If one more direct selling company or sponsor encourages new recruits to Make a List of 100 People You Know, I'm going to stick a fork in my eye! I'm talking about the practice of spamming the snot out of their friends, family and acquaintances. It goes against the entire concept of target marketing and finding a niche. No wonder the direct … [Read more...] about Throw Out That List of 100
Attitudes are contagious. If you spend time with someone who is always crabbing and complaining, it too can drag you down. It won’t be long before you also start to adopt nonproductive emotions and attitudes. Likewise, if you spend time with those who are positive, chipper and generally happy, it’s easy to maintain your own peaceful, joyful … [Read more...] about Would You Rather Join With an Eeyore or a Tigger Sponsor?
Will Brake for Garage Sales Some independent direct sales consultants have a garage sale mentality when it comes to recruiting new team members. See if you are one of them: You either target particular garage sales, yard sales, church sales, neighborhood sales or estate sales based on ads you've seen on Craig’s List or other advertising … [Read more...] about Garage Sale Recruiting
You can find much information on building your direct selling business. There are plenty of books, articles and blogs on what some deem as best practices to recruit. What you won't find too much of is what not to do. If you don't recruit the right way you just come off looking desperate. If you are already thinking, "But that's not focusing on … [Read more...] about Top 3 Ways to Look Desperate with Scentsy Recruiting
I was recently apart of a conversation where a potential new direct sales consultant wanted to know some good questions she should be asking before she joins to represent a company. I admire anyone who does research ahead of time and chooses a company and a sponsor wisely. It sets the foundation to a strong business. I've offered a number of … [Read more...] about Who Cares How Many?