Keeping a full calendar is critical to the success of your Home Party Plan Business. But how do you book up your calendar? And once you have some bookings, how do you get people to continue to book so that you do not have to keep going out Gardening over… and over… and over!?! Home [...]
Hey Divas! Thank you to everyone who dialed in today for our Open Conference Call for Party Plan Divas. All this month we have been talking about having “The Perfect Party” and we wrapped up today with training for what happens in the Ordering Room. You can download the Training Workbook here – OrderingRoomSuccess and listen to the recording here:
Are you running a business or a glorified hobby? How do you know? With millions of Home Party Plan Consultants, how do you REALLY determine whether you are just a hobbiest or a true business owner? The answer is simple if you are willing to be brutally honest with yourself, and answer these questions:
I have a great bunch of loyal clients and community supporters, but I find that sometimes I have more doors shut in face then I would if I were with like a jewelry or candle company. There are places I just can not seem to get into because they can’t get past the toys. I have started not even mentioning the toys as I sell a whole catalog of other stuff, but people know us by the toys so they say things like “This is a route our business wants to take”. I’m getting better at dealing with rejection but it a little discerning. Any suggestions?
When booking parties with people we know or through someone they know we generally don’t worry. When we get a call from a complete stranger however, do you have any suggestions? My husband said he wants me to leave the persons name, number and address on a sheet of paper on the kitchen counter. It may sound dramatic but it’s a good idea.