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118: How to Turn Your Idea into a Business Step-by-Step (with Raegan Moya-Jones)

2019-10-15 | 🔗

Here's your warning: after you listen to this conversation with Raegan Moya-Jones, you will be OUT OF EXCUSES to go after the thing you want. Raegan founded her 100 MILLION dollar company Aden + Anais while working a full-time job, based on nothing more than an idea for something she wanted but couldn't find. Was Raegan already a millionaire? Did she have a business degree, experience, or connections in the retail industry? Was she the first person to ever think of swaddling a baby in muslin? NO! The truth is, if you want to start, there's literally nothing stopping you but yourself. Chat with us today and learn how to go from dreaming to doing RIGHT FREAKING NOW! Visit Raegan's website to purchase her book, What It Takes, and follow her on Instagram for more tactical advice on how to turn your side hustle into a 100 million dollar business.


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One of the cruellest things that I get to see as part of my job is the manifestation of the product or products that I dreamed up and created and figured out how to do like. So many of you as a business owner, you get these ideas in your head and it is incredible to get to watch them come to fruition, and I started dreaming about one of our most popular products thus start today journal. I assert dreaming about this. A couple of years ago I had been doing this daily practice based on several different people. I had heard about several different things and kind of put them together into one daily practice, which was every single day. I wrote down the dreams I had for my life, but I wrote them as if they had already happened
there's something really powerful about claiming a goal as if it's already done and I wrote down every day and it was how I set my intentions and then I would post about it on social and so many people. What are you doing? What is that? Where do I get that journal and I was like guys: it's not a journal, it's just a notebook, I'm just riding down the same thing every single day, but what I think is interesting, as business owners or creators is often times. In fact, most of the time, your audience will tell you what it wants from you and I kept pushing it off because I was like you guys. This is not a big deal, but it was, and people kept asking for, and I finally just thought what, if I turn
into to a product- and I started to dream and plan- and I literally taped pictures to the wall of my office, of what I dreamed that my journal would look like in the intention behind it, and I wanted the covers to be really pretty, and I wanted it to be something that you could do once a quarter and then, as you completed, each journal. You'd have a stack of this evidence of how intentional you, about your life and we figured it out, and I mean you know some time times we messed up on the shipping, and sometimes we rest up on that. Interior, but we failed our way to where we are today, which is the start today journal in the hands of hundreds of thousands of people? Oh so incredible such a blessing for me to be able to go on Instagram and see hashtag start today journal and see people all over the world using this practice as away to aim in the direction of their dreams. So if
you are not familiar, and you want to check it out. You can go over to the Hollis code, dot com forward, slash shop and find all about my favorite practice turned my favorite product and, if you're not anymore to buy. Remember that episode. Seventy two of this podcast gives you the exact step by step so that you can do it in whatever note book you have laying around for free, you dont have to buy a product, but you should be doing is daily practice. It will literally we literally change your life I wanted it everywhere because I really believes that Muslims with the only thing you should be wrapping you baby in, but I get came from a place of wanting to help them problems with a product that I still was absolutely essential to a new momentum newborn baby. So I wanted it to be Everywhere and
really the marketing that bill tighten- and I was just moms- tell Other map is how much they lie the products we didn't spend any money on formal marketing for the first five years
I'd, never dies existence. I Rachel Hollis and I've built a multi million dollar media company with a high school diploma and the free information I found on the internet in the fifteen years that I've been building and scaling. My company, I have become deeply passionate about helping other entrepreneurs to do the same so each week I'll be sharing tangible and tactical advice and inspiring interviews with the same intention. Bees are the tools to change your life and your business. This is the rise podcast I told you before we started. I've had the pleasure of getting to listen to your story before unapplied costume super excited for.
