How to Earn a Trip with Usborne Books & More
Last year I set my mind to earning the Disney trip. As my business grew, it was unbelievable that I was about to earn a trip for FIVE to Disney World! My entire family, including my mother-in-law, is headed to Orlando with us in less than a month! Earning a trip with Usborne Books & More takes hard work, but it 100% within reach. YOU can earn this trip, if you want it! In fact, 36% of the 2017 trip earners were in their FIRST YEAR in the biz. Whether you joined yesterday or have been with the company for years, you can make this trip happen!
It’s all about mindset. Set you’re mind to earning the trip and post visual reminders all over. My best tip is that I had a trip tracker on my fridge and I saw my progress every single time I opened the fridge. Let me tell you, with a 2 & 4 year old, I open the fridge A LOT. I kept my goal front and center where my whole family could see it. It was so fun to see the trip tracker boxes get colored in.
Next up, fill your calendar! Create a plan and set a goal for the personal points you want to earn for the trip. You have 8 full months to earn this trip. Shoot for reaching HOC2 each month ($2000 in personal sales) and that alone will knock 16,000 trip points off the list.
The best way to earn trip points is by growing your team! There’s an amazing kit special underway. You just need to reach out to your network and ask if they want to join the book biz for just $50 and earn a spot in the lounge chair next to you in Punta Cana! If you’re team isn’t growing, it’s because you’re not asking as often as you could be. Make a list of who you’d like to work with and reach out to them! Ask them to join. Leverage your team to gain trip points and help others be successful in their business.
Here’s a short video about how to earn a trip with Usborne Books & More.
Who is coming with me? Leave a comment below and let us know what you’re doing *today* to earn your spot!
In case you’re a “numbers” person, here are a few examples of how you can earn the trip. These are just examples, of course! Create your own game-plan!