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Tis the Season Party Plan People for January Bookings

 

While many of the party plan business owners are focused on their holiday parties and sales, it is also time to start planning for the new year.  To keep your business flowing, you also should be booking for January. Business does not stop with the holidays.  All businesses must stay open through the season to insure those paychecks are kept rolling in.

Party Plan Companies will have a cut off date for final sales to insure holiday delivery, but not everyone must have their deliveries for the holiday so keep those parties and sales going.  Offer additional incentives for bookings and guests.

 

January and the New Year Bookings

 

Not only in January but every month, you as a independent business owner, should go above and beyond of what your company offers for specials for bookings, attendance at your parties and sales.  Often party plan companies will offer additional hostess rewards or specials for January parties, but what will you be offering to your hostesses and party guests for bookings and sales in January?

 

Here are some tips of how you can encourage party plan bookings and sales in January or in any month:

1.  Have a Hostest with the Mostest Club, every month.  Each hostess who meets party sales and or booking goals for the month,  will be entered into a drawing for a great gift!  Some ideas would be a Gift certificate for a manicure and pedicure, gift certificates to retail stores, spa treatment, housekeeper for a day, etc. You set the limits on minimum sales and bookings and also on the gift certificate amounts.  Keep in mind that the drawing is at the end of the month, so that you have your earnings from these parties to purchase the gift certificates.  Always keep your earnings in mind when planning your sales and giveaways so you aren’t giving away all of your earnings!

2.  Offer free shipping to your guests with a minimum purchase.

3.  Offer a nice gift basket to your hostesses as a drawing for those who meet minimum party sales.  You can make these up yourself.  What basket themes can you offer?

4.  Offer a discount for those guests who pair up jewelry items.  For example: if you buy the earrings and necklace together, there is an extra 10% off.

5.  Those hostesses who book in January will receive an extra bonus gift at the time of their party.  Make it a nice gift.  A nice gift does not have to cost a lot.  Pick up on some of those holiday sales for bonus gifts for January.

6.  Offer gift cards to guests for minimum purchase amounts.  When you offer a Bella Shaye Gift Card, you receive your commissions discount off the sale of the gift card.

7.  Offer additional gifts and incentives for more bookings from your hostess and guests.  Everyone knows someone else!

 

Always be sure your hostesses or guests meet the minimums you put in place before giving away the gifts.  Always keep your business flowing and your paychecks coming in by being open for business through the holiday season!

 

Start a Party Plan Business with Bella Shaye Jewelry Bella Shaye Jewelry since 2007. Bella Shaye is a company helping others to become self employed using the method of direct sales. Bella Shaye Jewelry is a fee free direct sales jewelry ground floor opportunity, working with only those who can commit to a average minimum of part time hours per week in their individual business. This is our way of providing a fee free company to our serious business owners and keeping our saturation low so that each business owner has the opportunity to grow his or her business in their hometown. We offer generous commissions of 30-40% plus up to 18% on your team. We are here to help others start a home based business of their own and enjoy the benefits and rewards of becoming a entrepreneur.

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The Lies About a Direct Sales Business

Warning.  If you aren’t ready for the lies and the truth about a direct sales business, then this article is probably not for you.

 

It is time for the straight up truth about a direct sales business.

 

The Lies About a Direct Sales Business

 

We have probably lost some readers by the first sentence.  That is OK.  Business ownership, most likely is not for them.

How often have you said any of these words or similar words, or as a team leader, heard them from your team members?

Everyone is so busy.  No one is buying right now.  No one wants to book a party.  No one is interested in joining my team.  I live in a poor area.  Money is tight.  No one has any money.  No one is interested.  I don’t want to be too pushy.  I have been so busy.  They don’t like the product I am selling, etc., etc., etc.  No one???  You get the idea.

