The Consultant’s Party Acronym To OrganizePosted by Deb Bixler
Do acronyms help you stay organized?
How about a party acronym for home business organization?
We all have have work – life balance issues and priorities – family, friends, hobbies, job, home business…
Sometimes the words “organize” and “balance” make us cringe!
We feel like we can’t get organized because we have so much happening in our lives and in our business that we just can’t do it all!
Does that sound familiar?
The world of direct selling is flexible in that you can work your business around your life. But when you have a business that you are passionate about, it’s easy for that business to take over and become consuming.
This leads to that feeling of not having balance between business and life in general.
A Party Acronym To Feel Organized And Party!
Now it’s time to PARTY!
Here is a simple party acronym to apply to your business that will help you stay focused on the productive tasks that will build your business.
Do the first 4 daily and the last one weekly to keep your business on the right track!
P – PARTY: Schedule one new party outside your show setting each week by making a routine out of asking one person per day if they would like to host a show! Imagine what your calendar would look like and the income you’d earn if you added this routine to your mindset!
A – APPRECIATE – Appreciate your hostess by doing solid hostess coaching! One hostess call per day will keep your attendance HIGH!
R – REVISIT – Revisit past customers by following up with customer centric customer care calls daily. One per day and you will be amazed what it does for you!
T – TALK – Talk about your business opportunity by sprinkling it into casual conversations daily. Sharing your passion in a conversational manner daily will grow a team!
Y – YOUR BUSINESS – Invest into your business each week to learn more about the industry, your company or sales skills. Any time or money invested in your business will be returned to you multiplied…. provided you take action on it!
Less more often is better than more once in a while!
Once you have created a party plan system that works for you and your lifestyle, it’s important to let others know when you perform certain tasks.
For example, if you call your hostesses noon and 3:00 PM, let your hostesses know that so they can be expecting your call during that time.
Get your system in place so it’s working for you, not against you!
It’s amazing how we feel once we are “organized” and “balanced.”
Share a party acronym in the comments that you use in your business!