Six Types of Usborne Book
There are several ways you can build a home library with Usborne books.
You may want to supplement your income or build a successful career with Usborne books.
The following is a description of the several different ways Usborne Book Consultants
build their home library while remaining home for their family.
& FAMILY CONSULTANT -- WHOLESALE BUYER
Likes the idea of buying books for personal use at consultant discount.
Occasionally sells to neighbors, friends and family through catalog orders
and / or home shows.
Loves doing home shows and earns extra money.
Works a lot some months and very little other months
Sells for short period of time.
Wants to earn a specific amount; stops when they have reached their goal.
Sells to schools and libraries.
Conducts book fairs, reading incentive programs and fund raisers with schools.
Part-time consistent consultant who desires to make a specified monthly income to pay for nursery school, car payments, etc. They develop all areas of their business as well as work as an Educational Consultant. They may decide to become a leader in the company.
WITH USBORNE BOOKS AT HOME
Views UBAH as a viable income with long-term career opportunities. Pursues a leadership role as a Supervisor and wants to move up the career ladder to Executive Supervisor. Works at their business at least 20 hours a week in a consistent and ongoing manner like a "real " job. Still conducts business with schools and libraries and promotes the Usborne products. Consistently offers the Usborne opportunity building a group of consultants. Earns up to 41.2% on personal sales, plus 11% on central group sales, 7% on first level supervisors, 5% on second level and advance to Executive supervisor and earn 1% on third level supervisors.
As your sponsor, my role is to teach you how to be
successful in developing the type of business
you want with Usborne books. I succeed by helping others succeed, and I like that!
Itís important that
you keep me updated with what direction you want to work your business.
†Your first 12 weeks of business, also known as your incentive period, is vital in getting you trained. After youíve been trained, then you work the type of business outlined above. This is so I can be of most help to you.† I can be reached via e-mail at any time.