Le-Vel Thrive overview with Kari Johnson
Today I’m featuring Le-Vel Thrive. Many thanks to Kari Johnson for sharing information about the company that she’s worked with for more than a year.
Le-Vel Thrive is a health and wellness company. According to the corporate website, it’s the fastest growing health and wellness movement in the world.
What she likes best about the company is the products themselves and how supportive others in the company are.
When asked about ongoing expenses to run the business, e.g., monthly order, monthly fee, transaction fee, yearly renewal, Kari replied, “Le-Vel is free to join and there are no recurring fees.”
The only things she wishes were different about her company possibly wishing she had joined it sooner because “sometimes it feels like there are a lot of us.”
For Kari, the best thing about direct sales is getting to know people, and finding out that there are some wonderful companies out there. The worst thing is the stigma of people in DS all being super spammy.
(People, please don’t send unsolicited hype-y private messages to people you just met on social media or add people to Facebook groups without their permission. These are not good ways to make friends.)
Kari promotes her business on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and in person. She’s got a terrific Facebook networking group where she welcomes people from all direct sales companies.
Kari admits her biggest challenge is getting out of her comfort zone: “I am naturally very quiet, introverted, and not one to go up to strangers and hit up a conversation.”
When asked, “What do you wish more people understood about direct sales?” Kari replied, “It can be a legit business model.”
Kari spends an hour a day or less building her successful Le-Vel Thrive business.
One thing Kari wants you to know is that “we are not all spammy people just after sales, there are many very nice, genuine people in direct sales.”
If you’d like to learn more about Kari and Le-Vel Thrive, you can check out her website here.
If you’re a direct seller and would like to be featured on this blog, click here to answer a short survey. Best wishes for your continued success!
Note: This blog is not specifically endorsing any specific business opportunity. Before making a decision about any business investment, do your research. Besides the company website, check out the Better Business Bureau and social media profiles of the company. You might also check the Glassdoor rating to read what employees and distributors say about working for and with the company.