Corporate jobs are great with the steady and secure income but the work is mundane, stressful, and you have to complete tasks requested by a "boss" (sometimes MORE THAN ONE) all day long. With Tupperware, I have regained control of my life, my time, and most importantly, my sanity.
At the end of this year I have made the decision to no longer work for someone else and quit working full time in an office. I will now be working for myself. I still have to set my office hours and schedule but now, the person running the show is ME!
I get to pick when and how hard I want to work which directly equates to how much money I will earn each week. See, when you work for someone else at a flat rate, they could dump a roll off of work on you and you still make the same amount of money.
When you work for yourself with Tupperware, the harder you work means you earn more money. Some people may disagree with that statement but it is all in the training and coaching. It's all about the grooming.
I have finally made the commitment to myself and my team and "checked the box" to become a Director with Tupperware. In March this year I had a nice talk with our Business Leader and I set this goal for myself. It took a few months to get the ball rolling and after attending my very first Jubilee in Orlando this past August, the fire was lit. Next step was to create a plan of action. My team, my upline, my business leader, and other consultants all over the US were extremely supportive and I could not have picked a better company to choose to work for.
In January of this year I was dabbling in Doterra, Thirty One, Nomades, Tupperware, doing Notary work, teaching free Coupon classes to the community, AND doing reviews for Amazon suppliers. I was spread pretty thin and not excelling in any one of those businesses. In March of this year I let go of everything except Tupperware and chose to point my focus in just one direction. It was the best decision I ever made.
At the time I was only 6 months into my new full time job. I left my prior job after 8 years to work closer to home. I took a pay cut to do so and Tupperware was able to fill that gap. It was then that our Business Leaders moved here and paved the way to help build our organization here in Hawaii. The training they provided us, the guidance, and the support made a tremendous difference in my business and my team growth.
I had set a goal back then to be able to quit my job and work from HOME because I could not stand the traffic here in Hawaii anymore and I wanted to have more control over my time. At the time I thought it would be IMPOSSIBLE. Who does that?? Stay at home moms? I mean, who actually makes a real business out of selling Tupperware? Well, in the months that have passed, my eyes were open and here I am today.
Tupperware is not about selling plastic bowls. The product and company has been around for nearly 70 years. The name and brand sells itself. What I sell is techniques on how working moms (like me, currently) who never have time to cook, to put a meal on the table in about 30 minutes without having to babysit the stove. I sell ways that people can save money by storing food properly (especially produce! Strawberries here are $6 a basket!). I sell methods of incorporating your kids into the kitchen to teach them how to cook and spend time off of those gadgets and with mom and dad.
No one has time to sit down and have a meal anymore. I hope to be able to bring that back, one family at a time.
Next stop, DIRECTORSHIP AND THAT FREE CAR!!!