Life as a Tropic Ambassador
I know what you are thinking... this will be a big sell of how fantastic it is to be an Ambassador. Well, it is fantastic but not just for the reasons you may think. Like everyone I have a stressful day job and I wanted to have something extra to do that would make a little extra money to pay for treats i.e. makeup, clothes, shoes and treats for my little doggies. After my Husband was taken ill and couldn't work I have been really grateful of my Tropic income to help pay the bills. It takes work to start with but once you have some customers they fall in love with the skincare because it really does work, it's kind to the planet with no carbon footprint and kind to animals because it is all vegan and cruelty-free.
I suffer with Bipolar Disorder. It's Bipolar II so I don't get extreme mania, only mild and probably once a year. It feels great but it never lasts and is always followed by 11.5 months of depression. As well as some extra money it is something I can focus on and pick up when I want to. I try and do something every day, whether it is a social media post, a blog post or even making my own gift tags to attach to customer orders it takes my mind off the 'everyday'.
I use the term 'work' loosely because you join a team, make friends, get given tonnes of support, training and simply share the products with your friends. You can share them on social media, at local events, at Pamper Experiences and wherever else you can think of. The traditional model is to do Pamper Experiences as these will build your business the fastest. You'll have a captive audience and meet new people who will become customers and want to join your team.
You don't have to do anything if you haven't got time but when you do, you'll be rewarded not with just money and incentives but a real sense of accomplishment. The sky really is the limit as there is no cap on earnings but it isn't the money that motivates me. I love to support others as it takes away from real life and distractions are always welcome.
If you would like a chat please get in touch. It's good to talk, even if it is just for someone to listen and support you.