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3 Commitments You Need to Succeed at Direct Sales

Direct sales isn’t an easy path to get rich quick.

Like anything worthwhile in life, being successful in your jewelry business takes hard work and commitment.

Here are 3 commitments you need to succeed in your business!

1. Commitment to success

In order to be successful, you need to think successfully!

Are you a Debbie Downer? Are you always thinking about and pointing out the bad things around you? Do you view yourself as a victim of circumstances?

If you want to be successful in your business, you need to stop this kind of thinking!

Instead of focusing on obstacles, focus on opportunities.

Instead of being discouraged by failure, be encouraged to learn from your mistakes and do better next time.

Instead of thinking about the negative, look for the positive.

A positive commitment to success will do much to help your business grow and thrive!

2. Commitment to working hard

Direct sales can present a great opportunity for people. But as mentioned before, it’s not a “get rich quick” scheme.

In order to be successful you will need to work. You’re not going to make enormous amounts of money if you only go into it half-heartedly.

You will need to put a lot of time, effort, and planning into your business, especially as you’re first starting and trying to get things figured out.

So if you want to be really successful, commit right now to working your tail off!

3. Commitment to overcoming your fears

If you want your jewelry business to be successful, you will have to do some things that scare you or that don’t come naturally to you.

Some big fears people have include doing live videos on Facebook and talking to strangers.

But if you really want to be successful, you will have to overcome your fears and do these things. Courage does not mean you are unafraid; it means you act in spite of those fears!

Sometimes the first step is to just do it. You’ll find that the more you do it – the more you go live, the more you bring up your jewelry to a stranger in the waiting room – the less scary it seems!

No one expects you to be perfect and if you mess something up you can just learn from it and do better next time. Don’t let your fears hinder your success!

If you’re interested in more tips like this, feel free to check out our course on doubling your revenue in 90 days!


Sam Pelton

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