As more and more people choose direct selling careers, it’s estimated that employment within direct sales is expected to continue growing at a solid pace.
As the direct selling market continues to grow, so too will the number of people getting into the profession.
What makes Usborne Books & More an attractive profession for some? Here are seven things book ladies love about their job.
1. You get to be your own boss
Most book ladies work as independent contractors or consultants. They get to set their own hours and decide for themselves how to manage their time and priorities. You can work from home, set your own goals, and reap the rewards of your successes. You are your own boss, which is a big factor in why people get into it.
Of course you have to put in the time, but as you get repeat clients and build a team, it’s very flexible.
2. Choosing a career as Usborne consultant can be a quick process compared to other careers
If you’re looking to switch careers, becoming a book lady or guy is a less time-consuming process than, for example, becoming a realtor. This doesn’t mean that it’s an easy choice, but simply that it’s an accessible educational opportunities people of varied backgrounds can use to their advantage. For many people, becoming an independent consultant professional can be a reality while still demanding and rewarding goal.
People do it because it’s easy to get in. And the flexibility and cost is affordable.
3. There’s earning potential at Usborne
You’re not limited to how much you can earn hourly, or even to a particular salary group. Your not limited to how you do business and bring these wonderful books to children. Since your career is essentially your business, your main limitations are how well you can start and grow your business. It can be very lucrative. I think that’s why a lot of educators and moms get into it. They think they’ll make all this money overnight and then they realize it’s a lot of hard work.
Even though it’s hard work, those willing to put in the work and put customers first can see success in this business. If you get into it for the money, you’re getting into it for the wrong reason. Don’t worry about the money you’re going to make; worry about the customer-the children and families you are going to help. If you care about your customers’ needs, you’ll always make a sale. Help people get what they want and what they dream. Then you’ll be successful. And that goes for any career.
4. Book ladies and guys help people during major milestones
Many book consultants gain great satisfaction in knowing they helped children and families through major times in their lives. From a new reader struggling to read their to families starting their home library or a reluctant reader finding a love of reading, book consultants get to help children and their families through each learning stage in their lives and truly be part of a community. When you’re a book consultant you sometimes become part counselor, part life coach, and part mentor. That can be very rewarding for book consultants who have a passion for giving back.
When you’re dealing with promoting literacy, there’s a different emotion. Some book consultants thrive as education service representatives over home parties because of this emotion. Some people love it is because you’re helping find the right books that will inspire a love of reading and learning in a child.
5. The education industry is always changing
People who get bored in an office doing the same thing every day will not have that problem as education consultant. If you like change, new trends, and adapting to different markets, being a book lady or guy will offer the versatility in a work environment that you crave. You also get to deal with many different personality types. For some people, this can be an incredibly exciting part of the job.
Some people love to socialize. You meet a lot of people and you meet a ton of different personalities.
6. You’re an expert on literacy and books
After you spend time learning how to become an education consultant and then hone your skills, you’ll find that you genuinely become knowledgeable and good at what you do. Customers look to you for advice on books and education, and you’ll know what to tell them. Book ladies take great pride in being literacy experts, and subsequently, teachers.
7. Usborne Books & More gives you incentives for working hard
People who want to make a living have to work super hard, but it’s a rewarding kind of hard work. You can work as hard as you want, it does allow you to work as hard as you want. If you’re working for someone else, you’re not going to get the gratification because you’re doing it for someone else.
What would an extra $2,000 mean to your family by Christmas? How about $4,000? The best thing? There’s no LIMIT! You can make MORE than this! It’s all up to you and your schedule! Best thing is it’s affordable and cost effective! And you get some new great books for your children.
In your first 12 weeks with Usborne you get the chance to earn some amazingly awesome rewards!
How amazing would it be to join now and get the whole FALL selling season to earn the rewards! This time of year is by FAR our busiest!
Joining today may change your life…
Worst case scenario…
You get a box of books for your family?
Best case? This company changes your life for ever!