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who do direct sales or multi level marketing and you live in a small town. This is the interview for you today, I'm turning with Laura Walton, who is one of these sales superstars at noonday collection, and she has great tangible advice for how she became one of the leading salespeople in her organization in a town.
Of about six hundred people, you are not going to want to miss this interview here we get
so in a continuing efforts to make sure that we are bringing you their leaders and direct sales and multi level marketing, because I know so many of you are in that space. I am super excited to welcome my friend, Laura Walton,
HU I met a couple of years ago is a right for any man at shine. Yeah yeah tell us about yourself, tell us about who you work with and why we know
how there, let's start their first of all, thank you for having me and is just does enjoyed it to get to talk to you again and to share a little bit about was mingled with a business, and
so I live in rural Mississippi. When I launched when business in two thousand thirteen, I lived in a town of about five thousand people and then just a few
ago took a step backwards and are now live in a town of
four hundred and nineteen people in North Eastern Mississippi and said yes, yeah, there's a like going on here. We live in downtown, not separate or Mississippi, so bad
I have been working with noonday collections since March. Two thousand and thirteen
have loved the mission from the very beginning I travel.
The previous year to Haiti and it?
I just can't have rocked our whole world as far as the way that,
reviewed our budget? The way that we build the things that we were
Purchasing and the things that we were wearing and even down to the things that we were eating, we just wanted to make some big shifts in the way that we were asked,
our time and energies and Mean J stepped in at the perfect time and that that shit
and it's just been such a blessing for my family and were also I have too little boys there not so little anywhere. There are eleven in AIDS and
we are aware,
two and a half years in the adoption process
to break down? No, that yeah yeah, where we started in
November of what is this? You know them.
In two thousand and was the first piece of paper work that went across the desk of our agency and
we are. We ve been waiting for a referral since February last year, so we're in Haiti yeah, I guess so again
Haiti is so much a part of our story and noonday story
sorry adoption story. Obviously they are where were waiting on our our baby girl? Oh my gosh, so alighting. I had no idea yeah yeah way where we're waiting. So obviously adoption is something that super close to our hearts yeah. So we love we love hearing when other families are in that same space. But the reason
that. I wanted to have you come on today,
we have to help make us all probably say that it will be. But when I had the opportunity to M c at shine, which is in the days you know annual conference or have the opportunity to meet your cobble years back,
and when I was there and I'm in assume this was not the first time, nor was it the last word. Definitely a leader in sales. Is that accurate to say? Yes?
that is as an accurate assessment, the fact that, and what is so amazing and like was amazing,
to me then, and when I start to think about who I knew in this space that I could speak to, you were who I like immediately thought.
I honour I'll be honest, I couldn't remember your name I sent it suggests, and I said who was.
One man believes in a town like twelve people selling the most in your company, because I think anyone
works in this space? You I get not all the time people are like man. Can you talk about how you sell when you sort of run out of people to sell to, and, as I say
I've gotta get to talk about, so we you tell us how you started and
what your strategy was for building in a small town. As far
I started close to me.
Does having sounds like I. I started with my nuclear group of friends, one of my very best friends,
one of my very best friends, because my first show know
has, even though you know,
the people that are close to you
they have other friends that are now
and close to your right, and so
when you step in
to their space and ask them to him by their entire network to their home for a show. Then
you get introduced to so many other circles, and
so that women can, I ask Roquat, go home so just because I want to be really tactful here and I've never done this before so. Ok for for people who are listening, who are new in this space, used
I started with the friends, and I need to do just like right. A less like yours
anybody know, did you look through your facebook page like while one
I said you offered a someone who's
starting out and is like I dont, even really know where to begin well.
When I watch on business, I actually hosted a noonday collection show first because out-
I wanted to know how,
my friends or gonna response I want
to know, if I thought that the pieces Worthing
that they would, where I kind of wanted just to gay,
their level of interests, because
I knew that I wanted to ask them first to be my hostesses because wine, they loved me and I felt like they would be supportive of me in that space, and so I, when I say I started close to me,
started real close to me and then started kind of branching out from their. So my
species or with people that I would consider it like a really good friends.
