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Old 01-15-2012, 11:48 AM
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You can do it! You just have to be very motivated and organized! If you love the products, why not? I currently sell for both Perfectly Posh and Thirty-One! I feel like they compliment each other and just go hand in hand! I love it!
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Old 01-15-2012, 08:26 PM
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In the past I only sold for one exclusive company. Sometimes I would add a company but not promote it, but use it for personal use or sell to family at my cost. Right now and for the first time ever I sell for bcharmed and Perfectly Posh and are active and promote both companies. I love them and it is working for me, so I'm going to ride the wave!
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Old 01-16-2012, 12:13 PM
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I haven't read all the other replies, but I just wanted to say that I run more than one business. I have several actually and although they can get overwhelming at times, I love them all and I love having them all to do. It's nice to find stuff that compliments each other also because it isn't as separate as some other companies would be. I also think that since you were a HM consultant before that you should be pretty familiar with the company so it wouldn't be super overwhelming to take on another one. If you do get overwhelmed though, I'm sure a lot of us would be happy to help. Good luck!
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Old 01-16-2012, 01:05 PM
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I haven't read all the other replies, but I just wanted to say that I run more than one business. I have several actually and although they can get overwhelming at times, I love them all and I love having them all to do. It's nice to find stuff that compliments each other also because it isn't as separate as some other companies would be. I also think that since you were a HM consultant before that you should be pretty familiar with the company so it wouldn't be super overwhelming to take on another one. If you do get overwhelmed though, I'm sure a lot of us would be happy to help. Good luck!
It's so true having the businesses compliment each other... I have RD which is healthy gourmet food; GO an Organic company and PZ candles... What gourmet meal doesn't have a candle lit and if you are health conscience you want to make sure your supplements go along with your dietary intake..

It's fun because they all have been a part of daily lifestyle... So to me it made sense to get my meals free, my supplements and candles free with the bonus of meeting great people and adding to our income!
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Old 01-16-2012, 01:35 PM
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I always wonder when someone has an opposing point of view, that was asked for, they are told they are being negative? There was a saying I learned several years ago and it is "you can't serve two masters". Having said that I suppose it would depend on the level of commitment you have in each and how important each one is to you. Just signing up with my current company I've been working 10 a hours a day the past 2 days I've had off from my salon. Having any kind of business takes an incredible amount of time to get off the ground and maintain.

It is a personal choice and it would also depend on how each is marketed. I blocked off 4 nights to do candle parties. To me that is enough I don't have any more time, Ultimately it comes down to what you're going to do or not do. If you want two companies then that is what you will do.

Good luck in your choices
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