So, I joined simply to get a bird's eye view in a way. I've been asked if I would like to become a consultant and honestly I'm really on the fence about it. The Pros: 1. I love PC products. 2. I know and love to cook and bake and therefore know how most the products are or are supposed to be used. 3. With said knowledge, I could really get into showing or instructing people how to use products or make certain recipes. 4. I could use a way to save up just a bit more money for my wedding next year. The Cons: 1. I've never been a hugely sociable person to the point I'm socially awkward in most instances. 2. I fear that I'd put money in and never see anything back due to my social ineptitude (even though once people get me talking about something that I love I can ramble a bit) and with how many people in my general area already sell PC. 3. I don't have all that many friends, especially ones that live anywhere near me. So what I want to know is: if it would be anywhere near a smart decision to be a PC Consultant. What's really holding me back is the fact that I'm not a hugely social person, to begin with. If it wasn't for that, then I feel like I'd definitely make a good consultant just because of my love for baking and cooking. But that is what worries me the most. So feel free to tell me the harsh reality, I'm open to criticism and even encouragement, but I want people's honest opinions. Pictures of foods that I have made (spoiler they're mostly cheesecakes lol) just for some fun I guess.