Category Archives: Business Tips

Great Tips for Enrolling New Members

To enroll new Members in the back office, start by clicking the “Organization” tab at the top of the page and then choosing “Enroll New” in the left-side navigation. Once they agree to our Electronic Consent form and choose a country of residence, they can then choose the enrollment package that’s most suitable.

Next, enrollees are required to enter personal information for their business center. It’s crucial that this personal information is accurate, so please ensure that new Members are as thorough and careful as possible when completing this part of the process.

The next page lists Autoship options, which is a great way to remain in active status without having to login to the system and place a monthly order. Those not interested in our Autoship program can continue to the next page, where they can add additional items to the enrollment package order. This saves them from having to place a separate order and pay additional shipping.

Next comes the Order Confirmation page, which is for verifying the order, choosing a preferred shipping method and entering the chosen form of payment.

Lastly, please be sure to set a Preferred Placement before enrolling new Members. Do this by logging in to the back office and choosing “My Profile” in the top right portion of the page and then “Preferred Placement” in the left-side navigation. To finish, use the pull-down option to choose either “Left Leg” or “Right Leg”, and click the “Save Changes” button.

Please reach out to LifeWave Customer Service with any questions or concerns, and good luck enrolling new Members!

Great Tips for LifeWave Business Builders

The direct selling industry gives people from all walks of life a chance to prosper. Here are some widely known ways to come out on top:*

  • Listen and learn – Absorb and apply knowledge from your upline Leaders. These trailblazers thrive for a reason, and their own success is predicated on sharing insights with fellow Members and prospects.
  • Develop your dreams, goals and objectives – Picture your life without the limitations of time and money, and develop your goals accordingly. Let this dream vision define your boundless potential.
  • Always persevere – Success requires connecting with a lot of people, making a multitude of presentations and sometimes facing rejection. Determination and a positive attitude will help you prevail.
  • Make as many friends as possible – If you’re in this business, you probably enjoy meeting and socializing with others. Direct selling is a great opportunity to make new friends who can also help build your LifeWave business. The more friends you make and inspire about LifeWave, the greater chance you have to achieve your goals.


Use Social Media to Promote Your LifeWave Business

Building your LifeWave business and engaging in social media share some striking similarities. Both begin with a single person and lead to numerous connections, which can lead to a virtually endless amount of more connections. And like your LifeWave business, there are some pretty easy ways to expand your network using social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter.

Here are five helpful tips* on using social media to maximize your LifeWave business:

  1. To start with, keep it simple – Select either Facebook or Twitter, and familiarize yourself on how to use that particular site. Once you’re comfortable, then consider moving on to another outlet/site.
  2. Avoid personal memoirs – Only write about your experiences if it’s relevant on a business/networking level, and avoid shameless product promotions. Providing valuable content will help your network of followers grow.
  3. Share, share and share some more – Sharing valuable information is one of the most important ways to use social media effectively. One of LifeWave’s main goals with social media is posting content that’s inspiring enough for our Members to share. This provides you with engaging information to post on your personal business pages, and saves you time searching for content elsewhere.
  4. Align your business and social media objectives – The goal is to inform and educate about your LifeWave business and ultimately attract more prospects. You won’t see amazing numbers overnight, but a little patience and persistence will pay off. Ultimately, the more these two endeavors align, the better your business results will be.
  5. Build on your success – Review how people react to each post. Instead of reinventing the wheel, keep doing what works best. Impactful content will generate more ‘likes’ and ‘shares’ on Facebook and more ‘retweets’ and ‘mentions’ on Twitter.



How to Get LifeWave Notifications on Your Facebook Feed

These days, social media is an important tool for growing your business and staying connected to the world around you. It’s also a great way to keep abreast of the latest LifeWave news, events, promos and more.

If you’re not getting LifeWave notifications on your Facebook feed, we have an easy solution. In Facebook, visit the LifeWave page, click the down arrow by “Liked” and choose “Get notifications.”  That’s it!  Now you can stay current on all the latest LifeWave happenings.

To keep the information flowing, choose the best content to help market your growing LifeWave business. Nothing builds momentum better than inspiring, informative news, and there’s certainly no shortage of that with the LifeWave family.

Look forward to similar social media tips in upcoming Splash issues!

Preventing the Impact of Negative Words

It’s a word we dislike from the earliest stages of life, one that releases dozens of stress-producing hormones and neurotransmitters into our bodies. In fact, the word “no” is not only negative in connotation, but also has an undesirable impact on those who say it, hear it or witness it in various forms.

