DSWA Blog

What's your goat?

Posted on June 16th, 2012 by Steve Taubman

While coaching a client yesterday about the sheer overwhelm she's been experiencing, and the inevitable consequence of feeling numb and passionless, I was reminded of an ancient Sufi story about Nasruddin, who lived in a small hut with his wife, seven children, five dogs, three cats, twelve chickens, three sheep and a goat. One day,...more

Schedule A Year Round Direct Sales Business

Posted on June 7th, 2012 by Deb Bixler

Consistent Year Round Sales Business Regardless of what products you sell, the home party business is a year-round enterprise. Consultants that rely on their sales revenue for regular income do not want to see the flow of money stop because sales are seasonal. There are just as many good reasons to host an event in...more

Coaching, DiSC, and Heart-Centered Listening

Posted on June 2nd, 2012 by Gale Bates

The DSWA Coach Excellence course emphasizes the values of the international language of DISC. I can’t express enough how this program has helped me in my own coaching business.On every webinar, the conversations with trainers and students were based around the knowledge of DISC. This created positive interactions and discussions and led to a greater...more

Do it now

Posted on May 26th, 2012 by Steve Taubman

A couple months ago, I decided to launch the Mindfulness Assessment, and to offer it free to anyone interested in learning their Mindfulness Quotient. This quiz, comprised of just ten questions, has had a remarkable effect on many people. For one thing, individuals are have written from all over the planet to say how much...more

Dealing With Difficult Party Plan Customers

Posted on May 19th, 2012 by Deb Bixler

One of the things you need to include in your party plan meeting training for all of your consultants is how to deal with difficult people at an event. Even though your events are by invitation, there will still be the occasion where you will need to deal with someone who tries to interrupt your...more