If you are scared of cold calling, this book will help you this technique. Even if the leads are warm, it may be beneficial.
Who doesn’t want their calendar full? Advice to help you attain that goal.
While I am trying to help you with the business aspect of direct sales, there are some things I am just not knowledgeable enough about to post about. So I recommend this other resources for you.
http://www.jenfongspeaks.com/ – She focuses on how to use Social Media to help your direct sales business. This means things such as Facebook, Twitter, blogs and other things. I have subscribed to her blog for quite a while and get lots of great information.
Deb Bixler – http://www.createacashflowshow.com/ – I don’t follow this site but it keeps coming up in my Google Alerts with lots of great topics.
http://wahm.com/forum – I am a member here and actually where I found my current company. Many of the folders are company specific and others are more general. This is a great resource to use for asking questions and getting answers in a timely manner.
http://www.mydswa.org/ – The Direct Selling Woman’s Alliance. A great source if you are looking for stats or other information in regards to direct selling.
I know there are a lot of people that enjoy having books to help them with their business. I always recommend looking at the library but I find direct sales books are more specialized, so the libraries do not tend to carry them.
Otherwise, check out these books on Amazon (below are affiliate links)
Karen Phelps is a well known direct sales expert. Great information in this book.
A great book with tips from those that have been highly successful