Thursday, December 16, 2010

How to Remember Your Business, while Getting Ready for the Holidays.

It's time to celebrate and get ready for the holidays again. How exciting! There are houses to decorate, trees to put up and lots of food to be made; baking to be done. Plus, of course visiting with friends and family. So what do you do about your business during this busy time?

Well, for one thing remember, most everyone is doing some kind of celebrating, but there are still some who you may be able to connect with and find via social media. There are some people still working out there 24/7. As we know also, people are generally using social media like Facebook and Twitter throughout the holidays to communicate with friends and family. So you can as well...

The holidays are a time to relax and wind down, while getting ready for the new year ahead. So you will find there is not as much going on, but you can still make your business a success. Be out there when you have a chance and keep your business going. You don't want to fall too far behind, as you will find it more difficult to get back on track in the new year.

Always remember to stay one step ahead and you will feel better. This will result in less stress and less to do when everyone else is trying to rush to get back to work. You will be one step ahead.

Some things you might consider doing during the holidays include: writing blogs; adding friends; sending emails; and communicating with others daily. If you need help with writing blogs or any of the above, be sure to ask.

While out celebrating, this generally involves communicating with friends and family. This is a time when you can chat and ask them how things are going. Ask them how their business is and how things are for them. Always be sure to keep it light. Remember you want to always be there to help others.

So if you are wondering about how to keep your business going during the holidays, try doing something daily, but be sure to have a wonderful and exciting holiday season.

All the best to everyone!
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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Helping Others By Jill Ann Bromwich

I was watching a video today of an individual whom I have incredible respect for and admiration.

He manages a large group of people and has a very high profile position in the army. I was watching a video of him talking with young students. Now aside from him having an important position, he took the time out of his busy day to talk to students. This made me even more impressed.

As a teacher myself, I have incredible respect for children and anyone who chooses to help them in any way. So this man spoke to the class and taught them about leadership, values and things that are really important in life.

He mentioned how important it is to be able to work as a team. This is so true, it is important to be able to put aside your own wishes to be able to work with others and help out each other. Each person in the team is important in order to accomplish certain tasks.

Although we like to think we can do it all on our own, we do need people to rely on, to help us and to succceed as a whole.

But one of the most important things this person spoke about was helping others. The best part of being a leader is taking care of people, he said. This is so true. We need to take care of each other, be supportive and help each other.

An example of leaders are teachers. They are leaders and are responsible to take care of their students. They help people every single day.

As a teacher myself and an online coach I completely agree...the most important part of being a leader is taking care of people and helping others.

So be sure to ask for help from me anytime and if you would like to learn more about coaching or being a coach, please visit:

Sincerely, Jill

More Blogging Tips - "Establishing" - by Jill Ann Bromwich

Here are more blogging tips for you, as promised...

I like to establish plans and goals, so that is why I am basing more blogging tips on "Establishing", in other words, you should establish how you want to set up your blog and what it will be based upon even before you begin to write your first blog.

1. Establishing Goals...
Be sure you know what you want to write about. Is your blog based on a product or service? Do you want to write for fun or is it a business-related blog?

2. Establishing an Audience...
Figure out who you are writing to, because this will help you decide how to write and what to write. If you have a younger audience then they might expect something fun, while if your audience is more of a business professional then they might prefer something business related and to the point.

The type of audience may also depend on what your goals are...

3. Establishing Consistency...
As I mentioned in my previous blog, you should try writing a blog at least once a week. In the beginning though when starting your blog, try writing more often than that in order to establish an audience and gain reader loyalty...

4. Establishing a Style of Writing...
Once you decide who your audience is you can choose a style of writing that works for that type of audience. Or you may have your own flair for writing, which is great, just go with it!

5. Establishing a Network...
It is a good idea to find like-minded bloggers and friends out there so that you can comment on their blogs and they can do the same. This will help to get you known on the Internet. Also be sure to use social networks like Facebook and Twitter etc.

If you need help with blogging, social media, etc...please feel free to ask, that is what I am here for!

So when you want to establish your blog and need help, just ask!!

Be sure to take advantage of the free basic coaching program click here:


Friday, November 26, 2010

Blogging Tips by Jill Ann Bromwich

I thought I better leave a note here with some blogging tips, since I have been slacking off lately with my blogging, ooops.

Oh well, that's the nice thing about blogging, you can write blogs whenever you feel like writing and when you get an inspiration for a blog. Really you can write a blog anytime...

