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Stella & Dot on The View!

Stella & Dot was mentioned on an April episode of The View — “Bank on the View: How to Get a Job” — as a great way to earn extra money and a means to supplement your income during this economic downturn. According to the show, over 31 million individuals are unemployed at this time. The recession is hitting home for all of us, and everyone is thinking of ways to bring in extra income.

Here is what they said:

Stay-at-Home Mom Jobs
Learn about jobs that will allow women to still remain at home with the kids, but at the same time give them the opportunity to financially contribute to the household.

Tory Johnson, author of Will Work From Home: Earn the Cash Without the Commute and founder of Women For Hire, joined the ladies of The View to discuss stay-at-home mom jobs that will allow women to still remain at home with the kids, but at the same time give them the opportunity to financially contribute to the household income during these trying economic times. Here are just a few paths moms can take:

1. Become a direct sales pro:
Here are the direct-selling companies Tory discussed on-air:

• Cooksey Keepsakes (photography parties) (cookseykeepsakes.com)
• The Happy Gardener (thehappygardener.info)
• Stella and Dot Jewelry (gotstella.com)
• Wine Shop at Home (wineshopathome.com)
• Simply Fun (games for ages 3 & up) (simplyfun.com)

2. Promote your expertise

Soft Skills:
Childcare (Sittercity.com & care.com)
Eldercare (HomeInstead.com & SeniorHelpers.com)
Pet sitting (FetchPetCare.com)

Hard Skills:
Technical (guru.com; elance.com; odesk.com)
Writing (associatedcontent.com and helium.com)
Advice (liveperson.com); other services

With Stella & Dot, bringing in extra income is simple and easy. With average Stylist earnings of around $800 per month, it’s one of the highest paid commissions in the direct sales industry. As seen on The View, an average direct seller earns $2,500 per year… With Stella & Dot, average yearly earnings are nearly $10,000! You can easily earn this amount of supplemental income with Stella & Dot on a part time basis, like Jessica Chatterton, mother of three in Tustin, CA.

Stella & Dot Success Story~
How one mother of three earned $1,600 in her first month, part time!

Stylish, hip, mother-of-three Jessica Chatterton is your average California girl. With her blonde ponytail following her with every move, Jessica is lively, creative and savvy. She fell in love with Stella & Dot jewelry after seeing it online and she wanted to host a party. But after reading further into the company, she fell in love with the business opportunity that Stella & Dot has to offer.

Jessica admits she wanted to “just get her feet wet” with Stella & Dot. The former school teacher introduced her new Stella & Dot business to her friends and family at her launch party, and before she knew it, her friends were begging to get some jewels of their own for free.

Jessica held five trunk shows in her first full month of business — she did four evening parties and one afternoon party at her husband’s work — and raked in over $6,500 in retail sales! She received over $1,000 in free jewelry in new stylist Jump Start Rewards and she earned nearly $200 in business supply credits to spend on materials, such as display items, flyers and catalogs.

She additionally recruited her first team member and will begin to earn residual income, or monthly commissions, on what she sells as Jessica mentors and trains her new team member as she launch her own Stella & Dot business .

So, what did Jessica take home at the end of her first month? She earned just over $1,600 — about $1,200 more than her initial investment — and the opportunity to bring in extra income while still being able to go to her son’s baseball games, lay her infant down for his afternoon naps and pick up her daughter from school.

Contact Jessica by going to www.StellaDot.com/JessChatterton and learn more on becoming a “mom working,” not a “working mom” … where the mom part comes first!

Earn extra money in style… With Stella & Dot!

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