Communique - Vol 139
January 2018 Top DGT
Jane Sheehan - $4273.39 DaShawna Pellegrino - $2267.11
Adrienne Brimhall - $4185.31 Michelle Struve - $2140.87
Bonnie Overfield - $3699.07 Stephanie Ryan - $2052.49
Caroline Christner - $2987.84 Jennifer Childress - $2049.99
Angela Alguire - $2858.50 Helen Silvernail - $2031.58
Crystal Given - $2782.23 Randi Harwood - $2026.44
Stephen Day - $2505.12 Jacqueline Cassidy - $2010.60
Wendy Linder - $2300.35 Brandi Willis - $2007.11
Lorinda Kronenberg - $2271.04 Dijuanna Le Furgey - $2000.32
January 2018- SEED
Stretch - $500 PQV and 1 qualified consultant
Melanie Cook Ange Teems
Engage - $750 PQV and 2 qualified consultants
amie's jewels of wisdom
Time is one of the most significant things to be aware of in life today. The ability to manage time properly is a must and is necessary in order to ever achieve your GOALS & DREAMS
Time management is essential in your life as well as in business, when time is limited. With time management comes organizing, planning, and prioritizing, what needs to get done.
Prioritizing your tasks is not that easy. You have to identify which things need to be done first. It is a crucial process, but once you get used to it, organizing and planning will be less difficult. Once you know how to effectively organize and prioritize your workload, you will learn how to be more efficient and productive.
How do you organize and plan your day?
What are your priorities?
There is no right or wrong way to answer these questions. The way you do things is ultimately up to you. People are different, so what works for you may not work for someone else.
Here are some guidelines that can help you in prioritizing your day.
1. Make your to-do list.
Listing what you want to accomplish for the day is an effective way to remember the things you need to do. I find it best to list your month-end goals then break them down to a weekly to-do list. Once you have that, then break them down to a daily list to be more effective. Write your list starting with the important tasks and then adding the less important ones.
2. Rank your to-do list.
Now that you have listed each task, you now need to rank them from the most important to the least important. It helps when writing your list to be specific regarding each task.
Tip: Did you know that usually a bigger font will motivate you to complete the task more than small fonts?
3. Post your to-do list.
Keep your to-do list where you can always see it: on your planner or calendar, in your wallet or cell phone (type it in your memo section), or on the board in your office. If you always see the list, you’ll never forget that you have something to do.
4. Note your responsibilities/tasks.
Put in bullet points some notes about each task. Again be specific on each one. For example, if you need to sponsor a new consultant, review every name from your list of prospects and what your last conversation was about (Spoke to X and they were going on a trip and asked me to follow up with them in the beginning of the month). Or maybe they’ve already joined so you now need to help them to launch their business and get qualified (date of launch party). Notes are especially important for keeping you on task so you don’t forget what needs to get done.
5. Avoid unnecessary tasks.
When you’re done writing your to-do list for the month /week / day, try to analyze the less important task(s) in terms of whether you really need to do it/them. Once that is done, then you may need to adjust your schedule for the day; finding you may need to allocate more time for a task on your list. Don’t waste time doing busy work that will not help you to achieve what really needs to get done.
6. Set realistic deadlines.
When you’re working on something and your deadline is month-end, set your own deadline ahead of that deadline to relieve any month-end stress of now trying to accomplish the task. However; set realistic deadlines. Don’t rush through them in order to finish early and have it not be done correctly.
Take everything one step at a time:
Don't set yourself up for failure.
Don’t overwhelm yourself.
7. Set a daily time-frame to work.
Mark out on your calendar in blocks of time that you can dedicate to completing each task. Try to block out chunks of time either 15 minutes, 30 minutes or 1 hour.
By dedicating 1 hour a day to your business you will begin to see a dramatic change in your business as well as the successes you will achieve.
8. Put away distractions.
Today there are a lot of things that can distract you from doing your work. These include camera phones, mobile devices, gadgets, the World Wide Web (especially Facebook and Twitter), and many more. How are you supposed to finish your work if you spend your time on these things?
Put away the things that distract you. Don’t check your inbox every minute; do that once you have finished the task at hand. Once you learn to pay less attention to these things, getting the job done will be much easier.
The key to productivity is good time management. Prioritizing is difficult but is also essential if you want to get things done. Aside from being more efficient and productive, it will also help you alleviate stress in your life. Learning how to prioritize is not an impossible task; you just have to determine what needs to be done and how much time you need to do it.
Join me this Wednesday night on our Monthly Training Call to learn more about “Balancing your business equally with Sales, Bookings and Sponsoring through VPs, Home Shows, Events and 1:1 sales.
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