20 Minute Power Hour for Your Direct Sales Business on Hostess Coaching

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Effective Hostess Coaching in your direct sales business is one of the most important aspects you can perfect in your business.

Working just 20 minutes a week on hostess coaching can yield HUGE results including:

  1. Increased sales
  2. Increased bookings
  3. Increased recruits
  4. And long term success in this business

I have compiled a list of tasks you can work on during your 20 minutes of Hostess Coaching. It’s SO easy. But you have to be committed to your business and your hostesses in order to make it successful.

This is a 5 part series, so you’ll want to check out all 5 posts on my main blog page this week. If you haven’t subscribed to my blog, now would be a great time to do so! So you don’t miss a single post. You’ll have all 5 files to work your business successfully by the end of this week.

Watch this quick video on some great ideas and what I do with this Hostess Coaching file:

The two questions I’m going to ask you over and over stem from a quote I heard a couple weeks ago:

A committed heart will always find a way. A non-committed heart will always find an excuse.

Are you committed?

And how much time do you have to devote to your business a day?

All it takes is 20 minutes a day workingย one aspect of your business. Here’s an example:

Monday: Hostess Coaching

Tuesday: Booking

Wednesday: Customer Service

Thursday: Recruiting

Friday: Marketing

Watch the video above and then use this file to create a time efficient and EFFECTIVE hostess coaching system in just 20 minutes a week:ย http://1drv.ms/1QqmbLq

Melissa Fietsam, Ind. Senior Executive Director at Thirty-One Gifts

www.buymybags.com

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2 thoughts on “20 Minute Power Hour for Your Direct Sales Business on Hostess Coaching

    Brandy Davis said:
    April 12, 2016 at 9:08 pm

    Melissa,
    Thank you so much for providing us with all of this information!!! My question is how long do you schedule catalog orders for? An approximate time frame. I never seem to be able to end on time! So I thought, well, maybe I am not scheduling them long enough. I am just not sure! TYIA! B-

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