• Go For Ignore: 10 Step Strategy to Use Facebook to Get More Yes’s

    As a small biz owner, direct sales leader or party plan rep, you’ve probably heard one or more of these success tips, maybe even from me: The more No’s you get, the better chance you’ll have at a yes. No’s are necessary to succeed. Instead of fearing rejection, embrace it. The next call could be a yes. 1 in 10 will

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  • More Customers In 30 Days, Part 1: Vendor Events and Expos

    Note: This is Part 1 of a 7 part series, More Customers in 30 Days: 7 Awesome Strategies to Book More Parties and Attract Motivated People to Your Direct Sales Business Does this sound familiar? Your upline Leader suggested you make a contact list of at least 50 people to launch your new business, including friends, family, coworkers, neighbors…”everyone you know!”

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  • 5 Selfies That Empower Women to Be More Confident and Connected

    After running from table to table to take a selfie with family and friends at my daughter’s wedding, I realized I have a problem. I’m addicted to selfies. Looking through the hundreds (ok, thousands) of photos in my camera roll, many of which are selfies, I realized why. I’m more confident when I’m photographed in a selfie versus a traditional

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  • 10 Inspiring Ways to Recognize Your Team

    Recognition is not only a big confidence and self-esteem booster, it’s also a big motivation driver that can lead to bigger results. Sure, we all look like professional, mature pros on the outside, but inside we’re still that 2nd grader hoping to get a gold star on our homework so our Mom will proudly display our achievement on the refrigerator.

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  • 5 Winning Ideas To Find Your Rhythm

    If you’re feeling frustrated and nothing seems to be working in your small business, chances are you’ve lost your rhythm. It’s the natural ebb and flow of life. There are moments when we feel unstoppable, like the energy of a powerful wave racing across the ocean. Then, there are times when we lose our biz mojo, feeling more like a

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  • 3 Brilliant Ideas To Find New Customers

    When I left my corporate career to start a direct sales biz in 1990, I had zero women friends. My co-workers were all men, I had just moved to a new area, and my immediate family said no to booking a party. What the heck? I knew I had to get out of mommy-mode and make new connections. Before we

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