Grow Your Home Business Home Meetings Vs One On One

Grow Your Home Business
Home Meetings Vs One On One

Grow Your Home Business, Home Meeting


Growing a home business doesn’t have to be as crazy as most people think. We are in a different time than our marketing predecessors back in the 70’s-90’s. Where most find the issue, is in the invite. Questions we ask ourselves: How can I help people understand that I am showing them something that could benefit them, who do I invite, how do i invite and where do I invite people to?

Have you been invited to a hotel or someone’s house for a ‘meeting’? Me too, they can be lots of fun. Who typically doesn’t have fun, is the one inviting. It’s nerve racking because you want everything to be perfect. You’re putting yourself out there for all to see…Being Vulnerable.

The question comes, do you invite to a home meeting or meet with people one on one.
A lot depends on how you sit with your friends.
In the Video Below, we discuss what to do and how to do it. When to invite to home meetings and when to meet one on one

When you’re looking to build, building locally is awesome because of the local culture you’re creating. How you build that local team, depends on you and your reputation with your crowd of people. 

I can’t wait to hear about your success stories.
“The Authentic Marketer”
Steve Krivda

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8 thoughts on “Grow Your Home Business Home Meetings Vs One On One

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Right on Yemisi 🙂

  1. Carl Davies

    Yes Steve. You explained this well.. if traditional network marketers can understand the new way to market. They will find it more fun and enjoyable and make way more sales.

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      I was very traditional, then all online and now I’m a hybrid. It’s the only way to go 🙂

  2. Lynn Brown

    Great tips and strategies Steve. I remember when my husband was doing home parties for the company he used to be with and we learned to always invite more people as only about 2/3 will actually show up. But I always thought they were fun and engaging. Thanks for always sharing the value!

  3. LuAnn

    awesome strategy tips home parties are fun and I’ve been to and had my share… even though they are fun and engaging I really like the Internet better…. just me though…thanks for sharing this awesome value

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