Well, I said in my last blog that I would talk about the two international companies that I represent. But first of all, I suppose I should clarify why I’m doing that, and not just “doing my own thing.” I discovered I could make a better success of business if I ran someone else’s wheel, as opposed to inventing the wheel myself. With these two companies, at least I have the benefit of their product lines, their expertise, and a fantastic upline manager in both instances.
I’ll start with the first business I joined, which is Avon. You know, the cosmetics people: the “Avon Lady.” Originally I thought I was way too talented to be an Avon lady (big headed thing that I am). How wrong I was! I knew I liked makeup and anything to do with looking good, so it seemed like a reasonable choice. Thanks to a tremendously supportive manager, I’ve discovered that not only do I enjoy doing it, you can make good money with Avon if you get into recruiting your own team. Very, very good money!
Almost at the same time as I joined Avon, I was introduced to a second company, Forever Living Products. These are aloe vera based products, which are beneficial for the body, especially the skin, the gut, and the joints. So, it’s a health and nutrition based line, which means it has a more “serious” focus. Once again, if you’re successful, you can make very, very good money with Forever. And, thanks to having a fantastic (and patient!) upline manager, I’ve discovered another route that seems to suit me.
Since joining these two, I’ve discovered that you’re not supposed be involved with two such companies at the same time. Really, you should focus on one or the other in order to make them really fly. But I didn’t know that at the time, so I now have the two of them, like demanding twins. The bad part is that both enterprises are in their infancy at the same time. The good part may turn out to be that they mature at the same time, and I enjoy the lap of luxury. Same two words I used to end my last blog: I wish!