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Why a conversation about Forever’s business opportunity could be a lifeline right now.

Recent data shows that 70% of the working population are not financially comfortable and the same number of people report feeling anxious on Sundays ahead of their working week. That’s a lot of people feeling worried about meeting their bills and less than happy in their working lives. 

 

Over 5 million people in the UK are now working second jobs as the financial crisis starts to bite, while another 10 million are considering getting an additional job to help with the rising cost of living*. 

 

UK companies are collapsing at the fastest rate since the height of the global financial crisis as surging energy bills drive thousands of firms out of business. There were more than 5,600 insolvencies in England and Wales in the second quarter – the highest level since 2009, according to the Office for National Statistics. Construction, retail and accommodation and food services have been the hardest hit. 

 

It’s clear that being able to bring additional money into the household quickly to help ease financial pressures is already a key consideration for many.  Jan Oxenham from Merthyr Tydfil started her Forever business during the first lockdown in May 2020, as her fitness training business stopped overnight, and initially used her Forever retail income to maintain her personal pension contributions.  

   

Jan says When I think of how many thousands of pounds I invested in my fitness training and qualifications over the years, to invest £199 in the Start Your Journey Pack and to be able to start within a few days was just incredible to me.” 

 

So, it might be worth asking yourself do all my customers know that there is a business opportunity attached to Forever? Do they know they could save money on their regular product orders by signing up? It’s so easy to make assumptions about who would or would not be interested in joining. The truth is that we just don’t know.  You could be offering someone a lifeline. Why not have the conversation? Start with your customers who already love and know the benefits of the products and as you grow in confidence start to share the opportunity with a wider audience. 

 

What do you have to lose? 

*https://www.cityam.com/more-than-5m-brits-have-more-than-one-job-and-10m-are-looking-for-a-side-hustle/ 




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