Audience to get to experience it if they never have before. But if they're not familiar with you already, will you tell them who you are and how you got here? Sure my name is Reagan Voyager. I am founder and prior sea of Aden and deny which, though baby products company that I started in the U S about twelve years ago. I guess and bills it into a global brad. And here I am currently working on a new business- actually mean a very different way. Now The the liquor industry self got left quite the translation. I bet so I guess I he'd call me an entrepreneur, I'm also among four daughters,
you know the juggling Israel, yes, mice, working moms out, they would totally understand. Yeah at we use star. We saw at the beginning of where aid and in a came from like where did this idea star the the impetus, if I'm remembering right was, you were looking for something here in the: U S that you had had back home and couldn't find. Is that right? That's exactly I'd. So when I had a nay my elder stood before goes here back into thousand and three, I went looking for this piece of cloth really cold muslin that work- very common back home in Australia with parents butts for whatever reason just didn't exist here in the state, so I How the hell do american parents leave without this stuff, because I didn't I wanna straying parent that did- and I just
but if I introduce this to the: U S, I'm sure that amount can mammals and parents would respond to it. The same way the idea had previously that's kind of how it all got started and from the front from that idea. How do you like? How do you get to day? One of the business you you have this idea, but Did you know about you know, manufacturing importing shipping like how how in the world did you get from idea to actual product great question? No, I didn't know anything about anything. My my background voice. I also had always been silent throughout my career pride starting idling, nay, but it's far is you factoring or even selling a baby product. You know I'd always sought research and conferences and different things like that I'd
anything in the baby, spies and really, I just taught me Really. I just taught me if, as I went along, Google became my best friend. I can honestly say: iconic googled my way can only fifty million dollars brevity before I could start to afford to to employ expert to actually do stop that I was learning on the fly and down yet. I really really was that easy and that hard, I just taught myself, because I went alongside you nothing about manufacturing, nothing about supply chains, about fine adds nothing about. I t all the things that are necessary. The old rather successful business. So I really did you teach me often use common sense for as long as I could and then now wants to business started to make some money. I,
obviously started to employ the experts to coming in and help me build it and scale it to the next level. And did you start with a single skew or you were like here's, an entire line cause as a mom of four, obviously of five by everything from birth cloth to blame ads from aided and no. But I am assuming that you started with a smaller, offering. Exactly I I started it with force. Give you three, which were the same product which reaches the full impact of the muslin Bradshaw, swaddle, blankets, there You know. We call them here in the states, tell em washcloth, there's so from those force geez. I eventually grew it too. We had just over two thousand schools. So it way yet there was that there was a
and for anybody out there who are starting a product yet contain a business. Out in stages to men. Just there were two scion two thousand in committee, so that I really did just start with the former ends to build the foundation of the brand on life, skis and primarily the blanket and then because I was a mouth and I was having more children, I went on tat freedom for a more daughters after nay you I had built in marketing my own high, which is what a lot Lungs How then do in that's how they start a business because they see and opportune de for a product that they want? That does not actually exist, and then I started to build out of the products without the things that I actually wanted to my own daughters.
And when you were once you have those initial skews? Was it calm? Did you go into retail like how? How could I loved the thought process for any entrepreneur? I love mapping it because I think it looks so different for all of us, but for people who are sitting at home right now and they feel like they ve got this great idea, but there being stop themselves like what I don't really know how old none of us really know how we figure it out as we go along exactly like look at why is there no way in Hell? Would I know that MR scares me cause that just so out of my comfort zone, where the product, by business is still very it. You know intuitive Dumay Irene. I do believe that in our common sense, and hard work with their there. The gray idea for a product or aid or service.
Oh you know like the book that I write and just as an aside, God bless you for riding multiple book. But you're doing it again, but don't worry, pay you I I read your books and there is a particular piece of advice in it. Now I think of it. Wash your hair you're busy here when you wrote TAT, was she buys at the time that you say but when you got your full of spoke, you ve read all the review is the out and you just don't we review yeah because what it takes with so personal today really put myself out there that weird. I read your book right before. My book was coming out and buy. I hated the advice and outside glad I did I not red wine. Review side can be hiding it out there. I wouldn't have a busy, that's the power. I keep saying to people. If it
that old, saying if a tree falls in the forest, but no one's around to hear it, does it make a sound? That's what I think about negativity. I'm like well, if you hate me, but I don't hear about it, then it doesn't affect me at all, exactly Thank you for that. You are welcome. You personally impact it with that, and I am quite sure that some highlighted that there is a bit. I digress, Where were we owe you were? So how did you do you have the product? Now? How do you figure out? What to do? Did you get it in retail they ride on mine. So yes, Sir, that's great question because the way eyes acid and build Aignan, and I told you The girl is very different. That I would start to build up a product based business. I'll introduce you twice You go Amazon, didn't round the world. If it wasn't all about. I come here,
can mortar placement in key stores we still really important for building a brand. So back, then I thought is when Health a letter to get as well. I did distribution as I could in it. Many stories as I could, and actually we Didn'T- forget a calm those at all, because I didn't want to compete again. The re Kallas that with supporting the product, so it was just a very different time, and down where is now really in a year ass to have that incredibly no, online eight pregnant or rather, why did he kind of you lost? What about me yeah, I'm curious as to how much of your pack your past, prepared you for the level of the company that you are building. You know you.
