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Sponsored by Chloe + Isabel
The perfect solution for busy moms on-the-go, the Chloe + Isabel Merchandiser opportunity allows you to work from home, for as little or as much time as you want, all according to your own flexible schedule! Designed from their NYC studio, their handcrafted jewelry is sold exclusively through a nationwide network of merchandisers, forming a supportive, tight-knit community.
Through Chloe + Isabel’s mission to empower today’s modern women, they provide all of the training, tools, and support you need to run a successful fashion jewelry business. You’ll learn resume-boosting skills, ranging from social media marketing to personal styling, all while earning extra income and living out your dream of being your own boss.
Fun, flexible and full of perks
- Earn 25-40% cash commission selling c+i’s high-quality pieces in-person and online
- Enjoy an exclusive 30-50% off discount at all times
- Receive FREE jewelry credits with each sale, plus best-in-the-business sales incentives (more free jewelry!)
- Rest assured, they handle all inventory and orders are shipped directly from c+i to your customers
For only $175, you’re set up for success right away! (more…)
Posted in Direct Sales
We’re excited to partner with the direct sales company, La Señorita Jolie for this fabulous giveaway and discounted home business opportunity package!
La Señorita Jolie, in other words, “A Beautiful Girl” is all about providing a flexible business opportunity for chic women nationwide! La Señorita Jolie is known for casual style that is elegant and affordable. We are looking for more women who love our style to join us as Stylists! We have styles ranging from size XS – 4XL.
Approximately 90% of our clothing is made in the USA.
We are giving away two of our most popular styles. The “Isadora” necklace, retail value is $44 (stainless steel, waterproof, rustproof and hypoallergenic with Swarovski crystals) and the “Abigail” Top, value is $49 (Made in the USA), sized S-L available in Black or Peach.
A La Señorita Jolie “Stylist” earns 20% – 30% commission on their personal sales volume from their own trunk shows and hostess shows and can earn much more through team building. An investment in sample costs is minimal: $129 – $299.
Through June 30th we’re offering readers of The Work at Home Woman a special 25% discount on any of our kits when they join in the month of June. Contact us to receive a code or more information on becoming a “Stylist”: CustomerService@LaSenoritaJolie.com. (more…)
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Ros Guerrero is no stranger when it comes to eyewear. As the inventor of Ficklets, the original eyewear charms for kids eyeglasses, it’s no surprise her creative style and inventiveness have yielded a strong demand in the eyewear fashion industry.
Here’s how it all got started and how she can help you reframe your career.
Tell us a little bit about your direct sales company, GEMM, and how it got started.
Launched in February 2016, GEMM is a women’s facial fashion™ and jewelry brand. The GEMM concept is an evolution of my original idea I patented eight years ago called Ficklets, an idea that was inspired by my daughter with special needs who wears eyeglasses. Ficklets are interchangeable charms that attach to most kid’s eyeglasses and were marketed and sold to independently owned optical shops, boutiques (nationally and internationally), and in Walmart Optical US.
Since the conception of Ficklets, my vision (no pun intended) of the company was to expand the product line to include frames and jewelry pieces for versatility, fun, and interest. After all, the original idea was created to make eyeglasses fun. And truth be told, I am my best customer! Like jewelry, I view sunglasses as an accessory and have always had multiple sunglasses to change out depending on outfit, event, or mood. And what better way to amp up your accessory game with a versatile, interchangeable gem that can be worn on both eyewear and jewelry. It’s fresh, modern, and fun! (more…)
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Misty Kearns is an introvert from a small town who started in direct sales 10 years ago for the discount. Then she lost her job. Find out how she was able to replace her corporate income and live the life of her dreams.
Tell us about your entrepreneurial journey.
I started my journey through the direct sales industry in 2006. I started just for the discount and said I would never hold a party or build a business. I was in my mid 20s, shy, introverted and had zero self confidence. While I had experience in retail sales, I never thought direct sales or leadership would be something I would be good at. I loved the product though and was just naturally sharing with friends and family while not trying to work the business.
Three months after saying I would never build a business, I lost my full-time job. I was 25, single and had less than $1,000 in savings. I knew I did not want to go back to the corporate world but wasn’t sure what I was going to do.
I decided to start working my direct sales business more until I figured out what I wanted to do. I had nothing to lose, so I dove into the business. I quickly realized how many opportunities there are in direct sales, not just for income, but to gain support, confidence, friendships, having a flexible schedule and so many of the things I wanted in a career.
I promoted up each month, and within less than six months, I was able to replace my previous full-time income. I never considered another “job” again and have been enjoying the CEO of Me lifestyle for 10 years now. (more…)
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By Deb Bixler
If you are not getting the results you want in your direct selling business, don’t quit. Just find some new systems.
People never fail; only systems fail. I was recently asked what I meant by that and what is a system for your home party plan business?
The most effective home business success strategy is to do what other successful businesses do. All successful businesses are founded on systems. Some systems work better than others. You may have a system of host coaching, for example, that is not effective. If you are getting a lot of show cancellations or poor show attendance, possibly you need a new host coaching system.
In the manufacturing world, the system of the assembly line has been incorporated into almost every factory operation, starting with the auto industry. Today, tomato soup, couches, clothing, and even your Big Mac are created using the assembly line system. The system of making cars prior to Henry Ford did not work well.
Many people think that Henry Ford invented the car, but really he only invented the system that made the car affordable. Before that, the system to make cars was one at a time, slowly, and very cost prohibitive. Instead of quitting like most manufacturers of his time did, Henry Ford found a new system.
It is not uncommon for home business owners to get discouraged and quit. Frequently, they feel as though they failed. (more…)
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