Conducting Your Business During Coronavirus Social Distancing
Here are some handy tips we’ve gathered to help you keep at your direct selling business during Coronavirus or Covid-19 social distancing. While all businesses try to figure out how to keep functioning during the self-isolation that has happened due to the unprecedented spread of COVID-19, it is important to stay positive, and embrace the technology available to you.
There are several pros to direct selling at a time like this – including the fact that you are used to working flexible hours, and are used to connecting with people worldwide through online tech. Now, it’s just a matter of taking your business, even during the Coronavirus pandemic, to the next level.
Don’t Hold Huge Meetings
Several countries are banning meetings of large groups over a certain number. Be aware of what your government’s mandate is, and plan accordingly. Where possible, opt to meet in smaller groups. And while in the same space, maintain a minimum of 3 feet distance between each person attending.
Practice Covid-19 Etiquette
In this time of crisis, it is important to not shake hands, high five or hug each other. Say namaste or do a Wai. Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds before and after contact with surfaces or even people. It is also important to cough or sneeze into your elbow if you feel one bubbling up. Wear masks if you are comfortable with them. If you are travelling for work, don’t forget to follow our Coronavirus travel advice. And definitely, don’t try to power through an illness if you have a cold or fever. Stay and home, and take plenty of rest.
Don’t Overclaim Product Benefits
During this time of panic, it’s easy to oversell the benefits of QNET products. Be mindful that none of our products are designed to prevent, treat or cure any medical illnesses, including Covid-19. It is more important to follow expert medical advice from trained doctors. This is also a reminder that misrepresenting QNET products is a violation of our company policy, and is strictly prohibited. Practice official Covid-19 preventive measures instead.
Embrace your inner digital nomad, and start using remote working tools that are at your disposal. Make your next presentation an online one. If you haven’t seen your team in a while because of self-isolation, use free video calling software like Google Duo or Zoom. Collaborate on plans and brainstorm over virtual offices. The digital world is your oyster.
Get Comfortable With QNET Business tools and the QNET Virtual Office
If you have been hustling your whole journey during QNET, and have not had a chance to familiarise yourself with your business tools and virtual office, now is your chance to do so. Learn how they work, follow business updates, see tips and tricks being shared on our social media and our blogs.
Follow these simple tips on conducting your business during Coronavirus pandemic, and reach out to us with whatever you need. We want to take this opportunity to encourage you to stay safe and take care of your health. Be kind to one another, and have each other’s backs during this difficult time. Remember that we are all in this together, and we WILL get through this, as one QNET family.
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