Multiple Bookings at Your Parties!

By August 5, 2010November 30th, 2014All Articles, Audio, Bookings and Parties, Tip of the Week

Complimentary recording:
“A Sure Way to Get a YES:  Your Ticket to Multiple New Hostesses
at Your Parties.”

MP3 File

Do you ever leave a party thinking or feeling “I can’t believe I didn’t get any bookings,” or “I’m so disappointed none of the guests decided to host a party, it was so fun” “What did I do wrong? I don’t get it!”

Many of my clients book twice as many new hostesses after the party than they do at the party.  Why? How?  They’ve realized that many of their guests are interested, but not ready to make a commitment.   So they invite them to think about it, talk to a few friends, and then they give the guest space to allow the idea to gel.  That’s only the beginning… their follow up is light and extraordinary.

Before I built a multi-million dollar business in direct sales, I was a strong personal sales producer that couldn’t promote any leaders.  I was, however, selling 100K a year.   I learned how to develop leaders by taking reps on parties, giving them great training, and giving them bookings from my parties.  I was continually giving away bookings to reps that took the time to attend my parties, because I couldn’t keep up with the demand.

Many of my clients are doing the same thing.  They’re giving away a lot of business to their recruits; and it all has to do with the practice I’m going to share with you.  It’s called “A Think About it Approach and Packet.”   During my recording, I’m going to share the details about my practice, “A Think About it Approach and Packet,” and how this one practice will change your results and change how others perceive you.

Remember, you can download the recording and listen to it at your convenience.

Joy and Success,

Steven Q. Wiltshire, CEO
Lifeline Coaching & Education, Inc.

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  • Milpada Kinsella says:

    Thanks, Steve- was kind of you to share your knowledge and encouragement! See you in Providence! Best, Mil

  • Steve says:

    Thank you for the kind words, look forward to meeting you!

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