DSWA Blog

Decisophobia - Overcome Procrastination

Posted on September 27th, 2012 by Steve Taubman

Of all the things you procrastinate about, I'm willing to bet that the biggest one is... making a decision. Every day, I have coaching clients present me with a litany of options and opportunities they've been sitting on; not taking action but to go back and roll those ideas around in their brains for just...more

Never Underestimate Someone

Posted on September 20th, 2012 by SerenaAyscue

Love thy neighbor--and if he happens to be tall, debonair and devastating, it will be that much easier.-Mae West I recently read the quote above and had a little chuckle.  It is true isn't it?  As humans, we are drawn to things that are beautiful.  I was reading Forbes magazine and it had a list...more

Keep Home Party Plan Audience Attention!

Posted on September 14th, 2012 by Deb Bixler

Just like with live stage performances, not every home party plan presentation you give is going to be a winner. You will run across some presentations where you seem to be losing the audience. To say that it happens in the home party business is not an exaggeration. But it happens much less often to...more

Team Training, Are you ready?!

Posted on September 7th, 2012 by karenorem

Congratulations!  You have that fresh newbie energy, that sparkle in your eye, and that bounce in your step.  Your friends and family can see that you’re excited, and you’re telling everyone you know about the great opportunity you’ve found. You may find it odd that some people don’t share the same enthusiasm that you do,...more

Being Committed vs. Being Attached

Posted on September 1st, 2012 by Doreen Marino

Are you achieving your goals?  If not, then it could be because you are attached to them rather than being committed to them. Being committed means being dedicated, loyal, devoted, steadfast and faithful.  Being attached means being emotionally involved. When you are committed to your goal, you are devoted and faithful to the end result....more