A. So you can have a way to build your business through small groups of people
B. So you can sell lots of jewelry
C. So you can make new friends
D. So you can give fashion advice
A. To meet the guests that arrive early
B. This will give you time to organize your jewelry
C. You will have time to plant some seeds about the hostess becoming a director.
D. You will have time to help the hostess straighten up around her house
A. Wait for the show to begin before greeting guests
B. Enroll in a class that will teach you how to be outgoing
C. Tell your hostess that you will take care of welcoming the guests.
D. Spending time with the hostess going over her guest list and becoming familiar with her friends and acquaintances.
A. So she will have another show for you.
B. So the guests can see how you treat your hostesses.
C. This will show the guests that you are a nice person.
D. So she will place a large jewelry order.
A. Yes, games are required at every show.
B. We are in the party business, so party games work well.
C. Any kind of game or activity that encourages introductions is acceptable.
D. Wait until the orders are completed at the end of the show, then play games
A. Tell the guests that we will always replace their jewelry for any reason.
B. Tell the guests that they will get a copy of the guarantee with their order.
C. Tell them that the jewelry comes with a lifetime guarantee
D. Tell the guests to give it to their director to return for them.
A. The Flip Chart should be used only by new directors until they memorize the show
B. The Flip Chart should be used by those who want to make the show shorter.
C. The Flip Chart can be used by everyone in Park Lane, throughout the show.
D. The Flip Chart should be used only if you have more than 10 guests in attendance
A. That is a good idea; it’s better to explain the buying plan in detail to make sure guests understand it.
B. It’s better to explain the “best” part; the director program and focus on that part.
C. Since everyone wants bookings, why not focus just on the “better” segment of our program.
D. It’s good to focus on “good, better and best” from the beginning of the show.
A. Yes, if everyone has a catalog, then they can be more accurate with the items they want.
B. No, catalogs cost the director money, so this is not the best use of the catalog.
C. No, by only jotting down the name of the item that is being shown, the guest is building a list of things they like.
D. Yes, looking up this information now will save time later.
A. Talk about it in the beginning of the show so guests will be thinking about it,
B. Talk about it as you show the jewelry so they can think about having a kit of their own.
C. Talk about it while the guests are trying on the jewelry; jewelry that could be theirs also.
D. All of the Above