Roz Veevers – Independent Stampin’ Up! ® demonstrator.

February 1, 2008

My Book

When I left school I trained for three years as a journalist and worked for a radio staion, wrting and editing news bulletins. Since immigrating to Australia 17 years ago, I have run my own rubber stamp business for 15 of those years. I have also sold Tupperware, Avon, Undercoverwear and TLC.

And finally all of that training and experience has come together in my pdf book, called My Business, My Way. It is practical advice on just about every facet of a Stampin’ Up!® business, with useful tips and hopefully some great motivation as well. This book will also  be valuable to other party plan demonstrators, such as TLC, Kaszazz and Creative memories.

Subjects include:

*Getting serious- going from a hobby to a business
* Keeping good records
*Hostess coaching
*Generating bookings at parties
*Creating outside bookings
*Running a market or show stall
*Items to sell
*Leads and after-sales service
*How to run a catalogue party
*How to run a stamp camp
*How to run a stamp club
*Theme parties
*Increase your sales average
*Introduction to recruiting
*Business introduction nights
*Get ready to recruit
*Make sure your recruit succeeds
*Lead your team
*Setting goals and boundaries
*Run a catalogue launch party
*Visualise your way to success
*Ideas to promote your business

The book is available at a cost of $25 (Aus).

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