RockStars Weekly

Incorporating teams within Rockstars. Jan 10th 2016

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This week is a key time in the year to think about what you really want from your business and from your life.

Scribble some thoughts down and think about how you want your life to look in a year.


  1. What changes do you need to make to reach that?
  2. What skills do you need to improve?
  3. How much money will it cost? (& how much do you need to earn to make it happen)
  4. How much time will it take?
  5. Whose help will I need?
  6. What do I need to learn?
  7. Where do I need to go?


Break your goals down into a 12 month goal and a more tangible 90 day goal.

Often we adjust our 12 month goal depending on how we are doing with our 90 day goals, to keep us on the right track.


You can email me your Goals if you would like some help in making a plan stylistmichele@gmail.com - although for business goals you should also share this with your sponsor and/or upline leader.

A Pep Talk from Kid President to You
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The Importance of Goals & Why You Should Write Them Down!

"A Goal without a Plan is just a Wish"


  • Goals propel you forward
  • Goals transform insurmountable mountains into walkable hills
  • Goals help us to believe in ourselves
  • Goals hold us accountable for failures
  • Goals narrow down what we truly want & what matters
  • Goals enforce personal growth & development
  • Goals help us live life to the fullest


Your goals become real when you write them down.

Before you actually record them they are just in your head. They are thoughts which may or may not come to fruition. They are merely wishes. Things that you would like to have or do. But the minute you write them down they become tangible objectives that you can imagine yourself possessing. The more detail you write the more realistic your goals become.

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Famous Failures
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DOUBLE YOUR PRIZES!

Head Office have launched a fab challenge, everyone who sells 1500PQV in January (approx £1250) will receive a pair of Stella & Dot Sunglasses when they are launched with the Summer Capsule Collection in April (see Stylist Lounge for more info)


Double the Fun!

Everyone who earns their sunglasses will go into a draw to win additional prizes from me!

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Business Builders Group - Surrey

If you are committed to promoting to the next level and ultimately aiming for Star Stylist, then ask me about joining my Business Builders Group (formerly known as Rising Stars), we meet monthly and work together to focus on growing our businesses.
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The more you read the more you know, the more you learn the more you grow...

I get a lot of requests for suggested reading, here are some top picks! Top Tip: if you have little time to read, try the audiobooks (from iTunes or Audible) & listen in the car or in the kitchen!


  • Essentialism by Greg McKeown (focus on the right things!)
  • Better Than Before by Gretchen Ruben (Mastering good habits)
  • The Flip Flop CEO by Janine Finney and Lory Muirhead (understanding Direct Selling)
  • What the Most Successful People do before Breakfast by Laura Vanderkam (secrets of early rising)
  • Positive Intelligence by Shirzad Chamine (as used by all S&D staff including Jessica Herrin - it helps you to identify and manage internal saboteurs)
  • Eat That Frog by Brian Tracy (excellent time management tips)
  • The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin
  • Go for No by Richard Fenton (learn to overcome hearing No)
  • Energy Bus by Jon Gordon
  • Build it Big by DWSA (real stories from top industry leaders)
  • 168hours by Laura Vanderkam (in depth life time-management)
  • Be a Recruiting Superstar by Mary Christensen (learn to sponsor!)
  • Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg


Let me know any suggestions you have too!

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and finally... a flashback!

Mark Ronson - Uptown Funk ft. Bruno Mars

Get in Touch!

If you have a story worth sharing, let me know! I love to hear what you are getting up to...


Also, if you have a Stylist on your team who deserves a mention in our next newsletter, please let me know, include their name and a bit about why/what they have done.

x

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Welcome to Stella & Dot!

I am your upline Senior Director, I support your sponsors, hold regular training and meetings and am here to support you, so that you get what YOU want out of your Stella & Dot Business. The person who sponsored you should be your first point of contact with everyday queries. However you can reach out to me if you have any issues or suggestions or require assistance that your sponsor is unable to give.


