Write Direct Sales Business Plan

All successful businesses have a business plan.

A direct sales business plan will assist you in achieving your goals in business as well as increases your tax deductions.

I am often asked “What are the secrets to success in a home business?”

The true secret to success in any business is to treat it like a business or a profession.

It does not matter what your direct sales and marketing goals are; it is important to have a plan!

All successful businesses have a written plan! It is one of the many secrets to success!

Audio: Direct Sales Business Plan

When you write your business plan like a professional and update it yearly you will be setting yourself up for business success.

Below is a full hour recording of a 2008 teleclass.  The content is still appropriate and this page has become one of the most visited pages on the website.


NOTE: We are not giving you legal advice or advising you on your income tax.

Take the time to write out your goals and the actions that you will take to reach your goals so you have a way to gauge your success and determine how you are doing.

Writing Your Direct Selling Business Plan

Writing a direct sales business plan will chart your course to success. It is a flexible and dynamic set of actions that all successful businesses utilize!

You don’t just write it once, then forget about it.  It is something to look at and work from all year and is a perpetual work in progress.

Direct Sales Business Plan
Your business plan provides you with a marketing path to follow in your business and it makes you IRS compliant for taking the home office deduction as well.

NOTE: We are not giving you legal advice or advising you on your income tax. Please talk to a knowledgeable direct sales-specific accountant regarding your personal situation.

Comments

    Shared by: Deb Bixler:

    Thanks for sharing, Christy – It is always nice to hear from happy fans!

    Shared by: Christy Rivers:

    Awesome information. I love how you mentioned PROFESSIONALISM is an attitude not a time commitment. So true. Professionalism plays a huge key in successful home parties and anywhere else in your daily lives.

    Shared by: Deb Bixler:

    Well, I never have Carol – I am certainly not a QB expert. I have been using it for almost 5 years so know how to get around but I am not sure if I would be a coach in that topic!

    Shared by: carol:

    Hey Deb,
    Do you offer help in using quickbooks in your direct sales business?

    Shared by: kathy hill:

    Great info. thank you!

    Shared by: Linda:

    Yes, I really do need to write it down! Thanks for the gentle reminder!

    Shared by: Pam Shaw:

    Thank you so much Deb. So far, my plan has been in my head. I now understand the importance of writing it down.

    Shared by: Kim Thompson-Pinder:

    I like how you mention professionalism on the article. We are professionals and need to act like one.

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