What kind of business, or work do you do at home that helps with the family's finances and you enjoy doing and you actually get customers or buyers a lot? What amount of work and time do you need to put in to get descent results? How do you work on your business to keep customers or orders coming?
Answer by uniquemom30 at 10:29 PM on Sep. 26, 2010
I have my own Mary Kay business. When I first started, my director asked me to set a goal. I said anything would help, even $500 a month! I was shocked when I hit the $600 mark within two weeks! I didn't have to put in a ton of work, just a couple of hours a day, and I am having a BLAST! With Mary Kay, you earn 50% on everything you sell! (Suggested retail prices.)
With all the education available, you can start earning money within days of receiving your Starter Kit. And you’re in control of how much money you make. If you just want extra money to pay some bills you can. If you want more for vacations etc., it’s very achievable. Just think how the money can add up when you’re earning 50% on everything you sell! It’s one of the highest income earning percentages in the industry! Get in touch with me to learn more!!
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Answer by alyssamal at 1:18 PM on Sep. 27, 2010
Greatest business: 'Helping mommies find work at home and never asking for a dime.
I have made some loyal friends doing that, and I may not be rich, but my loyal friends are priceless. some will go wherever I go cause they can trust me, annd some will buy whatever I have because they support me in anything.
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