Friday, 20 May 2011

Find Out About Friday – The Support You Get When You Join Stampin’ Up!

Last night I had my monthly Team Training Meeting – I love these meetings as it is wonderful to see some of my team (and some other Demo friends we invite along), to chat about Stampin’ Up! and to stamp together.

This got me thinking about the support we get when we join Stampin’ Up! and the support I give my team and I thought it would be a great topic for today’s Find Out About Friday.

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When I was considering joining Stampin’ Up! one of the things that was important to me was knowing there was lots of help available should I need it. Maybe you are the same.

Everyone who joins Stampin’ Up! gets

1. Access to the Demonstrator Web Site which is an absolute gold mine of information. There is information on how to use the products, how to set up and run your business and how to get the most from Stampin’ Up! There is also a forum for all demonstrators where you can go for advice and help when you need it.

2. Access to the Ready Set Stamp programme of emails and newsletters which are a blueprint on how to start your business – follow the advice in these emails and you will be off to a great start.

3. Regular Newsletters from Stampin’ Up! which contain great information that helps you in your business.

4. Access to the Stampin’ Up! Training Events – these are a lot of fun and as well as providing lots of great information and motivation will give you the chance to catch up with some of the friends you make in Stampin’ Up! The ultimate event each year is Convention which any Demonstrator can go to – this year we are going to Disneyland Paris – I can’t wait!

5. Access to Demonstrator Support – we have an amazing team who help us with just about everything and they are only a phone call or email away.

Sounds good, yes?

Well that is not everything! When you join you also join a team and the person whose team you join will also be very important in helping you get what you want from your business. Their role is to help you navigate through all the information and help you translate it into what you need to do in your business to meet your goals.

I am fortunate to have a team of wonderful people all of whom want very different things from their business. For example, some want to save money on their craft supplies, some want to pay for an extra holiday or to have a regular cleaner and some want to make this a significant alternative income. To support them all in this means I offer a range of things to help them all.

These include:

1. Regular phone and email contact. I am in touch with all of my team on a regular basis and they all know they can call me at any time if they need or want to. Its always lovely to hear from them.

2. As much or as little one on one coaching as they want or need. I am a qualified business coach as well as a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator and know that those who are looking to grow their business find this really helpful.

3. Monthly Team meetings. Every month we meet and share the successes of the team, I share business advice and tips and then we all make projects we can all use in our business. Two months out of three we meet for an evening and then on the third month we meet for a whole day of fun!

4. Regular team newsletters, packed with the latest Stampin’ Up! News, hints and tips and other things I hope will help the team.

5. A selection of business tools to help them along their way.

6. A team web space which has an archive of all hints and tips I have shared with the team, project tutorials and much more.

7. Incentives and recognition when they do well and support when things don’t go to plan!

So as you can see when you join my team of Stampin’ Superstars there really is a lot of support available.

Contact me on bekka@feeling-crafty.co.uk or 07990 837 990 to find out more about joining Stampin’ Up! and the support you would get when you become a Stampin’ Superstar. I look forward to talking with you soon!

Happy Stampin’
Bekka Prideaux Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator




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