Run a USANA Business on Your Own Schedule
Owning your own business can be overwhelming, but it’s important to note that most USANA Associates start out working part time, which often means only two to 10 hours a week. It’s very possible to grow a USANA business this way—but it takes commitment.
Weekly Action Steps
Make sure you complete these tasks at least once a week.
When you’re working a business part time, time management is a must. Develop the ability to recognize non-revenue-generating activities from revenue-generating activities. This will help you manage the few short hours you have in your day to build your best USANA business.
Non-Revenue Generating (10–20 percent of time)
Revenue Generating (80–90 percent of time)
It’s amazing what you can accomplish in an hour if you focus on what’s important. If you only have one hour a day to work on your business, make the most of it:
Running a business from home or on the go is a challenge—there’s no way around that. But with the right mindset, plenty of hard work, and USANA, you can find success.