This is episode 53 of the Pam Sowder Podcast, with your host, Pam Sowder!
Pam has over 2 decades of field and corporate experience and was voted one of the most influential women in direct selling. She helps match the daily needs of distributors to everyday life challenges.
In this week’s episode, Pam is answering a single question asked by several listeners! They’re scared to lose rank in the business and the thought of falling below where they are gives them anxiety. They want to know how to get out of this spiraling mentality and how to grow their business rather than just maintain it! Pam gives her advice on what words we need to eliminate when talking about our business to allow it to flourish, how to switch your mentality from one of maintaining to one of growth, how to learn the necessary skills to rank up and continue growing, as well as actionable steps to take right now if you also find yourself in this state of being stuck and scared!
If you want to send Pam your own question, go to PamSowder.com or visit her Twitter @ItWorksPam and tweet her using the hashtags, #askpam and #pamsowder!
[:32] How to ask Pam your own #AskPam questions!
[:52] Pam answers her first great question from Christina, Tia, and Madeline (paraphrased): “Losing rank scares me! I’ve worked so hard to get where I’m at and falling below gives me anxiety.” Pam highlights some words we want to eliminate when talking about our business and instead talk life into your business.
[7:55] Pam highlights the issue with “keeping” or “maintaining” a rank and why you should always want to move forward, grow, and rank up!
[9:04] How to learn the skills necessary to rank up in the business.
[10:02] What Pam suggests Christina, Tia, and Madeline do to get out of this state of being stuck and scared.
Mentioned in this Episode
Stefani and Joel Dunn
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