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Questions That Team Coaches Ask...

Posted on November 22nd, 2012 by The DSWA

So many great sales leaders have refined the use of questions to negotiate. This often works great with sales but not so well when coaching.Many budding coaches find it difficult to frame questions that do not lead, color the water, or direct the person they are coaching.Questions like: Wouldn’t you agree that …. Don’t you...more

Tips To Keep Your Home Party Audiences Attention

Posted on November 13th, 2012 by Deb Bixler

Home party consultants enjoy the freedom of making their own schedule, but there are plenty of challenges that come with that freedom. If you want to sell product, then you need to develop a presentation that keeps your audience's attention. In most cases, that is a lot harder to do than it sounds. Part of...more

Debby Tarrh, My Coaching Progress

Posted on November 7th, 2012 by Debby Tarrh

I like to think about how far I have come since my introduction to coaching. My first introduction to coaching was the Elite course through the DSWA. After just my first day at coach school, I realized that what I had been doing with what I learned in Elite was not coaching, that I was...more

What Are You Working For?

Posted on November 1st, 2012 by SerenaAyscue

When you originally joined a party plan, mlm or direct selling company, there was a reason.  Perhaps it was that you loved the product, maybe  it was that you could use some extra money, perhaps it was both? After 30, 60 or 90 days that new exciting feeling wears off and you realize that you...more

3 Home Party Games To Try

Posted on October 21st, 2012 by Deb Bixler

Games are a great way to boost sales at your next home party. They break the ice, put guests at ease, and stir up interest in your products. The more fun your guests and hosts have at the party, the more likely they will be to make a purchase or even become a recruit. A...more