What Do I Say to Recruit My Hostess?

By Mary McLoughlin. Are you a party plan direct seller? Then your next new team member is probably your next hostess. That is, if you intentionally invite her. After I learned three simple ways to invite every hostess to join my team, my recruiting skyrocketed and became consistent. It really is as simple as 1, [...]

By | July 28th, 2016|Recruiting|0 Comments

The Wrong Way to Cast Vision [Video]

By Dana Phillips. Earlier this month, I posted a video about casting your vision for the second half of the year. Your team looks to you to lead, and part of leadership is casting a vision. The only thing that can go wrong is when you can the wrong vision.  How can you do that? [...]

By | July 26th, 2016|Direct Sales Leadership, Goals|0 Comments

Keeping the Main Thing the Main Thing

By Janet Daniels. Conference is always an exciting time!  As a new leader, I set my goals for the fall and came home excited and focused. I was determined to keep the “main thing the main thing” and achieve my goals. It wasn't long before I was back to doing the urgent things and not [...]

By | July 21st, 2016|conferences, Focus Management|0 Comments

What Do I Say When They Object? [Video]

By Mary McLoughlin. You’ve heard it before.  You get to the point of the “ask” and you hear it. I don’t have enough time… I have to ask my husband… I’m not a sales person… I don’t have the money… Sound familiar? If you have asked people to join your business you have heard these [...]

By | July 19th, 2016|Recruiting|0 Comments

How I learned to THINK before opening my mouth

By Dana Phillips. If you are like me (and most direct sellers), then you think while talking rather than thinking before talking.  While my spontaneity can be refreshing, it can also lead to running my mouth before I engage my brain.  Here is a tool that I use to slow things down so that I [...]

By | July 14th, 2016|Leadership, Mindfulness|0 Comments

The Importance of the Why

By Janet Daniels. “When your WHY is big enough, your HOW will find a way.” I recently saw a Facebook post with this quotation. As I reflected on my own direct selling career, I thought about how it began. I was a consultant for nine months before I recruited anyone (she asked me if she [...]

By | July 12th, 2016|building leaders, Goals|0 Comments

Weekend Love, July Nine

By Neil Phillips. At the point in time that you are probably reading this, I am in a car driving back from a fishing vacation in Canada.  I believe in vacations; in turning off your busy life to enjoy a different chapter for a little while.  I know I’m not alone, which is why this [...]

By | June 28th, 2016|Reviews and Callouts|0 Comments

What Do I Say When Recruiting a Stranger?

By Mary McLoughlin. Getting out of your warm market and into the world of strangers can feel a bit uncomfortable. It involves talking to complete strangers and asking them to get involved with your business. YIKES! I know some of you are completely at home striking up conversations with strangers, but if you are more [...]

By | June 28th, 2016|Recruiting|0 Comments

Leading the Second Half of the Year: What You Need to Be Doing [Video]

By Dana Phillips. Congratulations!  You’ve made it through the first half of the year.  That’s an important milestone. Whether you are ahead, even, or behind where you want to be, it doesn’t matter.  What matters is how you are starting today to move forward into the second half of 2016. There are three things that [...]

By | June 28th, 2016|Direct Sales Leadership|0 Comments

What the One Percenters Do [Video]

By Dana Phillips You are reading this or watching the video because you want to up your leadership; become a better direct seller so you can grow your team, support your team, and up your income. Ninety-nine percent of the direct selling leaders that we work with know how to recruit, book, sell, and advance [...]

By | June 28th, 2016|Coaching, Direct Sales Leadership|0 Comments