January Sales Success is a State of Mind

You can easily feel victimized by your business at the end of January.  You feel like you have no control because of the weather, sick kids, money woes, and team members who want to move on.

Now think about the January you want to create.  Doesn’t look the same, does it? This January is one […]

Get Up to Full Speed for January

If you were challenged to go out and personally sell $10,000 next week, you would be hard pressed to do it.  Even if you were offered double your normal commission, you probably couldn’t do it.

If you were challenged to go out and sell $10,000 during the second week of January, you could make it […]

How to love Mondays…

Mondays are my favorite day of the week. I know, I know, you think I must be crazy! Mondays are the days I get to start over. Whatever happened last week is done and it’s fresh beginning time. Think about it. When did you start your last diet, exercise routine or new job? I […]

Keeping It Together ‘On the Go’

Does it ever feel like you live in your car? Family life and a direct selling business business can really keep you on the move. Between school runs, car pools, home and business errands, networking, meetings and selling events, you are never home! Staying on top of all the areas of your life can […]

Handling Rejection

When building a business, there are times when you have to do things that make you uncomfortable. Asking people to have a party, set an appointment or join your business may be some of those things. Let’s think about it, one of the reasons you don’t want to do this may be because you’re […]

Handling Interruptions

Interruptions are coming at us from all directions and from many different people and devices all day long? Studies show that for every interruption you have, it takes 15 minutes to recover and refocus.  It’s a wonder you get anything done, isn’t it?

So what do you do to keep interruptions to a minimum?  Here […]

What Direct Seller Needs a Performance Coach?

Performance coaches abound in many fields of top players. Any athlete who competes at a high level has a performance coach.  If you think about people training for the Olympics, they wouldn’t dream of working without a coach. Most professional musicians and artist use performance coaches on a regular basis.

Many corporations provide performance coaching […]

By |September 25th, 2014|Coaching|0 Comments|

Four Reasons Why Coaching Works

If you have ever had a real coach, not someone who just tells you what to do, you will attest to the value you have found.  In an extensive study by the International Coach Federation, 99% of those surveyed reported they were satisfied with the overall coaching experience.

Here are just a few of the […]

By |September 23rd, 2014|Coaching|0 Comments|

Managing Expectations

You’ve taken the steps to establish expectations with your team member. You both have a clear picture of her “what and why”, have set her goals, agreed on an action plan and set a target date for completion. You’ve created a solid foundation for a successful partnership. Now, it’s time to manage those expectations […]

Establishing Expectations

New consultants who join a direct selling company are expecting to get something from the experience. Some want part-time income; others want full-time income. Some are looking for a career change and leadership opportunity. And some just want to make friends and have fun!

Whether you are working with a new consultant to start fast, […]