The best reasons to join The Chef’s Toolbox – mine, anyway!

smileyIt’s so easy to lose sight of how fun cooking can be when you have to do it day in and day out for yourself and your family.  Many of us are taken for granted and expected to dish up gourmet wonders on a daily basis but the reality is, there are so many variables to what makes a meal popular with the entire household that it can be exhausting merely deciding what to cook!

From the minute you take delivery of your Chef’s Toolbox consultant kit, trust me, you become on a mission!  You just want to tell everyone that cooking doesn’t HAVE to be the chore it seems to be!  It CAN be enjoyable and it can even become a hobby; one that puts food in your loved ones’ bellies with minimal to no complaint.

I joined The Chef’s Toolbox for many reasons.  These are the immediate reasons, keep reading for longer term goals.

  1. I’m a single mum and need a full time income.
  2. I have a secret fetish for gorgeous kitchenware and homewares (not so secret now!).
  3. I can’t STAND useless knives!
  4. Cooking with nice things makes cooking easier and more pleasant.
  5. I love food and want to talk to others about it.
  6. My sons are fussy eaters and I already have a huge new repertoire of recipes they actually enjoy!
  7. The consultant kit contains enough to set up a kitchen from the word ‘go’.
  8. I can buy top notch cookware at hugely reduced rates.
  9. I get all the validation and praise that I want just by making it happen.
  10. I was working from home anyway but I never got to meet people.  Now I’ve made new friends and business acquaintances and my energy levels are soaring.

goalsLonger term goals:

  1. The Chef’s Toolbox sends achievers away to fantastic locations annually.  I intend to be there!
  2. I plan on becoming a Team Leader so that I can share what I’ve learned, help others to earn a living and achieve the recognition that comes with enjoying one’s work.
  3. I have never been a goal-setter nor a goal-achiever.  Who knew I’d be relishing the task now?  The momentum is building day by day.
  4. Develop an online arm to my Chef’s Toolbox business that brings in orders and introduces me to people right across the country.
  5. Make The Chef’s Toolbox visible throughout country areas of Queensland.

Phew!  It’s alot to ponder but you really only need to live one day at a time, don’t you?

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