A blogging tip that is recommended:

1. To write blogs at least once a week, which many social networkers might suggest or even daily if you can manage the time.

Another Tip:

2. You know, when blogging, the blog doesn't have to be like writing a book, as a matter of fact it is much better to write a couple of paragraphs per blog, rather than a big, long article, which your readers might not bother to read or even have time to read.

The Third Tip:

3. A suggestion is to make shorter sentences, not long ones. That way the reader can stay focused.

Tip Number Four:

4. Also, be sure to separate the paragraphs so blogs are easier to read and not as straining on the reader's eyes.

Tip Number Five:

5. Another blogging tip is to use ... (dot, dot, dot), as this keeps the reader interested and wanting to know what comes next...

These are just some blogging tips from me. Be sure to look for more to follow...
Have fun blogging and if you have any questions please ask!

Also, feel free to go to CoachingWithJill and take advantage of the free basic coaching program.

Thank you, Jill

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Don't Wait Around by Jill Ann Bromwich

One thing I have learned from being in this industry for six years is JUST DO IT! Don't wait around for things to happen. You may think things will get better and hope for things to change, but nothing will change unless you do something about it, so don't wait around.

Now I completely believe, however that you should have help in this effort, but you MUST show that you are willing to work too. If you then do not get the proper help then search around for someone who is willing to help, don't wait around for someone.

So here are some tips to keep you busy:
1. Ask for help everyday!
2. Show that you want it as badly as you say you do.
3. Ask questions, questions and more questions.
4. Make proper use of Social Media.
5. Have a DMO, Daily Method of Operation.
6. AND "Don't wait around!"

If you need help no matter what business you are in just ask me, I am here to help you along the way! So please don't wait around! Look for help; ask for help and surely you will find it!

And instead of waiting around, please feel free to take advantage of our free basic coaching program here:

Best Regards, Jill

Saturday, September 4, 2010

A SCAM or not a SCAM? by Jill Ann Bromwich

A scam can happen to anyone. So be aware!

Imagine a young, single mom at home with her babies, trying to make ends meet. Or a family with little or no opportunity to get ahead. On the other hand imagine a mom who just wants to stay home with her children so she doesn't have to send them to be minded by a stranger or have to pay for the high daycare costs. She can be persuaded by a scam.

Then again imagine a motivated person trying to do everything in his/her power to make it big or a highly educated human being with the get up and go to get ahead!

Does this sound like someone you know or even you?

There are many SCAMS out there and anyone can be fooled by them, no matter how smart they are. These "SCAMMERS" are good! They know how to get to you and even take advantage of your hopes and dreams to "MAKE it BIG" in today's world. These "SCAMMERS" know how to do it, they are very sly, incredibly nice and try to offer you the world.

If it has happened to you please be sure to take action. Believe it or not it has even happened to me. I have been "SCAMMED" by these so-called "GET RICH" schemes. Not because I am stupid, but because I LOVE my family and want to give them a good life; the best that life has to offer...

AND these "SCAMMERS" know how to get to you...

I have been in network marketing now for over six years. Partly because I have chosen to be home with my son while he is growing up and to take care of him without sending him to a stranger. Also, because I want to give my family the BEST that life has to offer while being at home.

So through many trials and tribulations I have actually found something that is profitable, honest, trustworthy and even FUN! I won't lie to you though and say it's easy...

It takes work and dedication just like anything out there.

...AND I do know that others can't build your business for you, but when they SAY that they will build it and you don't have to unless you choose to then THAT is what they should stand by!! AND I DON'T mean paying you $1 for it...(ooops got a little off track there...)

So yes, I may be gullable and yes I may be foolish sometimes to think that I could actually be successful on the Internet...(as I have been told), but I am doing it, will do it and will NOT let anyone stand in my way!

Including the "SCAMMERS" out there.

If you are in any of the positions above or need help with your business or are looking for something honest and lucrative PLEASE contact me...
I have been through it all.

But NOW I can honestly say that I have found something fantastic. It takes time and dedication just like anything in life, but I will help you.

I will coach you all the way and hold you by the hand if necessary, but you MUST meet me half way. Treat it like a business and it will happen! There is no SCAM here just a group of online marketers, who are experts in many different areas...who WANT to help!

