military spouses are taking control of their careers and earning power by becoming entrepreneurs. I know because this is what I did. I started my business because I was sick of my career being at the mercy of another move.
As a business owner who coaches business owners, I know many new entrepreneurs don’t understand that when you start a business, you’re going into sales. Yes, to make money you need to sell your goods or services. The question is, where do you sell your services?
My guest Monica Fullerton is here to provide a resource to help military spouses and veterans sell their goods and services to make money. Monica is an Air Force spouse, twin mom, and founder of Spouse-ly! Spouse-ly is an online marketplace for military spouses, service members, and veterans. She’s currently stationed in Las Vegas, NV, and just quit her full-time job in the corporate world to focus on growing Spouse-ly.
Monica and I talk about what Spouse-ly is and how it can help military business owners thrive.
The Military Money Show is supported by Charles Schwab. Schwab can help you achieve better financial outcomes—saving for your future? Putting your kids through college? Being prepared for your retirement years? Schwab has the resources and solutions to help you. You can learn more at Schwab.com.
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If you want to “kickstart” your finances in the military, you can get access to my free Financial Kickstart Kit here.