From customized packaging to messaging to building unique product combinations, consumers are willing to pay top dollar for customization. According to a study by YouGov, 49 percent of Americans are interested in buying customized items.
The pandemic abruptly changed how and where employees did their jobs. Working from home—a long-standing staple within the direct selling distributor field—became the new norm for many corporations.
The names say it all. Walt Disney. Henry Ford. James Cash Penney. Iconic Founders and CEOs who came to personify the brands they led in the minds and hearts of their employees and the world. This phenomenon is perhaps even more prevalent in direct selling, where there is a long and storied tradition of charismatic leaders who have become synonymous with the companies they helm.
Our culture, rooted in love, is what sets us apart. At Total Life Changes (TLC), our employees are not mere numbers or resources; they are a part of our work family. Ours is a safe environment where people are encouraged to rise to the pinnacle of their potential.
Highly engaged employees appreciate their coworkers, love the organization they are working for and are fully connected to the overall mission and goals associated with their role. They function like company evangelists, catalyzing contagious enthusiasm to the rest of the team.
2021 was a landmark year for direct selling on many fronts. This post is the second in a series of articles looking back on 2021 and looking ahead to 2022.
Total Life Changes will offer the My Health Matters Challenge free of charge to participants. The five-day virtual health conference will encourage people to take health and fitness into their own hands to create healthier habits and lifestyles.
As the classic sales and marketing rule goes, “Tell them what it DOES, not what it IS.” The core of that principle is built on the fact that customers are looking for solutions to their problems.
With the benefit of time and distance, 2020 sales numbers and some hindsight, these industry leaders take a short, retrospective look inside their companies during a year like no other. In so doing, they help the direct selling industry re-think crises while telling the stories of how their teams met disruptive challenges and leveraged 2020’s new business reality to create a renewal that re-energized their field organizations and helped solidify their growth trajectories for 2021 and beyond.
“We were already experiencing quick momentum in quarters three and four in 2019, which carried over into 2020. We were very optimistic that we would see 2020 sales increase by 20 to 30 percent or even higher than the previous year,” recalls John Licari, Total Life Changes, chief operating officer.
DSN in partnership with Transformation Capital released the February Digital Momentum Index. Exiting the holidays, the full 100-company list saw increases in average monthly fan/follow growth and engagement across both platforms (Facebook and Instagram). Additionally, February saw an average increase in web traffic. January’s publication received significant international attention, and we are very excited to […]
To gain perspective and understanding about what’s around the corner for 2021, it seemed prudent to profile some 2020 direct selling outliers. Here, eight executives reflect on a year that sometimes delivered unexpected and rapid increases in sales and growth for their companies, despite less-than-optimal pandemic conditions that caused pain and recession-like contractions for so many […]