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Gabriella Melrose says that networking is the key to Success

Over 9 years living in London Gabriella has been working in many industries and right now is building a career as a life coach. In her social media you can see reviews of the rarest supercars, acting roles in films, fitness competitions, music videos and modelling for magazine covers. She also was organising events at most exclusive venues in central London. When she was 20 years old, she decided to move from her hometown in Lithuania to the United Kingdom without knowing anyone or having any friends.

When asked how she built such a wonderful career, the young woman answered: In London it is all about networking. When I came to live in the big city, I knew only my mother’s friend. I had to sleep on a mattress and sell alcohol shots in a nightclub. But I had a dream to become an actor. I studied acting part time and went to many networking events where I met great people who helped me to step up in my career. I was also modelling and participated in bikini fitness competitions at the same time. After a while, I decided to try my luck in other industries so got involved in event organising. I must say that many of the things that I have done are through connections I have made along the way. I was very stubborn and focused on my goals, but I have also learned so many important lessons from other people who were on top of the game and was given many opportunities. London is a city of networking. Every single day there are several events happening where anyone can go. I strongly suggest that for young entrepreneurs.

Gabriella believes that networking can bring any business or career to another level as people create new business ideas together and make strategies to earn income both ways. Also, learning from other people’s experience can be a very positive thing when it comes to building a successful career.

Now, Gabriella is coaching people online. She helps others to create a positive mindset, set goals, overcome fears and maintain a healthy lifestyle. She released her first female empowerment book in native language earlier this month.

“I have decided to live in London only part time. I am getting older, and I want to spend more time with my family and travel the world. All my work right now is remote so I can be wherever I want. But even now, I try to make business connections with people over social media. I am tired of the fast life and the big city. But for anyone who is young I can assure you, that is the place to be.” Says Gabriella

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