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Do What I Do

By Neil Phillips I have had the opportunity to observe many leaders in business, some are field leaders while others are corporate. When I think [...]

Living Your Attitude of Gratitude

Three words seem to be bubbling up everywhere this week:  grateful, thankful, and appreciative.  Most of us want to live by these more often in [...]

Sharpen Your Saw

By Neil Phillips. High performers have the hardest time relaxing.  They are so tied up in performing that they can’t turn it off.  The result, [...]

What Makes Something Important?

By Neil Phillips. If a stranger were to watch you for a week, how would they know what is important in your life? We all [...]

5 Tips for Recruiting Success

By Karen Orem. Like many, you probably chose to begin your direct selling business because you fell in love with your product. You see its [...]

Coaching Through Fear

By Dana Phillips. Whether it is you or one of your team, fear can be an obstacle to any achievement. I am afraid of failing [...]

Want Better Planning? Approach It Like a Coach

By Neil Phillips. Several of the International Coach Federation’s Core Competencies are about designing actions, planning and goal setting.  When you approach planning like a [...]

Are You Focused on Today or Tomorrow?

By Neil Phillips. Nearly every hard-driving leader I've ever met has picked a singular goal for themselves.  You want to get product out the door; [...]

Three Steps to Getting Back in Control

By Neil Phillips. Reinhold Niebuhr wrote a prayer that, among other things, became adopted by Alcoholics Anonymous as well as other recovery programs.  It goes [...]

Close More Recruiting Conversations!

When it comes to inviting people to join you in the business, most sellers have two problems.  One is opening yourself up to have conversations [...]