Halloween Planning for Your Thirty-One Business

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Holiday planning for your direct sales business is not an option!

I already have a plan laid out for October, November, and December! And my Halloween bags just arrived this week. These are 12×17 bags with a handle. Just like regular trick-or-treat bags. Find out what I’m doing with them below!

You can find these bags at: http://www.orientaltrading.com/sweet-halloween-trick-or-treat-bags-a2-25_8728.fltr?prodCatId=551313+1237


I’ll be putting hostess packets in these bags and closing them up. I’ll be taking them to parties with me and letting them know there is a “mystery surprise” inside for anyone who books a party. The bags are just adorable and it’s FUN. You always have to be switching things up and keeping it fun!

Right now, you should be planning what you’re doing for Halloween, Black Friday, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Not only events and holidays, but also customer appreciation. And don’t forget giving back in your community!

You need to plan DATES. So once you figure out what you’re going to do, you need dates when everything starts and stops. Those dates are crucial to make sure you fit everything in!

And then…you thought I was done, hunh? You need to be training your team to do the same! Don’t have a team? Find some other direct sales consultants to meet for lunch and plan with you. It’s GREAT to get ideas from other people too!

Don’t know what to do? First time around the holidays with your direct sales business?

**GOOGLE! There’s tons of information out there

**Ask your upline, directors, other team members!!

**Search Youtube!! There is SO much great information on Youtube for direct sellers. This is one I made a year ago, but tons more will be coming this year:

So that simply gives you an idea that there are TONS of ideas out there. You just have to be willing to put the time into it! More than HALF of your business for the entire year will most likely be done in Oct/Nov/Dec. Are you ready for it?

Melissa Fietsam, Ind. Senior Executive Director at Thirty-One Gifts


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