Jane complained from the start: NOBODY was there to her help out. The person who signed her up was never around. Never answered her calls, never sent out emails or texts of team calls, never showed up at events. She felt alone. Nobody went to her house to teach her how to do “parties”. Never did 3 way calls, gave her NO direction. Just signed her up and went dark. Continue reading
The other day at the beach, my 4 year old (in the pic) came up to me with this plastic, flimsy, very small net with a hole in it (in pic) and said “mommy, let’s catch a fish!”. I looked down at the toy net and only one thought came to my mind: “no freakin’ way that I can catch a fish with that.” No way. Continue reading
This is one of the most common objections or “lies” that people tell themselves when they start out as an Entrepreneur. “I’m not a salesperson”. Do you hear this from others? Do you say it to others? It’s not as bad as you think…
Watch here now! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ub81YbJMIEs
Nobody is instantly an expert in any industry. Network Marketing is no exception. When I first started, I had NO idea what I was doing, but I did it anyway. I plugged into my support team, I attended events and I learned as much as I could along the way.
I also learned that not all activities were helping me reach my goals – no matter how fun some of them were! Continue reading
Ever find your self wanting to order from an infomercial something you don’t even need?
There are just some words out there that seem to grab attention, more than others… Continue reading
While watching the Olympics this summer I’ve had time to reflect on the things that I want to exemplify in my pursuit of the American Dream. The Olympic spirit is contagious and most of the world becomes enthralled as we watch the Olympic games unfold on the world’s biggest stage. I don’t often get a chance to sit down and watch TV but I found myself completely engrossed in the hype the other night as I watched Continue reading
When you enter into business, it’s not enough to pay your business costs, buy your product, throw a website up and start going to town marketing it. ALL are necessary, but not enough for long term growth. It is imperative that you make the commitment: the commitment to not quit, the commitment to your team, the commitment to yourself, the commitment to be here next year – no matter what. When next year comes, make the commitment again. Continue reading
Business Tip #1: When starting out in Direct Sales, research the industry, which company speaks to you, your mission, your passions, and your interests. Also consider the timing of the products and services…is there a big market for what you are doing? What is the size of the market?? If it’s a gender, age or cultural specific product, you may be cutting out HALF of more of your potential market, so think about that. Also Continue reading
Ok, I’m not talking about the way you sit or stand. I’m talking about your attitude, your belief and conviction in what you’re doing. How excited and convinced are you about your own products or services? Do you believe in them? Do others see that? Put it this way: If you are watching Continue reading
I know, I know, you’ve heard it a million times, right! First thing to do when you get into a Direct Selling company is make a list. All your friends, family, neighbors, co-workers, acquaintances and then spam them, right? WRONG!!
Should you make a list? Continue reading