Retail To Sponsor Leaflet

When To Use This leaflet:

When you are collecting in your catalogues. Every time a customer has placed an order fill in the top of the leaflet with the day and time you will be delivering their order and make sure your contact details are at the bottom.

Then when you deliver your products remember to ask them if they where interested and if they watched the video.

If it is not for them, just tag onto the end of the conversation if they know anybody who might be interested. You could ask for their details or ask your customer to pass on the leaflet for you.

CLICK HERE to download the leaflet


RSS News

  • Black lantern, 917265. Personalised catalogue Spring Summer 2017 27th March 2017
    Please note: the supplier of the black lantern (code 917265, back cover of K Life Personalised Spring Summer 2017) have received the product with a … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • Dunlop active sandals 17th March 2017
    Please take note of the below regarding the Dunlop active sandals on page 8 of Spring Summer K Life (codes 914568, 914576, 914584, 914592, 914606: … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • Butterfly Range Set – dinner set, 4 mugs, 4 placemats + 4 FREE coasters 13th March 2017
    Please note: Due to an ongoing technical issue on code 912751, you are currently unable to order the full butterfly set offer. However, please use … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • Cordless Shaver With Trimmer, 915483 6th March 2017
    Please note: the cordless shaver with trimmer (on page 39 of Spring Summer K life) is not waterproof, it has a washable head for easy cleaning.
    Liz Harper
  • Packs of 50 now available 2nd March 2017
    The new catalogues are here! Great new products, a great new look and great potential for building and growing your customer base and profits! Spring … Read More
    Xenia Poole
  • Earn Now Pay Later extended 24th February 2017
    If one catalogue does the selling for you, imagine what having hundreds out there could do for your income! We’re pleased to announce that, following … Read More
    Xenia Poole
  • Limescale prevention tablet, 790982 22nd February 2017
    Please note the Limescale prevention tablets, code 790982, are not tablets as described/pictured in the catalogue. These come as sachets. Please accept our apologies for … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • Introducing Agel 20th February 2017
    This week, we proudly introduced 4 outstanding products to the UK, Republic of Ireland and Spain from our sister company, Agel. These world acclaimed products … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • A personal touch this Mother’s Day 20th February 2017
    This week, we’ve add a stunning collection of personalised Mother’s Day gifts from only £10 / €12.50, including a beautiful vase which is an EXCLUSIVE design … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • Kleeneze LIVE! 20th February 2017
    Not long now until Kleeneze HQ hits the road bringing fantastic LIVE! events to a town near you! Starting off in Scotland on Saturday 8th … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • 50ft hose with brass fitting, 797065 17th February 2017
    Please note: the description of the 50ft hose in Spring Extra (code 797065) is incorrect. The stock does not have brass fittings as mentioned and is … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • Owl door stop, 913057 17th February 2017
    Please note, the owl door stop (code 913057) as pictured on page 40 of Spring Summer K Life issue 1 is not brown as shown. The … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • Dental Water Jet, 915386 17th February 2017
    The dental water jet (code 915386) on page 24 of Spring Summer K Life issue 1 is not Powerfloss branded as shown in the catalogues. … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • Key Hanger – 917010 10th February 2017
    Please note that the Key Hanger (917010) as featured on page 17 of the Spring Summer K Life Personalised has a width of 26cm and … Read More
    Xenia Poole
  • Buy One Get One Free 10th February 2017
    We have a great retailing offer to give you all the catalogues you need to get them out there, build or expand a solid customer … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • Leads to Success 10th February 2017
    They say Kleeneze is a numbers game. Well, that game is about to see some extraordinary numbers, because for everyone you initiate throughout Period 3, … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • Beat Your Best 10th February 2017
    It’s the incentive that will boost your business! Where the only competition is YOURSELF. By beating your own personal best, you will see your profits … Read More
    Liz Harper
  • Geometric Drawers – 913022 10th February 2017
    Please note, the Geometric Drawers (913022) as featured on page 39 of K Life Spring Summer Issue 1 should state the following dimensions: Overall dimensions: … Read More
    Xenia Poole
  • 911216 – Car Access Handles 20th January 2017
    911216 – Car Access Handles, Spring Summer Main Book Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, we have had to remove the Car Access Handles from sale … Read More
    Xenia Poole
  • Fat Reducing Frying Pan, code 772428 16th January 2017
    Please note, the code printed on page 39 of Spring Extra for the Fat Reducing Frying Pan is incorrect. The correct code for this item … Read More
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Coaching Sessions

One On One Coaching Structure

At the start of each period your coach will ask you 4 simple questions. Have a look at them below:

  • – WHAT – What do you want to achieve by the end of this period?
  • – WHY – Why do you want to achieve that?
  • – FEEL – How will it make you feel?
  • – HOW – How can I help you in achieving this goal?