These are lies or otherwise known as excuses.  Straight up lies, that you tell yourself.  Why? For most, because it is a easy reason that is given to oneself as to why the skills you are using are not working and why you are failing in reaching the goals that you had in your mind when you began your business.  It is easier that way, to tell oneself a lie, than to learn new skills and accept that what one is doing, is not the correct way of doing it for a particular situation, or that you may be lacking in skills that are necessary for the success of your business.  You don’t deserve lies.  You deserve the truth and you deserve to have a successful business.

Your business is a direct reflection on you and only you.  As a business owner, you must take personal responsibility for your business.  Stop lying to yourself and accept the truth as it is.  Lying hurts only you-no one else. It is not the hostess, the customer, the potential team member, the company, the product and what other lies that you can come up with to tell yourself.  If you are wiling, there is hope.

 

 

Another defining paragraph.  Those that are still reading, there is hope for you as a successful business owner.  Those we lost in the last paragraph, told themselves another lie such as, “this doesn’t apply to me.”  or  “I will get back to this later.”  Those that do actually get back to it later, there is hope for them yet, at another time.

We all start our direct sales businesses with passion.  We are passionate and excited about the product and the possibilities that lie before us. What is it that kills that passion and makes a person quit their business?  When you do your first party whether catalog, virtual or home party, you either fail or succeed.  The fact is, the choice is yours whether it is a success or failure.

Some may start with a very supportive group of family and friends who buy up your product at your party and you have great party.  Others may not, which is not uncommon, to have a group of family and friends who do not buy up the product or attend the party.  Most will experience more success once they branch outside of their circle of family and friends, if you are willing. You may think that the first scenario is the successful party.  Right?  Not necessarily so.  Often, those that have a high dollar party the first time, expect the skills that they are using are correct, and continue on and on and on with those skills only to find one failed party after the next.  Those that do not learn and utilize new skills will not succeed. These people eventually quit the business.  Remember the quote, Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting the same results.  In other words, if you keep driving to Walmart, how do you expect to get to Macy’s? Are you one of the insane?

The second scenario, can be a fail or a success.  If you view it as a learning experience and are willing to change, it can be nothing but a success. Those that learn and utilize new skills will experience success.  The skills required will vary upon each individual customer, hostess and potential team member.  Getting to know these people is where the success comes from.  This is why sales is a relationship building business.

 

Are you ready for more of the truth?  Are you still reading?  We may have lost some with the last paragraph yet again.  Those we lost, told themselves lie such as,  What I am doing is working so far, so why attempt to learn anything new?  So far.  If you are still reading, there is still hope for you as a successful business owner.

Times change and times change fast.  No business that is still in business, is the same as it was in the beginning.  I look at my own company and it is completely different from where it started and that was only 8 years ago. Why? Learning, utilizing and changing.  You see those old rockers or actors on TV making their comebacks, right?  Those that make it, learned, utilized what they learned, and changed.  Those that didn’t are on some cheesy commercial. Those that are successful are ever evolving and reinventing themselves.  They are their own business, and must change up for the times.  Do you think the old rockers singing 50′s rock music will be successful today? Steven Tyler, although not as far back as the 50′s, you reinvented yourself, evolved and are still successful. Although I think you are taking it easier now days, which is much deserved.  : )

You must always learn new skills, utilize those skills and make change for your business to be a success.  As it is said, you must learn to earn.

So let’s now get to the truth.  Those lies above.  Those are yours and only yours and are only about you.  Period.  In sales, it is ALWAYS about the customer, hostess or potential team member.  Skills that you have utilized may work on one and not the other. You must always learn and utilize new skills so you have a bank, if you will, of skills that you can utilize.  The effort is not complete until you utilize the skills.  You can learn all you want, but you will never know what works for one individual without utilizing the skills.  You must learn and utilize frequently.  This does not stop at one lesson.  You never will learn enough.  You will never learn it all.  You, your business and your prospects are worth it. This is one of the greatest rewards of owning your own business, instead of having a job that never changes.  Those that have successful businesses, embrace change.