Then we can have started. Then I started that list of people that I met
This shows that I felt like were
fashionable that were really into their mission of noonday. They seem to really connect with the stories. Were
simply my own personal story, a passion for international missions and soldiers,
king at the gas.
You came- and I really thinking
strategically about who
can I ask the house next that
outside that original group of people who came a little bit that might have more people and then just granted spiders
that- and I will-
I was very flexible in on this new, nay collection is, is kind of my side, hustle and I have a full time job and
at the time when I launched, I had a full time job in academia. I was there
university, professor, and so this was kind of
a sign that less yeah
What are you talking about you? How can I just looks acknowledge that for a second, I think that is in her randomly inspiring
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are we doing the charge and sales for this organisation, and you it's your it's just the thing you do online.
Side re, yes, it was an example of like you're working you're working smart
You're not just sort of like doing.
The things in making the and hoping for you. You figured
a strategy and you're really applying it. At least that is what it sounds like to me. Yes
And let me let me also say there s a man, my acted
make background. I have a phd in communication, my envisages areas and public relations. That's what I was teaching. So why
I say like a had kind of some expertise in some knowledge in those areas. That is, you know that
that are beneficial to me. Can help me grow my business, please. No, I'm coming from that play hit dislike that their academic background certainly has played a part in
being able to be successful to you, because I can take what I'm teaching
students about being strategic and messaging and
Building relationships and long term relationships- and I can take that imply that to my business as well, so I was flexible and the UN in being able to travel son, so
we think about making that list? I kind of
lack of a better way to say.
Just dropped a pen and said where where's my circle, that I'm willing to travel,
How can I juggle full time?
our responsibilities family,
How far can I go and do this
so and then, as you like, that's normal, do you feel like it's normal?
I've. Never until I met you, I have never heard of some one,
does this thinking outside their city, but maybe Nemea, DOM I've never like definitely through digital when I've never heard of some one going like. Oh, my sister lives in narrowing ten foot and my cousins over in Alabama.
And so those are my cities too. I've never heard of that. So well
and I just again,
and thinking long term, about this business. I can't
sustain a business in a town of five thousand people for the long term. If I don't get outside,
did that in terms,
customer, based in terms of
hostesses who are willing to continue to open their homes and their,
You know, as we moved into team building in terms of recruitment, and so
for me taking the long view of it.
I knew I could in sustain it
in my area. Within a two minute drive of my house, I was not going to be able to sustain a business not at the level that
I wanted to make an impact, and
and of course, once we started the adoption process being able to use that money to help fund. Our adoption was also a huge motivation to so. Yes,
can I just drop that pan and then started thinking about contacts of people?
all through missionary work through
condemn eggs. Even you know, I've been teaching for about ten years, Mississippi's aid, and so I had a lot of students who are now out and doing great things in the world and and
This is where they can host an arm. Do that's our reach out to some of them that I felt like with
the Noonday Mischief mission in an again were were into fashion and thought that they would. We
really by it, and so I just began kind of making making some track
and I would say that the far those that I go is Matthew. Best childhood friends live in Dallas once usually once a season, I load up and go to Dallas and we do kind of a girls began and then it's a fantastic type tax or I don t right, because that was totally a business to say so I go induce as with them and their friends and I've been introduced to their circles, but most of the time it was with, then you know a couple of hours. I was
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like you said, you dropped your pen, you looked at. Who else you knew. I also really appreciate something. I'm hearing here witches- and maybe this is something that noonday says to everyone
but that you were not just like
do I know any able bodied people who want to be on my team
because I do think that sometimes the you know, the people that I've known who have talked at Lena talk to me.
My family members about joint
a team you're lying? You know what our
there is a zero percent chance that I make sense for this, so
like that. You you had some em
criteria for who was on your team. Can you talk?
a bit. Is that something that you learned through the organization or do you feel like you learn that through trial and error?
I think sometimes his trial and error. I think for me some of it was academic background, just kind of really thinking strategically for the law.
