I was watching my tenacious basset hound, Bella, today. She doesn't take no for an answer. Then I started thinking about how many direct sales consultants could learn a lesson or two from Long Dog. For example, take the word No. Not too many of us like to be told no when there is something we want. This afternoon Bella wanted to get up on my … [Read more...] about Bella Says: No Means No For Now
Rejection stinks. Yet rejection is a natural part of of sales. You have to take the No's so you can get to the Yes's. Once you stop taking it personally and realize they're not saying No to you - they're saying No to your product or service .... for now, then you'll be able to comfortably approach strangers without fear of rejection. You'll … [Read more...] about How to Approach Strangers
If you're a direct seller, are you always on the clock? Or as Kenny Rogers says, is it important to "know when to hold "˜em, know when to fold "˜em, know when to walk away "¦?" I would agree that there are opportunities literally everywhere to introduce your products or business opportunity to someone. Yet are there times that even if an … [Read more...] about Do You Ever Clock Out From Direct Sales?