 

Are you still reading?  Those we lost, at the last paragraph, told themselves another lie, “this article is too long and I don’t have time for this right now.”  If you are still reading, there is even more hope for you as a successful business owner.

Here is one of the examples that I hear.  “I gave my catalog to a friend or coworker and told her if there was something that interested her, to let me know and I will order it for her.”  Weak and pushy.  Simple as that. This is all about you. This is not about her at all.  Where have you focused on her needs and helped her?

Here are some tips for you to always keep in mind:

Your hostess.  Why would she book with you?  What is in it for her?  What needs will booking a party fulfill in her?  How will her friends feel about her party?  She can book with just about anyone from any other direct sales company, why you?  These are just a few questions that booking a party with you should fulfill in her needs.  Not yours.  Remember back why you hosted a party, why did you book a party?  It is not always about the free product, in fact it rarely is.  She can get free product from any other direct seller.  Why you? A good salesperson can sell anything. Get to know your hostess and trigger those emotional needs and show her how a party will fulfill them.

Your customer.  What emotional needs can your product fulfill in your customer?  How can you help them to get the most for their money?  What is in it for them?  How will your product make your customer look and feel?  Remember back to your last purchase, why did you make your last purchase?  Brick and mortar stores do this all of the time.  You just may not realize it. What need did it fulfill?  What were the emotions behind it?  Focus on each individual customer.  Individual customers, individual needs.  Draw from your bank of skills.

Your Potential Team Member.  What problems can your business solve?  Is it about more money? Is she miserable in her job?  Does she lack recognition?  Does she need a purpose?  Is there something missing in her life? These are just some of the emotional needs that she needs solved with your business.

Pushy?  If you are not focusing on the emotional needs of the hostess, customer or potential team member, I am afraid that I have to tell you this….You ARE pushy!

A good sales person is never pushy.  If you are good at focusing on the emotional needs of your hostess, customer or potential team member, they will never feel as if they have been sold!

Truly get to know your hostess, customer and potential team member by really listening.  The more you practice, the better you will become at this.  Learn, and draw from your bank of skills and utilize those skills with each person you meet.  Always continue to learn. When you learn, complete the step by utilizing those skills.  The more you learn, the more you utilize and practice, the more successful you will be.  If unwilling to change, I am afraid it is only a matter of time for you. Switching from company to company does not solve your problems.  It will continue on and on, until you change.

They say in this business, if the circle you are working with, is not working for you-change the circle.  Does it mean that they will never work for you?  No, it just means that you just need to develop the skills needed to work with this particular group.  Develop your skills and reapproach them at a later date.

 

I hear from women who have 20+ years experience in direct sales. My questions, what kind of experience?  Has she switched from company to company?  Has she learned, utilized and changed to experience growth?  Was she successful? We do realize that some seek change because they may have outgrown their current company.  Or that the saturation is too much for growth or perhaps they just need a change.  Ask yourself is it one of these reasons, or is it that you have not learned, utilized and changed in your business?

 

Hear this!  Does a direct sales company or it’s leaders, expect perfection from each team member?  Absolutely not!  Whether you are new to the profession or seasoned, we do not expect perfection. None of us knew it all in the beginning, and we surely don’t expect you to either.  Any good direct sales company is still learning, utilizing and changing with the times. We do expect you to learn, utilize what you learned, and change to grow your business.  We do not, at all, expect perfection, so get that monkey off your back and fess up that you have more to learn and utilize, for change, and success.

There is absolutely no excuse for not learning new skills in this business.  Not all companies offer training.  Not all companies offer all of the training that you will need.  We have this beautiful thing called the internet.  Google it.  There are plenty of resources available to anyone who is in sales.  It does not matter what kind of business you have or the types of sales that you do, sales are sales.

Success in business does not happen overnight.  We would all like to believe it does.  Partially the blame falls within the direct sales industry of making it seem so easy and fluffy.   Another truth, it takes work, commitment, time, focus, learning, utilizing and change.  It does not matter if you are a part time business owner or full time. You must continually learn, utilize what you learn and make the change for success. If you are not willing or it is not worth the effort, then perhaps being a business owner is not your cup of tea.  That is OK.  It is not for us all.

