Chapter 19

Meeting and Communicating

In This Chapter

arrow Knowing the importance of monthly meetings

arrow Holding successful meetings

arrow Communicating with your leader

arrow Talking with your team

When I was in the field, I was consistently the top seller and top booker every single month. I would go to all the monthly meetings for my team, and my leaders would always ask me to train on party/appointment bookings and sales.

After months of me consistently training at these events, I was starting to lose my enthusiasm for attending. I felt that I wasn’t getting much from the meetings and I wasn’t learning new things to build my own business. My leader could tell and she said something to me that I will never forget: Don’t ever question whether you should go to the meeting because either you need the meeting or the meeting needs you.

But at one point, my bookings started falling and I hit a wall. I called some of my friends to ask what was working for them and how they were filling their calendar each month. I went to the meeting that month, and even though I was low on parties, they still asked me ...

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