I recently found myself in a Facebook group about budgeting for the stay at home mom. The group heavily emphasizes the importance of paying off debt and having control over your money and your budget, and within the group, there was much conversation about how to bring in extra cash and pay it off.
Most people talked about picking up extra jobs as wait staff, receptionists or temp workers, but every once in a while someone brought up direct sales.
To me, it’s fascinating to see how eager people are to bash this industry.
Just like anything in life, if you put in effort and work toward a goal, you’ll see success. Along the same lines, if you slack off and don’t try, you won’t. Yes – if you join a direct sales company and sit in your house hoping that somebody will call you and give you their business, it’s probably not going to happen.
But if you’re responsible and treat WineShop at Home like a business, it is a powerful tool you can use to pay off debt.
Make Money the Most Fun Way Possible…
Sure, there are all sorts of ways to make money. You can sell your stuff on eBay or Etsy (and oh my gosh, you have to be a photography and packaging genius to sell things on Etsy these days!). Or you can get a minimum wage job at a local retail shop, or become a waiter, bartender, restaurant manager… you name is. But at some point, don’t you run out of things to sell? And don’t you start to resent trading hours for money?
It is so much easier to sell wine, make friends and learn valuable new skills that you can use in many areas of your life!
WineShop at Home gives you everything you need for success. All the tools, the products and the training you could possibly need is literally available at your fingertips. All it takes is a little gumption and pretty soon you’ll see checks coming in that you can put directly toward paying off debt. Pretty great if you ask me!
And look, some consultants I meet have a great full time job that they love. They’re making enough money to last the month, but they don’t have enough to pay down debt and save for college – that’s where WineShop at Home comes in: they work an extra night or two per week and make some extra cash to put toward their credit cards (or love of shoes). It makes so much sense!
…But Always Treat it Like a Business
To be honest, no one’s going to beat down your door and beg you to let them host a tasting. It’s just not going to happen! You have to put work and effort into making your business a success, just like you would have to put some effort into making money any other way.
But when you do, more than any other business I’ve ever encountered, you can make money relatively quickly and reap many other rewards. Overhead is low, and if you are smart, you can pay off debt in a steady, effective manner.
You can absolutely pay off your debt using WineShop at Home. Want to talk more about what that might look like? Let’s chat! Click HERE to hit me up.