I’m Ready…are you?

So I had a little think over the weekend and I thought it would be nice to touch base with all of you to ask you a few questions.  First I was curious about if you all would be interested in a Facebook live event and second I want your opinion on where I should post my new video series for new crafters…should I keep it here on the blog as a resource only or should I post it to YouTube and run the risk of boring seasoned crafters?  Then I talk a little about becoming a demonstrator during saleabration.  I think that I don’t chat enough about the opportunities that can happen to people when they join.  I would really like to grow my team and customer base.  So watch the video and let me know what you think.

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12 thoughts on “I’m Ready…are you?

  1. Bonnie N

    Hi Susanne
    Think it would be great if you did a Facebook live event since I’m here on the wet coast. Definitely post your beginner techniques on Youtube.

    Only question I have about becoming a demonstrator (probably hobby for me) – isn’t there a minimum sales quota per quarter to maintain one’s demonstrator status?

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    1. Susanne Post author

      You bet Bonnie. It’s $400 every 3 months. So it’s about 133$ every month. If you have a few friends that can order with you to help you out to maintain that status that’s great but feel on pressure. If you can’t do it then you can just drop. No commitment really.

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  2. Raewyn Lawrence

    I say ‘Yes’ to all also. Your YouTube videos are very inspiring to be creative. Many great tips to learn 🙂

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  3. Lynn Klitzke

    Yes to your videos. Try a verity of places and see which you like best. Your videos are very helpful. I have mentioned it before, love to see your kitty in the videos once in a while. Hope he gets in on some of them. Love your blog too. Keep going, you’re doing wonderful! I’ve made several boxes that you showed here. Great tips. You are a good teacher.

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  4. debbie

    I love all your youtube videos. love the stories you tell during your demos. and yes, any tips and tricks re card making would be great to learn about , on your blog or youtube. Thanks

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  5. Sharon Derr

    Your youtube videos are great. I don’t do face book and maybe others don’t either. Please keep up your youtube videos. Thank you

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