When I signed up to be a Norwex consultant, I couldn’t imagine adding another thing to my schedule. I already felt that I was at capacity. I worked as a massage therapist, had two preschoolers and was on the board of our sons’ preschool. Sometimes, when you add the right thing, the rest falls into place. That is exactly what Norwex was for me. Here is how Norwex fits into my busy life.
The Ability to Work in Time Blocks
What I love most about my job is the ability to fit it into my life where it works for me. Waiting at the doctor’s office? It’s a perfect time to fit 10 minutes of follow up texts. Kids at hockey practice? This is prime work time. If you have 10 minutes here and there throughout your week, you have time to work and maintain consistency in the Norwex business.
Technology Makes Life So Much Easier
Technology is a life saver for a busy schedule! I am an early riser and prefer to get much of my work done before 7:00 a.m. I can guarantee that few of my customers and hosts want to hear from me at 5:00 a.m., so texting apps are a lifesaver! I am able to accomplish my followup at a time that works best for me, but I can schedule the texts to go out at an hour that won’t anger my customers. Winning! There are also apps for scheduling Instagram, Pinterest and Facebook posts. This streamlines my work and allows me to be more efficient.
How Norwex fits into My Busy Life, Parties Fit Your Schedule
Parties are the bread and butter to most Norwex consultant’s career. Yes, you can TOTALLY be successful strictly doing events or being online, but parties are my specialty. I love that I can schedule parties to fit around my sons’ hockey practices or my other obligations. It is totally flexible to meet yours and your family’s needs. There is NO commitment to having to be available at certain times. If your schedule varies, set your parties to fit it. No boss to answer to! Need further information on the business? Let’s chat, contact me here.
How Norwex fits into My Busy Life, Why I Wouldn’t Have it Any Other Way
Every day I think about how lucky I am to be able to design my own career. I am grateful for how it fits into our family schedule, and how I can work but still be home to change the laundry over or let the dog out. Yes, I consider laundry a good part of the day because that means I am not greeted with mountains of it to be done on weekends, lol. I am able to get my kids off the bus, bring them to their practices, and show up for my life as I need to. On top of it, I have a job I love that allows me adult time, and fun. Life is pretty darn good!
Creating Balance in your Life, What do you Struggle With?
Are you in direct sales and not sure how to maintain a work-life balance? Comment here! I would love to help you come up with some techniques to help it work better for you.