Direct Sales Consultant Tip

January 14, 2012 · Filed Under Attitudes & Goals, Direct Sales Marketing · Comments Off on Direct Sales Consultant Tip 

Direct Sales Consultants Smile At Vendor Events! In the direct sales business, you gain a positive reputation with your professional demeanor. That is why a smile should be considered one of your most important marketing tools. The next time you head out to a vendor event, go shopping or head out on the town, you […]

10 Tips for Time Management in Direct Sales

December 24, 2009 · Filed Under Attitudes & Goals, Direct Sales Marketing · 1 Comment 

It seems there are usually more things to do then there are hours in the day. With busy schedules and busier lives important things often get forgotten or pushed aside until it’s too late to do them. Time management is essential in all areas of life, especially if you’re running a direct sales business from […]

Unsuccessful Sales Tactics to Avoid

September 28, 2009 · Filed Under Attitudes & Goals, Direct Sales Marketing · Comments Off on Unsuccessful Sales Tactics to Avoid 

Most direct sales consultants study ways to sell more and get new customers. Few, however, study what not to do. Here are some sales tactics that will not only lose sales for you, but they can truly sabotage your business if allowed free reign. Watch for them, and eliminate them from your direct sales business […]

6 Home Business-Party Plan Success Tips

September 21, 2009 · Filed Under Attitudes & Goals, Direct Sales Marketing · Comments Off on 6 Home Business-Party Plan Success Tips 

The home business industry is growing quickly due to its ability to fill a new niche in this fast-paced lifestyle. Customer service is a commodity that many consumers crave in the marketplace and home business owners, specifically party plan professionals are in a position offer awesome customer service and fill that need. The desire for […]

Use Self-Talk to Succeed in Direct Sales

September 16, 2009 · Filed Under Attitudes & Goals, Direct Sales Marketing · 1 Comment 

Maria, a 33 year old direct sales consultant for a well-known beauty and skin care company, wanted desperately to succeed in her business. She struggled, however, with low self-esteem and didn’t believe she was qualified or capable of creating her own success working at home. On the verge of giving up on her business and […]

10 Ways to Relieve Stress as a WAHM

September 14, 2009 · Filed Under Attitudes & Goals, Direct Sales Marketing · 1 Comment 

Working at home and being a WAHM can be stressful at times. It seems there is never enough time, children cry for our attention, husbands and family members place demands on us, and even full or part-time jobs play a role in adding to our stress. That’s why it’s important to find ways to alleviate […]

Dress for Success in Direct Sales

April 17, 2009 · Filed Under Attitudes & Goals, Direct Sales Marketing · 1 Comment 

There was a time when the concept of dressing for success was all over the news and media. Public speakers shared tips and ideas in dress for success seminars. Radio talk shows interviewed dress for success authors. Television shows invited guests to demonstrate ways viewers could dress for success. But like many fads, this one […]

Can I work a Direct Sales Business Along with a Full Time Job?

April 4, 2009 · Filed Under Attitudes & Goals · Comments Off on Can I work a Direct Sales Business Along with a Full Time Job? 

Someone working full time still has to come home, do the laundry, make dinner, spend time with the family, do the paperwork and other household duties. You’d think they would barely have enough time to get to bed at a decent hour let alone build a successful direct sales business. Yet they do it.

Focus Your Energies for Direct Sales Success

March 24, 2009 · Filed Under Attitudes & Goals · Comments Off on Focus Your Energies for Direct Sales Success 

As wives and moms we learn early how to multi-task and accomplish several things at once. We cook supper while feeding the baby, iron clothes while talking on the phone, straighten up the living room while helping a child find her shoes. We seldom, if ever, do only one thing at a time. That’s why […]

Making “NO” Your Favorite Word

February 16, 2009 · Filed Under Attitudes & Goals · Comments Off on Making “NO” Your Favorite Word 

In direct sales, the word “NO” should become one of your favorite words.  When we learn to say no to certain things in business and our personal lives for that matter, we become more productive and successful in the things that truly matter. Are you so focused on trying to do everything that you forget […]

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