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Stella & Dot Business Opportunity Featured on Good Morning America

CEO of Women for Hire, Tory Johnson, was a guest on Good Morning America this morning [Wednesday, August 31, 2011, Good Morning America on ABC] and prominitely featured the Stella & Dot business opportunity.

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Tory shared her top tips for being a social selling superstar, seen here:

1. Be Sure.

Be sure you’re willing to sell.  Don’t be fooled by anyone who says, “Oh it’s not really ‘selling,’ it’s just ‘sharing’ stuff you love.” It’s called social SELLING and direct SALESfor a reason. If you think you can just put products “out there” and have tons of cash flow in, it won’t happen on its own. Making money at direct sales takes work. If you’re never going to make a cold call, never demo a product, never chat up your wares, then it’s not going to work for you.  Do an honest assessment with yourself.

2. Choose Product You Prefer

Select a company that mirrors your personal interests. There are dozens of categories to choose from: cosmetics, clothing, jewelry, cooking, clothing, vitamins and so much more. Rep products that you personally would use. When they become part of your routine, you’ll be more comfortable selling them.  In fact, Chrissy McManus, a Stella & Dot stylist, wears the jewelry regularly.  She’s an ideal customer, which also makes her a perfect stylist.

3. Time is Money

Recognize what you’ll get out money-wise is directly connected to what you put in time wise. The median income in direct sales is $2,400 annually.  A part-time gig that brings in a couple hundred bucks a month is perfect for many people. But if you want a full-time salary, you’ll have to make it your full-time business.  McManus of Stella & Dot spends at least 15 hours a week on her business and is averaging $50,000 a year. The beauty of direct selling is that it offers the flexibility to ramp up or down as time permits and bills warrant.

4. Be Prepared to Pay

Prepare to pay to get started. Expect to pay a start-up fee to get going, which should be under a couple hundred dollars  — tops. Stella & Dot’s starter kit is $199, and includes $350 of jewelry, plus all of the training materials to get going. And here’s the key:  you have up to one year to return all of it and receive up to a 90 percent refund assuming it’s in new condition. That’s the sign of a legitimate opportunity: Can you get the majority of your money back if it’s not for you?  (ManCave, the grilling company which hosts “meat”ings, says its starter kit is $149 and can be found here.)

Follow Tory at Facebook.com/Tory or Twitter.com/ToryJohnson

Click HERE to watch Tory’s video on 10 ways to make money at home >>

Tory features new direct selling company ManCave & couture jewelry company Stella & Dot on GMA on Wednesday, August 31, 2011, in the “Social Selling: It’s a Job, Not a Party” segment. Click below to watch the video or click HERE.

Tory talks about the new social selling platform and how it can be lucrative for you. Click the image below to watch the video or click HERE.

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