You’ve already read the FAQ on joining Beautycounter, but you are still curious about why you should. Today I’m sharing my top 6 reasons to join A Gutsy Girl Beautycounter team.
Let it be made very clear that I never thought I’d align with a single makeup and/or skin care company. I didn’t grow up using anything; rarely wore makeup.
I have stayed consistent and true to Beautycounter because I love what it stands for, the product quality, and how it looks and makes me feel when I wear it. Even if no one ever bought a thing, I still would.
Because of that, I’m simply sharing my love for the company and products, and if you’ve ever considered joining, then I want to give you some additional reasons today.
Top 6 Reasons to Join A Gutsy Girl Beautycounter Team
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It never feels like an MLM because in so many ways it differs from the traditional (I know, too, because I took on both Creative Memories and Mary Kay at one point in life – ha). But at the end of the day, it is an MLM (multi-level marketing company). That said, it’s a non-toxic, studied and approved by many, company. Mamavation recently released research through an article titled, “The Ultimate Non-Toxic Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) Investigation.” They researched 60 MLM’s and gave them good (green), yellow (better), and bad (red) zone rankings. Nothing on the list surprised me except for one in the red zone. Completely not surprising was that Beautycounter was in the green zone. When you join Beautycounter, you’ll at least be able to feel confident that the products you’re using and selling to family, friends, co-workers, neighbors, and other clients do not contain things like synthetic fragrance, toxic preservatives, endocrine disrupting chemicals, pesticides and carcinogens.
Work with me.
Maybe you care about this and maybe not, but obviously when you join the A Gutsy Girl Beautycounter team, we will work together. Does this mean that I am available to chat 24/7 and always at your convenience via phone? Absolutely not. In fact, do you know that I have never once spoken on the phone with my mentor, Liz Wolfe? And that’s totally fine with me. Sometimes, it takes her several days to get back to me. Do I sweat about it? No way. She always respond and I always get what I need. You will, too. I am almost always available via email and text, and we have a larger group to bounce questions off of and get ideas from constantly. (image credit)
Run your own business.
Want to dip your toes into the entrepreneurship (and/or mompreneurship) world? Then do not let fear stand in your way. I am going to repeat this one. Do NOT let fear stand in your way. If I had been fearful years ago about going out on my own, I would never have the things I do today. No, Beautycounter is not my only business, but it’s a part of it. It can be a part (or all) of yours, too. And it’s 100% yours. You do with it whatever and however you wish. No one will tell you when to hustle or when to go to your kid’s holiday program. Like everything else in life, the more you put in, the more you’ll get out. If you need more motivation on this one, read —>The Time is Now.
Save on the things you already buy.
Let’s do something super basic. Everyone buys mascara. The Volumizing Mascara is $29, but you, as a consultant, will get it for $21.75. You get 25% off anything and everything. This is one of the reasons it was so easy for me to justify the price of the Cleansing Balm – because I got it for much less. Now I’m addicted and I would happily pay full price if I needed to. You will get these benefits, too.
Build your own team.
You know it, you’ve seen it, and you want in on it — #GirlBoss. If you want, you can build your own team. Some of you are crazy awesome leaders and networkers. You can use that to your advantage by building a team of awesome women just like you and ultimately having the opportunity to make even more money. My little team is “A Gutsy Girl’ – obviously – but you’ll get to call yours whatever you want or nothing at all. Again, your business, your terms.
Stand for something.
When you join Beautycounter, you get to stand for something. This something is that safer products should be available to everyone. You’ll never have to worry about the negative ramifications most “beauty” companies leave their customers. In every single piece of my business – whether it’s Beautycounter, all the gut stuff, or the natural food industry – I never, ever think, “Will my work negatively impact someone’s health and well-being?”
I rarely post on Sundays, but I decided that Sunday is the perfect time to share this with Y’all. 85% of women (and men for that matter) tell me how they dread Monday come Sunday. I haven’t dreaded a Monday in years.
I believe that life is far too short for that, and one thing I learned a long time ago from Jon Acuff (via his book, Start, which I highly recommend) is that sometimes you have to work a full-time “job” while building your own business in order to fully see your dreams come true. It’s called hustling and working really hard on something you care about – which for me is business mixed with ethics and an overall healthier lifestyle – from every single angle – for Gutsy women worldwide.
Eventually, you’ll find yourself in a place where, you’re doing exactly and only the things you love most.
Have more questions about joining A Gutsy Girl Beautycounter team? Contact me HERE. I’m happy to answer any questions, and I can also send you the official opportunity information. If you’re ready to join us today, simply click HERE and scroll to the bottom, clicking on BECOME A CONSULTANT, then click the “JOIN NOW” button and put me (Sarah Hoffman) down as your mentor.
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