Surprisingly, just seeing the word for less than a second instantly hinders logic, reason, language processing and communication. When increased to a whole list of negative words, anxious or depressed people feel worse, damaging fundamental elements that normalize memory, feelings and emotions.1

 Imagine the impact this can have on your LifeWave business and personal relationships. Saying “no” with even the slightest frown releases more stress chemicals in your brain and the listener’s brain, increasing nervousness and irritability. 2  Most importantly, this negative interaction ultimately weakens cooperation and trust.

On the flipside, optimistic words can turn negative thoughts into positive affirmations. But the brain must first overcome its natural tendency to ignore or barely respond to positive words and thoughts. 3

To conquer this, it’s recommended to repetitively and willfully produce as many positive thoughts as possible. To help business and personal relationships thrive, generate at least five positive messages for each negative expression.

Here’s some great food for thought: choose words carefully and say them slowly. This enables you to interrupt the brain’s inclination for negativity. Repeating positive words like love, peace and compassion lower your physical and emotional stress. 4  You’ll feel better, have a longer life, and foster deeper, more trusting relationships at home and at work.

 1 Some assessments of the amygdala role in suprahypothalamic neuroendocrine regulation: a minireview. Talarovicova A, Krskova L, Kiss A. Endocr Regul. 2007 Nov;41(4):155-62.

 2 Hariri AR, Tessitore A, Mattay VS, Fera F, Weinberger DR. The amygdala response to emotional stimuli: a comparison of faces and scenes. Neuroimage. 2002 Sep;17(1):317-23.

 3 Kisley MA, Wood S, Burrows CL. Looking at the sunny side of life: age-related change in an event-related potential measure of the negativity bias. Psychol Sci. 2007 Sep;18(9):838-43.

 4Genomic counter-stress changes induced by the relaxation response. Dusek JA, Otu HH, Wohlhueter AL, Bhasin M, Zerbini LF, Joseph MG, Benson H, Libermann TA. PLoS One. 2008 Jul 2;3(7):e2576.


Sharpening Your Skills in the Booming Direct Sales Industry

The direct sales industry is big business, and getting bigger – something to remember as you grow your LifeWave enterprise and reap the rewards of achieving your personal and financial goals.

Statistics show that direct selling not only is lucrative, but has also grown significantly over the past few decades. Worldwide over 100 million people are currently involved in the industry (approximately 15.6 million individuals in the U.S. alone) and annual sales total over $114 billion – all indicating that direct sales play a significant role in the economic sector globally. Statistics also indicate that health and wellness products account for a major share of these sales, behind home products.

In addition, according to the World Federation of Direct Selling Associations (WFDSA), of the top 15 countries generating the most revenue in 2010 through direct sales, the U.S. led with sales totaling $28.6 billion. Other leaders were: Japan ($22.7 billion); China ($12.5 billion); Germany ($3.8 billion); Italy ($3.2 billion); France ($2.4 billion), and the U.K. ($1.8 billion).

How can you sharpen your skills to further succeed in this lucrative frontier? In her newest book, Be a Direct Selling Superstar, best-selling author Mary Christensen offers a comprehensive guide to building, leading and managing a profitable direct sales business. Christensen takes a master plan approach, framing a step-by-step roadmap for long-term success in such areas as:

• Goal-setting and time management
• Eliminating self-sabotaging behaviors
• Marketing products and business opportunities effectively
• Communicating persuasively
• Building a committed network of sellers
• Being an influential leader

“By building a direct selling business you can achieve a lifestyle most people dream about,” says Christensen. “And you’ll do so by helping others achieve the income and lifestyle they dream about.”

Christensen also points out the importance of truly believing in what you sell. “If you genuinely believe in your business you won’t hesitate to seek out and invite others to join.”

This should be inspiring to LifeWave Members and Leaders. As you know, using our products is the best way to understand how transformative they really are. Says Christiansen: “Direct selling is a personal growth business, and it is impossible to grow your business without growing yourself.”

Commit now to attending future LifeWave corporate events. This will inspire others to follow your lead, and ultimately help you reap the benefits that come with dedication to your business.

Business Tip #10

For 10 weeks straight, we will be providing you with advice on ten simple rules for starting your own LifeWave business so follow along and look forward to learning something new and valuable each week!

#10 Perseverance

A French proverb says: “One may go a long way after one is tired.” Successful entrepreneurs go the extra mile.  Perseverance, sheer determination and tenacity are core characteristics of doers and achievers.  Successful business professionals, using effective and planned strategies, battle against the odds to achieve their objectives – and learn from mistakes along the way.