Dr. Latrice Legendaire Joins the CEO Circle
As a result of qualifying with a minimum of 10 Ellev8 customers, Dr. Latrice Legendaire has been welcomed into the CEO Circle. She gains much sought-after access from her CEO and like-minded peers.
As soon as Ellev8 was announced, Ruby Ambassador knew she had to be a part of it - and she didn't cut any corners in her pursuit of it.
Read on to find out how Dr. Latrice achieves continuous success in positions such as the CEO Circle!
What motivated you to join the CEO Circle?
Appreciation, gratitude, and access. Our CEO has always put forth “breadcrumb trails” of ways that we can grab success from. As soon as I heard about the CEO Circle, I knew this would be an incredible way to put myself in the position to gain the leadership access I needed.
How does it feel to be the first members of the CEO Circle?
I am absolutely thrilled to be among one of the first members of the CEO Circle. I am working diligently to make sure I stay qualified and work my way up to the CEO Corner!
Why do you think it is essential to join the CEO Circle?
To show the level of commitment you have for your business and stay in step with the direction of your company! Taking the necessary actions to prove your belief in the system of success and yourself is essential to becoming a CEO Circle member. My actions will always demonstrate my own beliefs that I could be a part of whatever I set my mind to.
What is your “secret” to getting Ellev8 customers?
If there’s a secret to any sort of success, it has to be work ethic. I took the necessary steps to ensure my success. I wrote down a list of contacts, got in touch with those people, and exposed Ellev8 as much as I could! My goal is to continuously get 10 customers a month to stay in the CEO Circle and have organic growth in my business.
What do you hope to gain from being a part of the CEO Circle?
ACCESS! Admission to a Collective of Courageous individuals Enjoying Strategic Success = ACCESS is my why! I want to be an example for my team as well, I never ask them to do anything that I am not already doing myself.