Why is your business the best.........Inquiring minds wnat to know
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Amanda - posted on 01/04/2010
I work from home with Motivated Moms. Here is a list of things to look for in a home business:
1. Good Track Record
- company at least 5 years old
- Motivated Moms is partnered with a wellness company that has a 24 year proven track record of success
2. Financially Sound
- a company that pays their bills on time
- manufactures their own products
- our company is debt free- so financially sound
3. Strong Management Team
- a team with true business experience and knowledge
- the founder of our company has true business training, education and experience
- you don't want the management team to BE invovled in the business or have control of the downlines
4. Unique consumable products by all
- Other companies have juices, vitamins, cosmetics, weight loss products and yes they are unique and yes they are consumable - but NOT EVERYONE uses them
- we have products that EVERYONE uses everyday
5. Competitively Priced
- HAVE to have good price to get customers and keep customers
- when you look at ourcost-per-use price we SAVE people money AND they are better, safer, healthier products
6. High Re-Order Rate
- Products that people NEEDED every month
- our company has a 95% re-order rate. 95% of our customers who shopped last month will shop again this month.
- Guarantees residual income
7. Low Personal Production Requirement
- if your friends & family can't do it, it's not worth doing
- what do you have to do every month to receive a check or stay active
- juice company: $160/month for 4 bottles of juice, Can your mother do that?
8. Low Entry Free
- other companies had $1200, $2000 entry fees to come in THE RIGHT way to each business
- The RIGHT way is actually being able to use all the products and have knowledge
How many people do you know can spend $1200-$2500 to start a business the right way?
- to start a business the right way with us is actually very affordable and completely refundable
9. Low Attrition
- Attrition is the amount of people who quit
- many other companies have 90% attrition rate
our company has 5% attrition rate. VERY low.
- yes some people out there have 10,000 customers in their business but HOW MANY order every single month?
- with our company 95% of customers shop every month
- Many people haven't even heard of our company before and they've been around for 25 years!
- Monavie is only about 6 years old and MANY people I know have heard of Monavie. Because people have been lied to, people bought a bunch of inventory, it's in their house, garage and can't get rid of it and they lost money.
- With us there IS NO Inventory or money to lose. Only MONEY TO MAKE.
11. No Breakaways
- You enroll someone and they make more money than you - that's called a breakaway and you don't make anymore money on them.
- our company does not have breakaways - we actually get cash bonuses for helping others build their business
- You don't have to stuff another leg in your business to make sure to keep up with someone in another leg
12. NO RISK
money back guarantee on everything
no money to waste on inventory
no money to lose
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Monique - posted on 07/13/2011
two words- Residual Income! How many times you done something one time and got paid for life for it? with pampered chef you sold say a cooking board one time to one person did you get paid over and over for as long as that person kept the cooking board? if not take a look at this short video http://jamesandmonique.buildlastingsucce...
Monique - posted on 07/13/2011
I am an independent associate for Prepaid Legal Services Inc a company that has been around since 1972 went public on the NYSE in 1976 and just got bought by a huge wall street firm- MidOcean Partners for 650 million June 30, 2011, the company is about to get commercials ect towards the branding up until now the company did 500+million per year with no advertising just word of mouth now with the new owners it is about to explode! It is something everyone needs, everyone can afford, but not everyone has! Only 1.5 million people currently have it so about 3% of Americans as opposed to 80% in Europe. you can listen to a brief overview about 8 minutes at 800-394-6919 and if you would like more information please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org I would love to share with you how this company has changed my life!
April - posted on 11/29/2010
You posted this some time ago and wanted to check in. Have you found what you are looking for? There is a pinned thread at the top of this community called Great Info For Those Starting Out that will be able to lead you in the right direction. You need to figure out if you are looking for a "job" that you can do from home or if you are wanting to start a business of your own. There is no right or wrong answer, it's strictly personal preference. I talk about the differences in the aforementioned pinned thread. I am a Personal Wellness Coach and Business Mentor. If you are still looking I am happy to help you brainstorm on what would be a good fit for you. Good luck to you and let us know how you are doing.
