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We are building a community of super moms who want it all…..Our clothes are sold exclusively through our ever-growing community of PixieChicks.
PixieLane, what is that? The new way to shop for kids clothing, that’s what! This Los Angeles based direct sales company is bringing you a personalized way to shop. We are simply a community of super moms building our own businesses selling original, affordable clothing. The best part? It’s truly direct sales, no multi-level-marketing. What does that mean? No recruiting others to sign-up under you. Instant commissions on our sales! Win-Win!
My Turning Point
Coming off a terrible year in my personal and my business life, I have recently been looking for an income source that would work for my chaotic life. Direct Sales and Multi-Level-Marketing is SO appealing to mom’s because it gives us freedom to earn an income AND be a parent. Having been a part of the MLM community for almost 9 years with a variety of businesses, I found myself burned out earlier this year.
In August 2017, had just come home from a great couple of days in Salt Lake City from Posh’s UnCon. I was pumped! Leading up to that trip, I had been struggling with my team that seemed to grow pretty rapidly in the beginning but had recently fizzled out. People on my team and in my down-line were giving up, they didn’t seem to care much. I knew I couldn’t make them work but nothing motivated them to actually want to work. Prizes, gifts, awards, none of that mattered to them. If they didn’t want it, I was not going to make them want it.
UnCon was going to give me my mojo back! But I soon realized I was not a great leader. By allowing their lack of interest to effect my ability to lead them, I gave up. It never really mattered if I put in $2-5K in a month on my own, I only made *extra* money on my team IF they made their numbers. We kept falling short of rank advancing as a team and we were soon a very large team of casual consultants. I was never going to earn a decent income on casual. Faced with rebuilding or allowing my business to become casual and not a reliable source of income anymore, I became a casual consultant. It was no longer FUN for me.
I was working at the high-school, not making much money but still gone from home around 7 hours a day. That put a huge dent in the time I could devote to my Posh business. I soon gave up vendor events because it was too much physically for me to handle. After the first of the year, Posh was no longer a priority for me. The progression of events that took place over those months really put a lot of things into perspective for me. My husband is very removed from our finances and me trying to explain to him WHY I need an income falls on deaf ears. Me being home handling everything, all the time, is what our life has always been. He will support me in most any decision I make, thankfully. But paying for childcare when I don’t have a career is never going to happen.
My proverbial wheels never stop spinning, welcoming change and looking for something better is what I do, constantly. Failing at several other opportunities, quitting my job at the school because of child-care issues, attempts at finding a job that works with my kids schedule, I’ve been coming up empty handed. For months I have felt like a hamster on a wheel, producing zero results and feeling like a failure.
I was scrolling Facebook one night when I came across a sponsored ad for PixieLane. “We created a home-based business model that gives you total independence” is what I read and I immediately clicked. Then I read “NOT AN MLM” and I quickly sent a request for a phone call for more information. The next day was Halloween and I am room mom so I knew I wouldn’t be home to take the call, so I scheduled for the following day. It was probably the longest 36 hours. I was geeked, to say the least! The anticipation of learning about a business opportunity that could potentially give me the income my family needs while allowing me to be available for the hockey and cheer travel? Geeked is a total understatement!
The Future Is Mine
I told my husband how excited I was for the call and that I couldn’t wait to hear more details. Can you believe this, that day I got a call to pick my daughter up from school because she was sick? Literally 30 minutes before my scheduled call! Taking the call on speaker phone while coming home was a breeze. I learned that PixieLane is selective with their consultants and they don’t just allow anyone to join. They build a community, not competition. Consultants collaborate instead of compete. I can finally build my very own business! A business that will sink or swim solely on my abilities. I don’t have to lead or train or motivate anyone but myself. I’m my own best cheerleader, I already know this! I got this!
Being a PixieChick means gaining a community of moms that root for each others success. All the support, tools, and training you need will be provided. We got you every step of the way!
I LOVE clothes, shopping, connecting with other women and feeling like I am contributing to my families financial needs. From the moment I learned all the details about PixieLane, I knew I had to be a part of the company. I simply can not wait to bring you all the PixieLane love in the coming weeks. PixieLane offers girls and boys clothes size 12mo-12years as well as women’s clothes. I fully intend to offer all varieties in all sizes as I grow my reach.
Founders Lori, Danit & Kristen’s vision:
A world filled with happy moms! (and happy kids!)
To give moms the opportunity to be entrepreneurs
Collaboration over competition
Anything is possible
Be your own person
Take care of each other
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