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HOW TO SET GOALS IF YOU WANT TO SUCCEED IN YOUR NETWORK MARKETING COMPANY.
If you want to succeed in your network marketing company, here’s how to set your goals and exactly how to succeed in them.
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By now your question should be, “How do I set goals, and what to do to succeed in my network marketing company?”
Most people fail when it comes to setting goals.
And it’s easier to reach goals than it is to set them.
When a goal is properly set.
Then, it’s partially reached because it means you believe that you can and will reach it.
Goal setting and goal getting in network marketing involves the same procedure.
Whether the goal is to rank on the ladder of your network marketing company by the end of the year.
Or it’s making a 2million by the end of the year from your network marketing company.
I’m going to use a specific sales example in today’s post because the same process works on all of your goals.
As a salesperson, if you want to sell more effectively you must set your goals.
It’s helpful if you have acquired some experience with your present network marketing company.
Nevertheless, no matter what your experience is, you’re going to need some records to set a big but sensible goal.
To set an efficient goal, you need to have a starting point.
And records will help you establish that starting point.
Keeping records a few minutes per day for 30 days will enable you to get a true picture of your productivity, your work capacity and the effective use of your time.
You will discover that you will produce more the last 15 days than you did for the first 15 as a direct result of keeping records.
For this 30 day period, please be honest with yourself.
This is your life. This is your future and the record is for your eyes only.
What should you keep record of?
There are several steps to take to keep an adequate record.
Most people fail at their goals because they are NOT backed up by a strategy.
Keep a record of when you wake up, when you get up and get into a productive work.
Keep a record of personal time like the time spent on personal matters.
Keep a record of the time spent on demonstrations, calls for presentations, time spent in physical contact with the buyer and the sales volume you generate.
The first few days, this will be tough but it gets easier when it becomes habit and your production starts to climb.
By studying your past records, you can find your best day, best week, best month and best quarter.
Compare your best record with your new efficiency schedule.
You will probably see that you can take your best quarter and duplicate it only once and still have your best year.
Make your goal specific and in most cases bigger.
But remember, it’s better to revise a goal upward in a month than to have to dramatically reduce it.
More so, don’t bite off more than you can chew.
And to accomplish your goals, you will have to be organised.
Once you have set your goals.
You should list the obstacles, activities and the people you need to achieve the goal.
For instance, after you have listed your obstacles, you can formulate a plan to overcome them and set a time schedule.
As you overcome the obstacles on your way to the one goal.
The obstacles on the way to other goals will fall more easily.
Most importantly, if you want to reach your goal.
You must see the reaching in your own mind before you actually arrive at your goal.
IF YOU WANT TO BE ANYWHERE, LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE THAT HAVE BEEN THERE, AND DO WHAT THEY SAID TO YOU AND YOU WILL GET THERE.