Learn how to make a list like a direct sales boss! Plus, a free printable to help you get started making your list today!
Congratulations! You have decided to get started in direct sales! That officially makes you a business owner! It is such an exciting time! Being a business owner has many advantages hourly or salary employees do not enjoy. To fully get these benefits of being a business owner it is important to get your business finances organized. In this post we’ll share the things we’ve learned in our entrepreneurial journey and how we organize and keep track of our business finances and prepare for tax season.
Learn why you need to build your personal brand within your direct sales company’s corporate brand to stand out in a crowded market.
With any crisis, comes opportunity. Opportunity for you to connect with others. Opportunity for you to learn new skills. Opportunity for you to help others. So… what do you say? Here’s a few suggestions when reaching out to others as you continue to build your direct sales business, even during times of uncertainty.
In this post I share my thoughts on how the Coronavirus will impact your direct sales business and share a few suggestions on things you can do to make some shifts in your business to still stay present and profitable while there’s a lot of “unknowns”.
Building business habits will help you grow your direct sales business. Learn how, and get a FREE Daily Direct Sellers Checklist.
Has the thought “Should I quit my direct sales biz?” ever crossed your mind? Or, do you have teammates on the fence about staying or going? Well today, let’s talk about just that — Should I quit my direct sales biz?
Building relationships as direct sellers is important. How we build these relationships makes all the difference. Learn more here.
How do you say what you want to say without sounding too aggressive, spammy, and awkward?! I’ve been around the direct sales industry for a while now, and I’ve noticed some things that happen time and time again that are huge barriers to getting a yes. Today let’s talk about these mistakes (so you can avoid them) AND my best solutions!
Check out the Best of 2018: A Year in Review. You’ll also find a bonus planning worksheet as you review your own 2018 and look to making plans for 2019.