Last summer, I had the opportunity to attend a convention of direct sellers in my industry. It was amazing to connect with so many incredible women rocking their business and there was one talk in particular that still resonates with me daily. A retailer got up on stage and talked about "no misses" . . .
I decided to become a fashion retailer when my youngest son (of three!) was only six months old. Sounds crazy, right? I was feeling lost and lonely and like my personality was slipping away, leaving only "Mom". So when I saw the opportunity to expand my world and knowledge, I jumped. Let me tell you . . .
I have been in the direct sales business for the past year and I discovered that it can feel a lot like herding cats trying to run it! Luckily, I have found some trainings, tools, and tips that have made being a small business owner a much easier prospect. Trainings Suite SassyPants This is my . . .
If you are a social network seller, one of the most pressing issues is how to get new eyes on your product. For most of us, that means growing our Facebook group where we build community and sell. But how do you do that? Let's talk about a couple of options to grow the group. Looping This is one . . .
Maybe you have fallen in love with the beautiful styles of Agnes&Dora and you want to take the next step to selling them. Maybe you see an opportunity for success and want to seize it or you are just exploring some options. Whatever the case, let's talk about how to make the jump and join the . . .
In direct sales, it is common to have a "sponsor": someone you sign up under to join the company who may or may not receive compensation for your referral or sales. Many people are successful without a great sponsor, but I personally think having an awesome team leader gives you a little extra . . .
If you have been around direct sales for more than a hot minute, you have probably heard the term "my why"--the reason someone joined this business. Mine begins and ends with my online community. Let's talk about why you need an online group even if your company provides a website to shop. 1. . . .