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I've been doing P C for close to two years now and have never had a nonshow month, came close a few times but managed to have at least one show. Now that I've been in it for close to two years my client base is built up and am now averaging at least two to three shows a month. This October I have 3 booked with a few I'm trying to line up as Relay for Life Fundraisers. There are people always out there looking for fundraising ideas rigfht? Pampered Chef is a great way especially since P C contributes to Relay for Life and the American Cancer Society.
If you need any tips or have any questions, feel free to ask me.
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"If ya need Pampered Chef; I'm your Huckleberry."
Hi all :) So I've been on spark for years (same weight, I just lacked motivation) but now I'm doin something about it! I've decided to quit all the other teams I was on and actually focus on just 1 or 2 and actually be a part of it. Gotta figure out where I went wrong before.
The last week or so I've been thinking about being an independent consultant for something, I was on the verge of doing Park Lane Jewelry, but I'm not very girly, so why not go for something food related? Adds a lil fire behind it :) So yesterday I went all over the internet looking for pros/cons of being a PC Consultant. Not much cons gotta say. I'm still iffy, but I don't trust just any random consultant the site would give me. So, thought I'd search throughout my friends AND sp! Are there cons in reality? I know it will be hard work. My main problem is pressuring people to have shows and to purchase the product. Anyhow. So my name is Sharon. Hi folks! PS I live in northern IL in Aurora (ANYone in this area message me, I desperately need a workout buddy, hubs doesn't like to move!)
Hey Kamper1. First of all the Pampered Chef certainly sells itself. If you are wanting to learn more ask the director if you can tag along to one of her cooking shows. That will give you an idea of the time and knowledge that is needed to be a consultant. The beginner kit does give you everything that you need to learn the products and how to do a show. Once you purchase your first products and start using them everything else will become natural.
Have a Pampered Day:)
I was introduced to Pampered Chef about a week ago. My husband brought home a catalog. I never heard of the company before but absolutely fell in love with the products and the concept of becoming a consultant.
I meet with the local director this week - she was very supportive and inspiring. I am still mulling things over but am really leaning towards starting my own PC business.
I think the one thing that is holding me back is that since I am so new to PC I don't have any knowledge of the products yet. I think for me to be successful I have to believe in the products so I can pass my love for them on to others! I'm also a little with the idea of doing a show.....it's not that I don't want to just a little nervous.
So . . . . any thoughts, tips, suggestions would be appreciated!