What is your ideal job? Take a few minutes and jot down things the ideal job for you would be. I did this and what I came out with was:
Set my own hours for work. I have getting up early and rushing to get to work.
Decide what my idea salary is. In a normal job you have live on a set salary and you have no way to really change this.
Allow me to take a vacation when I want without applying for it months ahead. If you are the last one hired, you have little choice.
A job that allows me to be creative and not doing the same thing day after day.
A job that allows me to meet other people and develop new friendships.
Put all of these things together and then I would have the perfect job. Dream on Alice, Wonderland is around the corner!
Not true! I now have that perfect job as a Stampin'Up Demonstrator. I am an Independent Business Owner. I decide the hours I will work and the hours I will spend with my family.
I decide what income I make each month, or year. I do this by adding more workshops and activities to my calendar. I earn and instant income on my sales and then an over-ride depending on the amount of sales I have for the month. I also earn free materials from my sales which I use in my business so I have very little expenses.
If I want to take off for a long weekend, I can. Also, I free my schedule in advance if I have guest coming in town so I can spend time with them.
I have met other stampers which have become life long friends.
Yes, for me, my job is perfect. The wonderful thing is, you can join Stampin'Up and only work a few hours in your business to give you extra money for those things that put a strain on your budget. It is your business and you made the decisions on what you want to earn. It does take some effort, but it is fun.
Why not join now and earn some extra money for your Christmas expenses. You can join for only $99. For that money you choose $125 of items to start your business. Click on "Join Now" or go to my demonstrator website and contact me for more information. I am here to help you get your business up and running. I have sixteen years of experience.
Happy Stamping, Joyce