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.


    Shared by: Linda Rennie:

    Sending out cards-
    ? 1: is it ok to use our address labels used on catalogs on back of card inside of having it printed? (I already have plenty of Christmas cards and won’t be getting more until the boxes are gone.)

    ? 2: What about subscribing to email greeting services- the ones that you can pick the cards and mail out to individuals? These would be received by email and not by mailman.

    Shared by: Dianne Klopp:

    Great refresher.

    Shared by: Melanie:

    I love the 10 second rule at vendor events. I am going to try this out this weekend. I am super excited to see the results.

      Shared by: Deb Bixler:

      Come back and let us know how it worked, Melanie!

    Shared by: Jane:

    Thank you for your insight. Love the 10 second rule. will follow that at my next apoointment

      Shared by: Deb Bixler:

      Cool… takes ongoing practice but will change your relationships both personal and business, Jane!

    Shared by: Jessica:

    Deb! I’m re-visiting all of these fabulous ideas! I need to restart my business and this is what I need!!! I am going to look for some vendor shows in my area this weekend!

    Shared by: Amy:

    Deb, where have you been all my life! your 10 second rule is simple but spot on! Can’t wait to try it out with everyone. All topics covered were true and helpful. Can’t wait to watch more and continue learning!

      Shared by: Deb Bixler:

      Great Amy, glad you like it. Keep at it and let me know if you have any questions!

    Shared by: Yvette:

    Deb, thank you for the idea of the 10 second rule and being a friend not just a client. I am definitely going to be working on them everywhere I go!

    Shared by: Sharon:

    I am glad that I am watching these videos. I know that I do not want to have a “boss” again but I have stumbled on some issues. I love how you break down the process of talking to outsiders but, how do I work with people in my circle of friends. They agree to having home shows and then come up with many excuses as to why they back out. That is a major stumbling block to get over.

    Shared by: Andrea:

    Thank you Deb ,
    I will be starting with a direct sales company next month so if this information is great to get me off to a right start!

    Shared by: Helen ward:

    Thank you for this webinar. Already so helpful. I think my biggest hurdle is not wanting to be perceived as pushy as my goal is to allow my business to grow organically with the knowledge there are still things I need to be doing proactively.

      Shared by: Deb Bixler:

      You are not alone, Helen – that is all direct sellers fear. When you understand your value in the market place and go forward with an intent to serve you will never be perceived as pushy!

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