CHEF WOO CAN INDEPENDENT CONSULTANT FOR PAMPERED CHEF!
During this difficult time, many have had to reinvent themselves to do something while waiting for responses from companies. My view on this is simple, "Don't Put All Your Eggs In One Basket."
Start a home business. There are so many possibilities. You avoid renting or leasing space, utilities, no employees but it should be something you have a PASSION for. Why, if you have the passion, it will show in your product quality and literature.
Keep all your options open. What I did was apply for an LLC. (Limited Liability Corporation. This will protect you as an individual if something goes wrong in your prospective business.
Review the competition, look at what they are offering in terms of products, pricing, demographics and demand. and ask yourself this question; "How will I be different from the rest?
Think of a product that can be sold year round and has a long shelf life.
My name Chef Woo Can, You Can Too was developed intentionally. In life anything is possible and despite the pitfalls, I always got back on my feet and moved forward, so If I can do it, you can too!
I'll use myself as an example to hopefully inspire you and will place this article to various sections. I worked in the corporate world as an analyst but my side interest was cooking and my personality was very inviting, everyone loved having conversations with me, the ease of communicating. Took my abilities and taught at various colleges as an instructor for continuing education. Then I cooked meals for my friends, then went on the road and taught class at peoples homes and organizations, then Covid-19 happened. Sitting home cooking meals for friends, then thinking "sweets" is an aphodisiac to everyone. Peanut Brittle? Yep, how would I be different, offer flavor varieties outside the box from traditional flavor.
Then as we connect with friends came across a good friend that sold me on the idea of being an Independent Consultant for Pampered Chef, learning the ropes and looking to be successul in all my endeavors.
So, I ask that you support small business (includes me) and purchase a box of Chef Woo Can Gourmet Peanut Brittle at chefwoopeanutbrittle.etsy.com. I wasn't surpirsed at the demnd for my product but I'm sure its the variety of flavors that I offer. Please support me and other small bsuiness.
but I feel that the Millennial generation is taking a huge hit on their lives, from the Pandemic, to job loss to raising a young family and trying to live the American dream. Yes, the Baby Boom Generation is responsible for the mess we are in right now. Baby Boomers being laid off or satisfied with the 9-5 job from our college degree and not rocking the boat, we just for the most part got by with a fairly good life. But maybe not enough for our children to go to college but looking back, many successful individuals became very well off without a college degree, so either our children appied for financial aid or took student loans out.
Today, times have changed and if you happen to be a small bsuiness person, your business has been hit by a virus that invisible and deadly. Did we expect this, plan for this type of an emergency?
Do we ever think of a backup plan? Never until now.
Remember Chef Woo Can You Can Too!
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