OK! So, you’re thinking about becoming an Independent Consultant for a direct sales company and you’re not sure which one just yet (there’s so many out there). Some people just jump into a direct sales company and that’s ok, if it works for them. But maybe you would like to try something new. I have a few tips that will help you determine if you would like to be apart of that company.
Become a loyal customer to that business!
I know. I know. If you buy the kit then you save so much money. But eventually there’s a quota that you’ll have to make to keep that discount going. When you’re a loyal customer, there’s no pressure to meet any quotas. You’ll have the opportunity to critique the product you purchased and see if it is something you can stand behind. You’ll also be able to determine if your consultant is the person you will want to be “under”.
Purchase from other businesses that are of interests!
You can better gage if you’re really wanting to join a company, check out a few of them. That way you can see which business sparks interests and excitement. See which businesses are easier to sell, recruit, and have parties for.
Have a party!
You’ll be able to see how your friends react to a company, products, and prices just by hosting a party. Because you’re not a consultant for that company, you’ll be able to hear your friends and family’s honest reaction. This will allow you to see if it is something that they will purchase continually.
You shouldn’t do anything without researching it first. See how long the company has been in business for. What kind of policies and procedures do they have? What are the rules? The compensation plan? Make sure you agree with what the company stands for.
Ask other customers how they like the company and the products. Ask them what made them customers and what’s keeping them loyal. Don’t be afraid to ask questions. Starting your own business is scary and a big step. It’s easy to brand yourself, but harder to rebrand (sometimes).
Ask a consultant!
Ask a consultant the tough questions. “What was your biggest check?” “How oftend do you work?” “How hard do you work?” “How easy is it to book parties?””What don’t they like about the company?” Bring out the toughest questions and ask that they be honest.
I hope those tips help you pick a business to join. Please consider joining my team as a Perfectly Posh Independent Consultant. I would love to have you and help you achieve your success! Visit my website for more information!! http://www.perfectlyposh.us/celeste