This morning I woke up with a new rank: I’m a SeneGence® Countess. I know that I talk a lot about the business opportunity SeneGence® offers on this blog, but that’s because it’s the most life-changing part for me.
Don’t get me wrong, I love the product line! (I recently posted a video on Facebook about our wonderful anti-aging skin care. You can see more here: SeneGence skin care.)
As much as I love LipSense® and the rest of the SeneGence product line, it’s the income I earn from the business that’s changing my life and that of my family the most.
What does it mean to be a Countess with SeneGence?
Countess is the 5th leadership rank in SeneGence. In a nutshell, it means that my team of distributors is 3 levels deep. So the women I’ve brought into the business have also sponsored others, who have sponsored others. Those 3 levels each have at least 5 active distributors.
I achieved this goal in just 6 months. Because I’m a homeschooling mom with 7 children living at home, I don’t devote full-time hours to my business. I accomplished this goal with part-time effort.
How to Achieve the Rank of SeneGence Countess
Achieving any leadership rank in SeneGence is really about a few simple things:
- Talking about the product and demonstrating it to people
- Offer customers (and others) the opportunity to start their own business
- Train them to replicate the process
A few weeks ago I wrote about getting a brand new car with the SeneCar program (yes, everything in the company has “sene” as a prefix!). This means that the company pays my car lease payment every month!
I can’t tell you how good it makes me feel to step into that new car every day, knowing it’s not going to leave me stranded with my kids like the old clunkers I used to drive!
Not only is the new car wonderful, but my monthly commission check (from the efforts of the distributors I train) and the retail sales are awesome.
SeneGence offers products that truly work. I have many repeat customers who buy from me again and again because they love LipSense, our other color cosmetics, and the anti-aging skin care.
Would extra income improve your family’s life? My family wasn’t destitute or starving before. My husband brings in a good income. However, we couldn’t afford vacations. We were stressed come tax time. 7 kids eat a lot, and their clothing gets more expensive every year as they get older (and get an opinion about fashion. LOL!).
Having margin in the budget has decreased my stress levels. A friend told me recently that I look ten years younger. The skin care is good, but I believe it’s the income that relaxed my face. 🙂 🙂
One thing I’ve learned about moms and small business is this: sometimes it’s not so much the money that motivates them. Sometimes it’s the recognition.
How much do moms do in an average day that goes unnoticed by her family? It feels good to accomplish something that won’t be undone 5 minutes later! It’s wonderful to be acknowledged for your hustle by women you admire.
Please reach out if you would like to know more!