Direct sales companies have made it easy and inexpensive for others to start a business of their own.  Most have systems in place and have taken care of the expense and headaches of starting a new business from scratch.  The rest is up to you.

Here is the formula for Failure and Success:

Failure- Fail- no change- Fail- no change-Fail- no change- Fail.  Offer up those lies to yourself, family and friends as to why you failed or quit.

Success- Fail-change-Fail-change-Fail-change-Success.  Proud and take ownership of your failures, help others and know that the failures were a learning experience towards your success.  You learned, you utilized, made changes and grew a successful business. Tell everyone how you did it and that you are a successful business owner!

Which one do you choose?

If you read this to the end, there is much hope for you as a successful business owner.  You have just learned, now utilize what you learned!

This article was written to give a kick in the pants to those who may need it.

 

Start a Direct Selling Business with Bella Shaye Jewelry Bella Shaye Jewelry since 2007. Bella Shaye is a company helping others to become self employed using the method of direct sales. Bella Shaye Jewelry is a fee free direct sales jewelry ground floor opportunity, working with only those who can commit to a average minimum of part time hours per week in their individual business. This is our way of providing a fee free company to our serious business owners and keeping our saturation low so that each business owner has the opportunity to grow his or her business in their hometown. We offer generous commissions of 30-40% plus up to 18% on your team. We are here to help others start a home based business of their own and enjoy the benefits and rewards of becoming a entrepreneur.

 

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How Can You Get a Guest to RSVP for Your Parties?

RSVP Request for Responses

(French: répondez s’il vous plaît)

 

A simple yes or no response is all it takes and then keep your word.

It seems many may not understand that RSVP means that you are requesting a response with a yes or a no, as if you will or will not be attending an event. How does a hostess know how much food, prizes, drink, etc she will need if she doesn’t receive the correct numbers for an RSVP? A lack of response only has a hostess wonder if the guest has received the invitation, will the guest be attending or not, should she plan food and drink for her. Hostesses are not mind readers.

In this profession, it can become quite frustrating when you are not able to receive the RSVP’s needed to plan a party with food and prizes. You have those that do not RSVP and then just show up, and then you have those that RSVP that they will attend and not show up at the last minute, after you have already purchased food and prizes which included them. Emily Post must be rolling over in her grave!

It is not something that only direct sales professionals deal with. It is something that no one is immune to. Kids birthday parties, weddings, dinner parties, we all have dealt with the lack of RSVP’s at one time or another. Is it social ignorance, fear of commitment or lack of manners?

So how do we get past the lack of RSVP’s? Well we really can’t make the guest do it, but we can take some steps to help improve the responses.  These tips will help with Home Parties and Virtual Parties.

1. In this profession, always remember the guests point of view. Ask yourself, why would my guest want to attend this party? Don’t ever rely only on the product you are selling! The product is not about the guest experience. The product is about you and you selling product. Use themes, fun, prizes, contests and food to make the guest experience memorable. We have discussed this in our training modules and on the blog before.

2. Make it easy to RSVP by providing a email address, text number, stamped RSVP Card with return address or online invitation for responses.

3. Make it very clear that you must have a yes or no answer. Also that a yes answer, means the hostess will be expecting on them to show up.

4. Make it very clear that food and prizes will be provided and you must have a guest count and this count is based on the yes answers.

5. Instead of RSVP, use words such as I will be attending, reserve your seat, reserve your prize, get your ticket (must be present to win). Get creative. Prizes can be as small or as large as you wish. For the no’s, I will not be attending. There are no maybe’s.

6. Do reminder calls the day before and if you need to, the day of as well.

7. Use Eventbrite. Use the Free tickets and hold a raffle for a door prize with the tickets. You can also offer paid tickets and raffle off something big for those tickets such as a gift card to a favorite store, etc or offer prepaid tickets to your Jewelry Pool Game (located in your business center) which works out best for you and your hostess!