Whether you have zero Internet experience or are and avid network marketer. OR even if you have a business and just need to a presence on the Internet, but don't have the time to focus on it, we will take care of it for you!

Get in touch with me and I will lead you in the right direction. Coaching is the way to go, no matter what your situation. I am here to help and have the support of a dedicated team! So please take advantage of the free basic coaching program here:


Jill Ann Bromwich
skype: jillannbromwich

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

September - Full Steam Ahead!

September - Full Steam Ahead!
How are you feeling about your business?
Is it a slow time for you?
Are you wondering why and when it will go...

'Full Steam Ahead'

Well consider this:
Have you been focusing on a daily method of operation?
This is necessary for success and will definitely begin to show results!

Remember though it is the middle of SUMMER and things tend to slow down during this season especially in the Network Marketing arena…

However can you even believe that summer is almost half over?
AND September is just around the corner?

School is starting and the kids are heading back to school soon!

So, what are your plans? Start NOW! Don't just wait around for September...

Be ready for September when it gets here by working on your business NOW…
So when September does roll around you will be ahead of the gang.

NOT just starting…

Try looking for people who need something new for September...
Or people who want something to do while their children are busy at school...
Or something for people who are tired of their daily September routine…

So let's get busy and go...

"Full Steam Ahead"

Any questions please feel free to ask me I am glad to help.

I will give tips on a daily method of operation in the next post!!

Sincerely, Jill
Senior Online Synergy Coach

skype id: jillannbromwich

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Successful Business Relationships

Are you Looking for More Success in Your Business?

In order to have success in business you must have successful relationships in general. Just like in your daily relationships, you may find there are people who you do not work well with or connect with in business. However in order to be successful in business you must be able to put these differences aside and concentrate on the business at hand. You should be able to work well with those you associate with in business. Business relationships must be built on trust and common interests in helping others, while providing financial input relative to the unique business.

You will find that people who are successful in business tend to network often and build relationships. This is how they are able to grow a successful business, by communicating with others who are like-minded and can put aside their differences.

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Balancing Work and Family Part I and II

Balancing Work and Family-Part II
Business, Family | By: JillAnnBromwich

I previously wrote an article about managing your time while working at home. This seems to be difficult for many people when trying to work at home with family responsibilities as well.

So this here is part two to that article…
I have been working at home for about three years now ever since my son was born. In my opinion, it is the best thing that anyone could imagine! Why would you want to go out to work in that daily commute when you could be home with your family, while bringing in an extra income?

It may sound easy to be home, but it can become very challenging. How can you manage to build your business, while still being able to focus on the children?

I have found that you have to plan ahead. You must have things available for your child to do so that you can focus on your work, but you also need to separate work from family so that you spend quality time with them.

Decide what your priority is for the day. How much work needs to be done? Plan the number emails you will send out or the number of ads you need to post or the number of people you need to talk to per day. Once this is accomplished you can relax and spend quality time with your family, but how do you know the amount of work to be done in order to have a successful home business? It is recommended to do a minimum of five hours per week. To me this is not enough to be successful, however. I would suggest a minimum of ten to fifteen hours.
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Balancing Work and Family-Part I

Balancing work and family life is important, however, it may not be as easy as it sounds. You have the benefits of being at home with your children, but how do you balance this with work and stay focused on what you are doing? Not only are you thinking of what you have to do next, but there is the dreaded chore of housework and meals to make. It takes a lot of self-discipline! You can manage your time in order to handle what distractions might come your way and have the best of both worlds, that of working at home without having a stressful commute. It sounds like the perfect solution.
Here are some tips for managing your time working at home and some ideas of how to do this. It is imperative that you plan ahead and write down your goals. Decide the best times of the day to work and balance these times with your family’s schedule. Your schedule may be different depending on whether you are an early bird or prefer to work at night when the children are in bed. You should have a designated work area and importantly, remember to take breaks so you will work more efficiently.

Your Senior Online Coach

Stupid or Not so Stupid?

Ask a Stupid Question & You will Get a Stupid Answer…Probably Not. Business | By: JillAnnBromwich

I enjoy helping others while working at home. So I help with anything from working online to editing and am always teaching. When I work with you I work with you. I will help you with whatever you need and will answer any question you have no matter how ’stupid’ you think it may be.

AND I will find out the answer for you if I am not 100% sure of it myself. I work with top marketers and have been trained from them. Speaking of which, they are some of the nicest people I have met.

