How much does it cost to join Forever Living?

So, you have looked at Forever Living, and you like the products, and you think that you could work with the person telling you all about them (hopefully me!), and you are interested in starting your own business. Your next question is always, “how much does it cost?”

This is quite often a stumbling block for prospective new team members, as they may be looking at the business because they need more money, and can’t find the funds in order to join the company in the first place.  It’s a Catch-22 situation.  So how can you get over this barrier?  You know the phrase ‘you have to speculate to accumulate’, or ‘you can’t make money without spending money’.  How many new businesses can you start with no investment at all?  I know of very few.

Start your Journey Pack

No Joining Fee

Firstly, there is no joining fee to join Forever Living, but you can purchase a start your journey pack for just under £200 in the UK, which gets you straight onto the 2nd level of our marketing plan. In this box, you get a selection of our best-selling products, many of which can replace products which you would normally be buying in your monthly shop anyway: products like toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, soap and moisturisers.  So when you are thinking of buying a box, think of the money that you will then not be spending buying your usual products.  Also in the box are our best-selling Aloe drinking Gels and a whole heap of literature to really help you to get your business running.  The value of the products and literature is much more than the amount that you pay for them.

Hartwell Aloe Stall
Me and my Aloe

We recommend that you try everything in the pack, as you need to use the products to be able to confidently recommend them, but if money is an issue, you can sell these products in order to recoup your money, then as you start to earn from your Forever business, you can treat yourself to one new product with each new order that you place, thus spreading the cost of your own products.  We suggest that you start your business with a fanfare, and your sponsor will support you in hosting a business launch to which you can invite friends and family.  Many new business owners earn enough commission from having 2 or 3 launches to more than cover the cost of their business owner box.

Joining without the Start your Journey Pack

If you really can’t find the funds for your box, there is another way.  You can join the company purely by placing an order for products for over £75 (From 1st July 2020).  You don’t get as much commission when you join in this way, but it means that if you have a launch party and get orders from friends and family, you can join without spending any money yourself at all.  We would then suggest that you set aside your profits from these parties in order to buy your box as soon as you can.  You can also earn yourself the higher commission levels just by hitting a certain volume of sales. and then opt into being a Forever Living Business Owner.

If you are really struggling for money then take a look at my post 20 Ways to Raise the money to join Forever Living for some ideas on how to raise the cash.

What Next ?

So, if you really want to join Forever Living, but the cost of the pack is stopping you, then give me a call and we can put a plan in place to enable you to get over this hurdle and really get moving with your new and exciting business.

And once you’ve joined – then read my post on “How Much Can You Expect to Earn with Forever Living”.

If you are in Ireland then check out my post “How Much Does is Cost to Join Forever Living in Ireland” , for South Africa and surrounding countries  then look at Joining Forever Living in South Africa ,  or if you are in another country then get in touch and I can send you the details about joining in your area.

You can’t change your life if you don’t change your thinking.


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