As I mentioned before, I have been in Direct Sales for more than 10 years. I worked previously with another company and the past 3+ years with Plunder Design. For both companies, I’ve held leadership positions and led a successful team in my downline.
Last week, I shared the first of several Direct Sales podcasts I recorded recently with my friend and colleague Paul Carpenter, co-founder at Life in the Zone. The first podcast focused on “Are you thinking about Direct Sales?“ Today’s Podcast is “Overcoming Objections in Recruiting Your Downline.”
Recruiting your Direct Sales Downline
Whether you are a Plunder stylist or you work with another direct sales company, I’m confident my Direct Sales posts will be beneficial for you. You can listen to my first podcast, search for “Direct Sales” posts here on the blog, or you can check out posts here, here and here to get started.
Have your heard these before?
- “I’m not a salesperson.”
- “I don’t have time.”
- “I’ll be uncomfortable asking friends and family to host a party or join my team.”
- “Direct sales is a pyramid scheme.”
Well sister, I’ve heard them all. More than once. Or twice. 😀 In my second podcast, I focus on recruiting your downline and how to overcome the objections you will hear from potential recruits. Building your downline is an essential part of growing your business and maximizing your direct sales income. I”ll provide tips and strategies that will get you on your way to recruiting team members who are as excited about direct sales as you are. If I can do it, so can you!
Direct Sales has been a blessing for me and my family…a life changer…the difference between barely surviving financially to buying and completely renovating and updating my parents’ farmhouse and farm. From working for someone else to being my own boss.
This is why I’m passionate about helping other women be successful in their direct sales businesses.
I know the possibilities. I live them.
So, listen to the podcasts. Then, if you are in Direct Sales and you have questions, please contact me. I’m happy to chat and provide additional information or resources. Good luck recruiting!!