How to organize your direct sales work week

How to get organized and slay your direct sales week

How to organize your direct sales and network marketing week

Feeling like you don’t know what to do each day for your business? I wrote this training for my personal team and I wanted to share it with you boss ladies. I know it can feel like you are working and spinning your wheels and your business may not seem like it is going anywhere. I encourage you to get intentional with each day and the tasks you dedicate to your business. This is a great practice for you mamas who work your side hustle alongside a full time job. Constantly posting on social media can be draining and trick you into thinking that you are working when you are really not. There is no way around this: you have to get your product and your fabulous self in front of people. That is what building a business is about, serving others.

I created a little plan for you, for the week. You don’t have to follow it exactly and you don’t need to beat yourself up if you don’t get to all the tasks I outlined. It is simply a guideline. What you do consistently in your business is what will generate results. This is absolutely an efforts in, results out business. You can have the success you want, all you have to do is put for the effort. Get honest with yourself about what you are really doing each week and track your results.

I created a little printable calendar for you to put by your computer or in your work space. Fill it out and watch how your relationships, sales and business grow. Grab the printable at the end of the post and tag me on instagram #luckyandlovely  and #lovelybiztips so I can see how you use it.


This is the day for you to get things in the mail, whether it is physical mailbox or email.

Example tasks:

Mail out samples, prizes, gifts, thank you notes, catalogs, opportunity brochures to your clients and prospectives. Make it a snail mail day or email day. Send out your email newsletter or special offers today. Whip up something sweet and short with your unique voice. Make it snappy and not always salesy.  Your customers want to hear from you. The inbox can be your best friend for sales and growing your business.

Mail box, drop off day for loaner kits of products. Get at least 2 loaner kits out this week. Get those kits in the boxes today.

How to organize your direct sales work week



Team Tuesday is the day to focus on your existing team and focus on growing your team. Have coaching calls, follow up with team members and send encouragement.

Prospect for new team members. Follow up with prospects, have recruiting conversations either in person or via phone or video chat. Revisit your dream team list and cultivate those relationships. Team Tuesday is a great day to have opportunity events either online or in person. Remember the fortune is in the follow up!

How to organize your direct sales work week


Work it Wednesday is the day to get your admin tasks for your business done. Make sure you have systems in place to help you run your business and stay organized.

  • Example tasks:
  • order supplies + products
  • create sample packs for next weeks mail out Monday
  • schedule social media content
  • clean your products up from drop off appointments
  • plan and shoot video content
  • organize your calendar and plan for the month
  • revisit your chicken list and add any new contacts that you met throughout the week
  • plan and write content for your client newsletter
  • add contacts to your mail chimp or email marketing system

How to organize your direct sales work week


Thinking of you Thursday is all about Follow up, Follow up, Follow up. The fortune is in the follow up. We have got to stay in front of people. People buy from those that they Know, Like and Trust. Here are a few examples of tasks you can do.

  • Follow up with prospective consultants and invite them to a meeting, watch a video or have a 3 way call with your upline
  • Follow up with the people you mailed things to on Monday
  • Follow up on orders and returns
  • Follow up with clients and make sure they are using their reward credits, store credits and points
  • Follow up and invite clients to join your company’s reward program
  • Follow up and book parties, drop offs and one on one appointments
  • Pick up your loaner kit from Monday. This is the day to get the products back in your hands and get them cleaned up and ready for the next client.What is your favorite way to follow up?

How to organize your direct sales work week


Feel Good Friday is here. Notice the theme of the week? Follow up. The fortune is in the follow up. 90% of your activity should be following up and staying top of mind. All the follow up you didn’t get to yesterday falls on today. Reach out and share the feel good feelings that Friday brings. This is a great day to do it because people are in a GOOD mood on Friday. Drop a text message or give your top prospects a call on their way home from work. Stand up, smile and speak confidently to your prospect.

How to organize your direct sales work week


Here is what I know for sure, as Zig Ziglar says “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. Get intentional with your work week and treat your business with the respect it deserves. When you work like a boss, you will get boss pay. When you work like a hobbyist, you will get hobbyist pay

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I am cheering you on from the sidelines and I can’t wait to see what you do with your new weekly plan. Send me a note and let me know what your goals are and how you plan to get there. I would love to support you and encourage you.


Get your direct sales work week organized + free printable

Ladies, it’s time to get busy, start tracking your activity and celebrating your success. Download your work week printable here.


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