I feel like I have reached a crossroads in my Tupperware business. When I first started selling it, back in 2008, I really didn't have any expectations of what I would do with the business, but as I got more involved with it, I became more successful. Then, as time went on, life got a little busy, and Tupperware took a back burner.
I feel like I have so many things going on in my life that I don't have the time to commit to fully "work" the business. I know what it takes to be successful in this business. I have been to many training classes and sales meetings. I am very lucky to be part of a wonderful Organization that has top leaders who are very talented and have taught me many things.
I have thought about quitting all together, but the more I think about it, the more I realize that I would love nothing more than to "restart" my Tupperware business and be very successful. I wish that there were more hours in the week, so that I could have parties and share the products that I love and believe in with everyone. With my work schedule lately, I never really know what time I'm going to be leaving work, so it makes it hard to plan ahead and schedule parties...
I think that I have decided that I don't want to completely stop. I have several customers who place orders from time to time... but I really need to build my customer base. Maybe if I can schedule some weekend parties I can get back into the swing of things. I really do love the company... and extra money would be most helpful. So maybe, just continuing on for a few more months as I have been, and maintaining my active status will give me a little time to get things straightened out until I can devote more time to it.
(Shameless plug: If you'd like to purchase some Tupperware, my website is www.crystaldunn.com)