“Gracious words are like a honeycomb,
sweetness to the soul, health to the body.” – Proverbs 16:2-4

Do you feel like you should be making more money for the amount of work you put into direct selling?

Are you spreading yourself thin by working for more than one direct selling company and yet, combined, barely break even?

Oh honey…

If you said yes to either or both of these questions, we need to talk!

There is no reason why you shouldn’t be basking in the land of milk and honey with me. That is, if you are approaching direct selling the way it is intended – an industry built upon trust based purchases.

Call me old school if you want, but sales is sales is sales.
People buy from those they like and trust.

Even in today’s high tech world, ‘high touch’ is still the key to direct selling success. Some of the biggest direct selling brands will tell you that their high performers are those that have great people skills and, now, use mobile technology to stay more connected with customers and sales teams.

So where does this leave you?

Are you people challenged? Are you tech challenged? Or perhaps you are juggling more than one product and you have no idea which way is up?

You need to be ready to take a look within and admit where you need most help in. I mean there’s a reason why personal development training is the biggest investment by the best direct selling companies. They know, like I know, that nothing beats someone with a strong work ethic, amazing relationship skills and faith in themselves.

Ok, take a deep breath sweetie because I know it can seem a bit overwhelming but the good news is that there is light at the end of the tunnel! You need only let “Queen P” help sort things out and be your guide to the land of prosperity!

So…are you ready to get busy with me?

“Our representatives continue to build relationships and have a passion for products, and our business is still high-touch, even though it’s now high-tech too. Customers can connect with their representatives in person, over the phone, via email or through social media. While the world is a different place today than when Avon started, it is the personal touch that connects our customers to our representatives.” – Sheri McCoy, Avon CEO

Coach Pat

Humble Beginnings

but with a strong work ethic she went from a busy bee to Queen Bee, leading a hive in producing sweet honey.