One of the greatest challenges to face Corporate America in over 50 years is “what to do with Millennials?” Unlike network marketing, Corporate America has historically been slow to adapt to necessary changes and management styles to attract and retain the brightest and best as new generations enter the workforce. What many see as “problems”…

jennie potter climbing

The first day my husband Dave and I met was also the first day I ever rock climbed. It was a multi-pitch epic climb that took us a good part of the day. I was terrified the entire time, not trusting the rope to hold me if I fell, not trusting my shoes to stick to…

Ever wondered how much information sticks during training?  How can you help your team to absorb more of the training you give them, and increase the chances that information will “stick” and be put into use for the long term? Let’s take a closer look. Cognitive Load Theory According to psychologists who have studied how people…

network marketing coaching

Have you sponsored someone in the business whom you felt would set the world on fire—and they won’t leave the house? Part of the reason may be of the way they were brought into the business. Countless leaders and consultants sponsor new people by explaining to them how to work only a few times a…

global convention

What are you responsible for? Some of us define our responsibilities narrowly (our health, family, finances…), while others see a much bigger picture. How different would the world be if Mother Teresa had felt that the leper in the street was not her responsibility, or if Martin Luther King had decided to stay a local…

undivided attention

STAY FOCUSED. We often hear this from our leaders. One of the first challenges leaders encounter is training associates to stay focused. Especially newbies who are fighting all kinds of distractions. When we enter this brave new world, we already have a full schedule, so the shift to the new routine can be treacherous. Distractions…