The era of 9-to-5 cubicle jobs is rapidly coming to an end. Entrepreneurial individuals are increasingly eschewing traditional work arrangements to make a living by independently selling products, sharing underutilized assets and providing services.
Attracting and retaining independent consultants is a primary goal for any company owner or executive in this channel.
Consumers have embraced the convenience of the mobile culture, becoming more invested in technology and innately proficient with digital communication.
The memories of a past system outage can be forever seared in your brain.
Throughout our 30 years of business in the direct selling channel, we’ve been on a never-ending search to identify the consistent elements that successful companies have in common.
For many people, happily indulging themselves at family gatherings and parties over the holidays is a ritual they eagerly look forward to every year.
According to the 2016 Growth and Outlook Survey from the Direct Selling Association, more and more Americans see direct selling opportunities as the wave of the future.
If you are like me, you may have a soft spot in your heart for the show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, a heartwarming show that aired from 2003 to 2012.
I am a businessman who loves taxes, but most of the businesspeople I meet do not share my enthusiasm for the subject. Where I think about taxes every day, they don’t like to think about taxes unless they absolutely must.
A company thrives because of its customer base, those who repeatedly purchase the goods or services of a business.