Wanting to build relationships with people that wid of foster loyalty, I think, was one thing that I really wanted to do is that I wanted to be in a place,
to be their noonday girl. I want to be when, when it came down to purchase saying again
new pair of areas are great new, bad or whatever it was that I was the one that they thought of n,
would say as far as my customer base and hostess base that was really important to me- is to
to really build relationship for the long term and and not not just about highway, has to show
but more like hey
how can we? How can we
help you get that
great bad that you're levying like. What's in it, for you.
If you become a hostess for me right and really
thinking about answering that question for them was important and though we we moved into the
team building phase of noonday a few years ago. That was where our relating that that strategy really began to pay off, and I began as I was able to kind of poor my circle in,
at pen that had dropped. I was not able to travel as much and just with different things going on with life and, as our really begin to think about women in some of it
this further out places that I felt like had really
acted with the mission, whether it was because they were adopted Mama's and we hosted shows where there them or because they
were superior, fashionable and ages loved. You know that they can be fashionable and change the world at the same time. In our
I began to think about pulling up
therefore, an an egg.
Green, creating team members who wed take,
customer base that had been built in and in that specific area and do while with it. I think that
was that was very intense shown very strategic was thinking about whose, whose
take the ball in writing with its second to speak in a specific area, so use darted out just just for clarity. Six. You learn it out and you establish those cities outside around in whom and then you would travel to them and you would do parties in those cities and then
after a certain amount of time you are like. Ok, I can't travel this much. Maybe he's got this job, you would then look for
team member to add in that city, where you had already established some
eyes around. What you are doing is that crack? Yes, because you know, I think, that's really important as a team leader
is to it in that kind of situation. You you want to set them up for success as much as possible, and if
you ve already can have done the groundwork for them as far as creating just this
loyalty to name day, and you know
maybe going back in doing that. One last show with that circle where its lead
truly a passing in the baton, so that people can
saying that you're saying. Ok,
I've been your girl, and now I want her to be here, girl on
think is really important and I think it's it's a great relationship.
Building on to all ears,
is so that they don't feel torn you Eve, given your customer base in your hostesses permission to support
You know your new team member and- and I think that's really important, and I think it speaks well far
community in the way that our team building on has
and that its ban it.
Then on competitive,
it's been a place of encouragement and you know it.
I need a purchase noonday from from.
Whoever? But I really do not think that that's important as
is I'm setting your team member effort for success? Is that you don't create?
pension for customers and her hostess there, absolutely somebody
then I talked about earlier to is the idea of it, and I think this is just specifically for people who are listening, who are doing this work in a small town where he is
that you ve been really smart about your team is built outside of your town and
We said that earlier. This is not about scarcity. This is not about there's not a.
To go around that. It's not that it's!
really smart business strategy, because if you do live in the town of a few thousand people- and you have you-
three best friends in your town on your team
you guys are going to struggle to.
Sell as much or do
was well. I'm not. You know if you're always trying to sell to the same crowd. Yes, sir,
something else. I've never heard someone say, and I think is so smart- is that, like you learned it, you just figured out. How do you know what you know? Well, there is a lot of school and bought out of paper, never know some of it is that in some of it is just watching
my research background is an qualitative and so there's a lot of
observational skills and case steady skills were I'll. Look at things. I think, from a different perspective
Maybe then someone else will
and so, as I watched,
some other of my friends. You were doing these direct sales kind of things. I was watching human life recruit on top
themselves and and then
and here's what I really noticed from the outside was for me as
the friend, as both of the new company
representatives, it creates
the intention for me right
I I love my girls. I want to support them, but now, in a situation where ass, it essentially have to choose you know or or try to find balance between supporting one of them this month and one of them the next month or whatever, and so
I'm just looking at the landscape of where I was trying to operate in a town of fat thou.
And people, I can't get into some circles most of the circle social circles, with my closer
friends right enough
I felt like if I were created someone
now in my city to be on my team and that's not to say if someone came in my door and said you know, I want
sign up to be a noonday ambassador, that I would be like. No, you can't do this by as far as me actively going out in recruiting someone who lived on the streets for me, I was not doing that because again I will
taking the long term view for my business. I want
this is to be sustainable. For me to be able to continue to do shows that our close
my house, where I'm not had ended, drive for hours away or whatever, and so that was really something that I think has helped me basic.
