The 20 Minute Guest Connection

I have a question for you. “Do you create the ideal booking and recruiting environment at your parties?”

I want to share something with you that I call “The “20 Minute Guest Connection.” It is an ideal experience that you create for your guests with a theme, ambiance, music and connection.  It sets up the scene for the representative to connect with guests, spoil the guests and have a whole heck of a lot of fun.  When you create an ideal environment that moves, touches and inspires your guests, they’ll be engaged to host their own experience without even knowing it.

Enjoy my complimentary video… AND SHARE YOUR TAKEAWAYS below!

Creating an extraordinary life is a CHOICE. What’s yours?

Steve Q. Wiltshire, CEO
Lifeline Coaching & Education, Inc.
www.lifelinecoaches.com

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  • Karen Winn says:

    I have listened to the CD of your Hostess Coaching Training MANY times….
    I LOVE the verbage you use for speaking with the hostesses! So nice to be authenically excited about the opportunity to spend the evening together with her friends and NOT PUT HER INTO STRESSFUL SITUATION. I find myself assuring my hostesses that they cannot be expected to GUARANTEE anyone’s attendence! We invite together and then have fun with those who attend the party! (And I DO make it a PARTY, not an obligation!) This takes the pressure OFF her shoulders! She doesn’t have to answer for those who choose not to attend! She can simply enjoy those who DO arrive!
    I also agree wholeheartedly with the greeting questions for each guest! NOT about the product! Making the evening about THEM and THEIR “escape” into the party time, appreciating that they carved out time for themselves to be with friends, is so “freeing.” It gives them permission to relax and enjoy, rather than fear what will be expected of them.

  • Kathy Pfalzgraff says:

    Great information on making your hostess and her guests more comfortable and making it all about them!

  • This was a real eye opener on how to create that service oriented party experience for the hostess and her guests! No wonder I am having a hard time booking parties…I was approaching it from a retail standpoint instead of a service mindset. Thanks, Steve, for setting me straight on so many things. Gives me ways on how I can improve my service!

  • I loved this Steve!! My biggest problem I think is really being comfortable at the party with the hostess and guests. I think I”m always worrying about what their thinking, what my underlying motive is. But now you’ve made it so clear – really make it about them. I have to think of it like a waitress in a restaurant. You don’t worry about what the customer is thinking of you. You just want to serve them and make sure they are comfortable throughout their meal. You are SERVING them. So, if I just keep that in mind, and just enjoy the company of the guests and make theme feel specialm, everything else should fall into place. Thanks again Steve!!:-)

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