DSBU #1 Bookings Video

finding businessThis is the first of a 4 part mini-webinar series of finding business for party plan consultants.

If you found this page randomly, you should start at the beginning by reading the introductory post and get on the free Booking University video list so that you receive the links to the whole series of webinars.

Working through Bixler U was a pivotal point in my business. The practical application approach is so refreshing. I’ve attended CFS webinars, played the cash flow game, listened to the radio shows, read the great articles on the CFS website, listened to the videos, etc. Deb’s training is so real and so on the mark.
Teri Downey, St Charles MO

Bookings Video #1

Which one of these issues is preventing you from finding party plan bookings?

  • You do not know where to find business leads.
  • You DO know where to find business but do not have the skills to get that business.
  • You are not motivated or willing to develop your skills or seek out that business.

I Know that YOU are willing to take Action!

  • Comment Below
  • Practice The 10 Second Rule
  • Change Your Focus
  • Make Friends
  • Go To A Vendor Event As A Guest
  • Think About It: What is really holding you back?

Comment: Why Do You Have Booking Problems?

Please comment below on the video or on why you believe that you have problems with bookings.

If you found this page randomly, you should start at the beginning by reading the introductory post and get on the free Booking University video list so that you receive the links to the whole series of webinars.

Comments

    Shared by: Lizzie Conrad:

    My biggest problem is getting leads in the first place. I go to vendor shows and have offered raffles and contests and things like that but still can\\\’t get anyone to fill out a lead card. Then if I follow up and they don\\\’t respond right away I worry that I am annoying them. I also don\\\’t know what questions to ask to implement the 10 second rule. I am not a good conversationalist.

    Shared by: Lizzie Conrad:

    My biggest problem is getting leads in the first place. I go to vendor shows and have offered raffles and contests and things like that but still can’t get anyone to fill out a lead card. Then if I follow up and they don’t respond right away I worry that I am annoying them. I also don’t know what questions to ask to implement the 10 second rule. I am not a good conversationalist.

    Shared by: Linda Rennie:

    My biggest is prejudging…fear of what they think .I know that in one area I serve, past consultants have not delivered what my company offers (warranty), and for them it is easier to buy $Store knock-offs. I can talk- boy, can I talk- and the 10 Sec Rule has been a Deb-send for me!

      Shared by: Deb Bixler:

      Time to change your self-talk, Linda!! Those people will LOVE your great customer service!

    Shared by: Leslie:

    I will attend a vendor event as a guest and practice the 10 second rule.

    Shared by: Debra ONeal:

    I have been practicing the 10 second rule in terms of selling product (Paparazzi Accessories), but not in sponsoring. My biggest fear is going live on Facebook. I\\\’ve been watching my sponsor and some of the top sellers with my company achieve great success, and yet… I have been afraid to attempt this for myself.

      Shared by: Deb Bixler:

      Glad to see all these active BU consultants commenting!! Get yourself invited to a couple, events, Debra and just observe, then also plan a small practice one for your friends or family… Invite me!

    Shared by: Deb Freeman:

    I honestly have not been willing to reach outside of my comfort zone. With the information I learned today I will be implementing it and I will attend the next event we have nearby as a guest to practice using the 10 second rule.
    Off to a great start today.
    Deb Freeman, Clever Container.

      Shared by: Deb Bixler:

      So glad that it resonated for you, Deb and Veronica!! Keep us posted!

    Shared by: Veronica Morris:

    Hi this video was so helpful I have been teaching for 20 years and looking for a new career. I sell gift baskets as a hobby. I like how you explained stepping out of your comfort zone.

    Shared by: Belinda Yost:

    I am going to a Christmas Party in a couple days as a guest, it is for a political party, I am very social and excited to practice the ten second rule to make friends but also shift the conversation to my business!

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