Your First 30 Days in Tupperware Now that you’re all signed up, pumped up and ready to build a profitable Tupperware business, you need to think about exactly what you have to do in your first 30 days in Tupperware to start making money.

In Tupperware, there’s basically 2 ways to get paid. They are:

1. Product Sales
2. Sponsoring

Despite the fact that there are several phases to each process, we’re going to focus on what you should do to start making money in the first month of building your Tupperware business.

#1) Product Sales in Tupperware

When you initially attended your Tupperware presentation, or were exposed to the business through a video, phone call, or webinar there was obviously something that made you believe in Tupperware and what they were offering.

Regardless if it was the payment structure, the products or just the culture, you found something you felt you could offer to people to help improve their lives like yours was impacted.

When it comes to sharing the products and gaining new customers, your enthusiasm, passion and belief are a must. However, there are certain elements that you NEED TO consider before hurrying off to spread the word about Tupperware and their products with the world, which are:

A. What need does your product fulfill?
B. Who desires what you have to sell and is ready to purchase it right now?
C. Why do they need it? (What benefits will they obtain from owning and purchasing your product?)
D. Why should they purchase it from you?

As certain as you are about the merits of Tupperware’s products and how everyone can benefit from them, you still should think about the needs of your potential clients and how their lifestyle will be impacted from purchasing this product.

Tupperware is a sales business, and in order to sell as much product as possible, you have to use the sales process, which is:

A. Build a rapport with your potential customer
B. Ask questions to establish a need
C. Listen carefully
D. Share how your product will eliminate their problem
E. Get a commitment and close the deal

The more friendly you are with your prospects without forcing the sale on them, the more you’ll find them closing themselves on the products just by asking them the right questions and allowing them the freedom to talk and explain to you exactly what their concerns are that you can sell them on!

#2) Recruiting in Tupperware

The true leverage in building a Tupperware business is in building a team of leaders who duplicate your results, while increasing the production and earnings of your organization. This is often the least liked aspect of the Tupperware business because we often associate the act of sponsoring with family and friends that we assume will avoid us at Christmas Dinner.

Recruiting however, can actually be the most fun part of Tupperware if you “change your thinking” about what recruiting really is. Even though you have personal numbers and goals to hit so that you can receive a nice commission, recruiting shouldn’t just be viewed as a payday. It’s actually your opportunity to improve and change someone’s life, while offering them an opportunity to discover financial independence and a whole new way to live.

There’s so much more to joining Tupperware than the money. Of course the money an integral reason for why people join, but there are also the benefits of meeting positive entrepreneurs, stimulating your personal development and evaluating your weaknesses and strengths. There are also opportunities to go on vacations you never dreamed of, and even potentially work for yourself fully, without ever going back to clocking in at a nine to five.

The minute you can learn to interpret the advantages of your new “Millionaire Fraternity or Sorority”, you will find that people are dying to go with you to the next event, or get on the next webinar or conference call, just to hear from or meet from some of the amazing leaders that you’ve been telling them about.

To build a team effectively in Tupperware, explain the advantages of being united, rather than coaxing them in for a paycheck. They will be able to tell the difference, and you will too when it comes to your Tupperware commissions!

To Your Success,

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Nate Jackson
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Nate Jackson

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