Since Mary Kay’s beginnings in 1963, founder Mary Kay Ash has strictly adhered to the philosophy: “God first, family second, career third”, which was considered groundbreaking among the harried career women of her time. This emphasis on priorities was a welcome paradigm shift for the direct selling industry, where pushy salespeople were the norm then. Mary Kay Ash also emphasizes to her fellow direct sellers to never forget the importance of the Golden Rule: putting one’s self in the other person’s shoes and exercising good judgment in their transactions.
This application of the Golden Rule extends from its customers to its sales force: should there be any reason that one feels that Mary Kay direct selling may not be for them, Mary Kay will buy back the unused inventories at 90% of the original cost.
Control is one aspect about the business that Mary Kay is very much proud of. You get to control how much you earn, and how much time you need to spend selling the products, thus giving you more quality time to control your life priorities.
The easiest way to earn with Mary Kay is to be a Mary Kay Independent Beauty Consultant and sell the various Mary Kay line of cosmetics and beauty care products to your clients via direct selling. Mary Kay products have been touted as one of the products that have the highest return of investments, earning as much as a 50% profit on each product sold.
The process begins by contacting the nearest Independent Beauty Consultant in your area to help you out with getting started as well as with other inquiries. You can use their official website ( Mary Kay) to find your nearest Independent Beauty Consultant. A Starter Kit worth $100 is required for all new members to help out with starting the business.
Financial analysts have asserted that in these economically turbulent times, the direct-selling industry offers the best recession proof way of earning money for one’s self and family, and it makes good sense to start one’s lucrative path to direct selling with a stable, established brand such as Mary Kay.