Mary Kay: Not Just One Bad Apple In the Bunch

Probably the most frequent challenge I hear to our real-life experiences with Mary Kay Cosmetics is, “Oh, there’s always one bad apple in the bunch. Don’t judge the entire company by that one person!” Yet in maintaining this site, I hear similar stories daily. Stories of lying and deception in …

An NSD’s “Guest Night” Script

Written by The Scribbler Ever been invited to a consultant’s “Success Meeting,” “Guest Event,” or “Success Celebration?”  If you have, it means Mary Kay has got her eye on you, sister, and if you’re not careful, you’ll be so much raw meat for the lionesses to devour.  This interesting list …

Laying Your Cards on the Table

Written by The Scribbler Mary Kay nsd Linda Toupin instructs you on how to use your own goals to coerce a woman into signing up for Mary Kay now. “PLAYING YOUR CARDS OUT ON THE TABLE”, by NSD Linda Toupin Scrib’s note:  One of the dirtiest I’ve seen.  Suppose a …

The Gold Leaf Close

Written by The Scribbler Mary Kay nsd Pam Shaw shows you how to close a recruit while you are at the event or at the unit meeting by using a leaf dipped in 14 karat gold. Scrib’s note: Are you a guest at your friend’s unit meeting? Beware – the …

How to Recruit the Next Generation

Written by The Scribbler This document isn’t necessarily a script, but a spotty transcript of a speech given to NSDs.  It is a game plan discussing how to recruit younger people into Mary Kay.  It talks about their characteristics; critical information that will no doubt be exploited later on! Friends, …

Déjà Spew: We Attract, Not Attack!

Written by The Scribbler Next up on That’s Incredible:  NSDs who tell it like it is!  Let’s listen in as NSD Nancy Moser schools her units regarding proper behavior at unit meetings.  It’s fresh, it’s with-it, and now comes with 150% more cold hard reality!

The “Assumptive” Close

Written by The Scribbler I call this one “The Dirtiest Close Ever.”  courtesy of Anita Garrett-Roe.  It utilizes a technique Roe calls the “assumptive close,” which means to act like the potential recruit has given you a “yes” from the get-go when in fact, she has not – the concrete “yes” answer is …