Home Based Business
Can I run and manage a home based business? Have you ever asked yourself that question?
All you need is a “Yes I Can” attitude and believe in yourself.
There is work to run and manage a business, but I have three mechanisms you can put into play.
To some people, manage your business means that you need to work 24/7 to make it a working business. You don’t have to work 24/7. Organization, commitment and systems are three necessities to managing a successful business.
The first thing you need to do is determine what you want to achieve in your business. These are you goals. You can have long-term goals and short-term goals. A long term goal is something you want to accomplish in the future. These goals take time and planning to accomplish . You cannot accomplish these goals in a week or two. Write down this long term goal and hang it on the wall of your office.
Once you have decided what you want to achieve in your business, you must decide how you are going to achieve this goals.
Achieve Your Long Term Goal
For example if your long term goal is to take your family on a holiday, you need to decide how much money you will require for this holiday. Then chunk out your path to complete your goals.
Here’s your business opportunity. Join my team and become a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.
Here are some ideas to help you with chunking your goals.if you decide to take the business opportunity that I offer you:
- Hold workshops – contact friends, family, and co-workers that like papercrafting and introduce them to products that are colour coordinated. Workshops are an easy way to touch many people in a short time and introduce them to fun and creativity.
- Hold classes – teach technique classes and show people how they can use the tools to create beautiful cards and scrapbooking pages.
- Develop online classes to reach people that are unable to attend a class. These classes can live on forever if you concentrate on techniques rather than the products themselves.
Now that I have whet your appetite to manage a home based business find out more by contacting me and/or visiting this LINK. On this page you will find information on the value of the starter kit, demonstrator benefits, and a step-by-step guide to becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.
YES, You Can!