Do you believe that being the best in your company, or having fame and recognition, will bring you happiness? The answer is no. Recognition and/or fame are not permanent. It’s nice to be recognized on stage or for a
By Bonnie McConaughy Running any kind of business is difficult. You are juggling a million things at once: figuring things out, getting sales, making connections, and much more! It can be exhausting and overwhelming, to say the least.
When there are thousands of other consultants selling the same thing, how do you set yourself apart? How do you reach the most potential customers or team members? While excellent customer service and networking are terrific along with social media
By Deb Bixler Setting sales goals in your home business is a best business practice that all successful businesses utilize. It is especially important in a home business. Goal setting should be part of your overall plan to reach your
I have found that consistent follow-up with customers, hosts, and prospects brings home the gold over time. It can increase a direct sales income by 25-50% just through the connections and relationships that you develop. The more interest you show
Last week Jenny Bywater, The Booster, talked about reminders, games, and the dreaded guest list. This week she delves into sending a confirmation postcard, the expense of mailing the invites, and her ultimate way to party. So here we go!
My interview with Jenny Bywater from The Booster continues. We left off asking "who should be sending the invites to the guests?" Should it be the host or the consultant? Jenny responded in the last article that it should be
I have been interviewing Jenny Bywater from The Booster and today's article is Part 3 in the series. We have been talking about how you put the Party back into your parties. Since fall is right around the corner I
I am a big fan and follower of Jenny Bywater, from The Booster. Jenny has found a way to put more "party" into your party plan business and has been sharing on this subject for many years. Jenny and I are
There are times in all of our businesses when we need to do a pause and a reset. Listen to Kari Driscoll as she explains The Meaning of the Arrow! Do you need to do this