I recorded this as a Facebook Live on Sunday, August 11th, 2019.
This video should be called ‘How NOT to Win’. I have made every mistake you can think of entering sweepstakes. Why do you think I am so good at teaching you how to win? I screw up and teach you what not to do.
Occasionally life gets overwhelming and balls get dropped. Sometimes that ball is a contest entry. This is what happened to me recently.
Have you ever done something while sweeping that makes you want to facepalm too?
Learn How To Win Big, Step-by-Step in my latest book: https://contestqueen.com/books/how-to-win-cash-cars-trips-and-more/
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