Minnie - posted on 10/24/2010
Party plans are fun but I found that they are a lot of work and very time consuming. Besides when the sale is over, you are unemployed again until the next sale. After I got out of direct sales in 1998, I was kind of burned out. I had worked for a direct sales company for 4 years, during that 4 year period, I had 250 consultants and my group sale were in the top 10% for the nation. Unfortunately, the business that I was building for a life time, sent me a letter telling me I was on probation after the birth of my 7th child, when I wasn't out there actively selling for them. The $2000+/mo checks stopped immediately. Granted I had an option, I could go out and sell, recruit and rebuild. I chose to walk. Whatever happened to the residual income? After that experience I was pretty turned off to multilevel companies.
9 years ago, I found a company with true residual income that wasn't multilevel and I didn't have to sell anything. I love to talk but I hate sales. I got to experience residual income because after I started, I found out I was pregnant with my 9th child. The little work I did in the first couple months paid me month after month for the next year. It wasn't a large amount, but it was residual. Over the next 8 years, I did a little more here and there, and the checks grew slowly. In May of 2009, I made the commitment to do my business on a more consistent basis. At that time I had received a check for 80 consecutive months with very little effort and my cumulative earnings were almost $16K, not a lot but nothing to sneeze at, especially since I had only invested maybe 1440 hours, the equivalent of maybe 6 months of work over the past 8 years. Between May of 2009-May of 2010, my cumulative earnings have grown by 10K/year and it keeps growing. I have received a check for 92 consecutive months and it keeps coming and growing. Where else can a mom working from home with 10 homeschooled kids get a 10K/yr raise. I love that I can do this alongside my other home businesses and with my kids.
My business is the best, because what I built 9 years ago is still paying me today and I can't even put it on autopilot for years and still get a residual income on the work I did in the past. I am not required to sell, inventory or collect any money and best of all, I can do it anywhere...have laptop, will travel. You can do it alongside, what you are already doing, as long as it is not a conflicting business.
It has paid my for my children's college educations. My oldest just graduated with his master's degree in Biology, the 2nd is working on a BS in Engineering and the 3rd his AS in construction. The 4th will be starting in the spring. They have all attended college debt free. It has all been paid through income made through my home businesses.
If what I do interests you and you are OPEN to finding out more information, email me at --2/17/2013 I am on autopilot right now and not receiving emails at this time, but I am still receiving my check every month-TOTALLY residual. I love it!
Marcelle - posted on 05/02/2010
I've a self-employer programmer / analyst. I've been working through the internet for eight years now, and ove it. Marketing is a learning curve, but nothing beats working my own hours. :D
Send a message if an independent contractor / own business sounds like you.
Karen - posted on 01/18/2010
My business is the best because it's mine! I have worked for many direct marketing/MLM groups that I love, but I now manufacture and sell my own line of bath and body products. I have a few distributors who do home parties and are having great success with my handmade, natural, paraben free product. We use essential oils in 99% of our products.
The way to find the best business for you is to choose one in which you have a passion. The highest return is not always the best if you hate the product! You must follow your passion. I did, and have never been happier. I wish you the best of luck in your search. Of course, if your passion is in hand made body care, email me!
I'm a self-employed bookkeeper. I work from home, choose my own hours and make good money. It's easy to find clients. Being naturally organized and a knack for numbers helps. I took a few college level accounting courses and learned Quickbooks. I love having my own business!
Robin - posted on 01/09/2010
I represent Stampin' Up! and I am independent Demonstrator and I love it because, I love the stamps and scrapbooking supplies. I just want know if you like to buy or sell their products so send me a e-mail messagel. We have a deal going on right now for $185.00 for starting price. Its so cool because you get the digital program with your start up kit.
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