A typical day begins with me opening the office around 7:30 AM, prepping for morning 2nd round interviews at about 8:00 AM. at the same time our distributors and leaders arrive and being to practice teaching our system and pitch until about 9AM, in which teams are divided and merchandise is loaded into vehicles. By 10AM teams should have arrived and set up at their respective events, taken compliance photos, equipment check, and begin to interact with customers, with check-ins frequented throughout the day and by 6pm prepare to close for the day, returning to the office by no later than 8pm.
Now the process in which i have described had to be practiced meticulously day in and out, requiring great time management skills, determination and having a great positive attitude frequently. The highlight of what i've learned would have to come in with teamwork, being a leader and example, being responsible for the care of employees and merchandise as it was transported, and being an effective communicator and coach.
To it's credit, what makes a great office is its management team, how they can inspire individuals, and be thorough problem solvers. As a manager, we wanted to make sure our employees had total transparency with our employees, because we treat them as family.
The most difficult part of this though however is absolute commitment to what we worked for, meaning very minimal personal life given a long work schedule day in and out, 6 days a week and 12 hours a day. While rewarding in skills it will challenge you constantly, not everyone can do it, but those that can will be rewarded.
Lastly I think the best part was the experience, in the three years i spent with it i travelled from Sacramento, San Francisco, Las Vegas (3 times), Dallas, Houston, New Orleans, Atlanta, Baton Rouge, Salt Lake City, Seattle, and Portland. It was an eye opener for me and gave me a broader horizon to look on.