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If you’re going to do something with your time to help meet your goals, why not put that time into something that will get you closer to meeting your goals than what you are doing now?

A year from now… Will you still be looking for something to supplement your income? Will you be building a business that gives YOU raises from your consistent efforts?

Two years from now… Will you have achieved NEW management levels? Will you be proud of what you are building for yourself and your family?

Three years from now… Will you have a chance to take trips with your family that you only dream of now?

Four years from now… Will you be earning the income that your truly desire? Most people work consistently now with a 9 to 5 job, but 4 years later… Are still not getting ahead?

Hmmm… Interesting…

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Your dreams are your visions of where you’ll be after the battle, your prize at the end of your journey to success. Your goals are the steps you take to finally attain your prize.

Unless you’re willing to work hard and establish some discipline in your life, all of your dreams will be pipe dreams, little mental fantasy trips that will never materialize.

Make concrete steps toward fulfilling your ultimate dream and start with solid objectives called goals.  Your dreams are where you want to go, your goals are how you get there.

The first indispensable step to getting the things you want out of life is this.  Decide what you want.

Don’t be afraid to think big and dare to be great. Dreamers are not content with mediocrity. They never dream of going half way.

People with goals succeed because they know where they’re going.

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Growing From Part-Time to Full-Time

If you start a gift basket business while working at a full time job, you won’t be alone in the quest to wake on that eventful day when the only work to be done is your own work. If you commit the strategies found in this training into daily deeds, it’s certain that great day will come sooner than you think. It’s Okay to work at the other job to earn the salary that pays your living expenses. While developing the business, you’ll gradually generate enough cash to pay personal bills and draw money from the increasing equity while keeping a decent amount of invested capital on hand. The outside work will eventually disappear, never to be seen again.

How do you know when it’s time to leave the dreaded day job? It’s a matter of knowing your personal monthly budget, factoring in 10 to 20 percent above that amount per month for emergencies, assessing how much of a draw down you can live on versus making a salary, and having a steady flow of gift basket clients that increase every month. For example, Sally More, plans to leave her real estate employer in two years. She’s slowly building her clientèle and sales, getting good promotional exposure (though charity work and trade shows), and aligning herself with top regional organizations. The real estate employer is not doing well and decreased Sally’s work schedule and salary by switching to four-day work week.

Resist the trap of thinking, “All I need is one big account.” Cash cows are a temporary quick fix. Having several well-paying corporate clients and a cadre of individual buyers holds a better outlook. If that one big client goes out of business or has a string of bad luck, the buying stops, and back you go to the full-time employment. Spread the odds of wealth by severing several big clients and many individuals.

You Can Do It!

You deserve to reap the personal and financial rewards of owning your own business. Every tip, idea, strategy, and solution in this training comes from hands-on experience through the ups and downs of developing a successful business and finding loyal customers who keep coming back to buy. Yes, you will make mistakes – but what can be accomplished in this life without the wisdom of errors? Use this training as a guide, follow your instincts, and begin to live the live the entrepreneurial dream today for a brighter tomorrow.

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 As you are building your gifting business, you will go thru ups and downs (this is very natural).  Don’t get frustrated, Get excited that you can  make as much income as you like and you are the boss. 

Before you start, we want you to know that this business will not make you rich overnight, but it can produce an incredible about of money for you and your family.  This is your business and you are the CEO of your company.  Nobody is going to take this away from you nor downsize you.  So be proud of your business.

Below are some simple rules to follow if you truly want to succeed.

#1   Set weekly goals,  make  the time  to work the business and be  consistent and patient.  Yes, success will happen but not overnight.  This is a real business and not a get rich quick scheme.   If you would open a store, you are not going to have customers running to your store right away.  Building a customer does take time to build.   The best part of this business is that you can generate two incomes.  You can work on the referral program as you are building your customer base. 

Always remember to put yourself on a schedule and stick to the schedule no matter what.   I  promise you that  if you are  consistent, you will succeed and at the end, you will look back and be so glad you built this business oppose to regretting.
#2    Know your “why”  Why are you in this business and what are you fighting for?   For example, some of our consultants are fighting for  financial freedom.  They don’t want to spend  40 years of  their life working for someone else, only to realize that they will be retiring on one-third of what they  can live on today. Or, worse yet,  knowing that they have diligently worked all their lives, only to be given an early retirement and replaced by someone younger, more capable.

Some of our consultants are fighting for their  family.  They are building this business for them and  their family.  They don’t want to wake up one morning and realizing that their children, the most precious things imaginable, no longer need bottles, diapers, have tea parties, or are shorter than the baseball bat they are trying to swing.  Or,  realizing it is too late and that the time frittered away can never be retrieved.

Some consultants are fighting for financial freedom.  They are working this business because they are tired of watching their  husbands work hard and they are still not getting ahead.  They realize that they  are never going to have the freedom and income they deserve if they keep on working for other people.  This is why many consultants are  taking control of their  lives and their  finances. They no longer hope, wish and dream for the government or the president to take care of their family.

Yes, we do realize that we all have some habits such as  rationalizing, procrastination and skirting important things, rather than facing the issues. Too often we allow others who do not pay our bills, who do not share our dreams, to direct our futures.

As children we have absolutely no freedom; we rebel in our teens and scream for freedom. We reach adulthood and are finally free, only to relinquish that freedom because we think it is too difficult to go after our dreams. We do not want to take responsibility. We do not want to make a wrong decision, so we obligingly give that awesome power to someone else. We wake up too late. We hear ourselves uttering phrases like: “I wish I had only . . .” and “If I could do it over again.”

You have no one but yourself to blame. You had the chance. Perhaps the opportunity was presented many times and each time you elevated the trivial to a higher priority than yourself.

Let me ask you: Is sending emails to prospective clients  or sharing our gifts with people difficult to do?  Is sharing this career with others is difficult?

Is it so traumatic to show someone an exciting product ? Is it so difficult to understand that if you work this business, you will have a great  loyal client base that will keep ordering from you and send you referrals?  

Would you work really hard for several years, so you could mold a lifestyle of your choosing, so your family could live a lifestyle of their dreams, rather than trying to live how someone else thinks you should live?

How difficult is it to pick up the phone and call a perspective client?   How difficult is it to place ads? How difficult is it, really, to share what you love with others? Think about it.

Realize the awesome power you have in your hands with this business. There are people out there working three jobs. There are people drowning in debt; or agonizing through bankruptcy, realizing they only needed a couple hundred more dollars per month. That is difficult!

This business you have chosen has the ability to change  your life.
What are you waiting for?

There is difficulty and pain in success, and there is difficulty and pain in failure. Difficulty and pain in success will last a short period of time; but pain in failure lasts a lifetime. Which one is really more difficult?

You will pay a price for your actions, and your choices.

Which choice will you make?

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We offer bi-monthy pay. We fulfill your orders. We create the gift baskets. We create a beautiful website for you. We help you market your gifting business. We carry all the inventory. We ship to your gift recipients. We operate online, so you can, too. We continuously add new gift baskets to your store. We partner with you to make it simple to succeed. We don't require you to buy products. We do not have quotas. We do not ask you to collect money from your customers

Learn More About La Bella Baskets!

La Bella Baskets has weekly national Team Training calls that include product information, tips to succeed, interviews with La Bella Baskets consultants, sponsoring support, and much more. See you on the call!

Hosted by: Mia Florides, La Bella Baskets Co-Founder

Date: Every Tuesday night

Time: 6pm pacific time
7pm mountain time
8pm central time
9pm eastern time

Conference Dial-In: 1-218-862-1300

Conference Code: 863799

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