Like the numbers that you got two and and a you eventually sold the company. Is that correct. Yeah I, when she saw the company and got fired summit last year, that there might be another post, but but but what did you have experienced as eight weeks a lie in the community, a bow self sabotage and getting to a place where you are spearing, seeing a level of revenue or a level of growth, that's beyond what you know and how many people are well keep themselves from doing something big, because so did you have things in your past that were preparing you for that level of success or you're? Just like I'm gonna hold on to the right and see where it takes me that's a good question and no one had ever asked me that before at so what I would say to that is I was always a very hard worker. My parents
stood in May that if you want to accomplish anything, you have to work hard for it. So I had a very strong in built work ethic in May I also had a a suited quiet, confident that One of the reasons I started aid men and I was because in my corporate korea I was constantly being cut primarily by men. I dine height man. I love that most of my bosses were men and I was conscious leave her alone, your way, you should be in no doubt looked leave, sir, that we don't Let me think like that, and it was very frustrating to me because I felt in in myself that always cable to me, because I felt in in myself tat. I was capable of doing more in doing a good job It says that I wasn't being given the opportunity. So that was one of the big.
Motivating factor The maid wanna do something on my arm. The idea, really now I was an entrepreneur and kill. You know I daughter of fifty million, dollar business and then I was like archival men might be an entrepreneur I am. I think that that was a big motor. Patient a waste crews today that more thought to myself tat. I could do it so it can't load how big I wanted the business to Bay, the If I ever went into these thinking, always just gotta keep it. As aside house because it was a side, has for a long time. Rachel like I had the idea when I was born in two thousand and three, it took to two thousand and six to work God how to make the product and get it to market and in
I kept working at my full time, job at the economists from two thousand and six to two thousand and nine, and then, when I got to a million dollars in revenue, was when I felt comfortable. You know it taking the full late inter running idleness. I thought I saw sir server not reviewed it was. It was what you refer to as it. I'd, hustle and tab, you don't it. It weighs bed. I I always believed somewhere, albeit I'd, never set myself a dollar revenue. Go then I always do. Intuitively knew that it was good. Today billion dollar business. It's never that would never questioning MA am that we were gonna, get it back
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where there are things that you dead marketing to mothers, marketing to parents, that you feel like really, sir, you up for success, or do you think it was the product itself or just sort of this magic? amalgamation of the two of those things nothin I question look for any budding. You know You prefer out there with somebody thinking about doing something for themselves there are a lot of serendipitous moments along the way that I think, a of building a successful business. I looked back never they were. There were crossroads where I could have got left and I went right at made all the different sort of state and when I got it out there. I think what what we did right at the beginning was. I wanted it everywhere, because I really believes that Muslim, with the only thing you should be wrapping you baby in, but I could
from a place of wanting to help other Mommy with a product that I still was absolutely essential to a new momentum newborn baby. So I wanted it to be everywhere and really the marketing that bill tighten and I was just mom telling other mom how much they love the product drives. Anyway, I've been any money on formal marketing for the first five years I'd, never dies existence, I believe that one painting it so it's so amazing when I think back to the first time that I bought the swaddle, the swallowers in the four pack. I remember it so distinctly being pregnant with my first baby and how interesting it is that in a world of if your first time parent everything you're buying is Eve downloads of research in your friends of all told you, but
for me. I d summer walking down the aisle and seeing it and touching it, and I was like oh that's- that there is not even another option. This is so soft. This is, the thing that I'm gonna go earth, an amazing wit, Maybe this is a silly question, but where there are times when you are like when you were building. The idea of this seems too good to be true, like how has nobody figure out in the. U S like. Is there something I missing our you're just like know these people are dumb. Let me show you what it's about, not but I would just started Nobody else that it didn't exist in the? U S, I really! I couldn't believe it because I went out looking for when I was pregnant with an eye because I that all my friends in my sister who had had babies before they had much lighter and not use my when you headed.
