10 Ways to Get Your New Year Resolutions Back On Track

By Karen Orem. Just about all of us have done it, we set goals for the new year but when it comes down to making it happen, something always gets in the way, or we just give up.  We defeat ourselves because we’re just not as committed to our goals as we thought, and that [...]

By | January 30th, 2017|Direct Sales Leadership, Goals, Mindfulness|0 Comments

Keep Your Team Recruiting All the Time! [Video]

By Mary McLoughlin. Every leader gets excited about the thought of more people recruiting more people, but just how can you make that happen? It’s easier than you think. You begin with the assumption that recruiting is just one part of the job of a direct seller. Everyone is expected to recruit. As the leader, [...]

By | January 17th, 2017|Recruiting|0 Comments

Are You Ready to End Drama? [Video]

By Dana Phillips. We have just finished putting the last touches on our four-part series that you can be involved in this month.  But first, there is an important question: Are you ready to let go and eliminate the drama that takes place on your team?  If you’re not ready, then you probably want to [...]

How To Have Your Best Start in 2017

By Dana Phillips. With the holiday weekend gone and things starting to settle down for the rest of the holidays, I like to you take a deep breath and spend a few minutes thinking along with me about how you can you’re your best start ever in 2017. Look at your business in three key [...]

By | December 27th, 2016|Direct Sales Leadership, Focus Management|1 Comment

3 Steps in a “Stay on the Sidewalk” Talk

By Janet Daniels I have never met a leader who likes to have the “sidewalk talk.”  You know the one I mean. It’s like when you walk with a 3-year old and they want to pick your neighbor’s flowers.  Have you ever had to have the “stay on the sidewalk” talk with an adult?  It’s [...]

By | December 8th, 2016|Direct Sales Leadership, Leadership|0 Comments

How Avoid Worry

By Janet Daniels. It seems like there’s always plenty to worry about, isn’t there?  Whether it's friends or family issues, illness, money or world news, something always pops up with the potential to create worry. I’ve never thought of myself as a worrier.  And yet, as I’ve had to face tough times and decisions in [...]

By | November 29th, 2016|Direct Sales Leadership, Mindfulness|0 Comments

Insights into Life and Direct Sales: My Favorite Words

By Janet Daniels. When is the last time you made a list of your five favorite words?  Your list says a lot about you.  Your list is a glimpse inside your feelings and thoughts. It’s your laser focus.  You might even call it a strong glimpse into your “why.” Here are some that top my [...]

By | October 25th, 2016|Leadership|0 Comments

Real Words to Engage Your Hostess

By Mary McLoughlin. We hear it all the time at Team Connections, what should I say? Tell me what you would say. So, I am going to do just that. Over the next several blogs I will share the actual words I use in a variety of scenarios. You will probably want to watch the [...]

By | October 18th, 2016|Coaching|0 Comments

My Hardest Lesson: Check My Intent

By Janet Daniels. The hardest lesson I learned turned out to be the best lesson I ever learned. As a top leader, I was confident in my skills and had built a strong business. I knew how to book, hold great parties, recruit, promote and run my business successfully. I thought that if I trained [...]

The Ugly Truth about Multitasking [Video]

By Mary McLoughlin Direct selling allows you to have it all, right? Working your business in and around your family and the rest of your life is one of the wonderful things about owning your own business. The challenges arise when you attempt to do it all at once. We all do it; talk on [...]

By | September 22nd, 2016|Focus Management|3 Comments