SNM256: Float Your Way To The Top with Mandy Rowe

Welcome to the Serve No Master Podcast! This podcast is aimed at helping you find ways to create new revenue streams or make money online without dealing with an underpaid or underappreciated job. Our host is best-selling author, Jonathan Green.

Today's guest is Mandy Rowe is the co-founder of True Rest, a franchise that offers floating pods for sensory deprivation therapy. The idea came from a family friend who suffered from PTSD and found relief through the Navy Seals' flow pods

In this episode, Mandy Rowe discusses the importance of knowing your target audience and how she found success through social media platforms such as TikTok. She also talks about the benefits of floating therapy and how it's helped people with PTSD and insomnia. Additionally, Mandy shares her experience working with family members in business and the challenges that come with it.

Notable Quotes

–       “Floating is just kind of sexy. I mean, people are posting pictures about it, they want to tell their friends about it. It's an extremely life altering experience for a lot of people. So that word of mouth is just as useful from an education standpoint as is our social media ads and things that we're running.” – [Mandy Rowe]

–        “I love my dad. He's my biggest role model, and frankly, I think he's my best friend. And so I'll work with him probably till the day he dies, because I wouldn't want to work with anybody else.” –  [Mandy Rowe]

–      “And I hope that future generations kind of feel that passion and see how hard so many of us have had to work and will work to be that voice and be that avenue for people that don't want just prescription drugs to combat whatever their ailments are.” –  [Mandy Rowe]

–     “For someone who's thinking of becoming a franchisee, there is a lot of information. And sometimes the pitch can be really emotional, exciting, and you're caught up in the emotion of an opportunity before you think about the complexity.” – [Jonathan Green]

–     “A lot of people have this feeling that their kids will want to take over their business, but almost no one wants to do what their parents did.” – [Jonathan Green]

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