Peaceful and for the long term, so when
you are going to ask a question that I have been asked to other people cause. I owe you a little bit better than the other people, but a period when you are looking for new climate.
So you want to. Let people know that you're a new product are you? Are you gonna? Let people know that you have a sale, isn't it
should that I've gotten a law is how do I differentiate myself in a market with people who are selling the same product, I'm selling?
or you know. If there is a set of someone, I think I want to say it was like. Maybe a stolen dot person said like if it
having an annual sale, but three other people and you
social media feeds are talking about it? How do I make it
how four hawaiian. How do I make myself stand out? I think it goes by
to the relationship and
really creating as
of loyalty to your core customer base is, is
essential, because if you have that relationship already established- and I went on talking about relationships are not just talking about the sales relationship and
gain a bow.
Remembering buried days were things that arm behind
I want you to host a show. I want you to buy my product, it's about for me
it's about being friends, Ferris
does that make sense, and I think yes, when I look at my quirk customer base in my hostess, did my repeat hostesses that host for me season.
Our seas and those people
If they didn't start out that way had become friends to me. Just last week my family was on vacation and as a friend that
started out as a hostess and has now become a friend. We attested a picture on social media that we were at the beach. We were in the same condominium we ended up, get to hang out like it was just the relationship is, I think, is what can
differentiate you from the.
Other people in the feed is that they cannot.
With you on a personal level, does not make
because I don't worry, we're all use in stock. Photo, let's be winners sale could they give as the staff, but what we have to do as the cells
I then is to create
loyalty before I post the stock, photo about my sale that,
If I'm going to purchase from this sale, I'm going to purchase from law
because she is money that girl right yeah
What I would also say to you if you are listening to this and you want more insight into analyses and exactly what Laura's talking about, but my friend
may again tempt you, who is another interview on the podcast, talked about a book to me. Like the very first time I met her and it took me probably a year and a half to pick it up, and now it's one of the things. I want a punch myself that ended up. Let it immediately an older book called hug, your customers. It is the best
last book on customer service, I have ever read in my whole life
It will make you rethink how you treat your head.
It will make sure anything Ike honestly, I cannot travel through the world in any situation now and not be like man. This is terrible customer service because
Just to give you some contacts. Have you read that one Laura I have it? I have a little sounds like it. It sounds like she speaks my language, let that if it's this family who has owned these,
high end department stores on the east coast since, like the fifty
and they are the bay make crazy
like I don't even know the staff, but it something like they do the kind of business that like nor from star-
And it's just this small family owned business. They have, they start out with one story. Now. Maybe they have ten, but their thing is they have the most amazing they dont. Have you no cost?
whereas they have clients and they tree like if you're coming into via Paris socks, you are, they eat the purse.
Helping you know like. Oh my gosh has your wife. Oh, as you know your boy,
these coming, I did you want to get something special guy's going to dinner. Do you need something for summer vacation? I know that you go,
you, Greece, every year, whatever arrogance,
like oh yeah- this is so much smarter. This is so much more
organic, then you know posting a picture-
on social media. It's like no you're, actually speaking to exactly what's happening in their life and create
that relationships are really recommended to anybody whose in
a kind of customer base, business, definite,
Do I Don T like when people ask me you know
Give me the one thing that Sieur that makes you successful and I will say over and over authentic relationship is either
I don't feel like anyone
that's ever come to show or ever had any interaction with me. He would ever, I hope, whatever say fallacious. She was so sales ie. You know it's it's really about an about that relationship and, I think that's a started. That was how it started growing my business and it's just been the theme that has has worked and been helped me to be successful, and so, if you had a pin me down and make me say, one thing that I would make is that would be it is the authentic relationship are there? Are you a reader are their books that you feel I have helped you in this journey or just in life in general.
I M a reader at a laugh- the saying that, because the daring
this semester during the school year and the reader of textbooks and papers and leather goods gonna get to do all a lot of fun
pleasure rating when school is in session. I dont know
I would say, there's any wine specific book that has just really rocked my business as far as that goes back, I think again,
give anything just right at the top of my head.
