This is episode 13 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.


This episode, Pam answers several new #AskPam questions submitted by listeners on Twitter! She explains the number one thing you can do to get your business to work for you, the most vital component to succeeding in your business, how to get rid of a “deflated” mentality, how to find the right team members, and how to structure your time efficiently to accommodate and manage all the different sides of your business!


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Key Takeaways

[:32] Pam reads a listener question: “I really wish this would work for me. I just don’t know what to do! I’ve tried everything and nothing is working.”

[:47] Networking not netwishing! Pam says the number one thing to get this business to work for you is to just get to work.

[1:59] The most vital component: get clear about why you want to be a part of this company and what you want from it; don’t be wishy-washy.

[8:00] Pam answers a question from another fantastic listener dreaming of achieving Double Diamond. She wants to know how she can rid her mentality of the deflate and dead legs. She says, “It takes a lot of work with each DT and it’s hard to think of letting them go to wipe the slate clean.”

[10:07] Find the right team members by following Pam’s steps: make a list of attributes of the type of person you want in your business and recruit those people, then embody that list as a leader.

[11:44] A great question from listener Theresa: she’s incredibly passionate about her business but her upline left and she doesn’t know where to go from here.

[14:11] A question from a brand new Ruby, Megan: “I’ve been struggling with discipline, training new team members efficiently, keeping track of my business, and making sure I’m available to them. How do you structure that time to divide in so many places?”


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