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    My 10 mont old LOVES that couscous recipe - absolutely devours if!

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    I just found this thread because I am becoming a consultant and have been searching to make sure that people actually love their Thermomixes. I haven't received mine yet and am going to be working to sell some to pay it off and am super nervous. I'm so glad to see people like it. I will now be reading the whole thread to get inspiration

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ben&Jake&SamanthasMum View Post
    I just found this thread because I am becoming a consultant and have been searching to make sure that people actually love their Thermomixes. I haven't received mine yet and am going to be working to sell some to pay it off and am super nervous. I'm so glad to see people like it. I will now be reading the whole thread to get inspiration
    I was thinking about being a consultant just for something different.....do you actually earn very much??

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummtime101 View Post
    I was thinking about being a consultant just for something different.....do you actually earn very much??
    I think its based on how many machines you sell. So the more you sell the more you get paid. It starts off pretty low so I've been told. My old consultant left because she said the hours you put in to what comm you get wasn't worth it.

    Things could be very different now as im talking when I got my thermo 4 or 5 years ago.

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    The commission starts at $240 I think and then goes up the more you sell. So if you sell 3-5 in a month it goes up to something like $320 a machine. These are close estimates as my paperwork is at home. Honestly, at this point my goal is to just earn the cost of my Thermomix and then take it from there. It does seem like a lot of work but it's the only way I could convince DH to let me spend that much So if there is anybody on the Central Coast that is interested please let know

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    I guess $240 for one nights work isn't to bad....just finding the customers is the difficult part.

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    Had a mass cook up with my two big kids today.
    We made
    Berry roll ups.
    Jam
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    Frozen yoghurt.

    Made a heap of gluten free rolls for the freezer last week too which DD1 is actually eating!
    Honestly could not live without my thermomix.

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    I looked into becoming a consultant as I kept getting encouraged by friends and family to do it but I thought for the effort it wasnt that great especially as I already have a thermy so I would have had to use mine plus then all the food prep you have to do out of your own pocket and fuel and wear and tear on your car. Just doesn't seem worth it which is a shame as its something I would have absolutely loved doing.

    Also you need to pay a few hundred bucks just to start up and that's the price if you already own a thermy!

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    Yeah I think it will be a PITA. I need to sell 6 in 60 days and that will pay for mine as well as get me a free 2nd jug so if I can pull that off I'll be happy. Anything after that will be a bonus. I am not a salesperson at all but I think they pretty much sell themselves. But yeah, getting the people to have the demos is the hard part because I am so not into selling or being pushy at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    Had a mass cook up with my two big kids today.
    We made
    Berry roll ups.
    Jam
    Scones
    Yo-Yos
    Frozen yoghurt.

    Made a heap of gluten free rolls for the freezer last week too which DD1 is actually eating!
    Honestly could not live without my thermomix.
    Can I ask what recipe you use for gluten free rolls? I have been looking for one for a while.


 

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