Health Beauty and Nutrition
Posted: 30th Mar 2017 Closing: 28th Jun 2017
I have opportunities for extra distributors to join my team to earn excellent income by recommending Moringa Oil to others.
Since 2008 Wikaniko has helped many people earn an extra income working from home. We can offer you a very different set of benefits from most other companies of its kind. We have superb training which is all done online at home. Our biggest asset is our huge range of products, around a thousand, which spans the entire health, beauty, nutrition, personal care product sector. Wikaniko recently introduced our best set of products yet: all made from a plant called “Moringa Oleifera”, known sometimes as the Miracle Tree.
Our star product is 100% pure organically grown Moringa Oil. This oil has amazing anti-aging and a massive range of other health related benefits.
This opportunity is flexible around your commitments. To make this business work for you, you would require a minimum of 10 hours per week, around 2 hours per day Monday to Friday. I will show you how you can find the extra time and apply it to maximum benefit. I will work tirelessly as your personal mentor, showing you every step of the way how to build an excellent extra incom
If you focus just on the Moringa Oil you will have the opportunity to make nearly 100% profit on every sale. You can expect to make around £100 in your first month, £200 in the second and as your business grows, so will your profit. This opportunity is not a get rich quick scheme and will require you to lay the ground work to succesfully build your client base.
Best suited to:
I am looking for people who are self-motivated, keen, and particularly interested in natural personal care products, health and nutrition. This is a great home based earning opportunity for anyone who is looking for a part time, flexible income to fit around existing commitments. You must have an open mind and be willing to both learn new skills and then put these in to practice consistently.
Name: Kate Hancox
Location: South Devon
Family: Jamie (4) Leo (1)
How often do you work?
Little and often (a couple of hours a day). The joys of this job is I can work it around my busy family life. Unfortunately, Leo doesn't nap very much anymore, but we don't let that stop us! We pop him in the sling or his trike and work the streets posting or picking up our brochures. Any phone calls can be made at bedtime and I fit in returning emails or internet enquiries while the boys are play
How does the job fit around your family life?
Perfectly! I slot in a couple of hours work either while they're happily playing or after they've gone to bed.
How much time do you commit?
Around 15 hours a week.
Where do you carry out your work?
Wherever I am! The joys of the smartphone means that work can be done wherever I am, although the majority of the time (being a Mum and keeping up with the running of the house) I am at home. I do love the flexibility of the smartphone though, as it means I can literally pick up work where I need to.
Do you get support/training?
My upline, Peter is amazing and meets up regularly for catch ups. Failing that he's on the end of the phone and returns texts/phone calls really quickly. On the training side, Wikaniko have a really good Academy where we can enrich ourselves with knowledge or re-cap on training we've already done.
Would you recommend this opportunity to other mums?
What's not to love?! The support is the best I've found in this industry (I've previously worked with other companies like this and have failed as the support was totally rubbish!), the products are great for my family (kind to the skin and kind to the planet) and the training and Internet support (on top of what I already get from Peter) is amazing!
Do you advertise?
I do through social media and free notice boards around my village.
Are there any downsides to the role?
There aren't, but I would like to say that a lot of people think that these companies are a quick way of raising money! This is not the case, like any job you have to work at it and your pay reflects how much you work. Also don't be disappointed if you start off with small earnings, as you work your business it will show in the earnings.