Are you a Tupperware consultant who has not heard of Mike Dillard yet? Not that long ago, so was I. But now that I know who he is and what he stands for I believe he is what Tupperware needs. OK, maybe not him directly, but what he bases making money on.
You see, Mike was a struggling home business guy who really tried what “they” were telling him to do. But he was tired of cold calling people, of chasing his friends and family, and of being rejected (sound familiar).
Mike was like many a Tupperware consultant, right before they quit. But what he did was revolutionary.
He wrote something called Magnetic Sponsoring (click to get your copy). In it he talks about becoming the hunted instead of the hunter. You see, there are SO many people out there who are actively looking for Tupperware and for home business opportunities and Mike’s premise was that instead of talking to the people who don’t care that you are a Tupperware consultant you should be talking to the people who do.
The light bulb went on. Wouldn’t it be easier if there was a tool that we could use, following all of Tupperware’s rules of course, to get in front of people who actually want Tupperware and who actually want to become a Tupperware consultant? If only this tool existed…
I apologize if my sarcasm is a little thick here, but why are we making our job so hard? We, as Tupperware consultant s already, see the value that there is in the company and the product. My up-line reminded me that less than 0.05% of the population (in North America) is serviced by a Tupperware consultant. People call any old plastic container “Tupperware”. So people know it and people want it.
Did you know that 2,740,000 people Google the word “Tupperware” and that 6,600 people Google “Tupperware consultant”per month?
Don’t believe the numbers? Check out the Google Keyword Tool(type in Tupperware consultant for local searches too) and see for yourself. That’s a lot of people who are actively looking for Tupperware and a Tupperware consultant. And what do people find when they are searching?
They find a corporate site that is anything but user friendly and a bunch of junk by disgruntled past consultants who shouldv’e put as much effort into their business as they do into bashing Tupperware online. I know that there are rules that seem to change more than some people’s underwear when it comes to talking about Tupperware online, but the truth is that Tupperware has only been trying to keep its integrity.
Think of it like this…
Way back when Earl Tupper invented Tupperware and Brownie Wise “invented” the home party, Tupperware became revolutionary. It was a great way to do business after the war, and it’s still a great way to do business to some degree.
I believe in the Tupperware party, I believe that it is best to demonstrate what solutions these wonderful products can provide to people, but I also believe that times have changed.
Tupperware was on top of the world and they just want it to stay that way. The home party changed things, Tupperware changed things. But now things are changing again.
Did you know that people are spending more time on their computers than they are on TV now, and that newspapers are closing up shop all over the world (in print anyway) because their sales are so low? Google, a search engine, has become a verb (something you do, for you non English majors). Society has changed, and Tupperware needs to change too.
So What’s a Tupperware consultant to do?
Change with the times. I believe Tupperware is seeing that things need to be done differently (just look in your back office about what they say is OK to use as a domain name). But my opinion is that they don’t really know how to do that and maintain their integrity as a company. I wish they would show that they really are about empowering the people they bring into the business and believe that we are not going to be anything but honest and sincere.
Maybe this is my naive Canadian way showing here, but the way I see it is that if you want to be a successful Tupperware consultant you can’t go around talking smack about the company or the products. And who’s going to listen to those Negative Nellie’s that do that anyway? Tupperware corporate should realize that they have a strong foundation and that it’s time to put some trust into the people who are representing them.
Is Mike Dillard Really a Tupperware Consultant?
No, well, I don’t think so. But he’d make a great one. He’s honest, he’s revolutionary and he’s got little kids so he’d fit right in with most other Tupperware consultants and he gets results:
- In less than 36 months, he has made over $7,000,000 online and as much as $354,000 in less than 7 days
- His personal websites get more traffic than most Fortune 500 companies
- Over 300,000 entrepreneurs from over 65 countries have subscribed to his Video Boot Camp Newsletter, which he provides for free
What does he really have to do with being a Tupperware consultant? His idea of getting yourself in front of people who are actually looking for what you’ve got will make your job easier. You will be talking to the right crowd. You will be the hunted Tupperware consultant instead of the one who people avoid like the plague.
If you’re tired of talking to people who don’t seem to care and if you’re ready to get in front of those people who are actually looking for what you’ve got, email me: firstname.lastname@example.org I’d love to help you get started today.Was this post helpful? Please leave a comment.
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