A guy with their baby, because that's what made that products so fabulous tried, but it did multiple things this one the cloth and I will just surprised as anybody that no one had heard of it in the? U S and made it turned out, no wanted. Heard of it anywhere else in the world outside of the stranger, so that that big became another aha moment where wow I ve got a whole world per year, get this product out into which became a springs, because I couldn't Patton square pace of muslin, which is, albeit because you're, twenty the guy. Now when I heard a bed, and now today is probably about a thousand companies doing that what I did- and I were you- saw it- some yeah it was, it was I honestly don't know why why these products? It is now
truly created a new market segment? Not just in the? U s that pretty much globally. That is a product that most months now, whether the aid middle name was a blanket all another companies muslim, blanket it's on everybody, registry it's one of those products just like it. Wasn't it that month, caught it without yeah. I really don't know why it hadn t all. I guess, Australia. Far away and isolated said that worked out in my favor wow, but honestly how many people you are not the first person to come from Australia live here and have a baby, so it wasn't just that matter. Cole piece of it not existing. It had to have someone make it real, turn it in his direction so so entirely going out to a lot of people a lot of people rachel- and this is what I said- I had talked a lot of entrepreneurs now who reach out to me, and so one of
want to know the secret to what made it so successful you say a lot that I think the biggest mistake Paypal make is they have ideas, because I'm a hundred percent sure I was the first to stray into go while they don't have muslin here you should really. Someone should really bring it here that the difference is ideal yeah, I didn't just cut the idea, and I think so many people you have great ideas and because they don't think they know exactly how to do it and when I say do it I mean build the business in turn. Aside, hearing too, you know a multi million dollar beef as they they don't take it. Late yeah. That was another reason I wrote the book because I wanted everyone to know that very sorry. Nothing special about me on David is monitored in the ribs. Never them as creative, not the most connected. I just
Someone who had ended idea that I did invented didn't invent muslin at being around before biblical time and you Had the idea had incredible work ethic that was instilled in me by my parents and just was prepared. Work really hard to get it out. And as I said, I really didn't know anything. A classic story is I was talking to a buyer at one of the deed in a chain major stories and everything in I'd centre sand colon and followed up with. Is it something here? today in and she said to me, you know what yes we'd like lead, hoping you send me a lot. She likes it absolutely and I hung up
the fine and I had to google what I like that I don't have a clue yeah about you know I've done then I eighty times in my career, but I think that the point right lay out Dolly has to know everything. On the contrary, don't actually has to know anything other than you. Ve got a great idea for a product or service that you think will help people and they just work it out, you don't belong ambivalent. Really not brain surgery and I'm sure you're till he had been similar but be friends in the Are you started out a writer? I bet you saw that way. You had to stay with the beating. You found a way to get it out a whole lot more Paypal, you know it you just its work it out. As you go along a hundred per cent
before I asked me a question because you mentioned it tell everyone with the book is called and where they can get it, because now all I wanna get really not Charlie, plus five o clock gelbard come on go on an author. I am at your eye this, carrying that very kind of you in the books called what it takes. You can get a Amazon bond, noble all that it came out say that it is just a very honest, honest. The picture of my five hundred billion dollar global bread, incredible and now you're five hundred billion dollar global bread, incredible and now you're now you're building a new brand. Will you tell us about that? I am yes sire I've got a little bit further. Entrepreneurs is in a very careful leafy now you controlling interest of your business to private equity firm, despite what they tell you,
during according stage, you run the risk of saying I too, I am being pushed out of your own business, which is what happened last year, so that was pretty awful, but I wasn't. Another business with my old sea alone, Baden in and I actually David now the business with my see obeyed, and in that I actually David and we had started a premium mean shine company. It's called Saint Lena and we're having a lot of factory better. It serve a high and shine, and we sort of solar and opportunity to in the mean time being rocket fuel that serves one purpose: people wasted damn, create these premium version of it that sought in five star restaurants, cocktail bars and we ve kind of stuff,
