Whether you’re a new homeowner looking for a first set of kitchen utensils or simply tired of your boring old utensils and want something with a little more flare, check out Jonathan’s Spoons. After being laid off, Jonathan decided he wanted to work for himself. Using his degree in art and design Roderick Schacher, he started his own business making wooden spoons. Jonathan wanted to make something that was not only functional, but visually appealing as well.
Jonathan got the idea to make spoons one day when he forgot to pack a spoon in his lunch. He worked in a furniture store, so by using a piece of scrap wood he was able to quickly create a spoon. Several years later after being laid off from a different job, he remembered the spoon he had made working in the furniture store. It was the beginning of Jonathan’s Spoons.
Jonathan’s small spoon making company, which is started in the late 1970’s, quickly blossomed into something great. After using several different types of wood, he settled on cherry. Jonathan believed cherry wood was perfect because of its durability, smoothness, grain and color. With the success spoons brought him, Jonathan’s Spoons became a line of utensils, including spatulas, spreaders, salad tongs, and of course, spoons.
Besides the magnificent cherry wood Jonathan uses, many of the utensils have designs that set Jonathan’s apart from others. These designs are created using a flame to blacken the wood. By using a flame, many of Jonathan’s utensils are spotted or striped, giving them a unique, lovely look.
Jonathan’s Spoons has gotten so popular, that they’re even used by professional chefs. Rachel Ray loves one of Jonathan’s products, the original Lazy Spoon. It was even featured by Oprah in her ‘O’ magazine. If that’s not enough, Jonathan goes out of his way to make spoons for left-handed chefs as well. No more struggling for lefties when it comes time to cooking! Also, everything about Jonathan’s wooden spoons is American. The wood comes from Pennsylvanian forests and every spoon and utensil is handmade there as well. There is something special about using handmade utensils while cooking a good meal at home.
From struggling to get by to a successful utensil artist, Jonathan has managed to take his passion for art and turn it into something great. These utensils not only look great, but perform excellently as well. Whether you need to pour, scoop, whisk, mix, spread, grab, strain, Jonathan’s spoons are up to the task. These high quality utensils will bring many years of use. Don’t settle for anything less. If you’re reading this, then you’ve probably heard of Jonathan Budd. It would be shocking if you haven’t yet ran into his messages online. Jonathan is one of a handful of Rock Star online MLM producers. In fact, over the last 3 months, I think I’ve seen him in almost all of the Google searches that I’ve done for anything to do with the MLM industry.
This article isn’t written to brag on Mr. Jonathan Budd. Instead, it’s written with the intention of giving you some valuable insights into the world of MLM prosperity. I’ll do my best to keep it brief, so here we go:
The first concept I want you to understand is that MLM success takes more work than you think it does. Building a business in this industry either takes a lot of money or a lot of hard work. Unfortunately for all of our lazy natures, there really isn’t any way to avoid one or the other. A good example is that i promote my business online through mostly content creation, articles and videos. I engage in marketing strategies, content creation, etc for a minimum of 2 hours per day, every day. When i started, it took me forever to start getting a steady lead flow of even 10 leads per day (like 2 months). However, in six months, I was getting 50 leads per day. Sometimes I take 4 hours and I do it EVERY DAY. If someone gets jealous of the amount of leads I get, or people I sponsor, I just remind them how much longer I’ve been being consistent at creating original content online.
Tip #2: If you want leadership recognition, leads, and people to sponsor, you need to create A lot of original content and get A lot of attention online. Unfortunately, there’s no way to cut corners with this one. This is an easy skill to learn, but you’ve got to be consistent at the creation and promotion of your own unique content or you’re going to fall flat on your face. Look at Jonathan Budd, for example. Mr. Budd has reviews, tips, training, and advice on almost every subject a prospect could think of regarding online MLM strategies. Jonathan’s got videos, audios, and articles posted all over the internet all pointing back to a central message of ‘Attraction Marketing’ and his online MLM system. OF COURSE he makes a lot of money. It’s not a matter of any secrets or special philosophy with Jonathan, it’s just a lot of content creation, exposure, and hard work.