When joining Norwex as a consultant, my main focus was to spread the word about cleaning without chemicals and I really viewed it as a “hobby”. I was not a party person and sales really made me scared. So the thought of really treating Norwex as a business was not there. But I truly believed in the product and how it could help people (beliefs are powerful!). One party led to another and another and I soon saw that I didn’t need to be a sales person to tell people about Norwex. I was educating and then letting them decide what products to use in their homes.
Having a Norwex business has given me so much freedom…
Freedom in the flexibility of the business. I am a stay-at-home mom and I can work when I want and how long I want without being forced to leave my kids.
Freedom in running my own business. I don’t have a boss (well, I take that back. The man of the house is my boss but the best boss there is. Otherwise I wouldn’t have married him!) and I run the business how I want.
Freedom in finances. I was amazed that I could bring home $500/month by going out twice/month and sharing Norwex with others. Norwex has helped pay many things that have come up and also given me the freedom to get some of those “extras”.
I love what I do. I love that I get to stand behind a product that helps people and I love helping people also have the same gift of a Norwex business that I’m blessed to have. We need help!! Most of America still does not know about Norwex and I can’t spread the word alone! The starter kit is free (with a minimal sales) and the sky is the limit!