Four Areas Of Income
Receive _____% profit on compensatable sales of show. Profit paid weekly.
Eligible for _____% bonus on $1800 or more per month of compensatable sales.
That’s a total of ______%! Profit + Bonus!!
An average show is $______ in sales.
Average profits per show is $_____.
A show is approximately _______ hours including paperwork done at home.
Average hourly profit is _______.
$_______ in sales per show
X _______ shows per week
= ________ total weekly sales
X 4 weeks per month
= $_______ total monthly sales
X _______% earned in profit
= ________ total monthly profits!!
Candles are a consumable product like sugar or bread, so reorders and rebooking Hostesses become a large part of our income. The way to build a successful business is to call past hostesses and guests (2+2 calls) to service their candle needs and to encourage a future show. Many hostesses will hold 3 shows per year (New Year, Spring “Buds N Bloom”, and Holiday)
Receive _____% (Leaders receive _____%) of profits from the show even when you are unable to hold a show! Another Consultant will hold it and he/she will receive 15%. The Company issues your respective profits in your weekly check. This area of income gives us the freedom to put our families before our business when we need to, and it also means we can double-book any of our shows.
When you choose to pursue career advancement with PL, your income is unlimited. Listed below are the PL levels of leadership and the average and high income for 2003.