8. Use the custom seating chart on Eventbrite to allow guests to choose and reserve their seats. (This will show who is missing and will be more likely to be noticed and the guest knows this)

9. If you do not mind guests bringing a friend, state it on the invitation and then encourage them to do so with extra incentives. Set your settings so that Eventbrite can be shared.

10. Now for the no’s and no shows. Yes, sometimes people already have plans and sometimes last minute emergency’s do happen. This is no reason to snub this person. After your party, collect their orders. If you know in advance that someone can not attend the party, do this in advance. Just because they were not able to attend, does not mean they don’t want to order, host a party of their own or start their own business. You can’t get that order unless you ask. By not asking, you aren’t providing great customer service and the answer will always be no. No show’s and non responders. Take them off your guest list and do not invite them to any future events. It stresses you out and costs you money.

11. Give each guest a task to do at the party. This let’s them know that they will be missed if they no show.

Keep this in mind for your future events as a hostess and always RSVP to your received invitations.

 

What has been your experience or tips for RSVP’s?

 

Start a Direct Selling Business with Bella Shaye Jewelry Bella Shaye Jewelry since 2007. Bella Shaye is a company helping others to become self employed using the method of direct sales. Bella Shaye Jewelry is a fee free direct sales jewelry ground floor opportunity, working with only those who can commit to a average minimum of part time hours per week in their individual business. This is our way of providing a fee free company to our serious business owners and keeping our saturation low so that each business owner has the opportunity to grow his or her business in their hometown. We offer generous commissions of 30-40% plus up to 18% on your team. We are here to help others start a home based business of their own and enjoy the benefits and rewards of becoming a entrepreneur.

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When in business, we all look for low cost or free advertising.  Advertising is a must with your direct sales business if you intend to stay in business.  Circle of Mom’s lists 119 ways to advertise your business with many advertising budget options.

 

Click for a list of 119 Ways to Advertise Your Direct Sales Business with Circle of Moms

 

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We all know in this business that when we “give out” catalogs, that the likelihood of receiving an order from that catalog, is slim to none.  Think of how many us, ourselves have taken and ended up just tossing a catalog at a later date.  We have a solution for you!

Tired of your guests and customers taking your catalogs only to throw them out?  It gets expensive!  Printing costs keep going up and up and not to mention the cost of shipping!
Consider a guest, hostess and Bing O’rama Belle binder.  Purchase 1/2″ binders from Sam’s Club, Costco, Walmart or online.  Search for the best prices (Costco in CA is about $8 for qty 6) the one with the clear front pockets are the best!  (tax write off for business)

Place your catalogs and reusable items (such as hostess special, customer specials, Alexis and Grace Price List, etc) in the rings of the binder.  Go green on your printable items as well.  Reuse and email when you can.  Consider Drop Box or Google Drive to upload your forms to share with others.

Place materials that your guests can take home in the pocket of the binder such as order forms, opportunity information and hosting a show info.

Change your picture in the front pocket to reflect a holiday, special or theme etc.  You can really customize this and have fun with it!  Use the print your own decals in your business center too!

Attach a pen for a writing surface for your guests.

Use another binder as your hostess packets for a hostess collecting pre party orders or catalog parties for you.  It provides a portable desk for her.  Consider adding a inexpensive calculator with velcro.

This can significantly reduce your costs on catalogs and also you can go green by sharing your online catalog or boutique.  Your online catalog is on your website under “Our Jewelry”.  This catalog can be downloaded to a computer, kindle or tablet and it can also be downloaded and printed if they REALLY need a hard copy!  Be sure to get their contact info before handing out that catalog for follow up for their order.

Refer them to your boutique which contains even more jewelry than the catalog!

Using Guest and Hostess binders, you may only have to purchase catalogs when the new ones come out!

