Constantly remind your children that they are unlimited!

Remind your children constantly through your words. They are unlimited – that they can have anything, do anything, and be anything they want. 

Remind them to speak of what they want and to focus on that.  When they say they do not want something, ask them what they do want.  Always bring them back to what they want. 

Embrace each of your children as being unique individuals.  Rejoice in their freedom to express themselves. 

Allow them to think and learn their own lessons and know within yourself that everything is unfolding for them correctly.

Keep moving forward in this never-ending journey, helping them grow and prosper into being their own self.

Here are 6 reminders for setting, reviewing, and achieving Goals.

  1. Be positive, express goals positively.
  2. Set specific goals, set times, dates and deadlines.  This provides for measurement and knowing that progress is being made.
  3. Prioritize goals.  When working on several goals set a priority order.  Work on the most important and accomplish them, then work on the others.
  4. Write goals down.  Keep your goals in front of you as much as possible.  This may be one of the most important points to achieving goals.
  5. Figure out small achievable parts of goals to work on.  Working on and achieving smaller pieces of a goal gives a sense of accomplishment and forward movement to the overall goal.
  6.  Set goals that are realistic and can be accomplished.  Above all set your own goals and set time frames that you are able to accomplish.

In this new COVID world, we need to try and focus on keeping up with goals and personal progress. To err is human; to edit, divine.

I hope this and the next years are really your best yet!

Will you finish the year on goal?

Will you finish the year on goal?

Five months to go in 2021. Will you finish the year on goal?

Are your sales on plan? Will you meet or exceed goals or plans for 2021?

Reassess the remainder of the year.

Do you have a process and training to keep your sales or goals on Track? A consistent daily system and process produce results.

I have been working with companies wanting to increase sales, but they do not have a system or process to increase sales. Many companies add salespeople and hope for more sales.

I have worked with products that have taken several thousands of contacts to get responses. In other cases, companies had a better, more precise market of potential customers, and responses could be made with a lot less effort.

It still takes multiple contacts and nurturing to get buyers and consumers to feel comfortable buying.

Do you know your numbers? Do you know who your potential buyers are? Do you know how they think and consider buying?

How do you go about selling more of your products?

Contact me and let’s discuss.

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Are Your “GOALS” On Track For 2021? Here Are 5 Tips To Keep Moving Forward.

Some people have stopped working on their goals for the year 2021. 

Hopefully, you have made it easy to see your goals and review them for progress frequently.

Here are 5 tips to keep your goals moving for 2021:

  1. Make sure you have goals written down and easy to find.
  2. Look at your goals daily.
  3. Make time to work on your goals daily, even if you only spend a few minutes.
  4. If a goal seems too hard, revise it.  Look at smaller parts of each goal to work on.
  5. Never give up —!

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Do You Use A Sales Process That Ensure Goal Fulfillment? Would You Like An Easy To Use Process?

If you do not have a sales process, how do you measure your daily progress toward your goals?

I have used a process a cookbook for many, many years.  I first started in business to business selling in the early 1980's.  I was confounded by the lack of information available on selling that would ensure follow through and success.

I learned early on that if I did not track daily behavior I was not going to have daily direction and not really know what to do next, to achieve my goals.  I set up a handwritten notebook system of all potential and actual customers.  I tracked who I called daily and set up a follow-up date depending on the wishes of the customer.  Some people wanted weekly contact, some wanted monthly and some wanted longer periods.  There were even some who were not interested nor in need of my products — They told me to never contact them again.

For my career and the careers of sales people who have worked with and for me I developed a daily behavior system and attached a simple point system for tracking success. 

All salespeople can modify the system for their own sales style.  However, many good salespeople have adopted this system and figured out exactly how to do daily behaviors and make exactly the income they desire.  

The system for selling products usually with order size of $1,000 – $75,000 consisted of seeing face-to-face (Belly selling) 200 prospects per year.  Making 2,400 meaningful telephone contacts and making 1,200 other contacts – Email, Txt, Fax, Brochure, Etc.  If Sales people did these behaviors daily and accumulated 6,000 points per year they were virtually assured of selling $3,000,000 worth of product for the company and ensuring an exact income base + Commission.

Of course, this is overly simplified but, the salespeople wanting to earn more could calculate their points needed per day, per month and ensure a better income for the year.  

What is your system?  I am writing this system to an eBook and planning a forum or group to meet weekly for accountability and discussion. 

Are you interested?  Let me know if you want on the wait list.

Happy Father’s Day! Hope y’all had a good one!

Wishing all Dads and non-Dads a great day!  Having a good holiday FATHER’S DAY is uplifting. 

Condolences to those who have lost their father too early in life.  My dad passed way to early, September 1981.  He was a World War 2 veteran. 

We all need keep the absent fathers in our thoughts and prayers.

I am getting a day of golf with my sons-in-law and a close friend who is like a son.

The DFW area is having an early summer heat wave, looking forward to a great dinner later this afternoon.

Happy Father’s Day!