It’s Your Responsibility To Sell


Lori and I grew up with extremely different ideas about sales and making money. In her religion, it was considered bad to be a salesperson, but in my world, it was celebrated and something I felt naturally gifted in. 

No matter what your money story is, we’re sharing our tips for improving your sales skills and breaking down the lessons we’ve learned from our decades of experience. If you’re willing to set aside your ego and help people make better decisions with your product, there’s no limit on what you can achieve.



(1:08) Welcome back to another He Said She Said episode of The Chris Harder Show. Today, Lori and Chris are talking about how to become a better salesperson. 

(3:54) Chris asks Lori, “You’re a sales ninja. How’d you get here?” 

(7:34) Lori asks Chris, “Why do you think you’ve always loved sales?”

(11:06) Chris asks Lori, “Do you believe that you’re a better person because you learn to become good at sales?”

(13:56) Lori and Chris reflect on what they learned from network marketing sales. 

(16:33) To get access to Chris and Lori’s webinar with Chalene Johnson, go to

You're helping
somebody make a
better decision than
they would make on
their own when you
take the time to
actually sell them a
product you believe in.

You’re Going To Hear About:

  • Advice for people who feel uncomfortable on sales calls  
  • How to enroll people into a vision of possibility 
  • What to do if you’re not winning your sales conversations 
  • Key takeaways from our time in network marketing

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