Could Steve Carter Help Bridge The Gap For Black Wealth In America?

Steve Carter

Could Steve Carter Help Bridge The Gap For Black Wealth In America?

Steve Carter is not only a husband, father, son, and brother to a loving family, but also a renowned speaker, top sales trainer, and a successful businessman. He describes himself as a FAMILY MAN, LEADER, AND WINNER!

Tell us about your business.

The name of my company is VIP International, Inc. I created my company with the sole intent to invest in and build businesses that create passive residual income while helping others to do the same. The primary business models I’ve aligned my company with are within the fields of Marketing and Sales, as well as investments that yield passive returns.

What motivated you to do this type of work?

I’ve always been interested in business models that allow me to capitalize on the power of leveraged efforts and leveraged expertise. I understood in the earlier part of my business career I didn’t want to be the only person responsible for generating the kind of income I wanted to generate. I knew that exchanging hours for dollars would NEVER allow me to generate the lifestyle I knew I wanted to live. This is why Network Marketing has always been one of the business models I’ve always chosen to be involved in.

What are 3 marketing tips for success in sales and marketing?

1. Always be sincere.

2. Cater to the right market/audience.

3. Show value for others.

What is your best advice for those who say, “Entrepreneurship is too hard”?

My advice to those that feel entrepreneurship is too hard is to first have the right perspective and expectation. Nothing worth having is easy to attain. However, when you compare working a traditional job to entrepreneurship, my question would be, “Which one is really harder when it comes to the potential outcome?” I believe that when a person realizes that there is no upside limitation to entrepreneurship, then the perspective of working hard enough to create a passive residual income is not that difficult. The difference is that I believe a person that is passionate about what he or she does, and really believes that the outcome will be exactly what he or she wants, doesn’t feel like the hard work isn’t worth it. However, for the person that works a traditional job for DECADES, knowing the outcome can pretty much be predicted, and that prediction is not exciting…that’s much