Effectively Stalking Your Next Mary Kay Victim

Written by TRACY on . Posted in Recruiting

This training document really needs no commentary from me, other than… how big of a stalker do you really want to be when it comes to Mary Kay???


#1 GOAL = Get lead to guest event/set an appointment!

Key to Follow-up is to get lots of #’s

  • As a result, you will increase your level of confidence and your attitude during follow-up process
  • You won’t sound as desperate

Everyone Can Hold 2 Mary Kay Classes a Week!

Written by TRACY on . Posted in Inventory & Selling, Recruiting

I’m not sure how a Kaybot can presume to know the details of everyone’s life and conclude that anyone and everyone can hold 2 Mary Kay classes a week… but that’s not stopping them! Below is another one of those “if you can’t do it you’re a loser” type of rantings from a Mary Kay nsd.

In the Mary Kay world, “2 classes” is easy and anyone can do it. Those of us who have been in Mary Kay (or have had friends and relatives in MK) know that the hard part of that theory is actually finding women to book the classes, then hoping that they actually have them. That’s a lot harder than it may sound to an outsider.

The Mary Kay “Sales Tactics” Are Evil

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The debate rages on between the “pro” and “anti” sides of the debate about Mary Kay Cosmetics.

On one side, we have women who claim Mary Kay has a wonderful opportunity that has enriched many women. Everything in Mary Kay is optional, and only lazy losers who didn’t work hard enough and couldn’t say no to the occasional unethical director failed.

On the other side, you have women who have the ability to apply logic and reason to the situation They realize that since 99% of women lose money in MLMs, this isn’t a wonderful opportunity. They know that Mary Kay has put millions of women in debt.

Mary Kay a Less Stressful Way to Pay the Bills?

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 Those who have tried to make a true living with Mary Kay will tell you that it is anything but “less stressful.” Yet here is one sales director’s description of how easy it is.

Ever considered a less stressful way to pay the bills:

It’s great to be open minded about other options in today’s economy because of the changing job market. Plus, I believe that no knowledge is lost; it just makes us more powerful as women. This may or may not be a fit. My job is not to persuade women to change careers by any means but simply to educate them on the changes with our company and the career.

No Doesn’t Really Mean NO in Mary Kay

Written by TRACY on . Posted in Recruiting

Here is an email response from a recruiter who has just been told that the friend has changed her mind about joining Mary Kay and won’t make any big decisions without praying and getting input from her husband. She says she’ll let the recruiter know if she ever changes her mind about Mary Kay:

Job Description For a Mary Kay Sales Director

Written by TRACY on . Posted in Recruiting, Sales Directors

 This is another one of those writings that gets emailed ad nauseum from Mary Kay sales directors. News flash: The hundreds of Mary Kay sales directors who step down, quit, or are fired every month can vouch for the fact that directorship sucks.

It’s not really about leading or helping women. It’s about signing them up fast enough, and getting them to buy enough inventory, so that the sales director can “move up” and make more money.

Your Downline’s Failure is Your Gain

Written by TRACY on . Posted in Recruiting

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It’s time to share one of the most self serving and diabolical aspects of National Sales Directorship in Mary Kay Cosmetics. While you may have thought you had heard it all, you have not. There’s more.

To highlight the aspect I am about to share, we need to be reminded about what we have been sold in regards to making it to the pinnacle of success in Mary Kay. These women are the crème de la crème. They model all that is good and right and noble about Mary Kay. They are executives, who allow you to sit at their feet, gleaning all that you should know to follow in their footsteps. Such generosity of spirit! They are in your amen corner, praising you to success and rewarding your integrity and work ethic, with the main goal of raising up new leadership in the “Mary Kay way”. That is of course until they figure out they can make more money if they just let you fail.

You’re Going to Cause Me To File Bankruptcy

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Mary Kay really works, but a recruiter is blaming her recruits for causing her to file bankruptcy. Does Mary Kay really work?

I find it ironic that the critics of Pink Truth say we shouldn’t blame any of our Mary Kay experiences on anyone else. That we were completely in control of everything, and if we believed all the lies we were told, too bad!

Secrets to Mary Kay Success: Churn as Many DIQs as Fast as Possible

Written by TRACY on . Posted in DIQ (Director in Qualification), Recruiting

director in qualificationAre you wondering how the latest and greatest Mary Kay national sales directors got there? It’s simple. They churned DIQs (directors in qualification) fast and furious. Those who don’t make it to director really don’t matter because there are plenty of others trying. (And even though some don’t finish DIQ, they add thousands to the unit’s production so it’s still a win for the wanna-be national.)

The secret lies in the momentum that you build from all those DIQs. It gets others excited and makes the dream easier to sell. When people on their level quickly move up to “big girl” status and now qualify to do the Director Secret Handshake, it makes more consultants want to move up too (and do anything to make it happen… cha-ching!).

For Mary Kay Sales Directors Who Need More Production

Written by TRACY on . Posted in Inventory & Selling, Recruiting

 Some coaching from a Mary Kay senior sales director on how her offspring directors can get consultants to order more at month end…. Let’s not kid ourselves. This is the heart of the pyramid scheme: recruit and frontload. Notice that this email has absolutely NOTHING to do with selling the product. It is pure recruiting and scamming orders out of newbies.

All of this ordering is encouraged without regard to any consultant’s personal situation. No regard to her inventory. No regard to her sales. Only regard to has she ordered yet? And if she has ordered, was it enough? And if it was enough, do I need more?