Who cares that a consultant is disabled to the point where she can’t work or lead a normal life. She should be selling more Mary Kay! One sales director is looking for advice on how to get her “motivated” (i.e. How do I get her to order? I don’t care if she sells or not! I don’t care if her family needs money more than they need Mary Kay products!) Here’s the director’s request for advice:
I have a team member in a very remote town in S. Carolina who has developed a condition where she has had many seizures (due to former abuse). I believe that she is much more under control, but has had to curtail alot of what she does. she has had to take all money from her sales to help with medical bills, etc. and they got behind in mortgage payments as well. Really took a toll on their family and finances as well.
She seems to be on the computer ALOT these days and this month needs to place an order so that she doesn’t lose her team member. I am trying as best I can to encourage her, but never being in this situation before, could really use some insight from possibly some who knows someone or you yourself have had the same issues and how I can help her to help herself and to see that she can still make her Mary Kay work for her. She loves the company but cannot see the forest for the trees.
Thank you so very much – in advance!