When it comes to supporting one another, we pretty much suck at it. Here are five lies your friends and family need to stop believing when it comes to supporting you.

Buy What?!

You don’t have to buy anything to support friends and family. That is one of the biggest mistakes there is when it comes to being supportive. There are so many more ways to be supportive.

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Open Your Mouth!

Word of mouth is one of the BEST ways to support someone. Think about it this way, do you tell your friends about a drink you absolutely loved from the local coffee shop? Or what about the dress in the store window you fell in love with? How about the dealership that gave you a great deal on your latest vehicle? These are all word of mouth.

Why not help someone you care about by doing the same thing? In other words, tell people about the services your friend provides, or how you got an amazing item from them. It is so simple.

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Social Media Plug

Social media is another great way to support friends and family. Again, you don’t have to buy anything from them or sell anything for them. You could do something as simple as ‘like’ a post, or even host an online event.

Any types of interaction on social media will help more people see the posts, and get them interested in reading. Even a simple “Hey, just wanted to say hi.” will help out.

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How Much Can I Make?

Along with social media, people need to understand, you could also support both your friend/family member as well as yourself by joining them. In most cases, it will be something that has caught your attention and having that person being involved makes you feel a bit more secure about jumping in as well.

It All Counts

No matter how big or small the effort, it all adds up. If you are interested in being apart of the LuckyHula family, shoot us an email. In addition, don’t forget to check out our list of other Affiliates.

One thought on “5 Lies Friends Need To Stop Telling Themselves When It Comes to Supporting You”

  1. Totally agree. I know when I sold things I was always hoping even for just a mention to others that might be interested. When it came time that family or even friends were selling things I always felt obligated to purchase an item, even when I didn’t have the money to do so. Yes, word of mouth would be worth so much more especially if it reaches the person that would purchase the item or use the service.

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