Janice Cherlet & The Bookings Mindset
According to Janice Cherlet, a Norwex distributor living in a prairie town of Manitoba, having and finding bookings is a mindset that works!
Janice is the guest on this segment of the Cash Flow Show – Home Business Radio discussing bookings and how to develop the bookings mindset.
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The Bookings Mindset
If you do not have a bookings mindset you will miss those moments in time that are a booking moment.
Don’t go into each party with the attitude of “Oh, I hope I get a booking tonight!”
Instead flip that mind switch and go in with a physical calendar, highlighted on the days you want to work, have a cool booking incentive if they choose to book that night and be ready to talk about the simplicity of being a host.
If your attitude is I hope I get a booking, then you will accept the “I am busy” answer. Instead, when you use the objection crusher system to validate and educate and then ask again you will get a booking after all.
With the bookings mindset it would go more like this:
I understand being busy, what kinds of things keep you busy?
Wow, sounds like you could use some fun with a relaxing girls’ night out. It is not much work really. I can keep it really short and sweet and you do not have to put out a spread of food.
How about we set up a fun girls’ night out for you and your friends to de-stress?
When you have the bookings mindset and focus on solving problems for your guests and presenting a fun show, bookings will fall into place!
Always recognize the latecomer…
Latecomers are already flustered for being late so when you make the guest feel welcome they then often book a party because you made them feel good!Janice Cherlet, Norwex Distributor
About Janice Cherlet
Janice has been a Norwex consultant for 6 years. She used to be a band teacher and started selling Norwex when her husband went off work due to health reasons. She has four children, a boy and three girls ranging in ages from 9 to 1.