Eagles, Diamonds and Ducks part 3

Well, here it is! The long awaited conclusion to the story about Eagles – Leaders, Diamonds – Those of affluence and influence, and now the Ducks (Part 1 and Part 2 if you’d like to catch up!)


The young woman began secretly studying and looking for ways to fulfil her dreams without letting any of her family and friends know. This was hard for her as she was bubbling with anticipation and excitement, somehow knowing that the secret to her success was just around the next corner – or on the next web page  – or classified ad – or person she spoke too. It just had to be out there somewhere. Having read all of the great personal development books she could get her hands on, it was now just a matter of believing. FEELING.


Over the years, the young woman had made connections with many wonderful people, who to this day were still in touch and she could proudly call ‘friends’, even though they may never have met. Through these people, she met others who introduced her to others and so on. There was something about these connections that had her wondering. What if she actually joined something that these people were doing? Would she then be in a position to have inside information to their success? What if they thought she was not good enough, or stupid. What if they mocked her like her family and friends had – only this time for trying to be someone or something she really had no place even contemplating.


A facebook status. An image. A fact. It was actually an email from a connection through an association with a leader in an organisation that finally convinced the young woman to take a leap. Check it out. Commit to it. Do it. Leave all of the Ducks behind quacking and waddling around in their way, content to bow down and be restrained in corporate chains as that was the sensible thing to do ‘quack quack’!duck

The young woman was amazed by the people that she could now connect too through this organisation, which was a fantastic training platform complete with many tools. Only one thing was missing. Accountability, direction and Clear Answers instead of cryptic ‘oh you know’ come backs.

Beginning to despair a little as financial investment had been made, she decided to once again embark on a search for a company that could teach her what she needed to know and she also needed s way of making some money to fund furthering her education towards becoming an expert that could help others who were on a journey such as the one she’d been on. Through the organisation, she had learned how to connect with people effectively. How to develop rapport with people. She noticed that her interactions with family, friends and even work collegues suddenly became better because everyone wanted to be around her, to listen to what she had to say. She was becoming a Better Woman!

She contacted a lady who had once told her of a wonderful group that she was a part of and the young woman asked more about it. She was welcomed into this new community and felt a genuine connection and authenticness about each woman she connected with. Her new found confidence glowed from within. She had finally found the right place to be at the right time and was able to release her creativity in a wonderful blog that was set up, ready for her to begin writing. Wondering what on earth to write about, she decided to write about her journey to date.

And that my friends, is how I came up with the idea of Eagles, Diamonds and Ducks. This story is mine. It could be yours too. Joining The Better Womens Network has been the best decision of my whole life as it is now the foundation for my Network marketing businesses. I have a tool to connect to the world. I have friends who will support me and critique me when I need it.

Why don’t you join me and share your journey with me and the rest of the fantastic women you will find here In Better Womens Network!

Thank you for being a part of my journey 🙂



Hi, My name is Sonia and I have had many titles and roles to date, being the mother of four awesome children who are now all grown up I'm 'Mum'. I've worked for retail giants, Real Estate Agents, Authors and Editors, I've been an advertising co ordinator, a receptionist, a manager, a travelling sales rep, a telemarketer, a spruiker, a karaoke host and an employment consultant. I am passionate about people and am now an entrepreneur with a vision to help as many people as I possibly can realise their dreams through engaging them and showing them tools that work! I'm still a mum. I still go out and do a few hours work for an employer that I love and I'm also still hosting karaoke shows - yes, I can sing a little too. I also own two fantastic businesses that I run from the comfort of wherever I can get internet access. If you'd like to know more, please contact me via facebook

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  • Luba Kanch

    Great story lovely!
    You definitely have a great foundation set up with Better Women’s Network and I believe YOU ARE GOING PLACES!!  You have the correct attitude and you have a great future ahead of you!! x

    • Thank you Luba! I am loving the daily tasks and the growth that I am experiencing from Better Womens Network 😉

  • There was an item on Scottish Television the other night about “Mumpreneurs” . Ladies who had decided that they could use the skills and expertise in business, their own business and preferably an online business, that would not only keep them near their families but also contribute to their families well being financially.
    The range of businesses was amazing and if you have the correct mindset, woman or man, nothing will stop you from achieving whatever you set out to do. Great third part Sonia, enjoyed the “Trilogy” very much.

    • Thank you Alex 🙂 I may have another ‘Trilogy’ in me later in the year – will see what inspires me..

  • Way to go Sonia! We have very similar stories and we ended up with the same solution; Better Women’s Network. And it works, right?

    • Absolutely Ligia! I am so grateful to have found The Better Womens Network and all of the new friends too 🙂

  • Such a lovely story. It could easily have been mine. Thanks for sharing. I’m going over to have a peep now.