But I am reading girl wash your bays had backed up with the idea that only got to pick that over over the summer and I'm about headway, finnish, it's been really good years
Yeah I made money. Actually, the next book, which comes out in March, is specifically was specifically written
more women who are building a business who are willing on goal are working on a drain because
so many women reach out to me and ass. These
questions only in the in real time. We're trying to answer them here on the podcast and then in long term, thorough will all be in that book. So
I can't wait another try on every single episode. I asked the same five questions summoned nerd and it's just the start.
Wonder about from other women outside outline to you the first one is: what time do you wake up in the morning? And what's your morning, routine,
oh gosh, I have become quite a Nite owl age even admit this is some days it's after eight before our lot Abed,
with, I don't have anything going on that day, just because I feel like I'm most productive about tended to
I know it's ridiculous. It's ridiculous. I think it's like hangover from college years, maybe by
was when you are like knock out the papers and really doing your best work, and I use that in airports by it, as sometimes
If my boys will let me out, I will get in till there a by I really like to get up about that sounds delicious. I know yeah you're you're, almost their girl, and I mean I know I know it may if they are back at us back, where were we
Why and I therefore like our land, we got you got a minute. I keep thinking like when you're for I began
four years old you are jet, you'll be able to go on an airplane. You'll know they tell us all the things you be
just everything changes
Are you a coffee during her and if so, what is your order? I
season all copy drinker, meaning that, because I live in the deep south I drink
only when it is cold outside. I know it by drinking in the summer time or when it's hard at the like. I can't ever cool down for there s the day a bit like it's like warm to me from the inside
I am aware during copy- my favorite order is from this little coffee shop in stark fall, shot out to strange, very because their amazing and speaking of customer service, they win the award there. So great
They have this
called the albino squirrel and
little hazel. Now it is to get stuff so and they do it cold and everyone. So I just get it at an urge to have it and I'll get it when it's warm. What is your favorite physical activity and how often
you do it. So I used to be a runner, and I
did. I was doing some half marathon and really really loved that, and then I got old set out so now I like to alike, to call it rocking, whereas, like a little jog, a little walk a little dog a little odd that yeah. I try to do that a few times a week, therefore timezone, depending on what's going on with our boys, we are in the throes of baseball season,
Now I we're practicing every night so having to do that quotas, as often as I would like lately that
that's my favorite right now and you
are the travelling queen. You travelled all overtaken taken your noonday on the road and what is that item that you feel like is essential for you and travel chocolate
wait, wait, awhile chocolate,
yeah I know, that's crazy- that sometimes, especially with international travel. You can't get to chocolate,
as easily as you can
and here in the states and so there's always a bag of chocolate. In my suitcase, whenever I travel just in case, I gather the craving so
that's right yeah. Lastly, I asked the question to everybody who comes on on four interview,
which is, if you could tell the women listening to this podcast one piece of truth, something that you learned in life or in business over the last decade that
they will listen, they will take it into their hardly would added as a practice. What is the one thing that you would tell them be authentic, b b yourself, whether
that's in your business were in relationship in your
I think we get so caught up iron
I just remember you know right before our first child was born. I read every book under the sun, I mean
If it was written, I read all the blogs. I read everything I wanted. I thought that was gonna. Make me the most prepared
patents in the world, and I I found that once he got here a lot,
those things and in the books didn't really work for me and I had to find what we're
for me, and what worked for him
same thing with our second, when you know- and so I think just
freedom in B.
The? U that you were created to be? Is there
greatest breed and that we can give ourselves as women to stop
looking around and trying to be, someone else are trying to run in her lane, were parent,
her look like her talk like her, whatever it is just just be you just be
where you're the most comfortable and when you can
on that space, I think people recognize
that in an hour just drawn to that authenticity,
the change, it will change things for you, you're just a lot of freedom. In that I think. Ah, I love that such good advice sister
Thank you said I am. I tore out with me today an answering all the questions and giving advice that I know is gonna be super helpful. If someone is like
nor is the best, and I want to have, along with her life. What is the best place? They could find you
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