Don’t think it’s that hard?
Have you ever heard statements like:
- I haven’t seen Tupperware in years
- I didn’t know who to talk to, so I went to that kiosk in the mall
- I’ve had this old warranty sitting here for years
- I just threw out my old Tupperware
- I didn’t know there was a Tupperware consultant in my area
Unfortunately I’ve heard comments like these all throughout my Tupperware career. I say unfortunately because it’s too bad that Tupperware has such an amazing product, that nearly everyone you talk to has heard of it, yet the way of getting it into consumers hands is not working any more.
An obvious “fix” to this problem is more Tupperware consultants. That is so much easier to say than to implement though, isn’t it.
Every new consultant I talk to has the same struggle. They love Tupperware, the products, the opportunity, the friends they make and the fun they have, BUT…
Tupperware consultant don’t know how to recruit
Every single one of the new consultants I talk to don’t know how to share the benefits they get being a Tupperware consultant with others. They look for words to say, or systems to follow and they can’t find anything that works for them so they quit trying. And it doesn’t matter how much their upline encourages and supports, the problem is that they don’t do it.
Tupperware consultant are scared of losing party lines
Another problem that leads to customers not being able to find a Tupperware consultant is that people don’t try and recruit hosts because they worked too hard to get that party line and they don’t want to lose it. It’s often very difficult to get a new party line going, and once you do, most Tupperware consultant don’t want to lose it, and who can blame them?
Lose the party line, lose the income and see your business grind to a stop.
But what if these things didn’t have to happen?
What if a Tupperware consultant could get in front of people who were looking for the product?
Better yet, what if a Tupperware consultant could get the benefits of the Tupperware opportunity across to people easily?
Wouldn’t solving those problems make Tupperware more accessible to customers, and wouldn’t solving those problems actually make your business grow?
There is a way to solve these problems that still follows Tupperware corporates rules.
I am a Tupperware consultant. I have been a Tupperware consultant for 3 years – that is, unfortunately, a long time in this industry. I turned to the internet, looking for a way to make my Tupperware business better, and I have come up with the answer.
It’s time for more Tupperware consultant to get in front of the millions of people who Google Tupperware every month, to get in front of the millions of people who are looking for the opportunity to work from home, to grow their own Tupperware business.
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