Write down in your pad each question and spend some time writing down the answer to each. On your coaching call share what you have written down with your coach.

Through discussion your coach will help you to develop a plan to achieve your goal for the next 4 weeks. This goal will be broken down into 4 weekly chunks and each chunk needs to be broken down into a Daily To Do List.

Then you need to action each daily list for each week, and your coach will chat with you each week and help you to stay on track.

People Skills

People Skills

We are in a people business:

  • - Catalogue Customers
  • - Online Customers
  • - Prospects
  • - Team Members

Develop your people skills and this business gets easier and easier.

Allan Pease is a great place to start. Master his techniques and your results will flourish.

Questions Are The Answers

Body Language

Coaching Tracker

How To Use This Tracker

Download a sheet for each person, per period and compile them in a ring binder to build up a record for each person.

You should have their goals for the year or at least 6 months. Make sure you spend some time with them on a one to one drawing up a realistic plan for them to move forward. Take into account their previous commitment level, attitude and general work ethic.

Ask them the 4 questions and document their answers:

  • - WHAT
  • - WHY
  • - FEEL
  • - HOW

On each coaching session stay on track with the coaching structure on the left.

These coaching sessions should only address 1 weeks focused goals and should never exceed 30 minutes

Goal Setting

Goal Setting Made Simple

Setting goals is not hard, the challenge comes when the goal seems insurmountable. But if you break the goal down into bite sized chunks and hold yourself accountable then you can achieve anything.

  1. 1. Decide on the goal
  2. 2. Put a date on it
  3. 3. Plan it backwards

ASK your sponsor for some help and guidance on this if you have not done it before.

Goal Setting (part 1)

Plan Backwards

  1. 1. Decide what you want to achieve at the end of the period
  2. 2. Break it down into 4 Weekly Goals
  3. 3. Plan each week into Daily To Do Lists
  4. 4. Attack each day and complete your To Do List
  5. 5. Before you go to bed adjust the next to do list.

Goal Setting (part 2)

Being Accountable


Your sponsor will not only coach you on setting goals, but will also arrange a weekly coaching session to review your progress.

Being accountable is a great way for you to progress and achieve your goals.

Goal Setting (part 3)

To Do Lists

There are many advantages working from a “to-do” list:

  • You have clarity on what you need to get done
  • You will feel less stressed because all your ‘to do’s are on paper and out of your mind
  • It helps you to prioritize your action
  • You don’t overlook so many tasks and forget anything
  • You feel more organized
  • It helps you with planning

Here are my golden rules for making a “to-do” list work:

  1. Limit your list to 10 tasks per day.
  2. Prioritize: Make sure your list is in order of importance, so you put the most important at number 1 and least important at number 10. This way you will always stay focused on the main goals for that day. Should you not complete your list and for instance only achieve up to number 8, then 9 & 10 get added to your list for the next day.
  3. Review. To make this list work effectively for you, it needs to become a daily tool that you use to manage your time and you review it regularly. There is no point in only having the list to record everything that you need to do, but you don’t utilize it as part of your bigger time management plan.

So what are you waiting for? Grab a pen and paper and give yourself the gift of a calm and clear mind by unloading everything in there onto a list now that you have all the tools you need for it to work. Knowledge is useless unless it is applied—how badly do you want more time?

Online Messages

Message for online customers

Hi <NAME>, I hope you are happy with your <PRODUCT THEY BOUGHT>? Any problems just come back to me. Just to let you know I will be placing an order on <DAY> for delivery on <48 HOURS LATER> if there was anything you would like from your complimentary catalogue? <YOUR NAME> 🙂

Message online customers before placing an order

Evening, hope you're okay and are happy with your last order of <PRODUCT>. Just a quick message to let you know I'm placing an order <DAY> evening if there's anything you would like from the free catalogue you received with your last order? You can also check the online catalogue at<YOUR LINK>

Thanks <YOUR NAME>

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Hello - we hope you enjoy looking through our group.

To view our full current range of products please click here: <BITLY LINK>

N.B. I am looking to find a few people who would like to earn typically an extra £300 - £600 each month by selling some products like these.

Full support and training. Message me if you would like some information - <YOUR NAME> 🙂



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