in New York City in it. So far so good, you know Ariel Sharon's employee, his only son, and why did you lie sitting it? Did you have the idea for moonshine, or were you like? Okay, we get to do anything. What are we gonna do? Yes, it was. It was actually David who came up with the idea of moonshine, and and he saw industry liquor, industry and We need shine being a relatively do and in our opinion, understood a developed? the gory weeping ass. I looked at very different right right should say: I'm not advocate
that people need make sure that the lack of the Good Lady love love. It's very good. This is much more of looking at it from our children business perspective, then disrupting category in its fun, it's fun to be building something from the ground up again, it's nice to see, Paypal responding to the product. Having a lot of fun with it, and what do you think you're carrying with you into this next, adoration, because I know that we have listeners who are there in a transitional phase of their life, their becoming something new and there. So much idea. City wrapped up in. Why? they were doing and who now they are becoming. So one of the things that you think you're you're walking into this next phase that are Like how will you be transition ride, keeping
here? I fell into a very deep dark hole for about a year after I was fired, so I dont want Anyone listening to think that I just got fired what diet dot Anderson started a new peace Well yeah. I only got it was horrible light because I believed it breeds that business, for over a decade, twenty four seven liar when you don't wanna, take it ever stop thinking about you, business right, yeah, so that with that that was a deal. He called time- and it really did take me about a year to could serve- on my feet again and get my confidence that, because you, u confidence, gets beaten down in nice situation, so, but what size sodas did that real, laudable, like yours and listened to a lot of podcast, instilled myself back up, which I had done a long time, because
again running a business like that is all consuming set is between. U business! Any children is not a lot less EU jointly puddings and made what she had done for many years and then, when I felt you know. Back on my fate again that you know that's when I started to move with David would cite Lunar bet ITALY and- and I know it sounds like a cliche bit the failure- taught me why more than the successive fellow lotta, that through the table, these taught me now ever gonna make the same mistake again with lots of things in terms of running a business. So you just you just by default, My job because of what you'd learned along the way and I dont seeking you're actually doing
then you know that you realise how much you know and how it should be deeply. It just comes back to you, so I would say to him. Again, you know one of my favorite. Quite the John BAR is quite it's cool. He says late, and then that will appear. I think that through a lead and just that you die what you're doing and it will come back to you. King followed. When you are actually in the I'm curious, and maybe this question is too much. You can tell me if you're not interested in answering at, but I just knowing myself, I'm curious how motivational it is to you, too, starting again after being forced out well
I find it strange that nothing of the task of helping trouble about you travel, because I found yeah. What am I saying about the dog it is hard work. Having got the levels idea Would I lie at having a huge? staying around me again, you wouldn't know what that feels like people that was other than me what's happening, had been made that I couldn't leading on its Edith easy being backing betraying she's like on a walking toward the door in bars and restaurants getting higher again when you put your way back in the trenches and every day, not what the yeah. Did I get here, but in your wings fabulous planets like Please note later everybody college then again loves. It takes place,
for me. I don't think you're on a high again I'd say definitely guy guy had I effectively in I've gone back to being my children personally he stood upon the United having people helping me with my life, I'm going door to door with a product, so it- What had happened? What am I doing the thing on the flip side that rush you get when you see people respond. To something you ve created according to the world. Whether it's a baby blanket aura premium bundle of moonshine if you I'm sure to know how you get a real rush out of that. I'm enjoying it alot yeah Think for me at this place in my career, I am the He'S- probably gonna- some crazy and I'm sure a therapist would have a field day with me I am
I love it when someone underestimate me, I love it. I just had an experience within the last month and I'm not gonna name names but super disk spected by some one that I have admired for a really long time and at her I feel so bad. And then I got up the next day and I was like all right, mother. Effort. Sorry! Anyone who, unlike LISA, consider a word like ok, ok, that because it to me it I use that as fuel and thinking of you know in the season, at your end or for any less nurse who are in something where it would be so easy for you to to s, walk away to hide away to never stand back up again, and I want to acknowledge you for that, because I think that there are plenty of people who would go already built something beyond anyone's expectations. I'm good