If you are just starting out working online or even if you are a seasoned marketer, no question is ’stupid’ to me…

I will help you…

My husband once told me about a math teacher he had in highschool who made him feel ’stupid’ for asking a math question. Ever since then he has ‘hated’ math. To this day he gets upset with himself when he can’t figure out the answer. So we chatted about it and I found that it was due to this previous teacher who made him feel this way and totally NOT his fault. Could you imagine if the teacher answered the question nicely and professionally. My husband would feel so much better about math today.

Funny enough, now he is a Master Electrician and a Landscape Designer, both requiring lots of math.

Being a teacher myself I cannot imagine making someone feel this way. I don’t care how stupid the question is or if you have asked it ten times, I will answer it. I might remind you of the answer, but will always do it kindly. I would never treat my students that way. To this day when helping adults work online or when tutoring students I treat them with the respect they deserve.

So go ahead, ask me a ’stupid’ question or ask me it one hundred times…

I will help and you probably will NOT get a ’stupid’ answer!

Your Teacher and Friend,

Jill Ann Bromwich

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So You Need Help?

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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Being Authentic and Real

Here are some tips about being authentic and real in your business, just like in your every day life.

1. "Practise Makes Perfect!"

The more you practise, the easier it gets! When you know you are being authentic and real with people, it just flows…it becomes natural to you, just like riding a bike.

2. "Become Passionate!"

By trying the products yourself, you become more passionate about them and will find it easier to talk to people. You will also become more passionate about the opportunity or business you are in. Also, you will begin to find it easier to share the opportunity, just like when you are sharing information about a new movie you saw!

3. “Helping Others!”

Helping others is essential in life and business. It makes you feel good to help people and especially makes them feel good. Think about it, they may really need the help and extra income in order to feed their family or spend more time with family.

4. “Don’t Be Selfish!”

Without meaning to sound harsh, it is selfish NOT to share your opportunity and tell people about it. Your business could help people save money, get healthy and/or make money. When looking for representatives don’t worry about losing a customer, think of it as gaining a team. There are always more just around the corner.

5. ”What Goes Around, Comes Around!”

When you help enough people get what they want, you will get what you want. “What goes around, comes around.”

Be sure to be consistent, whether that means consistently talking to people or having a daily routine.

As your YOUR belief and passion grows, you will attract people like you never have before!!


Jill Ann


skype: jillannbromwich

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Saturday, May 1, 2010

Need Coaching?

When you work online you may begin to become overwhelmed with all that is available out there.

There are services for everything and they can be very costly services…

So I would suggest to always look for free help and training, because it is available…

I also suggest taking advantage of the free trials. You can always cancel if you are not happy with the services you are getting.

I personally have tried a few of the free trials and they have ended up being quite successful for me.

There is so much training and help available that you have an opportunity to have your program paid for once the trial has ended and you end up getting paid for your efforts.

I have been working online now going on four years and am here to show you the ins and outs of what it takes to be successful online.

So if you are feeling lost and not sure where to go, please ask me. I can help you with editing, blogs, site design, marketing your business and much more…

I will be very happy to coach you along the way!

Coaching for You


skype jillannbromwich

Is She Mad at Me?

The other day I called a friend to chat.

We are good friends, but sometimes have our disagreements. That’s what friends do right?

Well, I asked if she wanted to meet me at the local shopping mall. That’s what friends do, right?

She said, “No, not today, not a good time, gotta go…” Well, I was shocked, worried, upset…

“What did I do?”

“What did I say?”

I thought to myself, “I am never calling her again!”

Are these the words that go through your mind when talking to prospects?

You, have to realize…it is NOT about you!

My friend was just busy that day, had something she had to do, or maybe had a child that was getting into something…

We talked later in the week and she apologized…said she was sooooooooooo busy that day.

Remember, this can be the same type of scenario that happens when talking or calling people you want to join you.

They are not thinking about you, they are thinking about what they have to do that day or what’s in it for them.

It’s NOT about you!!

If you use this type of thought process when talking to people or calling on the phone, it will certainly help!!

It will remind you to keep going, there are so many people out there looking for help or who are not happy with their current situation.

So, never stop!

Keep up the good work!

If you have any questions, I am here.


skype: jillannbromwich

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Time for Work at Home, but How?

Time for a new tip...
I previously wrote an article about managing your time while working at home. This seems to be difficult for many people when trying to work at home with family responsibilities as well.

