I am not talking about a business you created. I am talking about the MLM networking like Scentsy, MK and so on. Did you make enough money to pay your bills or did you find that you spent more on inventory? I have done a few and can honestly say that I maybe could have made some money if there were not so many of the same consultants selling the same things.Answer Question
My husbands income can pay for all our bills but what I earn can pay for most if not all of them as well. I look at my home business as supplement so I put it in saving, help with any "extras" we may want, plus pay bills. I don't have to have inventory so that's never really a problem but I do put money into my business too. I think you have to have a home business that you're really into and can put time in in order to make it work. Avon, Scentsy, Party-lite, Gold Canyon and Mary Kay are all really big around here so it's hard to find a customer base when you have to compete with 50 other people selling the same thing. There isn't anyone else around me that sells what I do so I have the market to myself. Yes there are other candle reps in my area but I have found that the candles I sell seem to be liked more than others, that's helped me as well.
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I personally do not. It's just extra money for me. I earn enough for convention including travel & spending money. That's my vacation. I don't work the business the way I should. However, there are many consultants with my company that do live off of there income. They have worked the business & built their teams. If you'd like more info on Jordan Essentials, just let me know.
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