How to make one sale a day


They actually told my daughter, Rachel, she would accomplish that her first week…and that is EXACTLY WHAT SHE ACCOMPLISHED: one sale a day. What will week two be???

I AM PROUD OF HER

We were having dinner and she told me how she had, for the first week, one sale a day!  I can’t tell you how PROUD I am of her.  She is ACTUALLY doing sales. Not thinking about it, but doing it. Consumer direct sales is, what I think, the toughest sales there is.  And my little girl is doing it.  I told her again: the prospect is NOT saying no to you; there are saying no to your offer.  Improve your offer and you will see your sales go up.

I think the trainers are doing a good job.  They started her off, right away, selling.  Sure, she will have her stumbles, but she will also have her successes.  I am guessing they didn’t like my referral idea.  I don’t want to interfere on what they are training her to do. I will say this: REFERRALS s are BEST way to get sales.  But I am a little bias.

Are women a bigger risk for stroke?

stroke-preventionThe answer is YES!

I had the privilege of speaking to a group of women last week, only one of whom owned a disability insurance policy.  Why did that one woman own that policy?  Because she had already gone through the devastating experience of not being able to work and losing everything.

If you are reading this blog, please consider what would happen to you and your family if you were unable to work.  What would be the effect?  If we hadn’t owned insurance, I would have had to find a job–fast.  What would have happened to Gordon?  Who would have taken care of him and worked with him on his recovery?  Who would have been there for the kids?  What would have happened to us?

Women are 5 times more likely to have a disability claim than men.  I will say it again.  Women are 5 times more likely to have a disability claim than men. Think about that.  Yeah, we’re smart and beautiful…but we need to also be financially prepared.  Please don’t wait until it is too late.  It just isn’t worth the gamble.

Jill Viggiano