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What to Do While in the Queue!

So you are in the LuLaRoe Queue and are anxiously awaiting your onboarding call… I know it may seem like it is taking forever! Believe me I know, I am waiting in the queue too! This waiting period is a great opportunity to prepare for your new business!

I highly recommend getting on the weekly webinar calls. They are so informative! If you are unsure how to register, talk to your sponsor about it. I would also recommend talking to your sponsor and other consultants about what they find helpful. They can give you tips about what works and what hasn’t. They may have some advice that you may not have thought of.

Also, check out Fashion Fundamentals. There is so much information available from setting up a pop-up to styling tips. You will find this to be a huge asset. You will also need to set up your social media accounts, design business cards, determine your shipping methods, and also decide how you are going to display your LuLaRoe.

My biggest piece of advice would be to wear LuLaRoe everyday! It is definitely a conversation starter. You want to get people interested in your business. The easiest way is to market it by wearing LuLaRoe yourself. I have been getting so many compliments from people wanting to know where they can find it. That opens the door for a discussion about LuLaRoe. By making these personal connections, you are opening the door for the future. You can reach out to them when you are onboarded and ready to start selling!

It may seem overwhelming at times. There are times when I have my doubts and I get anxious about the uncertainty of what’s to come. Then I remember that sometimes you have to take chances in order to succeed. I know that I love LuLaRoe clothes and I want to share them with others. I have seen so many other people being blessed by the opportunity that LuLaRoe has provided for them. So I am ready for this great opportunity and I hope you are too! Best of luck!!

Sincerely, Angela

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