So this here is part two to that article...
I have been working at home for about three years now ever since my son was born. In my opinion, it is the best thing that anyone could imagine! Why would you want to go out to work in that daily commute when you could be home with your family, while bringing in an extra income?

It may sound easy to be home, but it can become very challenging. How can you manage to build your business, while still being able to focus on the children?

I have found that you have to plan ahead. You must have things available for your child to do so that you can focus on your work.

But you also need to separate work from family so that you spend quality time with them.

Decide what your priority is for the day. How much work needs to be done? Plan the number emails you will send out or the number of ads you need to post or the number of people you need to talk to per day. Once this is accomplished you can relax and spend quality time with your family.

But how do you know the amount of work to be done in order to have a successful home business? It is recommended to do a minimum of five hours per week. To me this is not enough to be successful, however.

I would suggest a minimum of ten to fifteen hours.

Think about it though, fifteen hours a week compared to forty hours at a regular job outside of the home...and you are with your family!

Working online especially can be very time consuming. So be careful!

You might focus on work for two hours at a time or even one hour at a time. Then spend an hour with your child. When you are making meals or doing the laundry be sure to include your child in these tasks, as they will feel proud to help, if they are younger that

That way you are spending quality time, while getting chores done as well. we like to say!

However, when your child is sleeping or at school is the most opportune time to get work done of course.

Play a game; colour; read lots of books; go to the library...

Remember, just because you have the opportunity to work at home, you are doing this for your family, so don't take the time away from them that they deserve!

Are you looking to work at home and be with your family? Do you miss those precious hours at home with your loved ones? Feel free to ask for advice...

Are you currently working at home, but need help or support? Please ask me for help as well!

Jill Ann Bromwich
skype: jillannbromwich
Wise to Working at Home

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Blogging Tips

A blog is similar to a personal journal or diary, but it is online. In a blog you can express yourself by sharing your thoughts, goals and dreams. A blog is like your own website that is updated on an ongoing basis. The word blog is actually a short form of the word weblog and the two words are used interchangeably.

Blogging is now considered a hobby and every day millions of people, with or without technical ability, write on their blogs. There are been many helpful tools for people to write blogs. With basic instructions you can write your blog. Through the Internet, bloggers are able to reach thousands of people everyday.

Let’s first discuss what you will need for your blog.

First you need software that will run your blog. Programs for blogs are similar to Microsoft Word that you use to create and read text documents. Blog programs allow you to write and publish a blog.

The second thing you need is a place on the Internet to put your blog. You will need a URL, which is an address for your blog so people will be able to find you. This is called "hosting".

You can choose to use a free blog site like Blogger or a paid one. With a paid site you will just get fewer features than what a paid site offers. If you use a paid site you can have more than one author on your. Sometimes in a free site you will find the host puts advertising on your blog. It is a good idea to try the free sites first to start blogging and see how you like it.

Once you signup for a Blogger account you are on your way.

You will need to create your account and then name your blog. Choose a name that represents what your blog will be about or make one using your full name. It is a good idea to have one with your name, as this begins to show you as a leader in your industry.

The next step is choosing a template. There are many amazing templates out there to choose from or you can use the ones supplied on Blogger or Yola. Just click on the top tab where it says template and you will see the free ones to choose from. Click right on the one you like. You will be able to see an example of it with your blog title in place.

Then you can start your first blog. You will want to have a page titled ‘about me’ and be sure to have a small paragraph about you so that people can get to know you from your blog.

There is a place to include your picture, which is again recommended so that people can put a face to the blog writer, so to speak.

Remember to have any pertinent information above the fold, as this is what people will see when they open your link. Some may or may not continue to scroll down, so you want them to see something above the fold that will keep them on your page including a picture of yourself if you choose.


Sunday, January 17, 2010

Where Do I Find Leads?

As I mentioned in the previous blog, often your upline wants you to bring them leads that they will call with you, they say they will help you, but if you don't have leads for them...well they don't seem to be around...

...And when you do find leads, what happens if your upline isn't there to answer the questions that the leads may have?

Well, let's start with finding leads in the first place.
This may not be an easy task for many reasons:

1. There are many people who aren't interested in what you have to offer.
2. They don't want to be bothered.
3. They are too busy.
4. They don't have the money to join.
5. They don't trust the business or you for that matter.

...and the list goes on...

