We’re not all outgoing. We’re not all social butterflies. In fact, 16 to 50 percent of the population struggle with meeting people and networking. These people are sometimes called “introverts.” What are introverts? An introvert is a person who is predominantly concerned with their own thoughts and feelings rather than with external things.
We’re gonna talk about that blessed 72-hour game plan right now. Whether you’re a Retailer or in the queue club, LuLaRoe’s 72-hour Plan is basically the foundation to your business and like any foundation, it absolutely and totally connects to your WHY (everything should!) The 72-hour Game Plan is the perfect way for new Retailers to kick off their business on the right foot. But it is also a wonderful way for even the most successful and seasoned consultants to give their LuLaRoe business a boost when necessary. Although you may know what your WHY is and why you’re here at LuLaRoe, sometimes actually achieving that WHY can be hard. That’s where the 72-hour Game Plan comes in: it’s the HOW to your WHY. It’s the foundation, the oars in your boat, the hot air in your balloon, the engine to your vehicle, and honey it will ALWAYS work for you.
Social media is an absolute must these days when it comes to promoting a business or brand, ESPECIALLY your LuLaRoe business. The average person has five (FIVE!) social media accounts and spends, collectively, about 3.8 hours browsing those networks every day. If you break that up between each platform (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.) throughout the day, you can have your brand or business popping up several times a day, keeping your LuLaRoe clothing a constant thought on their mind.
Knowing how to properly manage our time can be one of the most challenging things to accomplish, but also the most rewarding. In this day and age, it seems as if everything is in constant motion; it’s a fast paced, never ending cycle of phone updates, past due bills, and carpool lanes that we can’t seem to escape. Which leads us to ask ourselves, how would one begin to find the time to operate a successful business? Our answer, Time Management; which is simply the process of exercising conscious control of how you distribute your time to specific activities.