Very nice Teenie!
I'm thinking about joining but was just wondering if you have to have parties to become a consultant or can I just offer catalogues to people and be a consultant that way? (If that makes sense! )
Although- you can become a 'hobbyist' and so don't have to hold parties or pay for the website; you can just be a consultant for your own benefit (mainly the 30% off).
Have you had your own party?
(Also another thought- plenty of consultants do online parties only, and don't go to people's homes. The shame there is that you miss out on 'having a go' at applying them with your prospective clients, but the party I held was online and by a little bit of research myself, I figured out how to apply them just fine!)
Thanks Nomsie :-)
We live in a fairly small town so there isn't a lot of potential with parties. I'm interested in the wraps for my own personal use and am considering becoming a consultant mostly for the discount, but I also thought that as we don't have a consultant in our town (that I'm aware of) that i may be able to supplement the cost for me to buy some of the wraps, lol.
Does the pvr have a conversion rate into $?
You can certainly just do catalogues or online. I offer all options myself.
600PRV is roughly $876. The discount is good, but I pay full price for my items (although I've barely paid for any myself thanks to my rewards) so earn the PRV and then I get the commission on the Friday (which is the same as what you'd get discounted anyway).
Thanks heaps for all the info! :-)
Oh that's a clever way of doing it! I'd order a bit throughout the year so it'd be good if that'd count towards the pvr. I'm not opposed to doing the parties I just don't want to push them. Plus it'd probably be a bit rude of me to ask people to hold a party as I haven't often gone to other people parties when invited, lol.
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