Listen To Daisy Blue Founder, Jena Thompson InterviewPosted by Deb Bixler
Listen to the first set of the radio interview with Jena Thompson, founder of Daisy Blue Naturals who attributes her company’s growth to a solid team training program.
Jena Thompson, Daisy Blue Naturals On The Radio
Jena Thompson, founder of Daisy Blue Naturals share the Daisy Blue core principles which Daisy Blue is founded on with us on the CashFlowShow – Direct Sales Radio.
|Listen to the first set here or click the replay link on the right to find the schedule for the full show:
Jena Of Daisy Blue Said:
The bottom line is that all direct sellers focus on the 3 basics: selling, booking, and recruiting.
No matter what company you are with, those are the three things that we all focus on.
So no matter if are not getting the results you want at the company you are with if you switch companies, you are still going to be looking at sales bookings and recruiting.
I love the saturated market question, because we do hear that from time to time.
Of course, Daisy Blue is not a saturated market.
We have a lot of room for growth. Sometimes we hear the opposite if we have a new state or a new city that is coming on board with us.
It does come down to the basics.
At Daisy Blue, I believe that – one of our secrets to success is that we already use tools that are created, and we partner with those that have those tools. You have a lot of great tools that you offer to direct sellers. So I would highly encourage people to connect with you and your website and really get connected with that.
New Consultant Party Bookings
We have implemented several programs for new consultants to ensure that they get off to a great start.
Learning how to get bookings for home parties is the key to success and that is where we put most of our new consultant focus.
So the first thing I tell a new consultant is, “You are going to hit your warm market, and that warm market is family and friends. It is fun. It is pretty easy to start.”
It is when that warm market is done and then you have a block. That’s when it gets a little harder. So it is about staying on track even through those times when it is not as easy as it was when you first started. That is usually around the third month. So what I really encourage new consultants to do is focus on those basics.
Get back to building that contact list of 100 people.
If you don’t have a party book, do a vendor event, do a mixer. Do something so you can get those names and contacts, and never be afraid of the phone. Never, ever be afraid of the phone or the word “no,” because that is going to stop you.