Category Archives: Training

Difference Between Good and Great

Today, customers have myriad options to purchase products.  Often, the deciding factor in making a purchase is the level of service the customer receives. As a direct seller, you have the opportunity to provide customers with consistent, individualized attention – … Continue reading

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Boiling Frog Phenomenon

As I get ready for my Team Call tonight, I came across this great principal that will have lots of positive benefits for my business and so I wanted to share it with you in case you haven’t read it … Continue reading

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Why I Do What I Do

While polishing up my 2012 business plan, I added the following paragraph to help remind me why I do what I do. I am a Heritage Maker because I want to be intentionally creative and build self-esteem, confidence, love and … Continue reading

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The Fortune is in the Follow-Up

Did you know that… Only 2% of sales close on the first contact 3% close on the second contact 4 % close on the third contact 10 % close on the fourth contact 81 % of sales that close, close … Continue reading

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Should Money Drive Entrepreneurs?

According to Robert Herjavec, powerful Canadian businessman and Dragon’s Den TV star, in the Spring 2011 issue of Connected for Business magazine, “You should not get into business if some part of you doesn’t like to make money.  But money … Continue reading

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Benefits of a Home Business

Have you been thinking about working from home?  Here are some benefits of having a home business in an established direct sales company, such as Heritage Makers. Flexible Hours – arrange your work hours around your family’s schedule Social – … Continue reading

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“No Time” is No Excuse!

The most common excuse people give: “There’s  not enough time.” They claim they’d love to start a company, learn an instrument, market an invention, write a book, or whatever, but there just aren’t enough hours in the day. Come on. … Continue reading

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Home Business Benefits: Positive Role Model

Recently I finished reading a book called “Making Money from Home” by Donna Partow.  I have blogged on a few other excerpts including: Business Development: Market Yourself Home Business Tip: Be Persistent Business Development: Dealing Effectively with Others Business Development … Continue reading

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Business Development: Market Yourself

Who ever knew that I, a mom raising three children who happened upon an amazing photobook home business, would need to know anything about marketing?  It’s amazing the different paths that life takes you down that you didn’t intend, anticipate … Continue reading

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Motivation: Quick Wins

Have you been wondering how to motivate yourself or the people you work with?  Here is an excellent excerpt from “Rework” by Jason Fried & David Heinemeier Hansson that helped give me additional insight into motivation, momentum and getting things … Continue reading

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