Wouldn’t be nice to save that expense and go green?

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Increasing sales at your home parties is not only a benefit to you, but your hostess and your customers.  With these tips you are not only increasing sales but also increasing your level of customer service.

 

Increase Sales At Your Home Parties with These Tips

 

I know, I know, your home party plan merchandise sells itself. I’ve heard that a million times from my direct sales clients and friends and I believe it…to a point. It’s partially true because the products you sell are generally the highest quality available and because of the environment (namely a home party where everyone is having fun) at which you’re selling them.

 

What I also recognize is that those in direct sales use that as an excuse to be lazy at the end of their home parties and become order-takers instead of sales people. Sales is not a dirty word, and if you’re not employing some selling techniques with your customers and host, you’re not only missing out on a larger home party sales average (literally leaving money on the table), but you’re also depriving them of the opportunity to own more of your awesome products.

 

Personal sales from your home parties are always a great way to supplement your income, and this time of year you can literally double and triple your sales because of the extra parties you’ll be doing and all of the holiday shopping that’s coming up in the next few months. Here are a few of my best tips for maximizing your sales at the end of your home parties.

Read More Increase Sales At Your Home Parties with These Tips from Julie Anne Jones

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Avon’s withdrawal from the DSA is a bold move, however I agree and support their decision.  Only about 250 out of thousands of direct sales companies have a paid yearly membership to the DSA.  Just because a direct sales company has chosen NOT to become a paid member, does not mean that they are a scam nor does it mean those who participate are not.  Although the direct sales companies that participate have agreed to the policies of the DSA and hopefully are practicing them.  But are they of the highest standards and reflective of the what is needed today? I agree that the DSA must update their policies to better reflect the changes in this industry.  Direct Sales is changing drastically, especially in the last couple of years.

 

Avon Products Inc. surprised much of the direct selling community with its public withdrawal from the U.S. Direct Selling Association earlier this month.

 

Avon resigned its membership Sept. 9 with a letter to the DSA executive committee. It was a significant move. Avon is, after all, the world’s second-largest direct selling company (behind Amway) and an iconic U.S. brand. But the real news came three days later, when Avon posted a letter signed by Senior Vice President Corporate Relations and Chief Communications Officer Cheryl Heinonen and addressed to other U.S. direct selling companies on the media center of the Avon website attempting to explain the rationale behind its withdrawal.

“This decision came after careful consideration and more than a year of thoughtful discussion,” Heinonen’s letter says. “This decision was driven by two key issues: We believe the association’s agenda in the U.S. is overly focused on the issues of a few specific brands rather than industry-wide challenges. We believe that the U.S. DSA Code of Ethics requires updating to better reflect the current state of the industry in the U.S.”

 

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Direct Sales / Network Marketing Recruiter and Trainer/ State Founding Leaders needed.

 

 

Direct Sales / Network Marketing Recruiter and Trainer/ State Founding Leaders needed.

 

Bella Shaye Jewelry is searching for Direct Sales State Founding Leaders.  Must have experience with a direct sales or network marketing company.  Must have exceptional skills at recruiting, training and managing a team for maximum team sales and team building and growth.  Must be self motivated, driven, responsible, with exceptional leadership abilities and looking for a long-term position.  This is a commission based position and has much room for growth.  We are looking for maximum growth in the next year. We are searching for leaders in several states.

 

We looking for shining examples of what a leader should be!  This is your time to shine!

 

Bella Shaye Jewelry since 2007. Bella Shaye is a company helping others to become self employed using the method of direct sales. Bella Shaye Jewelry is a fee free direct sales jewelry ground floor opportunity, working with only those who can commit to a average minimum of part time hours per week in their individual business. This is our way of providing a fee free company to our serious business owners and keeping our saturation low so that each business owner has the opportunity to grow his or her business in their hometown.

 

If you or someone you know, meet our requirements above, please email info@bellashaye.com with State Leader in the subject line for an interview.

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