and so for you to go like I conquered this industry now watch me over here and do it again Because whether or not you know like there's something so powerful and I even think for your daughters to watch you like go again and be Let you know why you thought that was a fluke. What watch this watch? Clayton loudly so freakin inside of it it will, Thank you again, but it was a pretty therefore like heart, like a big black. Oh yeah yeah. It's time to get back to the point it wasn't instead of corridors. I looked eagerly such a moment because I voted in favour of starting out by one year A whole lot about trying to explain to people show people that people believe that I had a debate that I did like I could do it had pigeon help me? I can't it's slightly
maybe outspoken, extremely girl in her that didn't really have senior management written on her that I could do it I'd. Inside now I had designed experience with carbon. Equity people food, certain time a lot of money. I business said they had control of it started to doubt We decision, obeyed and bade me down on me. I wasn't good enough, like I would like it before they find me. I gotta find coincide there will be out of the sea. I role because I just didn't think I had wanted to take the business too. Next level at that we got a higher Stasi. I now is strong, as I am that stuff, the aid away by you. I am saying that you go all they do. Is that you know it's, so it takes them
the inner strength to be able to dig deeper, go, I'm not gonna buying your concept of May and stay the steady with what they down you He always felt because you wouldn't it complex. She I cited events to sunlight what what point in time did you go from? carpeting, my business. I wanted to get to the point. And he built it from scratch to the big check you me useless, yeah, it did so I put it down to a pallet thing in that situation. You know, I don't know about you that I am not additionally educated. You know I didn't go to add Ivy League school, I dropped out of university. I didn't I am the I would you do people who have that paid. Agree that background. I think people
me, don't compete. Lot of the time he added is put out in the box of you don't know what you're doing, and I think really more about their insecurities than the other way around that here and now you do have to dig They do not let it truly dragged down, I think, phenomenon that you are building something new and beautiful, and I can't wait to see like how You channel that again because the ban, something you ve used before, and I always think they give you a study, a lot of like boxers or sports stars or whatever, and everyone has a lead. Like everyone, has a button that they can push the highest performers the highest achievers have something that is what got to that place, and if what got you too, that place before was those p, old, doubting what you are capable of it feels like you know, that fuel so creed
What is the next thing that you an idea which is so rad exactly that, those five taught I'll be thanking them sufficiently be all over again in. I love that low that Reagan. Thank you so much for all of them. I'm for sharing your story to so helpful, far listeners who are building their own, love that Reagan. Thank you. So much for all of the information for the wisdom for sharing your story to so helpful, far listeners who are building their own things to hear about another woman who has gone ahead. If people want to learn more about you, I work in a hang out with you on social or online get Reagan. Why a giant? There only seems to be one of make good. I have a pretty. You live right boy, joint, common instagram I might add that I thank you very
for having me on and letting me share some of my story with you listed in paragraph eleven that all yours, sixty five on the fact that show us. Thank you regulate super proceed. That. Ladies and gentlemen, did I mention I have a book coming out: here's the thing it's called get out of your own way: a skeptics guide to growth in fulfillment and we're in the pre sell window of windows. I am super excited about having written a book for both men and women about twenty lies that I once believe that were keeping me in my own way, written this from the perspective of someone that
Totally different from Rachel Hollis, even if the format is somewhat similar to grow wash your face, I wrote it from the perspective of someone who's been skeptical of tools like this book or even the pot Castro listening to for ever and ever its through. That lends that I'm talking about the ways that I was getting in my own way and I think in uncovering the truth behind those lies, and not only did it, help me get out of my own way to help you get out of Europe. There are two ways I want to say thank you for preparing this book. I've created in the course of course, yes and e course, a sixty minutes each course called finding your. Why it's a fantastic resource, it's available, absolutely or free right now for having pure the book and if you go to get out of your own way, the book that calm right now and follow the problems. Not only we get Icarus, you can hear the first thirty minutes of the book again
get out of your own way comes out March. Tenth, I'm super super excited about it, get out of your own way. The book dot com hit that link follow the problems, and I appreciate your support.
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