Anyhow, where are the people that might be interested? They can be found online, but it takes some work, they will not just come to must go to them.

So, what I suggest is first building your lists online. You need to have somewhat of a following online in order to even be noticed. Getting noticed by your followers is another issue that we will discuss next.

But first let's build a following...

Let's start with Twitter and Facebook. They are by far the first most important networking sites to be on. There are many hidden ones where you can find network marketers, but starting out...begin at Twitter and Facebook.

This blog will focus on Twitter and Facebook will be discussed in the next blog.

1. Twitter Following:
Add, add and add more people. To do this just click on the square with the plus sign on the far right. Keep adding... I suggest adding people that are in network marketing already and are known in the industry. This makes you appear to also be an avid network marketer with many friends in the industry. Try adding people who may seem interested in what you are offering as well, but in general just keep adding people. What will happen is, you will start being noticed on your "following" and "follower'" pages and then their followers will start adding you too. This helps your list to grow and grow...

But don't think that 1,000, 2,000 or even 5,000 people is a large list; there are lists out there of over 10,000 and even 20,000 people for that keep adding people daily. The daily limit of Twitter is about 250.

2. Twitter Retweets:Retweeting on Twitter is a great way to build a following also. This gets you 'out there' and noticed by more people than you realize. When you retweet and post something that you like or that you find interesting, others may feel the same way and begin to notice you. By getting noticed this will also increase your followers, as people will continue to add you.

To Retweet, you can copy and paste the phrase you want to Retweet, but be sure to put 'RT' before the name of the person's 'tweet'.
For example: RT @ Jillblue (Retweet goes here...)

So when you are busy adding people on Twitter, people are also busy adding you, thus increasing those you are "following" and those who are following you, your "followers".

You could try acting as a leader in the industry, build your own sites and help others, but there are only a few real 'gurus' in the industry and the competition is getting tough out there, not to scare

It is suggested to have your own blog and get it out there as much as possible. This will also get you noticed. Blogging will be featured in another blog of mine...

I do agree with trying to stand out online and be yourself and really the only way to standout, since so many things have been done online is to BE YOURSELF!

Think about what is unique about you...what makes you, YOU?

If you have further questions feel free to contact me here or at:


Thursday, January 14, 2010

Down to the Basics

Everyone out there tells you about SEO and CEO and what to do about your business.

But what about the basics?

What do you need to know to get your business going or get into gear when you are just starting out?

Are you looking for help from your upline, but need more support?

Well, I would like to help you with that...

Sometimes your upline thinks that you should do the work, contact them and do more work. You should find the leads on your own and let them know so they can do a three-way call with you or talk to your prospects to complete the signup.

But, does this work in theory? They don't help until you bring them people...but you need people first!

They tell you when you find someone they will help, but do they help you find people in the first place?

Often that is what is needed...

People are still told to go to their 'warm market' first (family and friends)...but what if you don't want to bother your family and friends?

Well, they tell you, if you think you are bothering your family and friends you don't understand the products or the business. You need more belief in the products or whatever is being offered.

So what can help with this?

As far as finding leads, there are many ways to go about it, which I will explain in the following blog.

But for now...let's talk about family and friends.

As far as family and friends, I have had my share of 'bothering them' They are used to me telling about my businesses, but they still do not completely understand.

I do not pressure them in anyway and have finally learned not to go to them anymore. Well, except my mom, she has been the ultimate in supporting me!

So, don't let your upline make you feel like you must be pushy or that you have to go to your 'warm market' at all!

But, if you choose to contact family and friends, do so in a round about way. Don't come right out and say, "Hey, join my business!"

Consider a more subtle approach, like:
"I just found out how to make an extra income while being home with the family."
"I was at the store today and realized how lucky I am to work at home."

Try listening to people and find out what their issues are, then try to help them...always look for ways to help others:
"I found out about a new drink that helped my friend lose weight..."
"I just found out about a wonderful skincare line that is natural too..."
"I tried this amazing chocolate that is a probiotic too..."
"I finally found a supportive system in my business, where I am not alone..."
"I found out how to make money at home, so I can spend more time with my family..."

Then let them start asking questions and open the door so you don't feel like you are bothering them, but that you are answering their questions.

Who knows, they just might be interested!

What I suggest is to do some of each, build your lists online and chat offline if you are comfortable with it.

As far as list building and acquiring leads, please stay tuned for my next blog!

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