changeyourchocolate1As a mom of three boys, I was always looking for an opportunity that allowed me to earn the income I needed to take care of my family with the flexibility to work from home.  I had worked in Corporate America for years and the long hours, commute and limited pay took their toll on my family.  Are you looking for a Home Based Option as well?  I made an amazing decision six years ago and have never looked back.

When looking for a home based business, there are a few things you need to consider.

  1.  Is the product something people want and crave?  Is it something unique or patented?
  2.  Will consumers need to re-order this product regularly?  Is it consumable?
  3.   How is the product shipped?  Are you responsible for shipping or does the company drop ship it direct to your clients and business partners?
  4.   Are there incentives to help your customers continue to order regularly?
  5.   How long has the company been in business?  
  6.   What is the compensation plan?
  7.   How long does it take to start earning income?
  8.   How much does it cost to get started?

When considering a home based business, these are just a few of the important questions you need to ask yourself.

When looking at business models, I realized that the health and wellness industry is growing by leaps and bounds.  I learned that there is prospera Healthy Chocolate Company who actually owns the rights to the words “Healthy Chocolate” and uses a patented cold press technology that keeps in the antioxidants from the raw cacao.  I was impressed because few people don’t love chocolate.  In fact, many CRAVE Chocolate!

Chocolate is consumable.   Studies show the importance of eating chocolate regularly and Beyond Healthy Chocolate Co. recommends individuals eat at least three pieces a day to maintain the antioxidant and flavanols in your body.  The best part is that the company handles the credit cards and shipping the products.  They take care of it all.  I quickly found out while researching that there are companies that require YOU to invoice each customer and ship out orders which requires a lot more work.

Are there incentives so clients, customers and members stay on subscription?  Yes!  Every third month for the first year, free product is available for those who purchase monthly!

Beyond Healthy Chocolate Co. has been in business 10 years, is a debt free company and privately held.

What is the compensation plan?  One of the best I have found when compared to other direct sales or network marketing firms.

How long does it take to earn income?  With the current double up front commissions, you can expect to earn over $5,000 in the first 21 days when you sign up (6) members in the Mega Wealth Program.  This is the plan most individuals who want to build a business start with.  When you help (2) of these members do the same, you can go Gold and earn cash and prizes.

How much does it cost to get started?  Most business minded individuals choose the Mega Wealth Pack Option as I did.  The Mega wealth pack includes everything you need to start your business and have enough product to start out right.  The Mega Wealth Pack Option runs $2500.  This is very affordable compared to a clothing MLM that charges $5500 to get started and a water company that charges $6000 to get started.  Some home based businesses require a $22,000 investment.  Clearly the $2500 Mega Wealth Pack is an affordable way to start your business.

Check out this short video and then message me or call 941-216-5727.  Let me show you how quickly you can build a business with support from Chocolate Millionaires across the country.  Beyond chocolate is in the United States, Canada and 40 Countries.

You can also visit our site at  Listen to a short message from John McDermott, Wall Street Financial Analyst as he gives a heads up on the potential for this business at (800) 680-0917.  His resume reads like a who’s who of top corporate executives having worked as Vice President at Citicorp, Smith Barney,Prudential Bache, Chemical Bank and Chase Bank. Educated at New York Institute of finance, he received his bachelors in finance at Penn State and his MBA at Fordham University Graduate School of Business Administration.