Think about what you want to do and if it feels RIGHT, do it!
Plan your work and work your plan.
Set aside time each morning to pray, read scriptures, seek inspiration. Then plan your day with the Important things first.
If you feel prompted to call a friend, call them. See how they are doing.
Your phone call may be just what they needed.
They may not need product right then, but when they do, they will think of you.
Building relationships and serving others is the BEST part about being a Stampin Up demonstrator. After all, a card is just a hug with a fold in the middle.
Put family and God first and everything else will fit into place.
Talk to your family about helping you with your stampin up business.
Plan to work one 3 hour block a week to do a workshop.
Plan once a month to do a stamp camp for your customers.
Plan a once a month stamp a stack. Have them make 4 cards each 3 to keep and one to donate to a charity.
get a Demonstrator Business Web Site!!!!
So customers can order even in the middle of the night.
Thank God for all of our blessings
Never give up! Slow and steady wins the race
The reason I started holding pre-convention events 9 years ago was to help my team get ideas they can use all year long.
When you leave from the week of fun you should have 8 stamp camp ideas to teach your customers. Teach one a month for 8 months.
You will have a Reunion Party and the Welcome party project as well.Charge $10 to have your customers attend with placing any size order. If they don't plan to order charge them $15 for the class. If you teach one a month you will have the next 10 months of your calendar planned!
You will also go home knowing how to create 10 more shoe box swap projects
Get together with other demonstrators in your area and hold a shoe box swap
they are so much fun!
You should go home with 80 card fronts, show 4 cards fronts each week at your stamp a stack. Pick just one of the 4 to make. Cut for 4X's as many people as you plan to have at the event. charge $8 with an order or $12 without. To save on time cutting, have one of your customers help you prepare and give that customer the event for free.
You should go how with a bunch of WOW ideas to show at workshops!
Let them try the ideas that are easy to do or make a quick and easy make-n-take at your workshop.
You want new potential customers to feel successful right from the start.
if you need more ideas that work, go join the late night stampers group on stampin connection and join in on