In my last blog, I talked about things I thought I had to do to be successful in direct sales.
It was so scary for me that I considered quitting — lots of times.
Until I discovered the secret that made all those fears go away. And they went away in an instant — it was almost like magic!
The secret is to put the spotlight on the other person. Focus on her and find out what she wants.
I learned not to share what I had to offer until I found out if she was interested in something I had to offer. It was as easy as sharing what I am excited about. For example: “I’m so excited about my new paper crafting hobby! It’s so much fun and I’d love for you to have fun too! Are you interested in hearing more about it?” If she said, “no,” I didn’t feel rejected. Because she didn’t say “no” to me, she said “no” to having fun paper crafting! And I would simply look for the next person to share with!
I began reaching out more and more, looking for those people who wanted “to have fun paper crafting.” All the while, building and strengthening relationships with everyone I spoke to — even the people who said, “no.” They weren’t saying “no” to me, they were saying “no” to having fun!
Are you ready to find out how to do that in YOUR direct sales business? Look for my next blog posting to get the answer!