About Me:

I am a mum of three school age children, this is my second business in this industry, I joined S&D when we launched in the UK in 2012 when my previous jewellery company closed down, I have been in the biz for about 6 years. When I first started I had babies, toddlers and another job, and to be honest, I joined to get discount on my wishlist! however after my first party, I knew that this was what I wanted to do, so I made a plan with my sponsor and quit my job within 6 months and have never looked back. I still work part-time and do about 6 parties a month.


I live in Surrey, I'm married to the very patient Mr P and I survive on black coffee and gin.


I look forward to meeting you soon!


Michele

XOXO


Michele Porter

Senior Director & Independent Stylist

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Connect with your Sponsor

The person who introduced you to the business is called your Sponsor. She will be responsible for your initial Q&A and getting you started.


It's important to be honest with your sponsor about what you want from your business so that she can offer the right level of support.


During your Jumpstart period (your first 60 days) we recommend having a quick chat once a week with your sponsor.

Not on Facebook? You're missing out!

We have a Team Facebook page for Majestics, it's a closed private group just for us.

I use this Facebook page to do give-aways and share important information as it happens. it is also a useful forum for you to ask questions and share tips.


Even if you don't want to use Facebook for your personal life, you really need to use it for communication purposes within the team and wider Stella & Dot community.


Add me as a friend and I'll add you to the group: www.facebook.com/michele.porter1

Attend a Monthly Meeting (every month!)

Stylists who regularly attend a monthly meeting have much stronger businesses and are more likely to have longevity. Without connecting with other Stylists doing the same job, it's very hard to get motivated and inspired. Also, it's more fun together!


See Forthcoming Events above, if we aren't holding one in your area, there are many other Directors and Leader-led meetings all over the country. Search under events in the Tools & Resources/Stella & Dot University part of the Stylist Lounge or website to find yours.


If there isn't one, then tell me!! I am working with Head Office to get the nation covered.

Making the Most of Jumpstart

A bit of sisterly advice to you all. If there's one thing you'll kick yourself for not doing, it's making the most of your JumpStart (first 60 days).


Familiarise yourself with what you could be earning in this period and chat to your sponsor about it.

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Read & Watch The Weekly BUZZ

The Buzz is the weekly newsletter from Head Office, it's how announcements are made, it's short and fun but has links to all the tools that you need to run your business right now.


It's a 5 minute video, once a week. Just watch it!

Stella & Dot University

This is an online learning resource, basically a library of documents and videos to help you self-educate your way to success. I know at first it seems really daunting. Start with the New Stylist section first!


Spend a good few hours in your first week watching videos and familiarising yourself with SDU.

Getting Started Guide

This is a fab booklet available in the Business Supplies section of our shop on the Stylist Lounge. You can buy it, or you can download a copy for free from SDU.

Head Office Training Calendar

There is a weekly New Stylist Training call you can dial into with Sam Walpole, our UK Training Manager.


Find this on the Stylist Lounge, it not only shows what training and support is taking place, but also has recorded archives of training calls. I download these as mp3's and listen to them on my phone or ipod in the car or around the house.

The Stylist Lounge

You should get in the habit of logging on every day during your first few weeks, to get used to where everything is.


News items in particular, as well as the Product Alert list which is updated daily and shows any items low or out of stock and when they are due back in.

Embrace 2242!

Follow this formula for success...


2 Conversations a day (to book or sponsor) will build your business so that the rest will follow:


2 Conversations per day

2 Outside orders per week (not from a TS)

4 Trunk Shows per month

2 New Stylists Sponsored per month.

Hoopla!

Hoopla is our Annual 2 day Conference, it is in June, in London.

If you want be successful and earn more money from your business, you need to go to Hoopla.


We have the best, game-changing training, not to mention cocktail parties, team parties prizes, dancing and FUN!

CEO & Founder Jessica Herrin, Chairman Mike Lohner, Chief Creative Officer (heads up Design Studio in NYC) Blythe Harris and VP of Global Training Danielle Redner will be there, they are each so inspiring and motivating, but when they get together, great things happen!


Tickets will go on sale a few months beforehand.

Tickets usually cost about £150 and include products to the same value in our goody bag. S&D negotiate a good hotel rate for us and Stylists usually share rooms to keep the cost down too.


Next Hoopla: June or July 2016 tbc

Our Team at Head Office in Hammersmith

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